SPOT 127 East
November 22, 2017
In a two-part podcast series, SPOT 127 East production assistants discuss the tragic events that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Podcast recording of traditions of allowance
November 2, 2017
This topic deals with how traditions can serve as underlying causes for teen dating abuse. In some instances, we may see cases of patriarchal relationships with abuse and regard them as normal, because of support from tradition or cultural norms.
Freedom Project Podcast Group
July 21, 2017
The week after America celebrated the 4th of July, SPOT 127 embarked on the Freedom Project: a podcast workshop in partnership with Dr. Wanda Tucker, Rio Salado College's faculty chair for Psychology, Philosophy and Religious Studies.
Gisselle Loera
May 16, 2017
With a variety of options available to college students to pay off college tuition (scholarships, loans, jobs, etc.), a new seemingly “easier” alternative has increased in popularity; becoming a sugar baby.
Olivia Parker
May 15, 2017
After three years in remission for breast cancer, a Scottsdale woman and her daughter are struggling to decide what is more important; getting tests done to see if her daughter has a chance for cancer or being put in a high-risk pool.