The student government at Sweet Home is currently in its second year. Today we talked to junior Senator Caroline Thiele about some of the things she is trying to achieve both in and out of government.
Amherst is a very old town that was founded in the early 1800s. Today, we talk to the ex-Town Executive, Daniel Ward, about the lack of care for our local history.
As STEM careers are becoming more available, the need for STEM education is becoming more vital. This episode, we look at a UB program coming to Sweet Home about bioinformatics.
Even before the printing press was invented, libraries have been a place for people to go when seeking information. In the modern era, they’ve started to take on new meanings. Today, we talk to Ms. Mussachio about this change.
Every year, we take a day to honor those who have served. Today, we talk to a Vietnam veteran and hear about some of his experiences.
Every year, we honor veterans on Veterans’ Day. Today, we take a look at a recent recipient of the Good Conduct Medal who had spent years waiting for the honor he had long since earned.
Mr. Hawkins is one of the tech teachers at our school. On top of teaching tech classes, he runs Ski Club, Hand in Hand and Women in Technology. Recently, he has been given a Master Teacher award. Today, we take a look.
Recently a new club has formed with the goal spreading information about religion. Today we take a look.
The Panther Eye is always launching new projects. The latest one is Recorded, Not Live, a sketch show made right here at Sweet Home.
Listen or read Roar’s episode on Sweet Home’s tech club.