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Subculture Episode 4: Thrifting
In the fourth episode of Subculture, hosts Olga Muys and Michaela Seah take a look at thrifting's recent shift from a taboo, shameful thing, to one of the most popular sources of clothing for young people, and what the reasons and consequences of that shift might be.
Subculture is a series from KPLY and Anthro Magazine focusing on the deeper history, meaning, and issues with today's popular internet niches and aesthetics.
Community Episode 2: The Asian-American Experience
This podcast is a deep dive into the Asian American experience at Palo Alto High School. Inspired by the recent rise in Asian American hate crimes, and the increase in people speaking out against anti-Asian American racism, Ash and Arati discuss students’ personal experiences as well as talking about how Asian hate is not new. Intended for anyone who wants to learn more about Asian American students’ experiences, or who wants to feel less alone in their struggles.
ABC Radio Episode 4: The Great Ace Attorney (Dai Gyakuten Saiban)
ABC Radio Episode 4: The Great Ace Attorney (Dai Gyakuten Saiban) by
Class of COVID
Palo Alto High School seniors of the Incubator Journalism class discuss their final year of high school, during the pandemic.
Hosted by Josephine Andersen and Juliana Griswold. With guests Jacquelyn Lai, Owen Longstreth, Michaela Seah and Gwyneth Wong.
Rising Artists Episode 4: Spill Tab
Host Amy Yu analyzes the production of French-Korean indie-pop artist Spill Tab and explores Spill Tab’s path to music. This episode was brought to you by KPLY and The Paly Voice.
Step Left: Episode 4- #StopAsianHate...With Cops?
Anthro Magazine and KPLY present Step Left, a podcast about all things politically left. Host Michaela Seah sits down with Victoria Law, Chinese American, prison abolitionist and author to talk about why the police can't and won't #StopAsianHate.
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