S@Y What – April 12, 2018
The Humboldt Hockey Team crash has impacted many around the world. In our first segment, Jang-Ho Park shares the details on the updated casualties. Why are students wearing Jerseys today? Kyndahl Keddy discusses the campaigns and world-wide support for those affected by the tragic event. And the Human Resources Association calls for a crack down on our workplace sexual harassment policies. Alexandra Parra-Ortiz has the story and more on sexual harassment in the workplace.
In our second segment, Alex Repoulis has an update on the chemical attacks in Syria, and discusses the allegations of Syrian government using chemical weapons on civilians. Anastasia Khlebina talks, Royal Wedding Invites, and the 15-year old Peterborough teen who managed to snag one. And does coffee pair well with marijuana? Kiavash Golzadeh shares Second Cup’s plans to open recreational dispensaries across Western Canada.
At the top of our third segment, Ben Browne, joins us with the latest on today’s top headlines, and an update on the rain that just won’t go away. The school year is almost over and York University is still on strike. Fatima Nortiz, live on campus, chats with us about more on the story. It looks like Spring hasn’t quite sprung, Averie Armstrong gives us the current update on the weather alert issued for this weekend. And Mariah Carey goes public with her mental health issues and diagnosis. Sushannah Smith shares the details and reactions from Seneca Students.
The Toronto Maple Leafs take on the Boston Ruins tonight. In our fourth segment, Stefano Pileggi talks about the Leaf’s upcoming series and chances in this years season. The Raptors head to the playoffs for the 5th time in a row, J.R Manatad has the latest on their final game and whats next for the players. And a chance to make history for Toronto FC? Andrew Hormiz analysis the team’s semi final second leg and shares predictions for the team’s participation in the finals.
These stories and many more plus the latest news, sports and weather on the SayWhat radio show: radio by, and for, Seneca College students!
S@Y What – March 22, 2018
In our first segment Dana Clark joins us live on location, with her take on the ongoing strike at York University and how long we can expect it to continue. Facebook says a data breach within the company has now been affecting millions of their users, J.R Manatad joins us with the details and shares how we can protect our information online.
People are on the lookout for love on the TTC. In our second segment, Fatima Noorzai has the story on #Ossingtonbae and the love seeking poster-ad that went viral. The #Shetoo movement is the newest global campaign against sexual abuse in women. Molly Georgopolus discusses how the movement aims to help voices in developing countries be heard.
Our third segment, sports sports and more sports. We’ll check in on Team Canada’s participation in the 10th annual Paraolympics. Andrew Hormiz talks March Madness as the annual tournament begins today. The raptors made a statement in last nights game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Ben Browne has more on the story and shares his take on recent criticisms against the team. And The Leafs star player Austin Matthews lands a spot in tonights line up, Tristan Marchegiani has the story on his return.
Finally, Drake’s announcement to go vegetarian has received speculations from many fans. In segment four, Averie Armstrong shares the details and her take on the new trend of meatless celebrities. And Service Canada’s new Gender neutral mandate received backlash and caused confusion. Kiavash Goldiszens explains how LGBTQ+ members are reacting.
Those stories and many more plus the latest news, sports and weather on the SayWhat radio show: radio by, and for, Seneca College student!