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Goodbye & Hello
For our last episode we are both interviewed by Zac Mijares-Shafai, a special person for The Doppler Effect, and we introduce the hosts for next year, Kary Jablonski and Harold Giwa-Amu. We discuss the genesis of what it has turned into, its impact on us personally, and a certain lost episode, as well as what sparked the interest in The Doppler for Kary and Harold and their plans for next year.
Love at the Hub
Mariam Topuria and Tomas Saravia join us to talk about finding love at Kellogg, and how they've navigated their time here, their career decisions, and their own personal growth through the lens of their relationship.
Race @ Kellogg II
Incoming and outgoing BMA co-presidents, Anna-Alycia Tucker and Dabney Jean, join us to talk about how the Kellogg community has responded to society's heightened awareness of the Black Lives Matter movement, how it ties to the landscape of race at Kellogg before this, and how we can learn to be better allies moving forward.
A Conversation with Dean Francesca Cornelli
Dean Francesca Cornelli joins us on this very special episode, to explore the various ways in which the Kellogg community has rallied to respond to COVID-19, to reflect on her experience as a new Dean having to make difficult decisions because of the crisis, and to discuss how we can come out of this with a strengthened sense of values and responsibility.
Our Kellogg Traditions
Our fellow 2nd years, Holly Reilly and Jimmy Kam, join the show to talk with us about the importance of traditions at Kellogg, how we contribute to them, and their experiences keeping the Special K tradition alive this virtual quarter.
What She Said
We invite fellow second years, Mary Beech and Marie-Ève Petitclerc-Demers, to discuss the landscape of the dialogue around being a woman at Kellogg or in the workplace, and how we can learn to better engage in that conversation to move it forward.