Two nationalities, two cultures, two societies, same generation. High schoolers Paul Lohmann and Jimmy Shi are seeking to unpack the often misunderstood generation: Gen Z. From snapchat streaks to juuling, parents have long been perplexed by the appeal of these popular trends. In their best attempt to explain these confusing topics, Paul and Jimmy decided to share their view as Gen Zers. They are also joined by special guests in each episode to provide a unique third opinion.
Poverty and Education - with Danielle Rochelle from MTSU
While higher education is essential, many are denied access. In today’s episode, we interview Danielle Rochelle, outreach coordinator for the MT One Stop, about her experience in college financial and personal assistance to low-income students. Listen and subscribe.
Youth Crisis Intervention and How We Can Help - with the Oasis Center
Youth has always been the most prominent victim of poverty, discrimination, and domestic violence. With the pandemic still spreading like wildfire, Youth Crisis Intervention Institutions have become more important than ever. Today, we interview the Oasis Center at Nashville to discuss how they support youth in danger, facilitate their growth, and how we can help. Listen and subscribe.
Recap Part II - Looking Back at 2nd half of 2020
Predictably, we knew a part 2 for the recap 2020 was necessary back in June. The world proved us right. From one of the most high profile elections in the close history to a ever worsening pandemic, we would recount the big events that you should remember. Listen and subscribe.
Online Learning - Tech, Education, and Business with Fiveable CEO Amanda DoAmaral
Gen Z is the generation of technology. In light of the pandemic, virtual learning has become more important than ever. Today, we interview Amanda DoAmaral, founder and CEO of Fiveable, a leading online AP resource website with 1.5 million users that has gained traction from investors around the world. She shares her story as an educator, creator, and entrepreneur
Music and Gen Z - with Grammy Award winner Gramps Morgan
It’s hard to find a teenager walking around without headphones on. Music, especially during the pandemic, has become an essential part of Gen Zers’ daily lives. Today, we have Gramps Morgan, a Grammy Award winning reggae artist, to talk about the culture of music and how it is represented among Gen Z. Listen and subscribe.
Corona College - The Life of a College Student During the Pandemic
Whether it be the constant mask-wearing, endless zoom classes, or the cancellation of in person events, college took a major hit from the coronavirus pandemic. Today, we ask Natalie Watson, a sophomore at Hastings College, about her experiences and thoughts as an on-campus student during COVID. Listen and subscribe.
From a Gen Z student
I find this podcast able to cut through the noise and narrate the stories of my generation. It is extremely well written and features informed guests.
I have been following We Are Z since earlier this year. Really authentic content and certainly learned a lot about Gen Z! Keep it up.
Very entertaining and easy-listening!
This podcast is a very good listen. I had a great time listening to these guys and hearing what they had to say. Their format and their subjects are well put together and make it easy to listen while you do other things. I hope these guys grow and continue their show! Highly recommend.