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Earth Island Journal Speech at Izzy Award 2019 [AUDIO]

Earth Island Journal is an independent publication of the Earth Island Institute. The publication’s goal is to support environmental activists and leaders working to protect biological and cultural diversity that sustains the environment through the sharing of stories. The Magazine is a 2019 Izzy Award Winner for their in-depth reporting on the overlap of environmental…

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The Loneliness Radio Project, Ep. 4: College student who immigrated to U.S. as child shares mental health barriers [AUDIO]

Welcome to the fourth and final episode of The Loneliness Project, an audio production of WRFI and the Ithaca College Park Scholars Program. Throughout the series, we have highlighted the perspectives of students, mental health activists, college administrators, and public safety officers. But, mental illness and loneliness? For many, they don’t begin in college. Not even close. In this…

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The Loneliness Radio Project, Ep. 2: How does social media impact young people’s mental health? [AUDIO]

Photo credit: rawpixel / Pixabay

Welcome to the second episode of The Loneliness Project, an audio production of WRFI and the Ithaca College Park Scholars Program. From mental health to social media, reporters throughout the Ithaca community are analyzing the issue of loneliness through multiple lenses. This piece is also part of a larger multimedia collaboration with The Ithaca Voice and The Cornell Daily Sun. One of the first…

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The Loneliness Radio Project, Ep. 1: Top student shares struggles with bipolar disorder, medical leave [AUDIO]

Photo of Chris Biehn, an Ithaca College Park Scholar student who is a mental health advocate and open about his struggles with bipolar disorder. Photo credit: Courtesy of Chris Biehn

Welcome to the premiere episode of The Loneliness Project, an audio production of WRFI and the Ithaca College Park Scholars Program. From mental health to social media, reporters throughout the Ithaca community are analyzing the issue of loneliness through multiple lenses. This piece is also part of a larger multimedia collaboration with The Ithaca Voice and The…

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