Under the Bubble is a show from The Daily Princetonian bringing you into conversation with the people of Princeton's campus.
Hosted by Mark Dodici '22 and Katie Heinzer '22, and produced by Heinzer and Isabel Rodrigues '23, Under the Bubble dives deep into the lives and efforts of University community members, shining a light on the inner workings of the Princeton experience.
SPEAR-heading a Movement: An Introduction to Students for Prison Education and Reform
In this episode, we sit down with Students for Prison Education and Reform (SPEAR) for a conversation about the prison abolition movement, the role of student activism, and the work SPEAR has been doing for the past 8 years. This episode was produced under the 144th Managing Board of the Daily Princetonian. Masha Miura is a senior in the Department of African American Studies. She is also a co-president of Students for Prison Education and Reform. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Gina Feliz is a junior in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. She can be reached email@example.com.
New York Times, "How Public Opinion Has Moved on Black Lives Matter"
'Prince' coverage of the renaming of the Woodrow Wilson School
2020 Princeton Campaign for Prison Divestment petition
2018 Prison Divestment recommendations
Resource Guide: Prisons, Policing, and Punishment (Micah Herskind '19)
Fall 2020 Courses in the Department of African American Studies
Agents of Change
Are Prisons Obsolete? - Angela Y. Davis
The New Jim Crow - Michelle Alexander
From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation - Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
SPEAR Contact Information:
Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
This episode contains the following sounds from freesound with minor modifications:
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Protests and Public Opinion with Professor Omar Wasow
This episode, Assistant Professor of Politics Omar Wasow shares his research on how protests shape national conversations and public opinion, from the Civil Rights protests of the 1960s to the Black Lives Matter protests happening today.
Princeton Lives in the Time of Coronavirus
This episode, Anna Macknick '21 and Marshall Schaffer '20 discuss their outlooks on the coronavirus situation as it's affected their lives both on and off campus. Anna speaks on the struggles of many students who had to fight to stay on campus and the kinds of conditions they're living under now, while Marshall touches upon the more personal and emotional effects of the University's closure, especially as a senior whose final semester of college came to an abrupt close.
This episode was produced by Katie Heinzer '22 and Isabel Rodrigues '23 and hosted by Mark Dodici '22 under the 144th Managing Board of the Daily Princetonian.
A conversation with Ana Mariana Sotomayor Palomino '22, DACA recipient
This episode, Ana Mariana Sotomayor Palomino '22 discusses their status as a DACA recipient in modern America and at Princeton University. Between the life of an undocumented child in Los Angeles and the struggles of moving to a campus that lacks understanding, Ana speaks to the University's efforts in a Supreme Court case while calling into question the sincerity therein.
This episode was produced by Katie Heinzer '22 under the 144th Managing Board of The Daily Princetonian.
A conversation with Dr. P. James Peebles GS'62, 2019 Nobel Laureate in Physics
This week, we talk to Princeton University's most recent Nobel Laureate, Jim Peebles. Dr. Peebles GS'62 is currently the Physics department's Albert Einstein Professor of Science emeritus and was recently awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for his continuing studies in the formation and structure of the universe. We talk about the prize, curiosity, and if the Big Bang really happened in this first episode of "Under the Bubble," a new podcast from The Daily Princetonian.
This episode was produced by Mark Dodici '22 and Katie Heinzer '22 under the 143rd Managing Board of The Daily Princetonian.