Turnstyle News

8:34am

Mon December 3, 2012
Health, Science, Environment

Turnstyle: Self-taught teenage engineer builds radio station from scrap metal

If you haven’t already met 15-year-old Kelvin Doe, it’s time. The kid will no doubt be a household name in the U.S. within a decade.

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4:24pm

Mon November 26, 2012
TURNSTYLE NEWS

Turnstyle: App gives Facebook users new perspective on their favorite topic – themselves

Remember a year ago when Facebook announced Timeline? How it was going to change the way that people shared information about themselves? Then it came out and everyone just hated it because if there is one thing that people on the internet hate most it’s change?

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10:01am

Thu November 1, 2012
YOUTH RADIO

Youth Radio Podcast: Politics creep into Halloween

Youth Radio

Who would you rather be for Halloween, Governor Mitt Romney or President Barack Obama? That's what Youth Radio asked people in the Bay Area, while trying to give them a little dramatic inspiration. This and more in the Youth Radio Podcast.

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2:43pm

Mon October 22, 2012
Health, Science, Environment

Turnstyle News: The making of an empty San Francisco

A new, eerily gorgeous empty city video features a San Francisco without cars, pets, or people.

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4:39pm

Tue October 16, 2012
Politics

Can online games improve young people's civic participation?

The League of Young Voters

Young voters make up to close to 20 percent of the electorate in the United States  a big voting block for any candidate. As of early October, 14 percent of young voters remain undecided. The narrative of disengaged youth in this election is dominating headlines lately, and a recent Pew study points to voter registration among young people on the decline. Youth Radio’s Malachi Segers explores some efforts to turn that decline around, by meeting young people where they are: online.

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