June 28th, 2010
05:55 PM ET

Summer So Far

With CNN Student News off the air, a lot of people have been asking if I'm off work.  No...though a two-month vacation would be sweet.  I've spent a bit of time with my family and done some mountain biking, but I've also been hard at work hosting an event called Leadership Unplugged.  It's a conference involving dozens of CNN employees, the staff of 21st Century Leaders, and 99 Georgia high school students selected for their talent and leadership potential.

My job included presenting, moderating discussion panels, and emceeing a dinner event, as well as getting to meet some of the brightest juniors and seniors out there.  As you can imagine, it involved a lot of talking, and as you'd expect, I loved it.  So while I may not be hosting the daily show, I'm still doing a lot of public speaking and (hopefully) staying in reporting shape for fall semester...

What have you been up to?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

Filed under: Behind the scenes
June 2nd, 2010
03:54 PM ET

Headlines You'd Like to See

School Budgets Increased       Middle East Peace Achieved       Gulf Oil Leak Sealed

Economy Turns the Corner       College Costs Down       All Troops Home Safe

These are some examples of headlines we'd all like to see.  And though CNN Student News will be off the air until Monday, August 16, we'll still be here, following the news, looking for reports we can prepare for your 2010-11 school year.

What headline would you most like to see when you come back to school?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

Filed under: Feedback • News Coverage