This is Episode 29 of Bruin Radio, a show combining all of the great radio and podcast content made by the students of the Brookings-Harbor High School. Content for this program was provided by the Brookings-Harbor High School with student and parent or guardian permission, and the approval of school administration.

This week’s episode begins with Bruin News, hosted by BHHS students Miranda Wolfers and Erin Greene. They share with you the news you need to know about current and upcoming events at the Brookings-Harbor High School.

Poet Carmen Ryan returns for our Powerful Poetry segment with a new poem entitled Sidewalk Masterpiece.

Erin Greene reads an untitled poem written by a BHHS student who prefers to remain anonymous.

An anonymous Brookings-Harbor High School student reads reads William Shakespeares’s Sonnet 14.

We play Jessica Pieren’s ukulele rendition of Riptide.

We also play music from friend of the show Derek Thomas Dew, also known as Touchless Remover on SoundCloud, as well as a piece of music created by an anonymous Brookings-Harbor High School staff member.

For more great High-School radio shows, check out the Brookings-Harbor High School radio page, a proud partner of Curry Coast Community Radio!

Host: BHHS students Miranda Jensen-Wolfers and Erin Greene
Producer: Dane Tippman
Co-Producers: BHHS Vice-Principal Alex Merritt, BHHS Teacher Craig Cooper
Sound Editor: Dane Tippman


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The Bruin News segment used Wikinews briefs jingle, by Steven Fruitsmaak, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.5) license.
This episode features selections from music composed by artist Derek Thomas Dew, also known as Touchless Remover on SoundCloud, as well as a piece of music created by an anonymous Brookings-Harbor High School staff member.
Image provided to KCIW by the Brookings-Harbor High School. Students pictured in images have signed permission forms from parents on file at the Brookings-Harbor High School.