Featured pieces from GenKP.com (Kaiser Permanente):
- Stephen Curry teams up with Kaiser Permanente to #OwnNow: Coverage of NBA star Steph Curry’s campaign with Kaiser Permanente to encourage millennials to own their health.
- Millennial Management: Adapting to a Changing Workforce: What’s the right way to manage the new boom of gen-Y workers?
- Thriving through the Heart Walk: A KP employee shares her story of how stroke and heart disease has impacted her family, and why she supports the American Heart Association’s mission.
- Innovation through Diversity: A Conversation with Dr. Ronald Copeland: Interview with Kaiser Permanente’s Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer on overcoming unconscious biases and the benefits of a diverse workforce.
- The Myth of Narcissism and Millennials: Are millennials as narcissistic as they’re cracked up to be? A look into the new “me me me” generation.
Music and Event Coverage:
- Cannibal Radio: Long-form piece about the survival of college radio, with a focus on the Bay Area independent music scene and KUSF’s brutal takedown.
- Sufjan Stevens goes electronic, experimental with “The Age of Adz”: Review of Sufjan Stevens’ eclectic album, published in the KSCU Fall 2010 Program Guide.
- Treasure Island Festival: Coverage of the two-day indie rock/ electronic music fest, featuring an interview with Swedish synth-pop band Little Dragon, published in The Santa Clara newspaper.
- Independent Artists in a Digital Era: Who needs a record label? Rethinking success in the music industry, featuring interviews with Hype Machine founder Anthony Volodkin and Keepaway frontman Nick Nauman.
- Outside Lands Festival: Coverage of the third annual Outside Lands Festival in Golden Gate Park, featured in The Santa Clara newspaper.
- Cullen Omori of Smith Westerns talks touring with MGMT and returning to SXSW: Interview with indie upstart Smith Westerns’ frontman on recording their new album and playing model in Rolling Stone.
- KSCU Winter 2010 Program Guide: Alternative ‘zine created for KSCU 103.3 FM.
- One for the Birds: concert photography featured in The Brooklyn Rail.