From All Corners shares stories from UC Berkeley’s International House residents to inspire intercultural learning and greater global understanding.
Bonus Under the Dome: Valerie Ong
For this bonus, closing episode we decided to flip the tables and asked Magnus Aston, our first Under the Dome guest, to interview our usual host instead! Valerie calls in to talk about travel adventures, the concept of YOLO, Hogwarts houses, and an...
Under the Dome: Tom-Christian Armes
For this episode we checked in with Tom-Christian Armes, a psychology student on exchange from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Tom joins us from his home in Norway to talk about — among other things — his recent tattoo, his mother,...
Under the Dome: Diler Cavdar
Diler Cavdar, a master’s student at UC Berkeley School of Law, calls in from her room at I-House — a top-secret room that Diler is very protective of as she has resided there for three years! Diler joins us to reminisce about a special family tradition,...
Under the Dome: Maria Zielinska
Maria Zielinska, an art history student on exchange from University College London, calls in from her home in the north of Poland. Maria joins us to talk about her current favorite hobbies, a beautiful day spent in a coastal English village, and a...
Under the Dome: Abhinav Deshmukh
In this episode we chatted with Abhinav Deshmukh, a MBA student at the Haas School of Business. What do I-House, the movie Argo, a landmark legal case, and an Olympian athlete have in common? Tune in to hear these and other stories from Abhinav!
Under the Dome: Paulina Tarr
Paulina Tarr, a junior at Cal, calls in from her room at I-House. Paulina joins us to share stories about her treasured family album, the meaningful experiences she has gained this year all over the Bay, and adventures with friends in her dearly...
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Absolutely enlightening podcast. Not only did it feel casual, and approachable, it touched on the sensitive topic of migration, an issue that many of us are impacted by, directly and indirectly.
I also really appreciated the tone of honesty within the interview that was definitely enabled by Maria’s immaculate interviewing.
I look forward to future episodes and hope more people enjoy it as much as I have.
Can’t wait for the future episodes!!!
The next "Humans of NY"
This podcast has the serious potential to be the next Humans of NY, except with more in-depth exploration of the huge diversity and knowledge present at I-House. So excited to hear the next episode!