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3:44 pm
Mon October 17, 2011

New Orleans Music Journalist Carolyn Henegan Likes NPR's Balanced Approach To News

New Orleans – New Orleans music journalist - and WWNO Dollar-A-Day Club member - Carolyn Henegan talks about the value of NPR's balanced approach to the news...

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Community Impact
3:29 pm
Mon October 17, 2011

Tulane Professor Peter Ricchiuti First Hand Appreciation NPR Production Values

New Orleans – Tulane University Finance Professor Peter Ricchiuti has done a number of features for Marketplace through the years - and seen first hand how hard the folks at Marketplace, NPR and WWNO work to sustain top production values and high quality content...

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Community Impact
9:54 pm
Fri October 14, 2011

New Orleans Music Journalist Carolyn Henegan Joins Dollar-A-Day Club

New Orleans – New Orleans music journalist Carolyn Henegan talks about making the decision to join WWNO's Dollar-A-Day Club...

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Community Impact
9:50 pm
Fri October 14, 2011

WWNO Member Peter Ricchiuti Talks About Morning Edition

New Orleans – Tulane University Business School Assistant Dean - and WWNO member - Peter Picchiuti - talks about dscovering Morning Edition...

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Community Impact
6:21 pm
Wed October 12, 2011

WWNO Member Carolyn Henegan

New Orleans – New Orleans music writer Carolyn Henegan talks about how listening to WWNO gives her a professional edge.

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Community Impact
5:55 pm
Wed October 12, 2011

WWNO Member Peter Ricchiuti

New Orleans – Peter Ricchiuti talks about progressing from a listener - to a member - of WWNO.

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Community Impact
7:17 pm
Tue October 11, 2011

Community Impact Series -- Cowen Institute for Public Education Initiatives

Cowen Institute

New Orleans, La. –
All across New Orleans, Tulane University students are going back to high school. They're working at four schools to establish advanced placement courses, part of a college-readiness program called AdvanceNOLA. While Tulane site coordinators work with teachers and school leaders on the program, Tulane undergrads tutor the high school students, sharing their own recent insight on advanced placement testing and, often, much more.

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Community Impact
11:09 am
Tue October 4, 2011

Community Impact Series -- New Orleans Jazz Restoration Society

One of the landmark, but neglected, buildings along the 400 block of South Rampart Street.
Ian McNulty

New Orleans, La. –

Recalling the day, decades past, when the childhood home of Louis Armstrong was demolished still makes Bobby McIntrye wince. Then, there's the much fresher example of the home of early New Orleans jazz great Sidney Bechet, torn down in a post-Katrina anti-blight push.

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Community Impact
10:15 am
Tue September 27, 2011

Community Impact Series - Families and Friends of Louisiana's Incarcerated Children

New Orleans, La. –
When Ernest Johnson's teenage son was sent to a juvenile detention center, the New Orleans father found that his own trials were just beginning.

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Community Impact
1:55 pm
Tue September 20, 2011

Community Impact Series -- Children's Health Project

Carlos Naranjo and Dr. Alina Olteanu of the New Orleans Children's Health Project at their mobile clinic -- a pediatrics office on wheels.
Ian McNulty

New Orleans, La. –

In the course of her day, New Orleans pediatrician Dr. Alina Olteanu will conduct the usual array of screenings and immunizations her young patients need, while also educating parents about health issues from lead exposure to obesity. This is the normal work of a pediatrician. But there's something different about the way she delivers such care.

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