We produce a quarterly digital magazine featuring work from our Bridge media students, interns and assistant producers.
- Adrian Santoyo | Bridge Student
- Aidan Lacanlale | Bridge Student
- Luke Thomas | Intern
- Nubia Correa | Intern
- Sam Macleay | Intern
- Jonathon Manion | Bridge Student
- Yuki Guan | Intern
- Tara Nguyen | Bridge Student
- Pranav Thurgam | Bridge Student
- Ethan Chen | Intern
- Brooke Eickmann | Intern
- Sydney Wanguhu | Intern
- Ivelisse Diaz | Assistant Producer
Video & Photography
- Dayrin Moran | Bridge Student
- Ikeoluwa Oladoja | Bridge Student
- Tuesday Bakker | Bridge Student
- Navaeh Carr | Bridge Student
- Jalen Black | Intern
- Onessa Sharuga | Assistant Producer
By Aidan Rye Lacanlale This podcast tells the story of how I got started with my passion for music! Pay attention while I go through all the steps I took to get started with this passion that is so important to me. Coming to you from YR Media of course.
The Social Significance of Bad bunny
By Adrian Santoyo This is a podcast that discusses the social significance of Latin music around the world, particularly in the case of the world-famous artist, Bad Bunny. Listen as we take a look at the various ways Bad Bunny has impacted not just the music community, but the world through his use of unique artistic choices. Coming to you from YR Media.
Summer School for Readers
4 Nonfiction novels to capture your attention!
“you’re probably with that blonde girl…”
As someone who wasn’t particularly confident at fourteen. I was distraught. All of my friends reassured me that she was a hag, in an almost Knives Chau-esque manner.
Jonathon’s bridge work
Hand of the purple king REPEATING PATTERN Hobo joe TALKING ANIMATION P u n c h
Starbucks & Me: The ‘Convenient’ Choice
I was only 7 when I began to hide my name.
The MacleayCast is an ongoing series, that opens up about topics that have made my family who they are. Enjoy the first episode, coming from YR Raw, that delves into the harsh history of my family.
21st Century Black Girl
By Ikeoluwa Oladoja Ikeoluwa is a 21st century black girl who tells a story of three 21st century black girls who are close to her. Ikeoluwa captures what defines this women from their origin down to what they hope and live for in their day to day lives.
The Diary of A Mad Black Panther
Documentary by Onessa Sharufa “In this project, I wanted to understand more about my families’ involvement with the Black Panther Party. Though I have more family members that were in the Black Panther Party, I chose to focus on 3 varying perspectives of being involved in the Party to feel my fuel my project.”
By Tuesday Bakker
by Jalen Black My film is called inspiration to inspire other that they could do anything that they want and make their dreams come true. The message in this video is that success is not an accident it’s a choice.
Inside Indie Bookstores: A Literary Insurrection
In 2009, professionals predicted the death of Independent “Indie” Bookstores across the nation. The rise in superstores and big-book chains foretold the eventual demise of such unconventional small-businesses. Yet, the outcomes were not all that was expected. In the past 12 years, Indie Bookstores across the nation have bounced back – even during the tumultuous pandemic era.
my Mom vs. big tech: Google in San Jose
For a few years there’s been talk of Google opening a campus in San Jose — right in the neighborhood of my family’s business of wholesale produce and groceries. Google has over seventy offices in about fifty countries, and in the past, these campuses weren’t always met with the warmest of welcomes.
Here’s what you need to know about Castro Valley Unified School District’s return to in-person learning
Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, students around the world have traded their textbooks for laptops. Some countries have been able to return to campus, but the United States has been delayed in this process.