NewsDepth 2021-2022 | Episode 26

In this week's episode, we take a look back at what we missed over break: a new Supreme Court justice, a first for NASA, and a new diplomatic punishment for Russia at the United Nations.  

Next, we crack open an egg-cellent story about the ancient Ukrainian tradition of pysanka.    

Then, baseball is back! We cover a historic first on first base at San Francisco’s Oracle Park, and a new season – with a new name – in Cleveland.   

Finally, we celebrate Earth Day by talkin’ trash – specifically, how one artist is using it to spread an environmental message.

United Nations (noun): An organization of countries established to promote international cooperation. It was founded after World War II, to prevent future conflict.

Abstain (verb): To choose not to do something.

Pagan (adjective): A blanket term for a religion that is outside of accepted Western religions, like Christianity and Judaism.

Greenhouse Gas (noun): A gas that can trap heat in Earth’s atmosphere, contributing to climate change.

Invasive Species (noun): An organism that is not native to a particular area, and can become overpopulated, often harming its new environment.

Aquifer (noun): An underground layer of rock that holds groundwater.

We tell you all about Earth Day, and now we’re wondering: How are you celebrating Earth Day?

You can use the inbox form to submit your answers.

We cover the Opening Days of Ohio’s Major League Baseball teams, and for this week’s poll, we’re wondering: Which Major League Baseball team do you root for? You can choose between the Cincinnati Reds, the Cleveland Guardians, “A different baseball team,” or “I don’t follow baseball.” Click here to vote!

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