The Blue Band on YouTube
Vince Verbeke ’82 called my attention to the fact that you can now watch WPSU-TV’s excellent one-hour special, Making the Blue Band, on YouTube. Or, if 58 minutes is a little longer than you like to spend in front of your computer monitor, you can watch the five-minute trailer for the show.
It turns out that WPSU (which some of you may remember as WPSX-TV; they changed the call letters a few years back) has a whole channel on YouTube, where you can find everything from full-length specials on autism, Alzheimer’s, and other topics, to episodes of the high-school game show Scholastic Scrimmage, to three- to five-minute gardening pieces on such topics as composting, growing blueberries, and creating a butterfly garden. I also noticed an interview from last football season with Sean Lee, who was taking a medical redshirt at the time while rehabbing a knee injury.
Lots of good stuff here.
Tina Hay, editor
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