Barrett Fisher and Sam Mulberry meet up in the video store to talk about the 2005 film La Moustache and to get Barrett's film recommendation for next week.

For more information about Video Store or to find all of our episodes, check out our website: https://videostorepodcast.wordpress.com/

@Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio connect from opposite sides of the globe to discuss the tweet of the week and really stare a beloved Pokémon in the eye.

Journalist Makenzi Johnson joins co-hosts Sarah Bakeman and Soraya Keiser to talk about her Human Solution story. She profiled Bethel Study Abroad administrator Virginija Wilcox about how her life was transformed by leaving her home country of Lithuania to study abroad in college, and how she wants a similar transformation in every student at her new university. Johnson learned how to roll with the punches when stories fell through, and about cold beet root soup. Listeners can find Human Solutions here, or a print version at nonprofits or businesses in the Rondo or Frogtown areas of St. Paul. Special thanks to our sources for these stories. For more about Bethel English and Journalism, go here.

Barrett Fisher and Sam Mulberry meet up in the video store to talk about the 2006 film Away from Her and to get Barrett's film recommendation for next week.

For more information about Video Store or to find all of our episodes, check out our website: https://videostorepodcast.wordpress.com/

@Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio connect from opposite sides of the globe to discuss the tweet of the week which leads Annie into a therapy session about her daily lunch routine.

Graphic designer Joy Sporleder joins co-hosts Sarah Bakeman and Soraya Keiser to talk about her Human Solution story. She profiled Living Spirit United Methodist Rev. Shawn Moore about how his military, law enforcement and racial injustice background play roles in how he goes about his job. He also loves pie and games, so Sporleder would take him to Cracker Barrel if she had the opportunity. She also learned that every interaction with a source helps her to understand them more fully. Listeners can find Human Solutions here, or a print version at nonprofits or businesses in the Rondo or Frogtown areas of St. Paul. Special thanks to our sources for these stories. For more about Bethel English and Journalism, go here.

Reporter and graphic designer Ariel Dunleavy joins co-hosts Sarah Bakeman and Soraya Keiser to talk about her Human Solution story. She wrote Social Work Professor Eydie Shypulski, who "entwines social justice and faith" into her program. Shypulski has traveled the world, saves lives on ski patrol, has seven dogs and hangs out in the Boundary Waters. he's so hippie that she's "crunchy." Listeners can find Human Solutions here, or a print version at nonprofits or businesses in the Rondo or Frogtown areas of St. Paul. Special thanks to our sources for these stories. For more about Bethel English and Journalism, go here.

@Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio connect from opposite sides of the globe to discuss Sam’s first untweeted tweet and right an old movie franchise wrong.

Reporter Molly Wilson joins co-hosts Sarah Bakeman and Soraya Keiser to talk about her Human Solution story. She profiled Pastor Becky Hanson, who shared her life story, and more specifically her path toward finding pragmatic solutions for the homeless. Wilson shares what it's like to be a journalist without a car, and how she'd love to take her source to a McDonald's because Hanson would know everyone. She also learned to be careful when trying to recreate past truths. Listeners can find Human Solutions here, or a print version at nonprofits or businesses in the Rondo or Frogtown areas of St. Paul. Special thanks to our sources for these stories. For more about Bethel English and Journalism, go here.

Sportswriter and Royals baseball player Caden Christiansen joins co-hosts Sarah Bakeman and Soraya Keiser to talk about his Human Solution story. He profiled Minnesota Twins Hall of Famer Tony Oliva about his community work and his experiences of joy and descrimination while moving through different cultures. Christiansen learned how to go into a story without fear. Listeners can find Human Solutions here, or a print version at nonprofits or businesses in the Rondo or Frogtown areas of St. Paul. Special thanks to our sources for these stories. For more about Bethel English and Journalism, go here.

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