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Brooke Gladstone, cohost and managing editor of WNYC's "On the Media"
Take Note

The 2016 Campaign And More With Brooke Gladstone

Posted on September 23, 2016

Brooke Gladstone joins us from her studio at WNYC, where On The Media is produced, to help us make sense of the information environment we live in.  She’ll also talk about media bias—it turns out, there are lots of different kinds—and we’ll ponder the often-asked question: Did the media create the Trump candidacy? Continue »

 

Lewistown courthouse
Our Town

Lewistown

Posted on September 19, 2016

WPSU is seeking stories about Lewistown and its surrounding areas for the latest edition in the Our Town series. We need stories about the people, places, and happenings in your area and we need you to help tell them. Continue »

 

Penns Valley region
Our Town

Penns Valley

Posted on September 15, 2016

Volunteer storytellers from the Penns Valley area stories about The Grange, Old Gregg School, farms, monuments, artifacts, art, divining for graves, and so much more. Find out what makes Penns Valley a GREAT place to live. Continue »

 

Penn State President Eric Barron and guests on the set of Digging Deeper
Digging Deeper

PlantVillage

Posted on September 14, 2016

President Barron explores how Penn State researches are using crowdsourcing and mobile technology to protect the world’s food supply. Continue »

 

Train passing trough Cresson, PA
Our Town

Cresson

Posted on August 25, 2016

Volunteer storytellers from Cresson share stories about a love for singing, their schools and libraries, reading and sports programs, ambulance and fire departments, and the joys of train watching. Continue »

 

Tipping Point cover and reviewer Cheryl Bazzoui
WPSU's BookMark

“Tipping Point” By David Poyer

Posted on August 25, 2016

Tipping Point is a page turner. It is the fifteenth novel in David Poyer’s acclaimed series of naval adventures featuring Captain Dan Lenson. But don’t worry if you don’t know anything about the modern Navy or haven’t read any of the first fourteen novels. Continue »