Highlighting Student Journalists

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by Robin Shannon | 12/06/2021 | 3:02pm

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Fordham Conversations taps into Fordham University experts, scholars, authors and staff to discuss and uncover issues that impact our world.  In addition, WFUV-FM has a commitment to train the next generations of multimedia broadcast journalist.  It is part of the public radio mission, as well as the mission of Fordham University. Today’s Fordham Conversations showcases a few of the stories and interviews that student journalists have produced.

Host Robin Shannon talks with Fordham Graduate Student Courtney Bergsieker about her new podcast, Disharmony: how music is responding to climate crisis.

Fordham Senior Zach Flores visits a bookstore in Connecticut to get the story behind The Book Barn and its amusing and hardworking owner.

Fordham Junior David Escobar talks with Meg Stapleton Smith, a Ph.D. student of Theology at Fordham, about Women, Priests and the Vatican.

Finally, Fordham Graduate Student Kevin Dineen examines the increasing number of rats in New York City.


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