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Play Download 01/07/2014 - Have You Seen Molly?

Have You Seen Molly? is 30-minute a documentary, produced by Jonathan Kohut, James Loftus, Crista Pillatieri, and Ari Schneider-Gans. The documentary is about the psychedelic drug (also known as MDMA or ecstasy); its rise in popularity from a usage standpoint; and how it became a staple at raves and concerts. Also, psychologists, users, and law enforcement discuss why the party drug is such a unique and destructive drug throughout the documentary.

Play Download 12/30/2013 - Online Dating? There's an App For That

"Online Dating? There's an App For That," is a documentary produced by WGLS-FM members Ellen Hardy and Alyssa Sansone, that gives an inside look into the world of online dating; the good, the bad and all the craziness in between. The program features interviews with online dating experts, representatives from dating sites including ChristianMingle.com and AshleyMadison.com, and college students that have experienced the burgeoning trend.

Play Download 01/02/2013 - Narcotics: Undercover

Narcotics: Undercover is a documentary about the growing problem of narcotics in two different areas and the effects they have. We compared the use of narcotics in the City of Camden, New Jersey and a town called Springfield to see the differences in location and use. The team conducted man on the street interviews to get an idea about the understanding of college students on the dangers of narcotics and the different locational crimes. Produced by Christian Abelaira, Diana Deren, Landon Jones.

Play Download 12/31/2012 - Heroin High

When you think of high school, you picture lockers slamming, papers ruffling and maybe even a little bit of learning. But beneath the surface lies the growing epidemic of students using and becoming addicted to dangerous drugs. Heroin High, a documentary produced by Joe Mineo, Allie Volpe and Rob Zettlemoyer, explores the ways adolescent drug use has affected high school life in South Jersey.

Play Download 05/17/2012 - The Facts of Autism

The Facts of Autism takes a deeper look at autism. We discuss the five different types of autism: Classical, Aspergers, Childhood Disintegrative Disorder, Rhetts, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder. We speak to professionals in the field, students with autism, and a mother raising an autistic child. Locally produced by Matt Nelson, Josiah Duffy and Arielle Reamer.

Play Download 05/15/2012 - RU On Board: Examining the Rowan/Rutgers-Camden Potential Merger

The documentary focuses on informing the public about the proposal to merge Rowan University and Rutgers-Camden in order to create an impressive, new comprehensive university - one of just two research institutions in the state and one that will include both a medical school and a law school. Locally produced by Rob Cunningham, Dan Morgan and Sam Gordon.

Play Download 12/22/2011 - Smoking: Unfiltered

The 30 minute documentary, Smoking: Unfiltered presents the facts about cigarette smoking. With an emphasis on college students, we dissect why people become heavily addicted to nicotine, what is the average age of a person begins to smoke and how state governments have stepped in to help educational institutions curb cigarette smoking on their campuses. Locally produced by Christina Maxwell and Phillip Blandino.

Play Download 12/21/2011 - Life After the Classroom: Starting a New Life

Simply put, college is what you make of it. You can go to parties, skip class, and enjoy the night life of college. Or, you can go to class, get good grades, and set yourself up for a promising career. If you are a student of the latter, then this documentary is for you. Life After the Classroom: Starting a New Life demonstrates the many organizations and resources that you can take advantage of as Rowan student. Locally produced by Glenn Schulz, Joe Wilson, Jamal Moore, and Sarah Johansen.

Play Download 12/19/2011 - Sleep, Study, Repeat: But What's Your Body Saying In Between?

A locally produced documentary produced by Elizabeth Loshikian and Jhasmine Allen detailed how most college students don't lead healthy lifestyles because of the demanding work load their educational lives bestowed upon them. Aside from school work and studying, another reason why college students don't lead healthy lifestyles is because of partying and drinking. The documentary covered the health factors involved with not properly taking care of your body and the long term consequences.

Play Download 05/16/2011 - Under Pressure

No one ever said college was easy, but handling the workload varies from student to student. "Under Pressure" illustrates the stressors college students face, its root causes and ways of coping. Producers: Jason Brown, Shane Donahue, and Kathy Paterson

Play Download 12/28/2010 - Facing Facebook

Facing Facebook is a documentary about what exactly the social media website offers to the people who use it. The documentary examines relationships, marketing, and the overall impact of Facebook on college students. Producers: EJ Campbell, Lindsay Ezykowich, Matt Shanley

Play Download 12/23/2010 - Loco for Four Loko

Four Loko is the latest craze in alcoholic energy drinks. Loco for Four Loko is a documentary that covers the dangers surrounding the recently popular beverage. It discusses how the infamous beverage is taking a toll on college students across America and what states are doing to try to prevent it. Producers: Michael Amato, Ryan Spillman, Jazmin Hooks

Play Download 12/22/2010 - RU Online or RU Traditional

This documentary strives to help prospective college students decide which route to graduation is best for them and to help them quell internal controversy they may feel about managing their life, work, and pursuit of continuing education. Producers: David Leek, Savannah Crawford

Play Download 12/21/2010 - RU Safe? A View on Rowan's Public Safety

RU Safe is a documentary about the behind the scenes work that goes into keeping students safe on the Rowan campus. It shows how much safety means to Rowan and all colleges worldwide. Producers: Tim Bunting, Brett Davidson, Shannon Macmillin

Play Download 12/20/2010 - Building A Boulevard

Building A Boulevard focuses on the recent economic redevelopment of Glassboro's downtown area. The documentary covers the informative details concerning the eight phase development process entitled "Rowan Boulevard." Interviews with Rowan officials and Glassboro residents add perspective to the town's transformation. Producers: James Bracciante, Maya Carr, Chris Capitanio

Play Download 12/14/2007 - From First Snap to Stagg: The History of Rowan University Football - Part 2

From First Snap to Stagg: The History of Rowan University Football is a documentary that focuses on these individuals, from the Rowan program, who not only were responsible for building a team from the ground up, but also for the continued success of one of the most storied programs in Division III. The second part of the documentary focuses on the rise of the program under head coaches John Bunting, K.C. Keeler, and Jay Accorsi. Producers: Jim Vassallo and Joe Staudenmayer

Play Download 12/14/2007 - From First Snap to Stagg: The History of Rowan University Football - Part 1

From First Snap to Stagg: The History of Rowan University Football is a documentary that focuses on these individuals, from the Rowan program, who not only were responsible for building a team from the ground up, but also for the continued success of one of the most storied programs in Division III. This first part of the documentary focuses on the beginning of the Rowan football program and includes interviews with players and coaches from that era. Producers: Jim Vassallo and Joe Staudenmayer

Play Download 12/13/2007 - Depression: Sad but True

Depression is a major problem in the United States today. This 30 minute documentary looks at the core of the disease by interviewing recovering patients, doctors and therapists. Producers: Ashley Smith and Jeff O'Connor

Play Download 12/11/2007 - Code Blue - Keeping Our Students Safe

A look at what colleges and universities around the country are doing to keep their campuses secure in the wake of high profile incidents such as the 2007 Virginia Tech attacks. Includes interviews with professionals from Rowan University, Montclair State University, UC Berkley, and Florida State University. Producers: Colin Wier and Cody Chrusciel

Play Download 12/10/2007 - Fading Farms and Saving Grace: Preserving the Garden State

A 30 minute look into the preservation of New Jersey farmland and the various effects of urban sprawl on the state's environment. Producers: Julia Giacoboni and Brian Kanady

Play Download 12/06/2007 - Solace in a Bottle: Prescription Drug Use Among College Students

"Solace in a Bottle" is a 30 minute documentary that looks into the misuse of prescription drugs by college students. It includes interviews with recovering addicts, counselors, and Dr. Craig Wax, a family physician based in Mullica Hill, NJ. Producers: Jess Ortuso, Stephen Maiorano and Beth Burnston

Play Download 10/17/2006 - Hidden Heroin : New Jerseys Dirty, Deadly Secret - Part 5

A five-part documentary regarding the dangerous nature of heroin. This harmful drug continues to damage the lives of many across the world. During the documentary, expert analysis is provided by physicians and those that have personal experience with heroin use. Producers: Rob Lightfoot and Melissa Connell

Play Download 10/10/2006 - Hidden Heroin : New Jerseys Dirty, Deadly Secret - Part 4

A five-part documentary regarding the dangerous nature of heroin. This harmful drug continues to damage the lives of many across the world. During the documentary, expert analysis is provided by physicians and those that have personal experience with heroin use. Producers: Rob Lightfoot and Melissa Connell

Play Download 10/03/2006 - Hidden Heroin : New Jerseys Dirty, Deadly Secret - Part 3

A five-part documentary regarding the dangerous nature of heroin. This harmful drug continues to damage the lives of many across the world. During the documentary, expert analysis is provided by physicians and those that have personal experience with heroin use. Producers: Rob Lightfoot and Melissa Connell

Play Download 09/26/2006 - Hidden Heroin : New Jerseys Dirty, Deadly Secret - Part 2

A five-part documentary regarding the dangerous nature of heroin. This harmful drug continues to damage the lives of many across the world. During the documentary, expert analysis is provided by physicians and those that have personal experience with heroin use. Producers: Rob Lightfoot and Melissa Connell

Play Download 09/19/2006 - Hidden Heroin : New Jerseys Dirty, Deadly Secret - Part 1

A five-part documentary regarding the dangerous nature of heroin. This harmful drug continues to damage the lives of many across the world. During the documentary, expert analysis is provided by physicians and those that have personal experience with heroin use. Producers: Rob Lightfoot and Melissa Connell

Play Download 04/28/2006 - Steroids: The Silent Epidemic

Steroids: The Silent Epidemic An in-depth look into the dangers and consequences of steroid use. Producers: George Hunsicker, Amy Kiernan and Mike Taylor

Play Download 04/28/2006 - America's Future: Packing on the lbs.

Americas Future: Packing on the lbs, a Rowan Radio documentary, speaks on childhood obesity in America. Producers: Pat Moynahan, Heather Shanley and Kelly King

Play Download 04/24/2006 - Spyspace: The Digital Addiction

Spyspace: the digital addiction, phenomenon and risk of myspace.com. Producers: Mike Licisyn and Allison Sheperd

Play Download 04/22/2006 - Changing Stations: A Look at the Evolution of Philadelphia Radio

Rowan Radio documentary, Changing Stations, focuses on the 1966 radio rivalry between WIBG and WFIL. Produced by Andy Goldstein and Erica Guidetti, two Rowan students, the documentary also explores stations such as WIP and WPEN, along with the growth of WCAU-FM and the overall FM radio in the Philadelphia market. Producers: Andy Goldstein and Erica Guidetti

Play Download 08/12/2004 - Tobacco: Filtering Out the Truth - Part 3

Tobacco: Filtering Out the Truth is a production of the Rowan University Center of Addiction Services, funded through a grant from the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. Part 3 of a 3 part series. Producers: Melissa Connell, Alisa Hogan and Rob Lightfoot

Play Download 08/05/2004 - Tobacco: Filtering Out the Truth - Part 2

Tobacco: Filtering Out the Truth is a production of the Rowan University Center of Addiction Services, funded through a grant from the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. Part 2 of a 3 part series. Producers: Melissa Connell, Alisa Hogan and Rob Lightfoot

Play Download 07/29/2004 - Tobacco: Filtering Out the Truth - Part 1

Tobacco: Filtering Out the Truth is a production of the Rowan University Center of Addiction Services, funded through a grant from the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. Part 1 of a 3 part series - Denial: One Pack at a Time. Producers: Melissa Connell, Alisa Hogan and Rob Lightfoot

Play Download 04/29/2004 - Clearing the Air: The Facts About Respiratory Disease

This documentary examines the causes, symptoms and prevention of various respiratory diseases. Producers: Jess Brittain and Paul Gornowski

Play Download 04/26/2004 - Destination Unknown: Life After College

Destination Unknown: Life After College is a documentary which examines the challenges and stresses college seniors face while trying to find an internship and a job all while trying to graduate on time. Producers: Keith Wentzell and Mike Synder

Play Download 04/24/2004 - Childhood Memories : As Seen On TV

This documentary takes a look at the children's shows that everyone knew and loved. We discuss the prevalence of local children's shows in the Philadelphia area and the role that television played in children's lives. Producers: Kim Shipman and Kevin Fischer.

Play Download 04/23/2004 - Making the Team: the Hard Way

Making the Team: the Hard Way is a documentary examining the social problems of hazing that face high school athletics. The documentary also focuses on the mental and physical effects of hazing. Producers: Tom Ortuso and Bob Badders

Play Download 04/21/2004 - The Life and Work of Elia Kazan

The Life and Work of Elia Kazan is a documentary highlighting the work of the controversial director and discussing the impact of Kazans impact on the film industry, as well as actors today. Producers: Jack Swiker and Tom Quaile

Play Download 05/02/2003 - Are You There America? It's Me, God - Part 5: God: Yes, No, Maybe So

This segment asks if people aren't worshiping then what are they doing? Plus, do circumstances such as old age, terminal illness or facing death bring a return to the belief in God? Producers: Ken Madden & Jason Salvatore

Play Download 05/01/2003 - Are You There America? It's Me, God - Part 4: God, As Seen On TV

This segment explores the positive and negative portrayals of God and religion in television and movies. Producers: Kate Hine & Ken Holden

Play Download 04/30/2003 - Are You There America? It's Me, God - Part 3: One Nation, Under God

This segment focuses on the ways God is manifested within our everyday lives, and the various effects of these manifestations throughout society. Issues explored include prayer in school, the pledge of allegiance, the symbol of the cross, teaching evolution rather tahtn creationism, as well as the notion of printing the words "In God We Trust" on our nation's currency. Producers: Bill Pavlou & Jason Kitchen

Play Download 04/29/2003 - Are You There America? It's Me, God - Part 2: Times...Are They Changing??

Part two looks at the difference of religious practices between families in the past and present and why certain changes came about. Producers: Nick Bennett & Claire Morgans

Play Download 04/28/2003 - Are You There America? It's Me, God - Part 1: The Evolution of Religion in America

Part one begins by taking a brief look at the origins of religion in America in reference to key events and important time frames that played a pivotal role in establishing what we've come to know as religion today. In addition, this segment analyzes recent trends and takes a deeper look into the current status of religion in America. Producers: Derek Dealy & Ray Johnston

Play Download 04/26/2002 - It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To - Part 5

The focus of this segment is on methampthetamines, GHB, LSD, and the help and treatment available for party drug addictions. Producers: Jake Nisenfield, Mike Billian and Nate Clark

Play Download 04/25/2002 - It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To - Part 4

This segment examines the drug Special K. Producers: Renee Aiello and Shane O'Connor

Play Download 04/24/2002 - It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To - Part 3

This segment focuses on the drug Ecstasy. Producers: Jason Urbaniak & Beth Ellis

Play Download 04/23/2002 - It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To - Part 2

This segment discusses Rohypnol and includes an interview with a rape victim. Producers: Nicole Cranston and Pat Kuhlen

Play Download 04/22/2002 - It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To - Part 1

Rowan Radio presents a five part documentary about the use and abuse of party drugs and exercising self control. This segment presents an overview on party drugs and the lack of treatment. Producers: Mark Kasubinski, Caroline Watts and Mike Sweeney

Play Download 04/27/2001 - Facing the Facts: The Use & Abuse of Alcohol - Part 5

Prescription for Recovery - This segment deals with alcoholism as a disease, the various symptoms of alcoholism and the recovery aspect. Included are statistics of alcoholism, treatment methods and the effectiveness of those treatments. Guests describe in-depth various alternative methods of treatment, including detoxification, outpatient counseling and interventions. Producers: Dan Riegel and Jen Di Santo

Play Download 04/26/2001 - Facing the Facts: The Use & Abuse of Alcohol - Part 4

Surviving the Scare - This segment looks at alcohol abuse on the home front & examines how alcohol affects the abuser & the family. It tells the story of four recovering alcoholics, Peg, Joe, Gil, & Anne, through their journey of alcoholism. They discuss how AA changed their lives & follow-up on what they go through today. Producers: Bruce Hummer and Jeannette Coppola

Play Download 04/25/2001 - Facing the Facts - The Use & Abuse of Alcohol - Part 3

Drinking, Driving, & Surviving - This segment looks at the cost of drinking & driving. Topics include the recent legislative push to lower the minimum B.A.C ., steps necessary to rejoin society after a DWI arrest & how to seek help if you are the victim of a drunk driving crash. Experts include Kevin Flannagan, NJ State Trooper; Harold Watson, from the National Commission Against Drunk Driving; & Frank Winters, a member of Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Producers: PJ Bielavitz and Maureen Talor

Play Download 04/24/2001 - Facing the Facts: The Use & Abuse of Alcohol - Part 2

The Law: How Much Is Too Much? - This segment discusses the laws surrounding alcohol, its use & abuse. Topics discussed include drinking & driving, the legal B.A.C. of drivers, legal drinking ages, & the consequences that go along with drinking alcohol. Experts in this segment include Gloucester County, NJ Prosecutor Andrew Yurick; Egg Harbor Township, NJ Police Officer Marc Romentino; & Rowan University Law & Justice Associate Professor, Joe Davey. Producers: Bill Menschner and Michelle Gubkin

Play Download 04/23/2001 - Facing The Facts: The Use & Abuse of Alcohol - Part 1

Alcoholism: The Silent Disease - In this segment, alcoholism is looked at as a disease. Included in this segment are Dr. Linda Jeffrey, Director of The Center for Addiction studies at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ; Dr. Al Frech, Director of Health and Counseling Services at Ramapo College, NJ, and the Regional Coordinator of The Network; and Jeffrey Clayton, Executive Director of Services to Overcome Drug Abuse Among Teenagers. Producers: Bill Menschner and Paula Nierzwicki

Play Download 04/28/2000 - The Internet - Birth of the Dot Com Culture - Part 5

This segment discusses the different things people are choosing to do online rather than in person, such as shopping. Internet dating and internet addictions are also looked at and how they can affect marriages. Producers: Laura Delahant, Russ Giniger and Steve Germoso

Play Download 04/27/2000 - The Internet - Birth of the Dot Com Culture - Part 4

This segment discusses businesses on the web and how some businesses work better online than others. It also looks at the issues of file stealing and zombie programs that can effect these businesses. Producers: Russ Morrison and John Worthington

Play Download 04/26/2000 - The Internet - Birth of the Dot Com Culture - Part 3

This segment describes what Hate Crimes are and looks at hate groups on the internet. The ADL is explained as far as to why it was formed and what it does. Producers: Brian Sappio, Victoria Furey and Rob Morigi

Play Download 04/25/2000 - The Internet - Birth of the Dot Com Culture - Part 2

This segment discusses the issues of online gambling and the effects it has on people's lives. Sports betting is also looked at and how easy it is for people to get sucked in and become addicted. Producers: Derek Jones, Kevin Price and Kevin Looney

Play Download 04/24/2000 - The Internet - Birth of the Dot Com Culture - Part 1

This segment explains and discussses sex online and the importance of parents censoring and monitoring what their children are looking at. Producers: Kate Dagress and Dean Greco

Play Download 04/30/1999 - America's Journey into the Millennium: Reflections, Past, Present and Future - Part 5

This segment explores the future of technology in the next century. Here the history of technology is traced to the modern age where its importance is shown. Producers: Brian Heil & Nicole Dorworth

Play Download 04/29/1999 - America's Journey into the Millennium: Reflections, Past, Present and Future - Part 4

This segment focuses on the evolution of higher education in the American workforce in the twentieth century. The progress of the importance of education of the decades is followed into the next century. From a time where work was stressed for America's youth, to an age where education is the key to a successful career, the new millennium welcomes the changes to a better society. Producers: Jason Helder & Fred Clark

Play Download 04/28/1999 - America's Journey into the Millennium: Reflections, Past, Present and Future - Part 3

This segment focuses on the family life in America. An interview with a married couple probes the many reasons that couples stay together and the various techniques they use to keep the family intact. Also, distance in family members is explored. Producers: Kris Noyes & Dave Ward

Play Download 04/27/1999 - America's Journey into the Millennium: Reflections, Past, Present and Future - Part 2

This segment examines the changing lifestyles and values of America's dating practices. From the tradition same sex/race heterosexual couples to homosexual couples to the effects of interracial dating on children, the question of what will be accepted in the next century is explored. Producers: Brian Plasket & Bill Ryden

Play Download 04/26/1999 - America's Journey into the Millennium: Reflections, Past, Present and Future - Part 1

This segment focuses on the perspectives of sexuality's change over the years. Questions of where sexuality has been and where it is going as the new millennium approaches are examined. It takes a more in depth look at the sexual revolution. Producers: John Sadak & John Bruno

Play Download 05/08/1998 - One Nation Understanding - Part 5

Religion & Relationships at the Dawn of a New Millenium - This segment discusses the effects religion can have on relationships and the children being raised by parents of two different religions. The issue of whether or not to date outside of one's religion is also looked at. The emphasis of communication and compromise are explained and also how tolerance, respect, and acceptance are needed in any type of relationship. Producers: Steve Kandik and Janene Ehmann

Play Download 05/07/1998 - One Nation Understanding - Part 4

Melody in the Melting Pot - This segment begins with a short piece of a variety of songs - new and old. It discusses how music can vary between cultures and the possible reasoning behind that idea. It also looks at how music can be used as a good way to break down barriers. Producers: Chris Coyne and Don Steever

Play Download 05/06/1998 - One Nation Understanding - Part 3

Women in the Workplace - This segment looks at how the idea of women in the workplace started and how it has evolved and changed over time. In today's world, women are doing many jobs that were previously only done by men. Also discussed is the idea that certain job titles have certain connotations. Producers: Randy Morton, Charles Wojcik and Eric Cardinali

Play Download 05/05/1998 - One Nation Understanding - Part 2

The Media Melting Pot - This segment discusses the idea of multiculturalism and how the definition of the word is changing over the course of time. It also explains how radio stations need to pay attention to their signal area to ensure they are playing a variety of music to appeal to their listeners interests. Producers: Anchor Babcock, Brian McCallion and Dan Savaria

Play Download 05/04/1998 - One Nation Understanding - Part 1

This segment discusses Title 9 (equal access education to boys and girls including athletics) and how sports have grown and changed over time because of this. It explains the door that was opened for women to play sports in high school, college and beyond and why racial issues are easier to overcome when sports are involved. The importance of good sportsmanship is emphasised. Producers: Dean Auer and Jabari Higgs

Play Download 05/09/1997 - Breaking the Silence - Part 5

This segment discusses physical and emotional abuse and what happens when families try to intervene in either a positive or negative way. It explains how the people who are abused are mostly likely to become the abusers and some tips are given of ways to break this cycle. Producers: Melissa Connell & Victor Sosa

Play Download 05/08/1997 - Breaking the Silence - Part 4

This segment focuses on the issue of child abuse. It discusses the long term effects abuse can have on a child much later in his or her life. Producers: Jason Weber & Pat Reeves

Play Download 05/07/1997 - Breaking the Silence - Part 3

This segment focuses on verbal abuse and some of the signs and symptoms of an abusive relationship. It also explains the different ways the family of the victim can be effected. Producers: Jen Southwick & Chirs Fitzpatrick

Play Download 05/06/1997 - Breaking the Silence - Part 2

This segment uses dramatizations to show examples of domestic abuse. Some of the misconceptions and the role the media plays on abuse are both explained. Producers: Stacy Lawrence & Chris Gallagher

Play Download 05/05/1997 - Breaking the Silence - Part 1

This segment focuses on abuse and domestic violence. It explains the cycle of abuse and reasons why people find it hard to leave their abusers. The steps a person attempting to leave an abusive situation should take are discussed. Producers: Damon Bernardini & Rob Ryan

Play Download 05/10/1996 - Generation X - Part 5

This segment interviews people from Generation X and asks them what they feel are the major differences in their generation as compared to previous generations. It also looks ahead as to what the future holds for those of Generation X. Producers: James Yanek, Andy Gradel & Eric Anderson

Play Download 05/09/1996 - Generation X - Part 4

This segment discusses the job market and how it is becoming more and more difficult to find jobs. Different tips are given of ways to make oneself more marketable. Producers: James Yanek & Christy Channel

Play Download 05/08/1996 - Generation X - Part 3

This segment discusses the specific changs that have occured between the 1960's and today. Topics like drugs, alcohol, racism and sex play a much larger role in today's society. Producers: Steve Herzog & Julissa Marenco

Play Download 05/07/1996 - Generation X - Part 2

This segment shows and explains how all of the different ways the times have changed. Producers: Andy Gradel & Frank McGuigan

Play Download 05/06/1996 - Generation X - Part 1

This segment explains what Generation X is and the type of connotation it carries. The causes and symbols of this generation are explained and it is compared to those of the Baby Boomer generation. Producers: Eric Anderson & Tom Lavoie

Play Download 05/19/1995 - College Life in the 90s - Part 5

Graduation and Careers - This segment discusses life after college and the challenges students may face when entering the working world. It also talks about things students can do to be as prepared as possible for their first interviews. Producers: Shawn Brown and Jeff Calabria

Play Download 05/18/1995 - College Life in the 90s - Part 4

Relationships - This segment discusses the many different types of relationships students can form when they live on campus and become involved in the many clubs and activites the school has to offer. It also talks about the importance of time management and finding a schedule that works for you. Producer: Mike Guidice

Play Download 05/17/1995 - College Life in the 90s - Part 3

Safety and Crime - This segment explains what one should do if they ever find themselves feeling unsafe on campus. It also discusses the importance of being aware of one's surroundings. Information is also given about HIV, AIDS, safe sex and how one may be influenced by peer pressure. Producers: Chrissy Rae and Rhonda Charlton

Play Download 05/16/1995 - College Life in the 90s - Part 2

Religion - This segment discusses how entering college may change some students perspectives on religion. College seems to be a time when many students find themselves and question how they feel about religion. Most college campuses have many different religious facilites for almost any type of major religion. Producer: Jeff Hickman

Play Download 05/15/1995 - College Life in the 90s - Part 1

Affording College - This segment discusses the different types of fees that make up the tuition cost, names ways that one could possibly cut the cost of college and explains cost differences between public and private institutions. Financial aid, such as scholarships and grants, are also explained. Producers: Renee Migeot and Chris Palochko

Play Download 05/13/1994 - Violence in the High School - Part 5

This segment gives facts and statistics about violence and crimes in New Jersey. It includes a roundtable discussion with people who see and are effected by high school violence. Producers: Sandra Brice, Darcey Iuliucci and Matt Puma

Play Download 05/12/1994 - Violence in the High School - Part 4

This segment gives examples of different cases of school violence across the United States. The difference in high school violence in public and private schools is looked at and the parents of students are interviewed about their awareness of violence in the high schools. Producers: Roy Spiller and Kathy Yurkonis

Play Download 05/11/1994 - Violence in the High School - Part 3

This segment interviews young individuals who are in a juvenile correction facility. They explain their own personal situations and show how a child's family situation can impact their lives in a sometimes negative way. Producers: Colin Ackers, Kristen Lampe and Roger Oates

Play Download 05/10/1994 - Violence in the High School - Part 2

This segment discusses the legal issues and what can be done at private and public schools as far as dealing with weapons in the high schools. It also explains the various programs that are focused on student safety and well-being. Producers: Brian McRory, Jim Stewart and Vicky VanArsdale

Play Download 05/09/1994 - Violence in the High School - Part 1

This segment discusses disciplinary problems and how they have become more and more severe over the years. Some personal stories are told and some shocking statistics are revealed. Producers: Dawn DeSimone and Kimberly Dowd

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