Category Archives: WANM Radio News

Stories produced by students in FAMU’s Radio News Practicum course.

Understanding Anemia: A three-part radio series

By Jasmine Harris, WANM Radio News

According to the Mayo Clinic, Anemia is a condition in which you don’t have enough healthy red blood cells to carry adequate oxygen to your tissues. Having anemia may make you feel exhausted. There are many forms of anemia, each with its own cause. Anemia can be temporary or long term, and it can range from mild to severe.

“The Talk:” A three-part radio series

WANM Radio News Reporter Aria Aaron explores the role of raising an African-American child in the wake of the Trayvon Martin case.

WANM Radio News Special Report: Understanding Diabetes


WANM Radio News Reporter Crystal Jordan examines diabetes from three different perspectives.



An overview

Adults living with Diabetes

Children living with Diabetes


WANM Radio News Special Report: A Conversation with the Champion Family

Robert Champion

Photo of Robert Champion


Robert and Pam Champion, parents of deceased FAMU drum major Robert Champion, speak with WANM News Reporter Niekeisha Pryce in a phone interview (3-part-series).

Robert and Pam Champion, Associated Press


Television Not so Good For Infants

Reporter: Kiarra B. Hart, WANM Radio News

This is a brief about the effects that television may have on infants and toddlers. The American Academy of Pediatrics reported that excessive television exposure provides no interaction time and can lead to speech impediment.

Parking Problems Continue on Local Campuses

By Lizeatra Wilson

Reporter, WANM News 90.5

Moving closer to campus seems like it would shorten the commute for college kids but, parking on both campuses has increased that. Florida A&M University student Nicholas Holliinghead, 23, said, “I live about fifteen minutes away from campus and I have to leave 45 minutes prior in order to find parking on campus.” Read the rest of this entry


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