Excessive College Finalists
By: Jonetta Harrison, Makiyah Hicks, Quin Wells
Submitted By: Thom Woodward, Duke Ellington College of The Arts
A far too acquainted story of violence and devastation, gun violence is an ongoing epidemic in lots of communities round the USA. Three TDP college students, Jonetta Harrison, Makiyah Hick, and Quin Wells spoke with three household surviving members of victims of this gun violence.
The end result, their self-produced podcast about “Loss and Transformation.”
Music by Elijah Woodward
By: Christian Gobo, Anna Rubenstein
Submitted by: Glenn Allison, West Windsor-Plainsboro Excessive College South
When the Teng household moved from China to West Windsor, New Jersey, they hoped to start a protected and peaceable chapter of their lives. However on December 1st, 2020, a van stuffed with offended protesters arrived at their home, shouting accusations that the daddy was a spy working for the Communist Get together in China. For 37 days, the protests continued, however the Tengs did not face them alone.
On this podcast, West Windsor-Plainsboro Excessive College South college students Christian Gobo and Anna Rubenstein discover the group’s response to the controversy.
By: Elizabeth Burns, Sophia Conner, Addie-Grace Prepare dinner, Avery Goodale, Madeline Hurst, Brooklyn Moore, Pete Peterson, Liam Quan, Alexander Roberts, Daniel Sobel, Abby Suber, Ellie Tanner, Adelaide Wooden, Adair Wooden
Submitted By: Julie Firetag, Heathwood Corridor Episcopal College
A narrative of corruption, racism, homicide, and the struggle for freedom of the press. A politician shoots a newspaper editor in broad daylight in Columbia, South Carolina, over 100 years in the past. The story has been largely forgotten but it’s eerily tied to our political local weather at this time. A historian, two native journalists, a well-known South Carolina prosecutor, and the nice nephew of the sufferer assist us inform this misplaced story.
By: Isadora Millay, Anya Moore, Mason Decker, Kena Robertshaw, Izzy Cantu, Amelie Dimitre, Amelie Duetz, Mirandah Davis-Powell, Ella Gibbs, Sophia Varley, Zia Brandstetter, Tate Oliva
Submitted by: Shane Abrams, Ashland Excessive College
Ashland, Oregon, is house to the Oregon Shakespeare Pageant, an internationally acclaimed, practically year-round theater that phases each Shakespeare and new works. Our city’s financial system, range, and establishments are symbiotically intertwined with the Pageant, so the pandemic was extra than simply an interruption to performances; it was an existential disaster, a “To be or to not be?” Ashlanders rely on the reply, and we surprise simply how our city will remodel as OSF reimagines itself to outlive the turmoil.
By: Kriti Sarav
Submitted by: Menaka Sarav, College of Chicago Laboratory Colleges
My podcast submission is my private narrative on rising up Indian in a world full of various cultures, ethnicities and backgrounds. I discuss concerning the wrestle I’ve skilled attempting to be ‘regular’ on this world, being respectful of my tradition and accepting of different cultures, and most significantly being variety to myself it doesn’t matter what color my pores and skin is, what faith I observe or what meals I eat. The interior battle I expertise day by day due to my societal identifiers, and the story I reside, is one thousands and thousands of American’s face to today, and I hope different teenagers can hearken to my story and know they don’t seem to be the one ones fighting their identities.
By: Troy Menzies
Submitted by: Ross Hecht, Allentown Excessive College
The narrator and producer of this podcast, Troy M, a Senior at Allentown Excessive College in New Jersey, presents the listener with the challenges highschool band college students have encountered by way of the pandemic. His podcast, additionally an entry into the NPR Scholar Podcast Problem, gives perception to how music college students are adapting and overcoming.
By: Cecilia Mazzocco
Submitted by: Kelley Kreiger, Bellefonte Space Excessive College
A small, rural, Pennsylvanian group finds itself in turmoil within the midst of the presidential election. Calls of racism and cultural appropriation of the college’s nickname “the crimson raiders” are on the heart of this controversy.
By: Arturo Taquechel
Submitted by: Cristina Carbonell, Someset Academy Constitution Excessive
The short-length podcast discusses the worth of experimental music as a style in addition to explaining the idea of experimentalism in music as a complete. Examples are given as to what constitutes the weather of experimental music by way of sound and examples of bands and songs. Additional elaboration into what makes experimental music worthwhile is described because the alteration of musical conventions to create a sound as new and daring as it’s nice to hearken to. The splicing of devices in genres sometimes not identified for the sound produced or the usage of one thing as unorthodox as destroying workplace paper are parts that make up the DNA of experimentalism in music, all that and extra is what ought to make experimental music on the very least intriguing to the listener.
By: Julian Fausto, Eric Guadarrama
Submitted by: Mark Sujak, J. Sterling Morton East Excessive College
My co host and I might be discussing the subject of teenagers and ink. Please test it out. We are going to point out the nice and the unhealthy of teenagers getting a tattoo, but in addition private experiences.
By: Astrid Johnson
Submitted by: Angela Balcita, Adele Dinerstein, The Park College of Baltimore
What’s the nicest factor anybody has ever mentioned to you? What’s one thing that you simply used to consider as a child, and now know isn’t true? These are a few of the questions on this interview between sisters who have been introduced collectively by the pandemic. Mirror on the questions your self and get recommendation from a 9 yr previous. Comply with together with Astrid (16 yrs) and Zouri (9 yrs), and see the dynamic of their supportive and hopeful dialogue by way of giggles and empathy in the direction of each other.
By: Kaylee King, Ethan Lincoln, Jamin Crow
Submitted by: Patrick Williams, Bethel Regional Excessive College
COVID-19 has modified college within the YK Delta, giving college students extra time to observe subsistence.
By: Syndey Finkelstein, Cecilia Demolli, Florencia Feoli, Madeline DeJohn, Xantine Agar, Rhea Basile-Maslow
Submitted by: David Weintraub, Newton South Excessive College
The podcasters discover the connection between consuming issues and their roots on social media, with an emphasis on “What I Eat In A Day” posts. Anchored by searing interviews with younger ladies who’ve struggled with consuming issues, the podcast tells a harrowing however enlightening story each previous and new.
By: Juan Munoz
Submitted by: Mark Sujak, J. Sterling Morton East Excessive College
This episode of the podcast is my very own reflection about nostalgia and the belief of how vastly completely different each individual’s childhood was rising up. I am going into certainly one of my very own experiences as a toddler as an example that time.
By: Larami Azure, Laylony Bell, Tru Coulston, Erin Elk, Kaya Friday, Kyler Mann, LaDainain Mason, Shatoni Shoyo, Leonardean Standing Rock, Kaylee Solar Goes Sluggish, Shylee Tillman
Submitted by: Charleigh Wolfe, Fort Washakie Excessive College
College students of Fort Washakie Excessive College in Fort Washakie, Wyoming element their experiences with residing on the Wind River Indian Reservation in the course of the Covid-19 Pandemic. They recount the hardships, the methods their group took care of its members, and the explanations they discovered for gratitude and hope.
By: Cyra Paladini
Submitted by: Amy Pozza, Foundation San Antonio Shavano Campus
On February 14th, 2021, an uncharacteristic winter storm devastated the Texan infrastructure. San Antonio pupil Cyra Paladini paperwork her expertise in the course of the week lengthy energy and water outages. She discusses their trigger, and why per week of snow males and rare showers could bear a extra ominous message for the planet.
Center College Finalists
By: Allegra Durst
Submitted by: Kimberly Trotto, Clearwater Basic Center College
I am Allegra , an eighth grader at Clearwater Basic Center College. This podcast, loosely primarily based on Stardew Valley, is about Annie, a woman who not too long ago moved from town to a small city. Sadly, all of her neighbors suppose she’s loopy! They make absurd assumptions that will appear crazier than Annie herself! So press play and hear as all of your troubles fade into laughs! Take pleasure in!
By: Massiel Acosta, Ethan Hadarits, Addison Martin, Natalie Manner, Joseph Baker, Arden Harrington, Christian Guitierrez, Ryan Lopez, Maddox Robinson
Submitted by: Cindy Robinson, Canton Homeschool Assets & The Haven Academy
The seventh grade college students at Canton Homeschool Assets & The Haven Academy have created their very own podcast referred to as The Reasonable Lifetime of Future Adults. It’s created by future adults, for future adults. We created this podcast for the NPR Scholar Podcast Problem.
By: Brennan Williams, Braeden Collett, Bo Porter, Dominique Jann, Charlotte Harris, Preston Trout
Submitted By: Brad Becker, Sayre Center College
Seventh graders, Braeden Collett, Brennan Williams, Bo Porter and Dominique Jann explored the varied issues that get performed behind the scenes to make the campus run easily so we will do what we have to do on daily basis. Who does these items ? Our plan earlier than the pandemic was to make this right into a sequence referred to as WhoDunnit ? Our subsequent podcast on this sequence might be concerning the meals service employees!
By: Lucille Bornand
Submitted by: Kimberly Goodman, Richland Avenue Elementary
Slugs are underrated.Most individuals suppose that they’re simply lazy backyard pests. Lucille explains why slugs ought to get extra respect. Slugs can train us rather a lot if we take a more in-depth have a look at them. She exhibits how the little issues in life-like slugs–can change our on a regular basis pandemic life for the higher.
By: Rebecca Zubarev-Foxworth
Submitted by: Casey Midkiff, Younger Writers Institute
Historical past can generally be a nap, cannot it? And do not celebrities appear one way or the other higher or completely different than us? On this podcast, your host Becca takes these two widespread concepts and turns them on their head by telling you concerning the time King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of England visited the US in 1939 and had a sizzling canine occasion. Should you like-or even don’t love, for that matter-short, attention-grabbing(not boring)moments in historical past, this podcast is unquestionably for you.
By: Naomi Burum
Submitted by: Tracy Riggs, Cedar Bluff Center College
Be a part of Naomi as she explores gender inequality and the way it results males, ladies, and those that are non-gendered.
By: Jennifer Tune
Submitted by: Maysan Haydar, Birchwood College of Hawken
Birchwood College of Hawken eighth grader Jennifer Tune describes the evolving and inconsistent requirements of what society labels “lovely” or “excellent” and the way that impacts how women consider themselves.
By: Madison Saltz
Submitted by: Hayley Tepper, A.E. Wright Center College
Exploring the significance of balancing negativity and positivity, we’ll undergo a sequence of lighthearted interviews and explanations for a healthful, academic seven minutes.
By: Julia Anchin, Joseph Borella, Charlotte Manasse, Hannah Manasse
Submitted by: Kathleen Fox, Seely Place College
Issues we might like to vary on the earth…
College students wished to speak about societal ills within the type of college surroundings and the way, beginning small and at college, they may make a distinction and be extra welcoming and inclusive.
By: Gabriella Tarpey, Guinevere Treadwell, Maya Harrison, Sadie Horowitz, Josephine Strouk, Oliver Bettinelli
Submitted by: Robert Adanto, Brentwood College
On the Frontlines is a center college podcast produced by Eagle Hour college students, that includes interviews with Dr. Laurie Naito, Pediatrician and Emergency Medical Doctor in Los Angeles, and Dr. Jaqueline Montoya, a Crucial Care Doctor in Miami, Florida. Each medical doctors have been combating the Covid-19 pandemic since its onset.
By: Ellis Stephens
Submitted by: Amanda Triplett, Dalton Center College
In his podcast, eighth grader Ellis Stephens explores age, too younger for this or too previous for that. Is there an ideal age?
By: Andrea Marsh
Submitted by: Amanda Triplett, Dalton Center College
A seventh grader examines what it means to be black in 2021, from a number of views, connecting historical past to current.