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A podcast about culture and fashion brought to you by three opportunistic one-time nymphets. Find exclusive episodes and more on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/nymphetalumni Find them on Instagram: Alexi @alexineutron Biz @markfisherquotes Sam @bloodgobbler
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WGU Alumni Podcast

WGU Alumni Relations

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WGU’s alumni network now has more than 250,000 graduates living in all 50 states. The WGU alumni podcast highlights the incredible work that our alumni are doing in their local communities. We also share benefits, perks, resources and partner information to help our graduates stay engaged and get the most out of the alumni community.
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KWC Alumni Association

Kentucky Wesleyan College

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Welcome to the Podcast channel of the Kentucky Wesleyan College Alumni Association, home of ’Alumni Evolution,’ hosted by Doug Hoyt ’84, President of the Association. The purpose of Doug’s and this channel is to get to know our alumni and see where life has taken them after graduating from Kentucky Wesleyan College. Show your pride for Wesleyan and help continue (or build) your family legacy with Kentucky Wesleyan College. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Alumni Relati ...
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'Cuse Conversations

Syracuse University

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Hosted by Syracuse University’s Internal Communications team, the ’Cuse Conversations podcast allows listeners to hear directly from Syracuse University's talented current students, decorated faculty members, dedicated staff members and accomplished alumni.
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PAW is Princeton University’s editorially independent magazine by alumni, for alumni. On the monthly PAWcast we interview alumni, faculty, and students about their books, their work, and issues that matter to the Princeton community.
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Host Maddy Morphosis (RuPaul’s Drag Race S14) sits down with special guests for in-depth, often personal, and always shady interviews. Guests include Drag Race alumni, music stars, influencers and more. From humble beginnings, the highs and lows, and the embarrassing moments you never knew about, straight from the source.
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Music Producers talking Philly sports. Raised in Veterans Stadium, we bled green when Jaws and Randall almost won rings, but fell short, when Donovan and Andy almost won multiple rings, and when that beautiful building collapsed to the ground to become a parking lot in 2003. Join Tek & Prem weekly with some of Philly's finest media members on the VetLine.
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Birds Up Podcast

Yvonne Addison, Jacob Cavazos, Cynde Bard, Andrew Addison, Steven Woodall, UTSA Alumni Association

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The UTSA Alumni Association's Birds Up Podcast features conversations with alumni and special guests who have a unique story to tell about their time at UTSA, unique career path, and lessons learned along the way. Our alumni nest is full of dedicated, passionate, and loyal Roadrunners who are eager to share their stories. Ready, Rowdy and Relevant. Listen Up. Volume Up. Birds Up!
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Quincy University's alumni podcast From the Hawks Nest is brought to you by the Office of Alumni Relations. This season we will connect with alumni, discuss what is happening on campus, and all with a Franciscan perspective.
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Proud to BU

Boston University Alumni Association

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Incredible Stories. Unique Careers. Proud Alumni. The Proud to BU podcast showcases the career journeys of some of Boston University’s most interesting and accomplished alumni. Inspiring BU grads share the highs, the lows, and the challenges they’ve overcome along their journeys from Comm Ave to innovative careers, providing listeners with unique perspectives and fresh ideas as they navigate their own professional development. No matter where your path takes you, be Proud to BU!
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Higher Ed Now

American Council of Trustees and Alumni

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Higher Ed Now is a production of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. It is a podcast concerning issues and policy in America's higher education system.
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"Listen In, Michigan" is an audio storytelling feature brought to you by the online alumni magazine, Michigan Today. From historical features and alumni dispatches to campus news and provocative opinions, "Listen In, Michigan" will entertain and inform, helping to keep you connected to the University of Michigan — today.
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Anyone who’s worked at a great company knows it’s all about the people. Good managers, great leaders - in and beyond the business. Through conversations with P&G Alumni leaders, we go deeper with the leaders you know, but want to know more about. This is Learnings from Leaders: the P&G Alumni Podcast. pgalums.com/podcast Learnings from Leaders is a production of the P&G Alumni Network (pgalums.com) — an officially recognized, global nonprofit by former P&G’ers committed to community, enrichm ...
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Leeds Voices is a brand new weekly podcast brought to you by the University of Leeds. Join us as we interview some of the illustrious alumni who studied at the University of Leeds, as well as discussions with the institution's world-class researchers. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @leedsalumni or email us at alumni@leeds.ac.uk
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49ers Talk with Matt Maiocco

Matt Maiocco, NBC Sports Bay Area

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NBC Sports Bay Area 49ers insider Matt Maiocco and reporter Jennifer Lee Chan bring you comprehensive NFL coverage of all things San Francisco 49ers. Don't miss weekly in-depth interviews with players, coaches, front-office personnel, alumni and fellow media members. Check out all new episodes year-round.
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Hey, InterVarsity alumni! This is After IV, your podcast for navigating life after graduation. This is both an exciting and potentially tricky transition you’re making and you might feel a little unsure about the coming weeks and months. We’re here to provide you with expert advice, practical skills, and plenty of encouragement as you learn how to keep saying "Yes!" to Jesus in your new context. This is After IV, and this podcast is for you, alumni.
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POD-CACHE

CACHE Alumni | NCFE

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Interviews, discussions and best practice sharing in Health, Social and Early Years care and Education. Join the CACHE Alumni team, as they interview interesting people from across the caring sector. Find out about the highs and lows of nannying, how to organise your workload in social care and about the importance of self-care when working in community engagement. A podcast for everyone, from the sector experts in Care, Health, Education and Childcare.
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Welcome to "Roots and Branches: Pinewood Alumni Podcast" Join us as we embark on a captivating journey through the remarkable stories and accomplishments of Pinewood alumni. Through heartfelt conversations and cherished memories, the series delves into the lasting impact of a Pinewood education. From heartwarming tales of enduring friendships to awe-inspiring accounts of professional growth, each episode celebrates the enduring legacy of Pinewood. The series is hosted by Pinewood’s Director ...
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TFAS has reached more than 46,000 students and professionals through their academic programs, fellowships and seminars. Representing more than 140 countries, TFAS alumni are courageous leaders throughout the world – forging careers in politics, government, public policy, business, philanthropy, law and the media. Join TFAS President, Roger Ream, as he reconnects with these outstanding alumni to share experiences, swap career stories, and find out what makes their leadership journey unique. T ...
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From Here Forward shares stories and ideas about amazing things UBC and its alumni are doing around the world. It covers people and places, truths, science, art, and accomplishments with the view that sharing better inspires better. Join hosts Carol Eugene Park and Jeevan Sangha, both UBC grads, in exploring solutions for the negative stuff out there — focussing on the good for a change, from here forward.
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Mets PR Legend of 40 years and current V.P. of alumni relations and team historian, Jay Horwitz, talks to some of the most interesting people he can find. Amazin’ Conversations is a weekly opportunity for listeners to not only hear stories from Mets alumni you would never get anywhere else, but interviews with some incredible people outside the world of baseball.
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Plannerama

School of Urban and Regional Planning Alumni Association

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Listen to fellow Toronto Metropolitan University Urban Planning Alumni answer fun questions about themselves, their work, and their memories at TMU/Rye High.
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CarXen's Crew

Beyond The Big 10

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This is the best podcast about Ohio State Buckeye basketball hosted by ex-players, media, and alumni. Every week, we cover game results, news, recruiting, roster changes ... and lots of Buckeye stuff.
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UAB Green and Told

University of Alabama at Birmingham

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UAB Green & Told is a biweekly podcast that shares the stories from members of the UAB community. Through Green & Told, the UAB Office of Alumni Affairs will sit down with alumni, faculty, students and others. Hosted and produced by Greg Berry, Assistant Director of Communications and Governmental Relations, the podcast brings each guest's unique UAB perspective to those who listen in.
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OneHaas

Haas School of Business (Produced by University FM)

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We are ONE Haas, an alumni-run podcast for the Berkeley Haas Community. With 40,000+ Alumni and 1400+ Haas MBA students on campus every year, there is more to this network than meets the eye. We hope to bridge that gap ever so slightly and introduce you to people you never knew you had in your Haas network. Thank you for tuning in to this Berkeley Haas Podcast! *OneHaas Alumni Podcast is a production of Haas School of Business and is produced by University FM.*
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Owl Have You Know is Rice Business’ podcast created to share the experiences of alumni, faculty, students and other members of our business community – real stories of belonging, failing, rebounding and, ultimately, succeeding. During meaningful conversations, we dive deep into how each guest has built success through troubles and triumphs before, during and after they set foot in McNair Hall. The Owl Have You Know Podcast is a production of Rice University Jones Graduate School of Business ...
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Nittany Gritty

Beyond The Big 10

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Love the Nittany Lions? Meet your new favorite podcast. Join former players, media, and alumni as they reveal what went on inside the games to give you a fresh look at Penn State basketball. Subscribe now, and don't miss an episode!
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BFA Life Podcast

Black Forest Academy

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In this podcast, Josh and Elisa seek to unpack the realities of BFA culture, life, and influence as they dialogue with students, staff, parents, and alumni. Join the conversation by writing to us: communications@bfacademy.de
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InterVarsity World Changers

The InterVarsity Alumni Relations Team

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We all know that everyone wants to change the world. But what does it mean to be a world changer? During our time in InterVarsity, we learn that a World Changer is defined by a life committed to loving God, his Word, his people, and his purposes. Through the InterVarsity World Changers podcast, we are celebrating stories of God's world-changing work in and through alumni like you. These stories will encourage and inspire you as you join God in your context and continue your own journey as a ...
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IN THIS EPISODE: In this podcast episode, Anthony Soohoo, an entrepreneur with experience in both startups and Fortune 100 companies, shares his insights on the value of corporate skills for entrepreneurs and vice versa. He discusses the differences between startup and corporate work environments, emphasizing the importance of an entrepreneurial mi…
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In this captivating installment of Roots and Branches, we welcome two remarkable guests who have played pivotal roles in shaping the tapestry of the Pinewood community. First, we have Carson Robinette, a distinguished alum from Pinewood's Class of 2015, whose journey from high school theater to the stages of UCLA's Theatre program and the National …
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"I had an authentic connection to the problem - a perspective on cultural connection. So it wasn't powering through rejection, it was neglecting it - because I just knew something they didn't.“ Tristan Walker is the Founder of Walker & Company Brands, where he was also the CEO when it was acquired by Procter & Gamble in 2018. Walker & Co. is best k…
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Tek & Prem welcome James Santore, the Chief Marketing Officer for our media partner Rithmm [THE place for AI-backed props & picks] on the VetLine to talk NBA, NFL, and some interesting futures rankings. Can the Phillies properly navigate Bryce's request for an extension? The conversation has been an active one this week and Spring Training is under…
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In this episode, we open up the yellow Kanken of history and unpack one of the most influential archetypes of the 2010s: the art hoe. We rediscover the work of the Art Hoe Collective, revisit the Tumblr art historical canon from Matisse's cutouts to Van Gogh's sunflowers, and trace the aesthetic's propagation through musicians like Mac Demarco and …
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The evolution of Athletic Hall of Famer Corey Crowder '91 has been an incredible one. Tune into today’s episode of Alumni Evolution to learn how this All-American and Panther Basketball alumnus’ career grew from an NCAA National Championship to being KWC’s first to play in the modern era of the NBA with the Utah Jazz and San Antonio Spurs.…
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In this episode, Student Alumni Council member Xya Parashar chats with Scholar Lena Hart, and Program Manager Aida Mwanzia of the Beyond Tomorrow Scholars Program. The award is offered annually to Black Canadians and supports Scholars with funding up to $20,000/year entering an undergraduate degree. This Black History Month, learn about the program…
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After speaking on the PAWcast with three students about mental health at Princeton, PAW invited columnist Jess Deutsch ’91 and director of Counseling and Psychological Services Calvin Chin to add their perspective on the issue. Addressing points the students raised, they discussed the pressure Princeton students feel to achieve, what services the U…
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Northern Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet has survived fire, flood and the changing fashions of more than three decades. Ahead of the 2024 revival of this classic production, we discover the turbulent tale behind it. Director of the University’s Cultural Institute Wieke Eringa hears from Daniel de Andrade and Pippa Moore MBE, who danced the title roles and …
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Tony Banout, Executive Director, and Tom Ginsburg, Faculty Director of the University of Chicago's New Forum for Free Inquiry and Expression join Steve McGuire, ACTA's Paul and Karen Levy Fellow in Campus Freedom, to discuss institutional neutrality -- the idea that universities should not take official positions on social and political controversi…
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Matt Maiocco is joined by John Lynch to discuss his desire to keep Brandon Aiyuk with the 49ers for the foreseeable future, how Brock Purdy value to the organization is multifaceted and the lessons that can be learned from the Super Bowl Loss. Plus, Jennifer Lee Chan joins Matt to break down positions of need for San Francisco and more offseason pr…
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Margaret Talev covered American politics and the White House for 30 years, including working the campaign trail for presidential elections in 2008, 2012 and 2016 as a White House correspondent for Bloomberg News and McClatchy Newspapers. As Talev watched the events of Jan. 6, 2021, unfold, she wondered how thousands of her fellow citizens could sta…
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Jay is joined by his longtime friend and legendary college basketball coach and announcer Bill Raftery. Jay and Bill reminisce over their years working together, where Bill gets all of his iconic catch phrases from and what he thinks the state of local teams like St. Johns and Rutgers can look forward to To learn more about listener data and our pr…
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How do I navigate being single after graduation? We've talked about a number of relationships that will change as you transition to life after graduation. But maybe your biggest concern isn't friends, family, or a spouse. Maybe you're concerned about being single. This week we revisit our conversation with Bridget Gee, veteran InterVarsity staff an…
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As Official White House Photographer for Presidents Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan, and a respected photojournalist for numerous news organizations, Pete Souza (COM’76) has spent decades on the front lines of history; but it was as a junior at BU that his journey into photography began. On this episode, hear about Pete’s experience working closely …
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Mike Smerklo, an entrepreneur, investor, and author who graduated from the Farmer School of Business in 1991, joins Farmer School dean Jenny Darroch to talk about being first in his family to go to college, being a fan of morning classes, and how he spent his Sundays during the Bengals' seasons.By Jenny Darroch
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In this episode Jon Sauber and Tim Frazier breakdown Penn State's surprising win against Illinois at Rec Hall and the incredible ending of the game. They discuss playing more games at Rec Hall and ofcourse the dismissal of Kanye Clary from the team for the remainder of the season. They conclude the episode with discussing impact of the transfer por…
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On this week’s episode, Vickie Abel gives us an in-depth look into what challenges SMSU students face and how Accessibility Services helps give them the best opportunity to succeed. Vickie is also the coordinator for the Mustang Market which helps provide basic living items ranging from food to hygiene products. If you would like to donate to the M…
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TeamABILITY Website Donate to TeamABILITY 20th Anniversary Two-Step Gala UTSA Alumni AssociationBy Victoria Alejandro, Barbara Goldman, TeamABILITY, Josh Amparan, Andrew Addison, Melissa Adame, The University of Texas at San Antonio, UTSA Alumni Association, Russell Wagner, Drew Addison, Madison Underwood
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Matt Maiocco and Jennifer Lee Chan break down what Brandon Aiyuk’s contract negotiations could look like this offseason, some under-the-radar free agents the 49ers should prioritize re-signing and the positions San Francisco should target in the upcoming 2024 NFL Draft. (2:46) Wrapping up the 49ers’ loss to the Chiefs (11:50) Impact of Greenlaw’s i…
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What are the key media trends shaping public opinion? Join host Roger Ream and Brian C. Anderson, editor of City Journal and recipient of the 2023 Thomas L. Phillips Career Achievement Award, as they delve into the intricate dynamics of modern journalism and how it has impacted Brian’s career. Brian provides expert analysis of the constantly changi…
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Diana Khandilyan is an energy industry expert who dedicated more than 20 years to the international oil and gas exploration industry, focusing on emerging technologies, process optimization and corporate sustainability. The energy transition motivated her to pursue an MBA degree from Rice Business to explore the business viability of emerging trend…
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This week is all about the upcoming Pitt Day of Giving. I welcome Institutional Advancement to the show to talk about PDOG. Your support for PDOG helps generate interest, funds, and engagement across the board for UPJ. For information on how to donate and to watch the live stream on February 27th visit http://www.upj.pitt.edu/pdog…
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I'm joined today by Maren Wood, PhD, CEO and Director of the Center for Graduate Career Success. A longtime friend of Syracuse University, Dr. Wood has created a platform, Beyond Graduate School dedicated to preparing Master's students for their careers after graduation, from career exploration, to networking, to resume prep, to closing the deal in…
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Welcome to the latest episode of POD-CACHE, the award-winning professional development podcast from CACHE Alumni. Join us for this fascinating conversation with Bethan Harding MBE, a seasoned education professional working to pioneer the 'Winning With Numbers' teaching platform. In this episode, Bethan shares her professional journey and brings rea…
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Jon Niese talks with Jay about his time with Mets, the pitchers who watched him see his child's birth of facetime, Carlos Beltran paying for his nose job and his hunting preserve. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices…
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We're wrapping up our series on relational transition after graduation with a look at one last relationship: marriage! This week we're chatting with Sam and Ashlin, two InterVarsity Alumni from Minnesota State Mankato navigating their first year of marriage together. Handling conflict, establishing new routines, pursuing Jesus together... Ashlin an…
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When family concerns led Ayele Shakur (Questrom’87) to change her trajectory from aspiring screenwriter to a business degree, she set in motion a career that’s just as inspiring as any Hollywood biopic. On this episode, hear how Ayele went from being a teacher in Compton to the CEO of BUILD, a national nonprofit supporting students from under-resou…
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Marcie (Turstlick) Bramucci remembers the initial impact Summer Stage had on her life as she experienced a 1987 performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. She joined the program when she was age-eligible, participating in the Apprentice Program, Children’s Theater, and Mainstage. Her academic career took her to Point Park College …
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“I was speaking up to respected people in the industry and telling them they were wrong. But we were getting the story right.” Geraldine Moriba’s a 5-time Emmy Award winning journalist, filmmaker, and advocate — the host and executive producer of “Sounds Like Hate,” a podcast by the Southern Poverty Law Center - documenting how American extremists …
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It's an emergency episode with Aaron Craft, David Lighty, Adam Jardy and Jared Sullinger! The guys jump on to react to the surprising news of head coach Chris Holtmann being fired, debate what "The Standard" needs to be for Ohio State basketball and preview the next stretch of games in a season gone sideways This is the best podcast about Ohio Stat…
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Syracuse University has a proud and storied tradition of honoring Black History Month through a series of engaging and thought-provoking student-run programs, events and discussions occurring through March 3 on campus. Student leaders like Dylan France ’24 and Andrea-Rose Oates ’26 are among the many passionate and talented Black student leaders wh…
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Tek & Prem welcome Noah Levick of NBC Sports Philadelphia on the VetLine to talk Sixers. They head into the break with much uncertainty about the future of star Joel Embiid, but showed signs of team chemistry down the stretch. The new faces are getting acclimated and the team has a nice array of talent. The question remains if they will remain in t…
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On this episode of OneHaas, we hear about the incredible career journey of Laura Clayton McDonnell – the president of Corporates at Thomson Reuters and a board member at Signal AI and Zuora. A first-generation American, Laura grew up in a military family from Panama with her parents always encouraging her to stay curious and never stop learning. Sh…
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Asian Fellowship is a program we offer for our students who are ethnically Asian and/or live in Asian contexts. On this episode, you will hear from our current Asian Care Coordinator, current students involved in Asian Fellowship, and from an alum who was involved during her time on campus. It is one of the areas that showcases the diversity on cam…
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