Episode #328 - April 17th, 2019
04/17/2019
Original Airdate: April 17, 2019

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  • April 17th, 2019 Photo Natalie Watterson, Paige Swarthoud, Malik Corley, Ava Penziol More Information

    Bouncy Bands

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    When Natalie Watterson noticed that her students were having trouble staying focused, she decided to take matters into her own hands. With tons of research and support from the community , she was able to get a Bouncy Band on the desk of every student in her classroom. These devices help students channel that extra energy that keeps them distracted in the classroom.

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    1. Natalie Watterson7th Grade English TeacherBoston Middle School
    2. Paige Swarthoud7th Grade StudentBoston Middle School
    3. Malik Corley7th Grade StudentBoston Middle School
    4. Ava Penziol7th Grade StudentBoston Middle School

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  • April 17th, 2019 Photo Kristen Andrejko, Brennan Harvath, Patrick Warburton More Information

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    For 30 years, students at Notre Dame have been combining multiple disciplines to produce what has come to be known as the Shirt. W take a look at what goes in to creating this piece of iconic fan wear.

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    1. Kristen AndrejkoPresidentThe Shirt Committee
    2. Brennan HarvathFounderThe Shirt
    3. Patrick WarburtonActor

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    Check Your Blindspots

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    A person could be unaware about their own personal biases against people who may be different than they are. Check Your Blind Spots is an interactive experience that allows a person to take a walk in another person's shoes.

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    1. Ryan MosherTour ManagerCEO Action: Check Your Blindspots Tours

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  • April 17th, 2019 Photo Jack Cantrell, Luke Swihart, Megan Covyeou, RNFA, Dr.Sara Baumgartner, Surgeon, Scott Chase More Information

    Robotics Competition

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    The students at Gears have been preparing long and hard to get their robots ready for the St. Joseph Health System's Robotics Competition. The hospital has incorporated many robots within their own facilities, sparking student interest in this technology.

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    1. Jack CantrellStudent Team MemberGears
    2. Luke SwihartStudent Team MemberGears
    3. Megan Covyeou, RNFARobotics Team CoordinatorSaint Joesph Health System Mishawaka Medical Center
    4. Dr.Sara Baumgartner, SurgeonOB/GYNAssociates Of Northern Indiana
    5. Scott ChaseDirectorGears

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