This past summer, the Wildcat 91.9 and The College of Architecture, Planning and Design here at Kansas State University collaborated on a special project for one of the college’s classes. In Planning 699: Planning in Pop Culture, students learned about the relationship of urban planning and pop culture in today’s society. As part of that exploration, students created a radio show detailing some of their findings. The two-hour show aired on Monday, June 10th.
The show has been awarded the 2013 New Horizons Award from Kansas’s American Planning Association. The award will be presented during the Kansas Planning Conference at the Hilton Garden Center in Manhattan on October 4th. If you missed the show’s original air date, take a listen to the two hour special right here: