A podcast about post-graduate life and the things we would study if someone were paying us.
Episode 34: We Are Out of Fur (Greek Mythology II)
Happy Halloween! Welcome to this sPoOkY ePiSo — Yeah, no, we forgot this episode was going up on Halloween. It’s not spooky. It’s another edition of Rissa’s Very Chill Story Corner, where we reiterate: do not trust Zeus. Don’t accept gifts from Zeus! Don’t help Zeus hide philandering, don’t fall in love with him, don’t … Continue reading Episode 34: We Are Out of Fur (Greek Mythology II)
Episode 33 – Set Up Shop In Zeus’ Head (Greek Mythology I)
Were you a mythology nerd as a kid? Prepare to have your child-safe stories dismantled! It's time for Greek mythology!
Episode 32 – Myth-Understood (The Philosophy of Mythology)
IT'S TIME TO MEET THE NOUN CLOWN, CHILDREN!!!!
Episode 31 – How Dare You Defy God’s Rain! (Publishing Sci-fi and Fantasy ft. Jarod K. Anderson)
What even is literature? We just don't know. It's probably made up. Author and podcaster Jarod K. Anderson visits the show to tell us about publishing your work, the nature of literature, and writing for yourself.
Episode 30 – Oceans 2: Ramen Heist (What We’re Into Mega-Episode)
We're back! And we're full of recommendations! Come hear EVERYTHING we're into!
Episode 29 – How To Hack The Radio (Physics and Early History of Radio I)
What's a tuner? Who was Hertz? What's the difference between sound waves and radio waves? Did video kill the radio star? Listen to find out!
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Friendship, Fun Facts, and Postgrad Sympathies
Getting a bunch of friends together to be unabashed nerds is more of less right up my alley, and Science, Clio, and Rissa are great at it. I love being able to listen in on their conversations and learn a thing or two about the world and the postgrad life!
Wonderful Look at Academics and What They Study
This is a delightfully light-hearted, humerous discussion of various topics of interest from the perspective of three grad students studying different disciplines but all share a love for and fascination with the topics they're discussing.
As a person enjoys both the sciences and the humanities this was very entertaining. I've always loved the interactions between the two in history and the arts and this scratches that itch!