Friday, October 19, 2012
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your thoughts about the comedy, or lack there of.
Tune in later for Taylor's play-by-play of the show and students' reactions!
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Taylor Johnson finds out why scooters are so popular and what the state of Maryland is doing to regulate them.
Ian Bell talks with The Lives to Come about their attempts to become a household name.
Brett Hall asks the journalism dean why the school changed the location of their annual conference.
Jasmine Cruz profiles one young woman who uses her fire and passion to teach hip hop dance classes in between studying. WMUC News.
Anastasia Champ reports from Baltimore about the latest project to help fight poverty. WMUC News.
Maggie Bartolomeo uncovers the availability and trend of organic foods on campus. WMUC News.
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Somewhat Superhero is a band out of Rockville, Md that comprise of 4 band members. They are a well accredited punk-rock band that has played in such venues as 9:30 Club and Recher Theatre. Check out their facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/SomewhatSuperhero to find out more about them as well as listen to more music.
Reporter Katie Ghardi tells the tragic tale of Torrey Smith's brother, and what Smith did to honor him.
Reporter Scott Jones lets University of Maryland students know about some of the most unknown effects from Exercising.