Natalie is a recent graduate from Washington State University. She started writing radio features at her high school’s radio station 889 TheBridge and soon thereafter participated in RadioActive's summer 2016 workshop.
At WSU Natalie worked with Northwest Public Broadcasting where she was the Morning Edition producer, and an On-Air host. Last summer, she helped cover the BLM protests in Spokane and Pullman. She also had the privilege of working with the KUOW newsroom, and did a story for the “Voices of the Pandemic” series.
Washington's dry spell may be coming to an end.
It's finals week at Washington State University: A symbolic end to a difficult semester for many students. WSU roommates Dan and Campbell talked about navigating the pandemic in a social environment like college.
“April, do you think youth easily get away with committing crimes? “In certain cases, yes, because adults think that we’re still learning right from...
"The day of the election, I felt like I was not wanted in this country. Period." "Trump actually, I believe, cares about people." "It is real. This is...
Sam, 17, has a bright smile and is always making her friends laugh. But in seventh grade, Sam struggled. She was trying to figure out her role in the...
Did you dress yourself this morning, or did an entire industry? Today, RadioActive's Surya Hendry and Natalie Newcomb phone fashion professors, scroll...
Summer has started, which means there are now eight new RadioActive journalists at KUOW. Natalie and Brian took up the first podcast for this group and...