Voices Amplified, student journalists from SLCC's The Globe and Amplify Utah, started their Monday night RadioACTive takeover. Listen for stories of sex education in Utah -- what students do and don't learn in the classroom, why some LGBTQ students in Utah say their health education is inadequate. The difficulties of returning to in-person classes and why SLCC is having a hard time hiring enough custodians. Plus, the Voices Amplified team shares their #PopCultureNuggets for the week.
Tonight's show featured the following people, organizations and/or events. Check them out and get plugged into your community!
Amplify Utah works with media partner The Salt Lake Tribune to publish the work of student journalists. Tonight, featured student journalists and their stories included:
Alexie Zollinger, student journalist at Salt Lake Community College and staff writer for the college’s student newspaper, The Globe. Author of “Sex education in Utah: What students did — and didn’t — learn in the classroom” and “Why some LGBTQ students in Utah say their health education is inadequate”
Ellie Uber, Brighton High School Senior and a voice from Zollinger’s story titled “Why some LGBTQ students in Utah say their health education is inadequate”
Juliana Demay, student journalist at Salt Lake Community College. Author of “Why some Utah students have found it difficult to return to in-person classes”
Andrew Christiansen, student journalist at Salt Lake Community College and assistant editor for the college’s student newspaper the Globe. Author of “Why Salt Lake Community College is having a hard time hiring enough custodians”