Guest "experts" give a religious and scientific perspective to stem cell research in Jackson, Morgan, and Dekwan's video.
Paris and Magaly discuss civil liberties and public safety in their news story on the debate over a DNA databse.
Amberly, Devant'e and Austin present both sides of the concealed carry debate while including perspective from multiple stakeholders.
Yara, Monique and Jack take a look at public opinion on same-sex marriage, and marriage rights around the world.
Josh, Maria, Irene, and Jelani with a knockout production using the facilities of Waycross Media in their video on censorship.
Aun'ay and Jasmine use green-screen technology on a budget with production help from Jon. Great integration of video clips from pop culture adds relevance.
Misael and Antonio employ a very contemporary "vlog" format to present both sides of their research on gun control.
Jared, Marc and Kevin look at factory farming. An effective use of voiceover allows the creative use of photographs and infographics.
The greater Cincinnati area came under global focus as Science Guy Bill Nye and Answers in Genesis founder Ken Ham continued the evolution/creation debate.
At the same time, AGS Warriors examined the role of public opinion and the media in addressing a prend shaping public policy. Like evolution, Americans carry on ongoing discourse on topics such as cloning, factory farming, stem cell research, the use of drones, and immigration. Students researched all sides of their topic and produced a TV news "Reality Check" segment to present their findings.