Fall 2010

district wire news 11.15.10

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This week on District Wire News, we report on Facebook’s  announcement about the site’s new way to let users communicate, we ask American University student’s how the D.C. Metro escalator failures are affecting them, and introduce Bethesda’s new parking meters that also take donations for the homeless. We previewed Elton John’s 18th annual World TeamTennis Smash Hits charity event that took place at AU and took a close look at AU’s men’s basketball team. Esther Song brought a full review of this weekend’s national sports. Anchored by Meghan Sweeney and Jordyn Phelps. Produced by Amanda Zimmer and Megan Ackerman.

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District Wire News 11.8.10

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On this week’s episode of District Wire News, we report on what the midterm election outcomes mean for viewers. We also discuss the challenges some American University students faced when voting in DC last week. Also, a new hospital partnership between Sibley and Johns Hopkins Hospitals could mean some changes for patients. Have you ever wondered what happens when you combine alcohol with an energy drink? Our investigation finds that the results can be dangerous. Also, we talk about recent developments in air travel that could mean trouble for passengers. Jack Weingart brings us a full weather report and Steve Rosenberg updates us on the latest sports developments. Anchored by Elizabeth Stephenson and Megan Ackerman. Produced by Jordyn Phelps and Melissa Harrington.

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district wire news 11.1.10

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On this edition of District Wire News, it’s election season and we’ve got coverage on how the Tea Party campaigning might pay off. Bomb threats in the air may halt flights. We’ve got AU’s Director of Community Relations Penny Pagano live in the studio to talk about the midterm elections.  Anchored by Meghan Sweeney and Jack Weingart.  Produced by Elizabeth Stephenson and Esther Song.

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District Wire News 10.25.10

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On this edition of District Wire News, the American University community is shocked after a beloved faculty member is found dead in her Bethesda home. A new poll suggest students may not turn out to vote in big numbers, like they did in 2008.  Anchored by Megan Ackerman and Amanda Zimmer.  Produced by Steve Rosenberg and Stevie Holliday.

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District Wire News 10.18.10

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On this edition of District Wire News, we take a look at the controversy that’s brewing between the Advisory Neighborhood Commission and American University student-group “A Voice 4 U” campaign. Also, the murder trial of Chandra Levy begins, another security breach at Facebook, and we’ll tell you what vegetable is getting a new twist just in time for the holidays. Anchored by Elizabeth Stephenson and Melissa Harrington. Produced by Jack Weingart and Meghan Sweeney.

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District Wire News 10.11.10

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On this edition of District Wire News, students at American University celebrate National Coming Out Day while the gay community overcomes recent hardships. Find out what students think about the new AU Central service. Google announces a new car, and learn when Transformers will roam the streets of DC.

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