By Teens in Print
TeensInPrintSep 22, 2023
Starstruck: Entertainment in Boston
Podcasters Gloria, Nuriel, Cimmaron, Yonas, and Ben looked to pop culture as inspiration for their work and delved deeper into the world of acting. Through interviews with local actors, the group explored the challenges of the profession and the impact of the current strikes on the entertainment industry.
Podcast by Gloria Ekechukwu, Nuriel Gutman, Cimmaron Holman, Yonas Tewolde, and Ben Truong; with thanks to Elvis Alvarado and Quincy Walters.
Many first's and goodbyes
It's winter in Australia and New Zealand but 32 teams from across the world are bringing the heat as they compete to become the best soccer team in the world.
In this first episode, we introduce our listeners to the women's world cup talking about equity, hopes, and predictions for the group stage. Oh, we also have a TiP goes international moment!
What: FIFA Women's World Cup
When: July 20 - August 20
Where: Australia and New-Zealand
Host's : Maya, Sophie & Mohamed
Cover art made by: Jazz Truong
121 Intuition Radio Show
Hello! We are SJI's first ever radio show. Hosted by DJ Giln, DJazz, Romeo, Rose, PatMatt, and DJ Bust, today's episode will dive into the inequities within discipline in Boston schools. Between satirical ads, open format discussions, two interviews with disciplinarians (a high school Dean, and a high school Assistant Principal), and today's hit music, this isn't something you'll want to miss.
SJI Podcast: Jam to the Power of E
Jam to the Power of E is a podcast from Teens in Print’s Summer Journalism Institute. This podcast discusses several issues that affect Boston teens in public schools. With your hosts Albin, Jacob, Alani, and Max we’ll bring light to topics you may not know about.
Episode 2: The After School Critics' Circle
In this episode, Jacob, Malia, Nathan, and Meena discuss fictional media and how it uses adolescent mental health to gain attention and make money. CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains discussion of serious mental health topics including addiction, self-injury and suicide. If you are in crisis, please use one of the following resources to find help:
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1.800.273.8255)
- Samaritans Crisis Services (samaritanshope.org)
- TWLOHA Mental Health Care Search (twloha.com/find-help)
Our editors analyze problematic representation from the glorification of suicide to the idea that mental illnesses grant you superpowers and discuss what ideal representation would look like.
READ THE PAPER: bostontip.com
FOLLOW US: @teensinprint
Episode 1: The After School Feels
Malia, Jacob, Meena, and Nathan discuss the 2020 Democratic Primary before diving into their ~feelings~ as they reflect on why Teens in Print and student journalism generally are important to them.
The After School is Teens in Print's hilariously informative podcast discussing news issues and ideas that are relevant to today's youth. TiP is Boston's citywide high school newspaper, and you can read our written work here.
Hosts: Nathan DeJesus, Meena Mohamed, Jacob Downey, Malia McClerklin
Research and Writing: Jacob Downey and Malia McClerklin
Audio Engineering and Production: Jasmine Heyward
Editing: Jacob Downey, Meena Mohamed, Elvis Alvarado, and Jasmine Heyward
Marketing, Communications, and Distribution: Nathan DeJesus and Meena Mohamed
Music: Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com
The After School is made possible by WriteBoston, the parent organization of Teens in Print.
Episode 0: The After School Trailer
We're excited to announce that our podcast, The After School, will launch on December 19, 2019. Catch our exclusive live YouTube premiere on this channel at 5:00 p.m. on December 18, or find the episode on your favorite streaming platform the following day.
The After School, is our hilariously informative podcast discussing news issues and ideas that are relevant to today's youth. This first episode will feature stories from our school lives, news updates, and a discussion of why we're at Teens in Print and why other teens should join us.
Writing: Jacob Downey, Nathan DeJesus, Yasmin Mohamed
Voiceover: Nathan DeJesus, Jacob Downey, Malia McClerklin, Elvis Alvarado
Production: Jasmine Heyward