Storytelling

Courtesy/Cordelia Okpei

Cordelia Okpei is a public broadcasting producer and host in Nigeria, presently visiting friends here in Fort Wayne.

Andy Senter

The Trap Door returned to Welch’s Ale House on November 21 with another lineup of four storytellers. We are listening back to that showcase on WBOI Presents.

Margaux Pintelon

 This week on WBOI, we’re featuring the voices of international students from Purdue University Fort Wayne as part of a series called “Margaux’s Microphone.”

We gave Belgian exchange student Margaux Pintelon a recorder for the semester, and asked her to interview other exchange students about their experiences in Fort Wayne.

This morning we’ll hear from Robert Lokau from Switzerland. In this interview, Robert talks about his perception of American culture and mentality.

 

Margaux Pintelon

This week on WBOI, we’re featuring the voices of international students from Purdue University Fort Wayne as part of a series called “Margaux’s Microphone.”

We gave Belgian exchange student Margaux Pintelon a recorder for the semester, and asked her to interview other exchange students about their experiences in Fort Wayne.

This afternoon we’ll hear from Junyeong Sung from South Korea. Sung shares his observations of the people and the transportation (or lack thereof) in Fort Wayne.

 

Margaux Pintelon

 This week on WBOI, we’re featuring the voices of several international students from Purdue University Fort Wayne.

They’re part of a series called “Margaux’s Microphone,” an idea that came together after Belgian exchange student Margaux Pintelon approached WBOI earlier this fall about volunteering at the station.

So, we gave Margaux a recorder, and asked her to interview other exchange students about their experiences in Fort Wayne.

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