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Penny for Your Thoughts (Pt 2)
A young member of the German Coast Guard wonders what the people on the other end of the radio are thinking about before Deans Bartram, Johnson, & Keele chat with students about their feelings and expectations for this semester, their views on getting vaccinated, and their thoughts on the state of AU student-run social media accounts.
A Penny for Your Thoughts (Pt 1)
A Bad Lip Reading's Luke Skywalker shares a penny's worth of thoughts with Yoda before Dean Bartram and Dean Keele host a live discussion to hear what AU Students are thinking about topics ranging from the COVID-19 Pandemic to the 2020 Electoral Cycle. Dean Keele closes the episode with a few thoughts of his own. Music by Epidemic Sound.
Secure The Bag!
Andrew Yang reminds us to "secure the bag" before Dean Bartram, Dean Johnson, and Dean Keele lead a live discussion about identifying your bag and how to secure it. Featuring MH residents who hopped in live to share their views! Music from Epidemic Sound.
"What Does This Mean?" (Pandemic Edition)
Yosemite Bear observes a double rainbow all the way across the sky before Ethan Jasper, Steven Injety, Josiah Everett, Kyle Smith, Michael Nixon, and DK discuss making meaning in a world dealing with the chaos of COVID-19. Warning: episode may age like milk.
Origins: Celebrating Black History Month at AU
AU students describe their favorite ways to celebrate Black History Month before guest host Michael Nixon (AU VP for Diversity & Inclusion) facilitates a panel discussion about the joys, questions, and complexities of celebrating Black History Month at AU. Featuring panelists Michael Cuke, Jackie Dohna, and Ryan Owiti. Field audio by Ethan Jasper. Recorded in the Meier Hall Media Lab. Edited & produced by Donnie Keele. Music from Epidemic Sound.
What Do You Meme?
We witness the evolution of the "Have You Ever Had a Dream Like This?" meme, AU students describe their favorite memes, and Timmy Duado, Sylvester Joseph, and Logan Harrison talk through what a meme is and how we use them to communicate in today's culture. Hosted by DK and Ethan Jasper. Music by Epidemic Sound.
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Refreshingly relevant conversations bringing together students and faculty on a private college campus. Enjoyable and thought-provoking even for non-campus listeners.