EAU CLAIRE, Wis., April 3, 2013
Blugold Radio (5-6 p.m.) with Rachel Vick will feature the first installment of a four-week series on service organizations, in honor of the Global Month of Service. This week’s program will feature interviews with members of the UW-Eau Claire Circle K, field reporting with special reporter Raina Beutel, and the final installment of the ongoing segment with former host Jessica Sharpee.
Circle K International is an organization promoting service, leadership, and fellowship.
In Sharpee’s final segment, she will share some of her favorite experiences from her study abroad program in Winchester, England.
Local Independence (6-8 p.m.) with Rachel Minske will feature an in-studio performance and interview with the band The Art of Abstract.
Martha Landry will report on the renovation of a 1930s school bus taking place at Fast Freddies Rod Shop.
Reporters at WUEC News (5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 7 p.m.) will be covering a variety of topics from the UW-Eau Claire campus and Eau Claire community.
Koreen Greenhow will share a profile story on Karen’s Photography.
Slade Tranel will cover the results of the Eau Claire City Council and the Eau Claire School Board elections, focusing on winners Chue Xiong and Michael Moua Xiong. Chue Xiong is the first Hmong candidate to win a seat on the School Board. Michael Moua Xiong will have a seat on the City Council.
I-May Choo will discuss the new degree audits at UW-Eau Claire. Choo will cover the changes that were made from the previous degree audits.
Glen Olson will report on the City Council’s younger members. Olson will explore whether younger members bring a new point of view to the group and what the pros and cons are for younger members.
Hannah Weikel will cover the U.S. Army’s overturned proposal to discontinue helping student veterans with tuition.
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