Youth Voices Stories

Check out Youth Radio's monthly feature "Book Talk" (Casey Flaser/Flickr)

Book Talk: Guilty Pleasures

Do you have a book that you love to read, but that you feel sort of guilty sharing about?


Members of the band R5 (Justin Higuchi/Flickr)

Youth Radio Project discusses the band R5

Courtney Clyde and Haylie Anderson of WTIP's Youth Radio Project are two BIG fans of the band R5.


Youth Radio Project previews upcoming basketball season in this feature (acid pix/Flickr)

2013-14 Cook County Basketball Season

It's another year of basketball for Cook County High School athletes.


Czarina shares another original poem with us in this feature (TempusVolat/Flickr)

From the Couch to the Kitchen

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Czarina Crow is a WTIP Youth Radio Project producer, high school student and poet. In this feature, she shares a poem about family and loneliness.


Daniel Ditmanson

Teacher Feature: Daniel Ditmanson

Daniel Ditmanson is a Reading Corps volunteer at Sawtooth Mountain Elementary.


Cailan & Collin (Photo by Bjorn Johnson)

Youth Radio Project: Love, Long-distance

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It's something a lot of young couples face when they graduate from high school. Should they split up as they go off to new adventures?


Part of the CCHS Cross Country Team

Sean MacDonell interviews Cross County coach April Wahlstrom

The Cook County Cross Country team is wrapping up their 2013 season this month.


Jack o' lanterns are a sure sign that Halloween is approaching (Jose Luis Murillo/Flickr)

Youth Take: Halloween

Halloween is just around the corner, so youth producer Molly Seitsema took to the halls of Cook County Schools to ask students a few questions. What are you planning on dressing up as this year?


Sean shares some of the movies to see -or not- this month (Roey Ahram/Flickr)

Sean's Movie Rundown: The October Edition

There are a lot of movies out in theaters right now, but which ones are worth seeing?


Siberian Peashurb (pverdonk/Flickr)

Sounds from science class: Ridding the school of Siberian Peashrub

During the month of October, the 10th graders at Cook County High School have been busy learning about invasive species, including one that grows right behind the school: Siberian Peashrub.