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Iceland 2014 Documentary [LISTEN]

The Radio Department’s Covering International Festivals: Iceland class wrapped up, and that means our documentary about Icelandic culture is now available for YOUR listening pleasure. Check it out right here, right now for stories about Icelandic sports, how climate change is affecting Iceland, the LGBT community, gender equality, and the whaling controversy. Want more behind-the-scenes action? Check out our main blog for links to all our work, including a trailer, photos, blooper reel, links to our interviews and show reviews, and more. Thanks to Iceland Airwaves and Columbia College Chicago’s Radio Department for a spectacular trip!

 

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Iceland Airwaves Day Six (11/10): Looking Back (Reflection)

It’s insane looking back on everything that has happened in the past week here in Reykjavík. It’s crazy to think that this whole adventure started out as ten college students and our teacher in a classroom, excited that we got in the class, but also a little bit terrified as to what was going to happen next. This Covering International Festivals: Iceland class has been an amazing experience, even though it’s not  completely done yet.

Ericka, Jessica Braun and Dan hanging out before a show
Ericka, Jessica Braun and Dan hanging out before a show

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Iceland Airwaves 2014 Day Four (11/08): Vorheese, Blaenavon, Brain Police, Jed & Hera (REVIEW)

Finally, a day with a bit more relaxation came our way. The Covering International Festivals: Iceland class of 2014 went on the Golden Circle Tour for day four.  It felt so good to finally have a day where we weren’t working nonstop. It was also great to get out of the city, even for just a few hours, and enjoy the expansive stretch of untouched Icelandic nature.

Taken from the bus on the Golden Circle Tour
Taken from the bus on the Golden Circle Tour

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