231 episodes

Humanities Radio is the University of Utah College of Humanities' Podcast. Our goal is to lead conversations about the humanities in the 21st century.

We will talk with faculty, students and alumni to share information and ideas about the importance of the humanities in today's world.

Humanities Radio University of Utah College of Humanities

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 9 Ratings

Humanities Radio is the University of Utah College of Humanities' Podcast. Our goal is to lead conversations about the humanities in the 21st century.

We will talk with faculty, students and alumni to share information and ideas about the importance of the humanities in today's world.

    Humanities Radio Presents Comm 3520: To Be a True Sports Fan

    Humanities Radio Presents Comm 3520: To Be a True Sports Fan

    What does it mean to be a true sports fan? Zach Robinson tells us.

    • 5 min
    Humanities Radio Presents Comm 3520: The Pandemic Is Still Affecting Small Businesses

    Humanities Radio Presents Comm 3520: The Pandemic Is Still Affecting Small Businesses

    Salt Lake City small businesses are still feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Sophia Roney visits the popular 9th and 9th neighborhood to tell us more.

    • 4 min
    Humanities Radio Presents Comm 3520: Ute Baseball Marches Forward

    Humanities Radio Presents Comm 3520: Ute Baseball Marches Forward

    Baseball season has arrived in Salt Lake City and with it, Utes baseball has returned to Smith’s Ballpark. Robbie Pearson dives into their current season and future on-campus stadium plans.

    • 4 min
    Humanities Radio Presents Comm 3520: Be Bold, Start Cold: Women’s Wine Hiking Society of Utah

    Humanities Radio Presents Comm 3520: Be Bold, Start Cold: Women’s Wine Hiking Society of Utah

    With the warm weather just around the corner hiking season is upon us, and an all-women’s hiking club has a unique take on what hiking means to them. Parly Scott has more.

    • 5 min
    Humanities Radio Presents Comm 3520: The U's Harm Reduction Center & Fit To Recover are Saving Lives

    Humanities Radio Presents Comm 3520: The U's Harm Reduction Center & Fit To Recover are Saving Lives

    In March 2023, the Food and Drug Administration approved pharmacists to distribute naloxone without a prescription. A year later, Mason Russell reports it's not just pharmacies that are providing access to the life saving medicine.

    • 6 min
    Humanities Radio Presents Comm 3520: Local Pushback May Not Stop Gondola in a Utah Canyon

    Humanities Radio Presents Comm 3520: Local Pushback May Not Stop Gondola in a Utah Canyon

    The $521 million Little Cottonwood Canyon gondola proposal will require 22 towers and span eight miles from the bottom of the canyon to the base of Alta. Malcolm Swope got in touch with Students For The Wasatch and others to learn about the impacts.

    • 3 min

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