RKR Edition #33 (Air date: December 4, 2012)

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Road Kill Radio Show 33
In this edition of Road Kill Radio:
  • Student reactions to the 2012 Election
  • Report on the ECA Jazz/Dance collaboration
  • Creative writing -- flash fiction and Hip Hop verse
  • Focus on teen profiling and pat-downs in New Haven
Special features: Radio class students react to the re-election of President Obama; ECA Jazz and Dance students discuss an exciting artistic collaboration; Jasmine Calhoun reads her flash fiction piece, "America"; and Davon Edwards spits a new Hip Hop verse; Road Kill producers share their first-hand accounts of being profiled and searched, then interview a New Haven policeman about stop-and-frisk policy in New Haven.

Special Thanks to the CT Commission on Culture and Tourism and the ACES Foundation for their support!


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RKR Edition #32 (Airdate: July 3, 2012)

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In this edition of Road Kill Radio:

  • Odd-ball pet stories
  • Three award-winning poems
  • Exposed: Underground Boxing
  • Interview with a youth organizer
  • 7-word memoirs
  • Oral Journal Sampler
  • Roundtable: President Obama's position on Gay marriage
Special features: Two droll accounts about pet antics; ECA writing major Max Moran reads three award-winning poems; a first-hand account about the world of 'underground boxing'; an interview with David White (aka D-White), a New Haven-based youth organizer who is making a difference with urban high school students; a sampling of after-hours monologues by three ECA students; and a group discussion about President Obama's change of heart about gay marriage.

Special Thanks to the CT Commission on Culture and Tourism and the ACES Foundation for their support!


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RKR Edition #31 (Airdate: May 1, 2012)

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In this edition of Road Kill Radio:

  • High School Confidential
  • Interview with a Hip Hop Poet
  • Street interviews
  • Interview: Students Teaching about Responsible Sexuality
  • 7-word memoirs
  • Satire: How cool are your parents?
  • Personal essay: My Tiger Mother
  • Student discussion: Racial profiling and Trayvon Martin

Special features: Three students provide an inside look at their high school culture; Davon Edwards talks about the process of making Hip Hop poetry; opinions on the election and women's rights from the streets of New Haven; an interview with Jourdan Hovendick about STARS; a satire on the curse of having cool parents; Emily Watzl's heartfelt essay about her Tiger Mother; and a round table discussion about the Trayvon Martin killing.

Special Thanks to the CT Commission on Culture and Tourism and the ACES Foundation for their support!

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RKR Edition #30 (Airdate: March 6, 2012)

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In this edition of Road Kill Radio:
  • High School Confidential
  • Street interviews
  • My Life out of Orbit: a personal story
  • Youth musical preferences
  • Creative writing
  • Interview with a photography student
  • Round table discussion: Religion
Special features: Real life stories from the halls and class rooms of our local schools; the view from the streets of New Haven on topics from the whimsical to the political; Makaela Duran Crelin tells a story from one night when she found herself 'out of orbit'; six high school students share their musical preferences; a moving memoir from Writing Major Esme Douglas; Kevin Wandelear gets deep about his study and work as a photographer; and a discussion about the role and importance of religion in our lives and our politics.

Special Thanks to the CT Commission on Culture and Tourism and the ACES Foundation for their support!

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RKR Edition #29 (Air Date: December 6, 2011)

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In this edition of Road Kill Radio:
  • 7-Word Memoirs
  • A visit to Occupy New Haven
  • Arts topic: Improvisation
  • Creative writing by a dance major
  • Guest interview: Victoria Christgau talks about non-violence principals and practice
 Special features: more deep, wacky, edgy 7-word memoirs; the radio class walks to the New Haven Green to check out Occupy New Haven; a discussion about improvisation in different art forms, including an awesome piano performance by Paul Roeller; a dance major shares an excellent poem; and an interview with Victoria Christgau, a certified non-violence teacher.


Special Thanks to the CT Commission on Culture and Tourism and the ACES Foundation for their support!

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RKR Edition #28 (Air Date: June 25, 2011)

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In this edition of Road Kill Radio:
  • Teachers as Teens
  • Street Interviews
  • Creative Writing
  • Spot Light: The Studio Jams Project
  • High School Confidential
  • 7-Word Memoirs
 Special features: Our ECA teachers and staff share their career plans as teenagers; street-level opinion on the death penalty and e-books; a short story about a teen-age girl written by a teen-age boy; an interview with artists and administrators involved in the Studio Jams Project; more youth commentary with High School Confidential; and a brand new batch of 7-word memoirs.

Special Thanks to the CT Commission on Culture and Tourism and the ACES Foundation for their support!

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RKR Edition #27 (Air Date: April 23, 2011)

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In this edition of Road Kill Radio:
  • Creative Writing
  • Spot light: National Youth Film Contest
  • Street Interviews
  • Hip Hop Theater: The Education Project
  • Interview: Diane Orson, National Public Radio
  • High School Confidential
Special features: a humorous poem about the noble Lobster by ECA Writing major, Story Ponvert; a report on a national youth film competition by Alyssa Eilbott; street interviews on hot button issues; an interview with students involved in The Education Project Hip Hop Theater piece; an interview with NPR producer and reporter, Diane Orson; and another inside look at our local school culture with High School Confidential.

Special Thanks to the CT Commission on Culture and Tourism and the ACES Foundation for their support!

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