Media Team: Poet’s Blox segment to air this week!

The Media Team on March 24th, did their third set of interviews for Eye On Campus. These interviews focused on the green house and window farm.

A few of the questions this time were:

What is the window farm?
How does the window farm work?
Where is the green house located?
What were some of the difficulties with the green house plans?

The media team also filmed the interior and exterior of the Echohouse and the lot. The editing for the Poet’s Blox segment is almost done! It will be ready to air in the first webisode of Eye On Campus, in the upcoming week. More details will be added as to when the webisode will air and where to view it as the week goes on.

Thanks to everyone for making the interviews possible!

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Media Team & Eye On Campus Interviews – Part 2

The Media team on Thursday March 17th, did their second set of interviews for Eye On Campus. This time the focus was on the Echohouse. Unfortunately not all interviewees were available. We are hoping to have their interviews done the following Thursday.

Some of the questions this time were

What is the purpose of the Echohouse?
What are the projects for the Echohouse?
What is the purpose of the empty lot?
What do you plan to turn the empty lot into?
How did you come up with the pop can heater idea?
How does the pop can heater work?

Due to the amount of content on the Green Corridor. Media Team requested that this segment be split into two. This has been approved and there will be two webisodes back to back on the Green Corridor.

The media team is looking forward to the upcoming interviews and finishing the segments!

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Media Team & Eye On Campus Interviews – Part 1

The Media team on Thursday March 10th, did their first set of interviews for EYE ON CAMPUS. The first set of interviews were focused on the Poet’s Blox.

Some of the questions asked were:

What were the intentions for the green corridor?

What inspired the idea for the Poet’s Blox?

How is the LED screen an important part of the Poet’s Blox?

What will the space be used for when it’s done?

The Media team has been in contact with Jim Lorenzen, who donated the Windspire for the Poet’s Blox. He was unable to make it on Thursday to be interviewed. Hopefully we will be able to arrange a better time soon to do his interview.

The interviews were a great success and we look forward to the upcoming interviews with the Ecohouse!

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