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My Checkbox Identity Crisis by Jasmine
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May 27, 2015 01:57 PM PDT
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The Philadelphia Student Union's On Blast team is honored to feature guest work from GW Radio, produced by PASS Program (Preparing for, Attaining, & Sustaining Success) at George Washington High School and JEVS Human Services (with support from Yowei Shaw & The School of Rock). Up with youth media for all!

GW Radio is an original mini-podcast series produced by seniors at George Washington High School. After identifying many possible issues through a community mapping exercise, students chose the topic of education for their series because they all have a lot to say about what they want in their schools. Students engaged in a story-storming process to identify their own stories as well as other stories that they would like to feature. In small groups, they planned, recorded, and edited eight episodes exploring various aspects of their educational experiences in Philadelphia. Throughout this series, you will hear students share stories that express both positive interactions in school as well as injustices that they demand be made right. As you tune in to GW Radio, we hope that you are inspired by the strength and vision of students in Philadelphia and challenged to take action to improve our schools.

Original soundtrack ​introduction: Alen

In Your Eyes, Athletics; In My Eyes, Home by Andrea
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May 27, 2015 01:54 PM PDT
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The Philadelphia Student Union's On Blast team is honored to feature guest work from GW Radio, produced by PASS Program (Preparing for, Attaining, & Sustaining Success) at George Washington High School and JEVS Human Services (with support from Yowei Shaw & The School of Rock). Up with youth media for all!

GW Radio is an original mini-podcast series produced by seniors at George Washington High School. After identifying many possible issues through a community mapping exercise, students chose the topic of education for their series because they all have a lot to say about what they want in their schools.  Students engaged in a story-storming process to identify their own stories as well as other stories that they would like to feature. In small groups, they planned, recorded, and edited eight episodes exploring various aspects of their educational experiences in Philadelphia. Throughout this series, you will hear students share stories that express both positive interactions in school as well as injustices that they demand be made right. As you tune in to GW Radio, we hope that you are inspired by the strength and vision of students in Philadelphia and challenged to take action to improve our schools.

Original soundtrack ​introduction: Alen

The Library Crisis by Alina, Alen, and Carl
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May 26, 2015 12:09 PM PDT
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The Philadelphia Student Union's On Blast team is honored to feature guest work from GW Radio, produced by PASS Program (Preparing for, Attaining, & Sustaining Success) at George Washington High School and JEVS Human Services (with support from Yowei Shaw & The School of Rock). Up with youth media for all!

GW Radio is an original mini-podcast series produced by seniors at George Washington High School. After identifying many possible issues through a community mapping exercise, students chose the topic of education for their series because they all have a lot to say about what they want in their schools.  Students engaged in a story-storming process to identify their own stories as well as other stories that they would like to feature. In small groups, they planned, recorded, and edited eight episodes exploring various aspects of their educational experiences in Philadelphia. Throughout this series, you will hear students share stories that express both positive interactions in school as well as injustices that they demand be made right. As you tune in to GW Radio, we hope that you are inspired by the strength and vision of students in Philadelphia and challenged to take action to improve our schools.

Original soundtrack ​introduction: Alen

Pregnant Teens & the ELECT Program by Kiana  
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May 26, 2015 12:04 PM PDT
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The Philadelphia Student Union's On Blast team is honored to feature guest work from GW Radio, produced by PASS Program (Preparing for, Attaining, & Sustaining Success) at George Washington High School and JEVS Human Services (with support from Yowei Shaw & The School of Rock). Up with youth media for all!

GW Radio is an original mini-podcast series produced by seniors at George Washington High School. After identifying many possible issues through a community mapping exercise, students chose the topic of education for their series because they all have a lot to say about what they want in their schools.  Students engaged in a story-storming process to identify their own stories as well as other stories that they would like to feature. In small groups, they planned, recorded, and edited eight episodes exploring various aspects of their educational experiences in Philadelphia. Throughout this series, you will hear students share stories that express both positive interactions in school as well as injustices that they demand be made right. As you tune in to GW Radio, we hope that you are inspired by the strength and vision of students in Philadelphia and challenged to take action to improve our schools.

Original soundtrack ​introduction: Alen

Public vs Private Schools by Sabria, Jasmine and Annaelle
Clean
May 26, 2015 11:59 AM PDT
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The Philadelphia Student Union's On Blast team is honored to feature guest work from GW Radio, produced by PASS Program (Preparing for, Attaining, & Sustaining Success) at George Washington High School and JEVS Human Services (with support from Yowei Shaw & The School of Rock). Up with youth media for all!

GW Radio is an original mini-podcast series produced by seniors at George Washington High School. After identifying many possible issues through a community mapping exercise, students chose the topic of education for their series because they all have a lot to say about what they want in their schools.  Students engaged in a story-storming process to identify their own stories as well as other stories that they would like to feature. In small groups, they planned, recorded, and edited eight episodes exploring various aspects of their educational experiences in Philadelphia. Throughout this series, you will hear students share stories that express both positive interactions in school as well as injustices that they demand be made right. As you tune in to GW Radio, we hope that you are inspired by the strength and vision of students in Philadelphia and challenged to take action to improve our schools.

Original soundtrack ​introduction: Alen

Motivation: What Keeps Us Coming to School by Jon, Mostafa, and Mohammed
Clean
May 26, 2015 11:52 AM PDT
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The Philadelphia Student Union's On Blast team is honored to feature guest work from GW Radio, produced by PASS Program (Preparing for, Attaining, & Sustaining Success) at George Washington High School and JEVS Human Services (with support from Yowei Shaw & The School of Rock). Up with youth media for all!

GW Radio is an original mini-podcast series produced by seniors at George Washington High School. After identifying many possible issues through a community mapping exercise, students chose the topic of education for their series because they all have a lot to say about what they want in their schools.  Students engaged in a story-storming process to identify their own stories as well as other stories that they would like to feature. In small groups, they planned, recorded, and edited eight episodes exploring various aspects of their educational experiences in Philadelphia. Throughout this series, you will hear students share stories that express both positive interactions in school as well as injustices that they demand be made right. As you tune in to GW Radio, we hope that you are inspired by the strength and vision of students in Philadelphia and challenged to take action to improve our schools.

Original soundtrack ​introduction: Alen

Coming to America: Immigrant Student Stories by Annaelle, Helda, Krina, Maria 
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May 26, 2015 11:44 AM PDT
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The Philadelphia Student Union's On Blast team is honored to feature guest work from GW Radio, produced by PASS Program (Preparing for, Attaining, & Sustaining Success) at George Washington High School and JEVS Human Services (with support from Yowei Shaw & The School of Rock). Up with youth media for all!

Editing support team: Piao, Yifan, Sahal, and Bhargav

GW Radio is an original mini-podcast series produced by seniors at George Washington High School. After identifying many possible issues through a community mapping exercise, students chose the topic of education for their series because they all have a lot to say about what they want in their schools.  Students engaged in a story-storming process to identify their own stories as well as other stories that they would like to feature. In small groups, they planned, recorded, and edited eight episodes exploring various aspects of their educational experiences in Philadelphia. Throughout this series, you will hear students share stories that express both positive interactions in school as well as injustices that they demand be made right. As you tune in to GW Radio, we hope that you are inspired by the strength and vision of students in Philadelphia and challenged to take action to improve our schools.

Original soundtrack ​introduction: Alen

Budget Cuts Impact Teacher-Student Relationships by Yasmyn
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May 26, 2015 11:41 AM PDT
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The Philadelphia Student Union's On Blast team is honored to feature guest work from GW Radio, produced by PASS Program (Preparing for, Attaining, & Sustaining Success) at George Washington High School and JEVS Human Services (with support from Yowei Shaw & The School of Rock). Up with youth media for all!

GW Radio is an original mini-podcast series produced by seniors at George Washington High School. After identifying many possible issues through a community mapping exercise, students chose the topic of education for their series because they all have a lot to say about what they want in their schools.  Students engaged in a story-storming process to identify their own stories as well as other stories that they would like to feature. In small groups, they planned, recorded, and edited eight episodes exploring various aspects of their educational experiences in Philadelphia. Throughout this series, you will hear students share stories that express both positive interactions in school as well as injustices that they demand be made right. As you tune in to GW Radio, we hope that you are inspired by the strength and vision of students in Philadelphia and challenged to take action to improve our schools.

Original soundtrack ​introduction: Alen

A Student Analysis of Standardized Testing
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March 25, 2015 07:16 AM PDT
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In the fall of 2014, PSU member and On Blast producer, Mahala Papadopoulos set out to learn more about high stakes standardized testing in the School District of Philadelphia. Through an analysis of student perspectives, the profitable business of testing and the growing Opt Out Movement, Mahala gets deep into the unresolved issues of high stakes standardized testing.

Bad Communication & Broken Friendships
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March 24, 2015 09:51 AM PDT
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PSU members perform a radio theater piece to show the ways that bad communication can break apart friendships.

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