Hosts Jasmine Gidney and Aaron Sousa explore whether Black Lives Matters and Indigenous right protests represent a real awakening or only a harbinger of growing racial intolerance.
Hosts Lars Schwarz and Morgan Bell search for the New Brunswick identity with the help of branding experts, dialect enthusiasts, conflict intervenors and the ghost of Richard Hatfield.
On today’s show we’re asking visual artists, musicians, writers what they’ve been doing with their time alone, and what came of it. And how a few of them managed to make a buck with this thing called social media.
Hosts Jessica Johnson and Hannah Rudderham explore how diminished economic opportunities and rising climate anxiety are widening the generation gap..
Ten surprising things about Latin American culture you never would have guessed: Dianna Chavez and Sofia Paura will give you an insiders look at everything from Telenovella, to plastic surgery to the sainthood of Selena.
Fiona Steele and Lizzie Polk talk to people who do non-gender conforming work to find out how far we’ve come and how far we still need to go when it comes to sexual equality.
From the clubhouse to Whitehouse, cheating is permeating every aspect of culture. What’s the cost of a win-at-any-cost approach to public and private life? Matthew Daigle and Garrett Moore explore.
Host Patty Saad looks at the people who make the Fredericton theatre scene a creative oasis for newcomers. And she plays some tunes she remembers hearing on her brother’s Walkman.
Hosts Hermine de Pontevès and Johnathan Duffy take a look at education reform in New Brunswick and why young people are back playing games face to face.
Hosts Lauren Hoyt and Hillary Latham explore why millennials struggle to sleep and whether recycling is a waste.
Explore the age of untruth with special guest Daniel Dale, who documents Trumps tall tales for the Toronto Star.
Hosts Bruna Porta and Anna Jung look at the pressures faced by international students from arriving in a strange, new country to finding a job that will let them stay.
Host Sayan Chatterjee, along with special guest Husoni Raymond, explore why Black voices matter, and what it’s like growing up Black in Fredericton, while reporter Alishya Weiland brings to light Fredericton’s dark history of black face in the Smokey Mokes minstrel troupe.
Hosts Julia Pazzano and Alishya Weiland explore the millennial diet and how fast-food delivery apps, multi-level marketers and body obsessiveness are shaping unhealthy lifestyles.
On this Valentine Day set-up, hosts Jerry-Faye Flatt and Caitlin Dutt talk to those creative types who make love when they make art.
This final episode is all about building a music community… and making a few bucks along the way.
Today, Jakob and Daniel discuss Africa as a vibrant culture and an emerging continent.
Today, Natalie and Jonathan are discussing the rapid change in transportation, from electric cars, self-driving cars, Über and other apps.
This episode major in botany to talk about the upcoming marijuana legalization and a minor in (pool) politics.
This episode of RadioU majors in sports marketing and minors in sports journalism.
Today, St. Thomas radio journalism class majors in gender studies and questions why “the customer is always right” often ends up with the women being wronged. We’re also minoring in Science and Technology Studies by talking to New Brunswick women who are slowly changing the “boys club culture” of the tech world.
Where does local business fit in when the world has Amazon? Are millennials buying at home, or are they going online? What are some success stories with businesses in Fredericton. Join RadioU for this and more!
It’s Valentine’s Day and Romance is in the air. But what does romance mean in 2018? Can it survive the #MeToo moment? And are we having less sex than our grandparents did?
A look at social activism on campus, from social media activism to protesting, from social entrepreneurship to climate change.
This week, an unofficial aboriginal education: what we need to know.