Sophia Jozwiak is the Digital Content and Communities Assistant for 101.9 WDET, supporting the adaptation of radio content for digital platforms and monitoring social media engagement. Prior to joining WDET, Jozwiak studied Arts and Humanities at Michigan State University, where she worked as a Digital Consultant at the RCAH Language and Media Center. Her favorite time to listen to the station is while crafting.

What to look for from Third Man Records this month

Discovering new music is one of the things you’ve told us you love the most about WDET. To satisfy your...

The legacy of the Lunar Landing 53 years later

On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins left Earth’s comfy atmosphere and headed off into the...

Bringing Detroit’s Indigenous history to the forefront

The city of Detroit turns 321 years old this Sunday, but its history predates the French. To learn more about...

Opera MODO is transforming the medium

A classic comedic opera was given a new lease on life, thanks to Opera MODO. The Detroit arts organization is...

What to know about the Concert of Colors 2022

The Concert of Colors is back in full swing for the 2022 season. Founded by WDET’s own Ismael Ahmed (host...

Reflecting on the inclusive beginnings of the Concert of Colors

Detroit has long been a destination for immigrant communities, dating to before Henry Ford began the first automotive assembly line...

How video games are shaping entertainment

Video games have been a multi-trillion-dollar industry for years now. But over the course of the pandemic, gaming has become...

Cass Café to close its doors

The rumors are true: The legendary Cass Café is closing its doors after 29 years. Melody Baetens of The Detroit...

How private is your data?

It’s happened to all of us. You’re talking with friends about a product, and then you open a social media...

Ballot initiative aims to protect abortion rights in Michigan

Michigan’s 1931 law banning abortion is on hold due to a judge’s injunction preventing its enforcement. For now, abortions can...