Category: Info

WHJE wins 10 National Radio Awards in New York City!

WHJE was given the opportunity to compete in the Interscholastic System of Broadcasters national Radio competition from top student radio stations all over the country. WHJE is proud to announce that our staff was nominated for over 25 different categories and was able to actually win 10 of the categories. Congratulations to these Staff Members …

Nutrition

Eating a balanced diet is vital for good health and wellbeing. Food provides our bodies with the energy, protein, essential fats, vitamins and minerals to live, grow and function properly. WHJE’s third and fourth years created PSAs to educate the listeners of 91.3 WHJE on how to eat a balanced diet: Hardesty Harris Kocherlakota Larkins …

Seatbelt Safety

To educate the listeners of 91.3 WHJE on why wearing seatbelts is important, the WHJE second years created PSAs describing the possible implications of not buckling up: Fairman   Gosselin   Heyl   Hune   Hurwitz   Klain   Weixler   Wrobleski   Zachodni

Tutoring Resources

Student work load can get very tough during high school, and that’s why it’s important to find tutoring resources. Luckily, the third and fourth years of 91.3 WHJE researched the different tutoring resources available to students at CHS: Crookshanks   Fitzgerald     Thruston

Speeding

Teen drivers who speed are much more likely to get in car accidents than those who don’t. Furthermore, 27% of all vehicle related fatalities are as a result of speeding drivers. To educate listeners of 91.3 WHJE, the third and fourth years created PSAs on the possible risks of speeding: Hardesty   Harris     …

Hunger

Shockingly, 42.2 million people across the United States live in food-insecure households. To educate listeners on nationwide problem of hunger and how they can get involved, WHJEs second years created some great PSAs: Fairman   Gosselin   Heyl   Hune   Hurwitz   Klain   Wrobleski   Zachodni

Dance Marathon

Carmel Dance Marathon was held at Carmel High School on February 25th. Cabinet, one of the student government organizations hosted the event, and along with Carmel High School students, raised more than $400,000 for Riley Children’s Hospital. Matthew Gish from WHJE reports:   Photo Courtesy of Adie Yost

Acceptable Internet Use

Although it seems like a no brainer to connect to WiFi when given the opportunity, there may be rules that should be considered before connecting to different networks. WHJE third and fourth years created PSAs advocating acceptable internet use on Carmel Clay Schools networks and in other facets of life: Thruston   Fitzgerald   Crookshanks