Water Wisdom with Katelyn Vengersammy

There are many ways to learn more about the earth, as well as how to save it. One way is through community events. In this 5-minute podcast, journalist fellows Katelyn Vengersammy and Aviana Loveall visited the Sierra College, Rocklin campus as they hosted an Earth Day event on April 28, 2022. This event lasted from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with vendors,  student clubs, small businesses, nonprofits, and others that are local to the Sacramento area. Events ranged from nature walks, a rock-climbing wall, craft-making, and giveaways.

Hosting “Water Wisdom” is Katelyn Vengersammy, accompanied by Aviana Loveall who worked on the audio. Within this podcast, you will hear from Elia Rivas, Arlene Jamar, and Doug Brewer as they each explain why water is important in terms of how it helps the earth, as well as how it helps our minds.



Editor’s Note

This story is one in a set produced by a team of journalist fellows at Sierra College who were awarded grants from the California Humanities “Emerging Journalist” Fellowship. Read more about the team and their project here: “Bends and Banks: Communities, Water, and the American River.” 

Produced and Reported by Katelyn Vengersammy and Aviana Loveall | Cover Art by Katelyn Vengersammy

Katelyn Vengersammy is a Photography & Video major at Sierra College, currently working from Rocklin. She served as Editor-in-Chief of Roundhouse in 2021. She plans to transfer to California State University, Sacramento and major in Photojournalism in fall 2022.
Aviana Loveall
Aviana Loveall is a Communication Studies major at Sierra College from Roseville. Her interest areas include fashion and pop culture news. She served as Anchor and Producer on Roundhouse in 2021-2022. She plans to continue in the major with her interests and transfer to California State University, Chico in fall 2022.


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