This is the second performance done by DJB. Listen to the full show on Student Radio Time in the shows tab.
DJB is back on Student Radio Time and has brought some new music for everyone to hear. Listen to Student Radio Time every gold Friday from 10 to 11 to hear more musical talents.
Off the Wahl is a WHJE and CHTV collaborative project, that is run by WHJE’s news director, Maggie Paul, CHTV’s news director, Jack Missler, and CHTV’s sports director, JD Arland. Each show, Carmel Clay School’s superintendent, Dr. Wahl, comes on to discuss topics under news, sports, and Carmel guests. This episode features discussions on Antonin Scalia, the Nevada and South Carolina caucuses, and the Carmel girl’s swim team winning thirty state championships. Our guests Aaron Guevaras, Jackson Otto, and Sara Lein talk about their roles with Carmel’s ComedySportz team.
WHJE Sports’ Jake Leitch and Sam Weiderhaft provide insight on a new student and player for the Carmel Boy’s Basketball Team, Garrett Covington.
This voxpop allows the listener to hear what superpowers that people around Carmel High School would like to have. The question: “if you could have any super power, what would it be and why?” reveals a lot about the personality of the individual that is answering it.
The ComedySportz team played Center Grove on February 19th and will be moving on in the ComedySportz competition. The match revolves around the teams’ ability to make the audience and referees laugh, and though the up-and-coming Center Grove team excelled during the activities, the Carmel team is advancing further. Our team puts the spotlight on the abilities of Jake Greene, ComedySportz member and junior at Carmel High School, and his particular aptitude at the game of ‘Five Things’ during the match.
Electronic learning is a very new type of learning. It uses devices such as iPads and laptops to assist students with learning. These devices are also used both in and out of school. WHJE’s Dan Burkard dives deeper into this topic.