Hey friends! In this episode we are pleased to announce that September’s book will be “Let’s Explore Diabetes With Owls” by David Sedaris!
This week on The Rostrum we have Tiffany Anderson, University of Utah alumni and author of the book Butternut to Bionic: A Resource Guide to for Hip Replacement Surgery which details her encounter with a mysterious illness, brush with death, two hip-replacement surgeries, and her physical and mental health recovery. We also discuss her thoughts on U.S. healthcare and the benefits of preventative and holisitic approaches to health.
School is back in session, and the Booket List is back! Join Chris, Martyn, and Allison as they share their summer reads and talk about what’s new in podcast land.
This month on Leaf Juice with Leftists, Sean Taylor, Abby Stover, and Duncan Mcneil join Anthony Scoma to discuss Syria. They explore the history of Syria, the current Syrian crisis, and how foreign imperialism factor into how Syria is treated by western media and the U.S. government.
This month on InQueering Minds, Andrew Hayes interviews Dr. Lynn Deboeck about her research into the feminist analysis of pregnancy and maternity in drama. They discuss how the idea of pregnancy and maternity can be queered by exploring more diverse stories of gender, sexuality, and identity.
In this dank holiday episode of the BBSC, we interview a few guests about their substance abuse of choice and discuss the end of the world.
This week we have Dr. Daniel G. Nocera, a Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy at Harvard University. In this lecture entitled, “The Global Energy Challenge: A Moral Imperative for the University” DR. Nocera discusses how the earth must provide energy to 6 billion new energy consumers in the coming decades while combating the existential threat of climate change.
This week on The Rostrum we sit down with Sean Pica, Executive Director and a founder of Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison. This organization connects incarcerated people with a college education, life skills and entry support to positively impact theirs lives and communities. We discuss why these programs are important, the problems in are carceral system and how students can get involved.