College isn't easy. There’s a lot to feel overwhelmed about - friendships, relationships, internships, and the scariest thing of all... graduating. On this podcast, we talk to fellow college students about the things that are keeping us up at night. Join us every other Friday for a new episode of All Nighters.
Pairing Up in the Pod
Meeting people, dating and starting a relationship is hard to do regardless of age, timing and place. Since the pandemic began, it has become downright difficult. On today’s show, Mako Mendoza and Ciara Carlyle, both seniors at Brown, share an...
The Elephant in the Room
You may be surprised to meet an outspoken conservative student at Brown University – a place which holds the stereotype of being a haven for students with super liberal views. This election cycle has highlighted the division throughout the country...
Life on Hold
With the majority of colleges and universities holding classes over Zoom this semester, students are stuck attending school from their bedrooms. Faced with the new realities of remote learning, some students have chosen an attractive alternative:...
Freshmen Year: Nobody’s Here
If you've ever been on a college campus without students around, it can seem lonely. This semester, Monica Ocitti, who is a first-year student at Brown University, is not only one of just a few people at school, but she is the only student living in...
Life After Death: Part 2
Note: This episode contains descriptions of schizophrenia and suicide. Today's show is the second half of our conversation with Melissa Perez. She discusses how she continues to process her grief while keeping her brother's memory alive.
Life After Death: Part 1
Note: This episode contains descriptions of schizophrenia and suicide. Suicide is the 10th most common cause of death in America, yet it is the second most common among college-aged individuals. More than half of students have had suicidal...
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Lindsey Krill is the voice of our generation😳
Love this podcast! Entertaining and relevant always
Heartwarming and insightful
After listening to the “Life After Death” episodes, I knew this podcast was going to be my new go-to during early morning commutes. As a college student living with mental illness myself, I found All Nighters to offer honest, refreshing perspective that other podcasts found quite difficult to capture. The stories about love, loss, stress, and family are unique and genuine, and the host has a wonderful gift for storytelling. I highly recommend this podcast for anyone curious about the triumphs and struggles young people face at school or just looking for a new way to pass the time at home!