Related Program: Morning Edition JenX: The Amulet for Generation Z By Jennifer James • Jun 24, 2014 Related Program: Morning Edition TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit Etsy seller 1967Crawford / https://www.etsy.com/shop/1967Crawford This Week on Jen X, Jennifer James looks back on a difficult past and its unexpected outcomes through the lens of generational differences. Listen Listening... / 4:06 You can read Jennifer’s blog at jenx67.com. Tags: JenXJennifer JamesBlogGeneration XGeneration ZTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content JenX: From STEM to STEAM By Nikole Robinson Carroll & Jennifer James • May 27, 2014 AlanCleaver / Flickr The academic year is over for schools across Oklahoma this month. This week on JenX, Jennifer James reflects on our state's curriculum versus a mother's wishes for her children's education. You can follow Jennifer's blog at jenx67.com. JenX is Back.... and Growing! By Nikole Robinson Carroll & Jennifer James • May 12, 2014 Jennifer James / http://www.jenx67.com/ This week, JenX is expanding. Jennifer James gives the details. Starting tomorrow, JenX resumes airing Tuesday mornings at 7:35 on Morning Edition on KOSU. You can follow Jennifer James on her blog here and on Twitter @_JenniferJames. Follow Jennifer Dennis Smith on Twitter at @JenniferDS_APR JenX: The Past and Future of Movies in Oklahoma City By Jennifer Lindsey McClintock • Jun 10, 2014 The summer blockbuster movie season is going strong. In this week’s JenX, Jennifer Lindsey McClintock takes us back to a younger age of film making. Jennifer is an Oklahoma City native who works in marketing and public relations. You can reach her on Twitter: @jeninthe405. JenX: Introducing Self-Identified "Air Force Wife" Jennifer Martin By Nikole Robinson Carroll & Jennifer Martin • Jun 3, 2014 Sam Howzit (aloha75) / Flickr This week on JenX, we introduce a new Jen - Jennifer Martin. For her first contribution to the series, she reflects on the ways her life is about to change as her husband retires from the military. JenX: Remembering the Moore Tornado By Michael Cross & Jennifer Lindsey McClintock • May 20, 2014 Today marks one year since an EF5 tornado killed 25 people and devastated communities in southwest Oklahoma City and Moore. Jennifer Lindsey McClintock has this remembrance in this week’s JenX. Jennifer is an Oklahoma City native who works in marketing and public relations. You can reach her on twitter at @jeninthe405.