Kristine Allen / WPSU-FM Producer
The station you know as WPSU-FM signed on the air 60 years ago, on December 6, 1953. WPSU’s Kristine Allen speaks with two former Station Managers, Joe Krushinstky and Dave Dzikowski about how student radio station WDFM became your NPR station. (In photo above: Joe Krushinsky, PSU class of ‘85; Dennis Gouran of the Penn State faculty; and Joe Martellaro,…
Pete Hatemi teaches Political Science, Microbiology and Biochemistry at Penn State. His research explores the complex connection between evolution and our political attitudes. He speaks with WPSU’s Kristine Allen.
Dr. Pete Hatemi teaches Political Science, Microbiology and Biochemistry at Penn State. He has also studied genetics, psychology and psychiatry. Hatemi talks with WPSU’s Kristine Allen about the complex connection between genes and politics. (You can hear a longer version of the conversation Sunday morning on Take Note on WPSU-FM.)
Historian Lou Bernard leads a walking ghost tour through Lock Haven. WPSU’s Kristine Allen reports.
2013 is a year of major anniversaries: as we look back on the events of the civil rights struggle 50 years ago, like the March on Washington. As WPSU’s Kristine Allen reports, Penn State presents a play that recalls the turbulent times of the 1960’s.
On September 11th, the State Theatre in State College,will present a musical theatre piece created by Richard Biever in response to the attacks of nine eleven. The show uses Broadway songs and texts from survivors and spiritual leaders from many traditions around the world. WPSU’s Kristine Allen visited a rehearsal for “The New Normal”.
As NPR reported earlier this week, libraries around the country are building their collections of E-books. WPSU’s Kristine Allen spoke with one local library about the trend, and how they’re helping their customers stay on top of it.
This is Morning Edition. I’m Mel DeYoung. At the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts in State College last weekend, most of us were there to shop and enjoy the entertainment. But, WPSU’s Kristine Allen reports, some 300 artists were there to make a living – because the State College festival is known, nationwide, as a good place to sell…
This week on Take Note, we'll find out what's in store at this year's Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts in State College, and at People's Choice Festival of Pennsylvania Arts & Crafts in Boalsburg. We'll talk with the directors of both festivals. We'll also talk with one of the organizers of BookFest PA, which has been part of Arts…