EAU CLAIRE, Wis., May 1, 2013
This week’s broadcast will be a re-airing of the material that was lost week due to technical difficulties, in addition to some new material.
Blugold Radio with Rachel Vick will feature the final 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 Best Buddies and Student Philanthropy Organization, and an in-studio performance with Tyra Guldseth and Ali Farmer.
Local Independence with Rachel Minske will feature interviews with Eau Claire rockers The Frenettes and Don Mowry of Clear Vision Eau Claire.
Reporter Martha Landry will have stories on UW-Eau Claire’s Sustainability Fashion Show and the recent performance by experimental indie rock group Cloud Cult.
Reporters at WUEC News will be covering a variety of topics from the UW-Eau Claire campus and Eau Claire community.
Tiffany Coggins will report on fish stocking and how the Department of Natural Resources prepares for the fishing opener. The department’s preparations were hindered this year due to ice.
Coggins will also report on the Hmong Studies Initiative, the project of a committee of UW-Eau Claire faculty and students. The committee will work to implement more coursework on Hmong history as well as start a Hmong resource center.
Rebecca Olson will take a look back at April’s Hmong Heritage Month and the events that took place.
Glen Olson will look back on the historical highs and flooding of the Chippewa River.
Olson will also report on the Farmers to Workers program, which helps provide fresh farmed food to city workers.
Hannah Weikel will report on UW-Eau Claire’s most recent theatre performance, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Weikel will focus on concerns about the performers receiving only one credit for the production.
Shelli Adamczyk will discuss a new bill that would prohibit an employer, school, or other institution to ask people to disclose their social media passwords.
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