34 episodes

I want you, just for a second, to imagine a high school radio station on demand.

Here at Mamaroneck High School, we are looking to tell stories. About people.
What we have found, is our students have stories to share. And we want to arm them with the skills and platform to do so.

Our show features students composing and mixing feature radio stories about the public and our community. All pieces are student written and student produced.
Welcome to Mamaroneck Public Radio.

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I want you, just for a second, to imagine a high school radio station on demand.

Here at Mamaroneck High School, we are looking to tell stories. About people.
What we have found, is our students have stories to share. And we want to arm them with the skills and platform to do so.

Our show features students composing and mixing feature radio stories about the public and our community. All pieces are student written and student produced.
Welcome to Mamaroneck Public Radio.

    Student athletes vs. COVID

    Student athletes vs. COVID

    MPR reporter Lainie Pearson discusses the impact Covid-19 has had on student athletes. Players, both committed to colleges and hoping to be recruited have been affected differently. Lainie talks with one rising high school senior and one student about to attend college this fall.

    • 16 min
    COVID Sessions: The College Crisis

    COVID Sessions: The College Crisis

    MPR reporter Sheily Medina tackles the impact Covid-19 has had on students and their education. Schools have gone online, making it a completely new way students have had to adapt to learn from home. Sheily goes in depth as to how this deadly virus has impacted three college students from Westchester, NY; how their lives, both in class and out, were affected by the the rapid spread of this deadly disease.

    • 17 min
    COVID Sessions: An Ordinary Day

    COVID Sessions: An Ordinary Day

    With the ongoing Pandemic, even as things begin to return to a familiar sense of normalcy, months have passed in an extreme case of limbo.
    MPR reporter Emma Sullivan was not satisfied. She started asking:
    Was everything really so different? Was there nothing the same from before and from after? Were you really alone in how your life changed so quickly, or did so many others feel a similar way?

    The answers might just surprise you.

    • 17 min
    COVID Sessions: Funky Glasses

    COVID Sessions: Funky Glasses

    Halfway through her senior year of high school, MPR reporter Sarah Waring was one of millions thrown unexpectedly into a global pandemic. As numbers rose and the news became more grave, she found herself wondering one thing: in times of sickness and fear, how does one find happiness? The answer was a little more complicated than she expected.

    • 16 min
    June 2020: Welcome to the COVID Sessions

    June 2020: Welcome to the COVID Sessions

    Producer Evan Madin introduces the COVID Sessions, a set of episodes produced by students during the pandemic.

    *Music credit: "Living in Technicolor"–Coldplay

    • 1 min
    MPR In New Hampshire 2020: Bernie Sanders

    MPR In New Hampshire 2020: Bernie Sanders

    MPR reporters Eli Gottsegen and Meghan Sundberg take a closer look at Bernie's populist approach, and how it might resonate with some unexpected segments of voters.

    • 10 min

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