This week’s episode of Sportsmanlike Conduct focuses on mental health in sports. Topics covered include Kevin Love and DeMar Derozan speaking out on mental health, and the relationship football has with CTE.
This week on The Rostrum, we interviewed April Ollivier and Tramaine Jones, Student Success Advocates at the University of Utah, about the role they play in helping U students deal with obstacles and pursue their goals. They discuss the common problems students face, the support they offer students, and why higher education is such a critical time of growth and development.
Student Success Advocates website: studentsuccess.utah.edu/
On this first episode of a new season of Sportsmanlike Conduct, hosts Damon Ngo and Bennett Johnson discuss recent headlines of athletes speaking out on social issues. Topics covered include Serena Williams, Colin Kaepernick, and Lebron James’s “I Promise” school.
Join Chris, Sarah, and Martyn as they travel across the lands in search of a definitive topic! We cover everything from (Star Wars) prequel memes to old school memes, memes as coping mechanism to John Mulaney. Listen in!
In this episode of the Auxcord Sage Holt (DJ Bug Bite) and Tristan Gunn (DJ Harry Lennon) will be interviewing the band Bad Bad Hats.
Hey there, folks! The Booket List is back, and danker than ever! That’s right, this month we are (for some reason) talking about memes! What even is a meme? How do cultural ideas infect and propagate in our psyches? If you’ve ever asked these questions (in all honesty, we’re probably reading a bit much into it), listen in!
In their final episode of the year, Sportsmanlike Conduct hosts Bennett Johnson and Damon Ngo talk about the NBA playoffs as well as say their farewells. Be sure to tune back next fall or the new season of Sportsmanlike Conduct.
Music by: B.L.B.P.
For this week’s episode of Sportsmanlike Conduct, hosts Damon Ngo and Bennett Johnson give brief predictions on the NBA Playoffs.
Intro Music by Brooke Johnson
Outro Music by B.L.B.P.