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Street Beat: A Community Conversation On BullyingThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani looks at the problem of bullying in schools. First, Jeff Sakwa, the co-founder of the anti-bullying non-profit Defeat the Label, explains what this organization does and its upcoming Community Conversation on Bullying. Then Dr. Saumya Pathak, an M-D Resident in Pediatrics at the D-M-C Children's Hospital of Michigan in Detroit, stops by to discuss the physical and medical complications of bullying. Next, Don Ferguson, a presenter for the OK-2-Say program, shows how kids can anonymously provide tips about dangerous activities in schools. Finally, Counselor Daryl Beebe of Berkley High School talks about their new Sources of Strength program that helps teens facing stressful situations.
Study Abroad Program Empowers And Humbles Local JournalistOakland University Journalism student Christina Salem talks about the impact a study abroad program in Greece had on her.
Study Abroad Program In Greece Is An Eye-Opener For Local Journalism StudentJordan Brown interviews Oakland University Journalism student Christina Salem about her experiences in refugee camps as part of a study abroad program.
Five Money-Saving Tips For The Young And BrokeIntern Jordan Brown gives college students tips on saving money.
Street Beat: Aid After Natural DisastersThis week on Street Beat, host April Moss looks at relief efforts after natural disasters like the recent hurricanes. First, Chief Forecaster Karen Carter explains how hurricanes are formed and what category one winds feel like. Then, Perry Rech, Director of Communications for the American Red Cross, explains how volunteers have been working nonstop to help provide food, shelter, and health services for victims impacted by the hurricanes. Next, Western Michigan Law School Associate Dean and Retired Brigadier General Michael C.H. McDaniel talks about rebuilding infrastructure to withstand natural disasters. Finally, April learns about pets and animals who are left behind to fend for themselves after disasters and how the Michigan Humane Society is helping them the President and CEO of the Michigan Humane Society, Matthew Pepper. He’s joined by Mia, one of the dogs available for adoption.
Pets Left Behind After The Hurricanes Available For AdoptionPresident and CEO of the Michigan Humane Society, Matthew Pepper introduces you to Mia, one of the dogs left to fend for themselves after the recent hurricanes. Mia is available for adoption through the Michigan Humane Society.

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Street Beat: A Community Conversation On BullyingThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani looks at the problem of bullying in schools. First, Jeff Sakwa, the co-founder of the anti-bullying non-profit Defeat the Label, explains what this organization does and its upcoming Community Conversation on Bullying. Then Dr. Saumya Pathak, an M-D Resident in Pediatrics at the D-M-C Children's Hospital of Michigan in Detroit, stops by to discuss the physical and medical complications of bullying. Next, Don Ferguson, a presenter for the OK-2-Say program, shows how kids can anonymously provide tips about dangerous activities in schools. Finally, Counselor Daryl Beebe of Berkley High School talks about their new Sources of Strength program that helps teens facing stressful situations.

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