Tippett said she has mastered the craft of storytelling over the course of her career through her line of questioning.
In the past two quarters, the Stanford Storytelling Project (SSP) has started shifting the emphasis of its show “State of the Human” from a radio show on KZSU to an online podcast format in an effort to reach more internet users.
Longtime radio journalist and KZSU alum Robert J. “Bob” Fuss ’74 died of leukemia Sunday, May 27 at his home in Falls Church, VA.
The speed of sound is too slow for time travel. But then you hear her voice. “My name is Fannie Lou Hamer,” she says, “and I exist at 626 East Lafayette St. in Ruleville, Mississippi.” She speaks in a Southern twang, in which words like “butter” lose their “r”s and “husband” sounds as if it…
After a barrage of accusations that Stanford’s recently-acquired ValleyCare Medical Center is a poor work environment — including allegations of worker intimidation, bribery and patient endangerment — the hospital’s nurses have taken matters into their own hands and unionized.
As part of a campaign by a branch of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), an advertisement criticizing the Stanford Health Care (SHC) system is currently being broadcast on radio stations across the Bay Area. The ad primarily discusses above-average rates of patient infection at Stanford Hospital, although the larger campaign also addresses working conditions at the Hospital.
In its weekly meeting on Wednesday night, the Graduate Student Council (GSC) addressed issues surrounding the Campus Climate Survey, KZSU’s complaint over its funding and graduate students’ healthcare issues.
Students of Oral Communication 130: “Your American Life” will spend this winter learning to craft podcast and radio shows to the tune of “This American Life” and New York Public Radio’s “Radiolab.”