Hosted by #VoicesAmplified, featuring the rising journalists of Salt Lake Community College and Amplify Utah. Tonight, resident #utpol reporter and Globe staff writer Jonny Tollestrup in conversation with Salt Lake Community College's Vice President of Student and Government Relations Tim Sheehan. Event Coordinator Shari-Fa Harrigan and Vice President Jessie Tembo on all the exciting happenings of the Black Student Union. Show-Host Sean Stetson and SLCC Associate Head Coach of men's basketball Christopher Killin on the Bruins' season. Plus, #PopCultureNuggets and the viral 'slap heard 'round the world' during this year's Oscars.
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Rising journalists once again took over RadioACTive for a Voices Amplified edition of the show. It’s a collaboration between Salt Lake Community College, Amplify Utah and KRCL. Diversity, stories that matter, the things you care about — amplified. Listen to them every Monday night at 6 p.m. through the spring semester at SLCC.
Host Sean Stetson kicked the show off with an update on Utah Politics. Guests: Voices Amplified contributor and The Globe staff-writer Jonny Tollestrup and Vice President of Student and Government Relations Tim Sheehan.
The night’s show brings Black Student Union Event Coordinator Shari-Fa Harrigan, and Vice President Jessie Tembo in to speak on Black History Month celebrations, disappointments, as well as upcoming BSU events.
Show-Host Sean Stetson asked Associate Head Coach of men’s basketball Christopher “CJ” Killin about the ups and downs of The Bruins’ exciting season.
This week’s show closes with an exciting edition of #PopCultureNuggets, featuring “the slap heard ‘round the world.”
Tonight’s RadioActive was a production of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, Salt Lake Community College and Amplify Utah. The Voices Amplified team included:
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Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, KRCL 90.9fm.