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New School: Arts & Culture
8 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
Far More Than Art Imitates Life
Fiction plays an important part in most people's everyday lives. Producer Sheyda Parnianpour was inspired by the Oscar Wilde quote 'Life imitates art far more than art imitates life' to explore the role of fiction in the lives of three millennials.
8 minutes | Jun 25, 2021
Radio date is a short feature documenting the eclectic, isolating, and humorous experience of Black, queer, nonbinary dating during the CO-VID 19 pandemic. It's meant to reveal my newly acquired light but strange virtual dating life to address the macro phenomenon of Black, queer and trans folk in a digital dating space.
7 minutes | Jun 25, 2021
Mother and Daughter
Mother and Daughter is a radio feature by Andy Hartman where she details her gender transition and relates it to her mother's experiences with pregnancy and breast cancer. Produced by Marley Collins and Sarah Montague. Featuring music by Siddhartha Corsus.
5 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
Mexican Cuisine: Assimilating into America
Common understanding of Mexican food is far from its authentic actuality. Traditional dishes from south of the border have become appropriated by white restaurateurs and immigrants alike to turn a profit; Mexican cuisine and the culture itself has shifted in order to remain palatable for the US consumer.Produced by: Paul Chevallier, Abigail Connolly, Emily Dosal, David Moore, Heather Wiley
9 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
Produced by Jack Irwin, Ariana Martinez, Xander Nazon, and Violet Heppler
6 minutes | May 7, 2021
Mothers at Work: A Reluctant Rehiring
Just in time for Mother's Day, we examine an employment bias against mothers who have taken time off to care for their children. Although the return to the workforce is not easy, many mothers still choose to be with their children in the early years and go back to work once their kids are all grown up. Produced by Paul Chevalier.
7 minutes | Feb 11, 2021
Mean Girls and Its Impact
10 minutes | Jan 26, 2021
As we’ve spent more and more time at home, the user base of apps like Tiktok has grown dramatically. We explored the impact that this highly accessible dance platform is having on the dance community. Produced by Kaiya Lightner, Lu Mejia, Charlotte Damson, Mitch Kelly
17 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
An Interview With: Daisy Garcia - Hobbies and Careers
8 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
Social Awkwardness: It’s Not Just You!
As many people are interacting with less people, social awkwardness has been normalized. Students and essential workers share their socially awkward situations. Produced by Helen Chappell, Monica Sinaloa, Amanda Deskavich, Ruby Seiwert, Marisa Reif, Monica Sinaloa, and Lexi Lane.
9 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
Producing Art During Covid
Numerous communities have seen themselves affected creatively and professionally by the Covid-19 pandemic and the social distancing restrictions that have been established. Artists and creatives from different fields share how their practices have changed to adapt to the “new normal.”
4 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
Preserving & Pickling: The Lower East Side
Pickles and cultural preservation happenings on the Lower East Side. Reported, Produced, & Mixed by Adina Karp
12 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
Overlooked and Under Documented: Examining Diversity Initiatives Within Obituaries and Archives
Diversity in representation after death can be found in both obituaries and archives, but it's not something that happens overnight, and it is not something that happens on it’s own. If death as an act is the only thing that transcends all else, then studying its representation in our society and who we choose to remember could be helpful to understanding our country’s long suppression of diversity. I reached out to an obituaries writer at The New York Times and an archive librarian at University of Santa Barbara’s Special Collection Library to learn about the diversity initiatives these two institutions have taken on.
11 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
Street Harassment in NYC
Street Harassment in NYC by WNSR contributors
5 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
Almost Lost Abroad
Traveling around Europe with your two best friends can be fun, if you know what you're doing. This is a story about the time I almost got lost in Italy four times.
6 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
Female Voices in Film
A young woman attempting to find her place and voice in the film industry.
12 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
Overlooked & Under Documented
Examining diversity initiatives within archives and obituaries.
7 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
The Good Friday Pilgrimage: Episode 1
57 Years after the Good Friday Experiment gave 20 christian college students the mystical experience of their lives, one professor decides to pay homage to the site, as a place of sacred and religious significance. Special thanks to Christopher "Doc" Kelley Additional audio provided by: MAPS, from Psychedelic Science Conference, 2013
11 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
The Good Friday Pilgrimage: Episode 2
22 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
CRIMINAL HAIR by WNSR contributors
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