‘No Matter What, We’ll Always Be Friends’


By MG21 High School Students | June 7, 2019

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  • MG21 senior Luke Hennings in the WPR music library during a field trip. Not pictured, Noah Ebert. (Jenny Peek/WPR)

MG21 senior Luke Hennings in the WPR music library during a field trip. Not pictured, Noah Ebert. (Jenny Peek/WPR)

Best friends and Monona Grove Liberal Arts Charter School classmates Luke Hennings and Noah Ebert talk about the beginning of their friendship and why they’ll always be friends. The seniors talk about adventures at water parks and skate parks, loyalty, and watching a “mutating” fly.

(Warning: the following audio contains language that some may find objectionable.)

 

Hear from more MG21 students throughout the year on “Wisconsin Life” and on the special, “Classroom Frequency: Student Voices From Wisconsin.”

MG21 High School Students

During the 2018-2019 school year, Monona Grove Liberal Arts Charter School, or MG21, high school students created radio pieces for Wisconsin Public Radio’s “Wisconsin Life.” The final stories were featured on the radio and online through the “Classroom Frequency: Student Voices From Wisconsin” project.
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