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A weekly radio show hosted by Greg Boone covering new music, current affairs and airing short documentaries and other items of cultural interest. Currently on assignment in Zhuhai, China.
 
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The end of an era, tune in for the thrilling conclusion to two great radio shows. Thanks to special guests Zach and Collin for doing the weather, and to Dr. Wood, Mat, and Ari for stopping by and helping out with the show. We couldn’t have done it without all of you.
 
Aural Fixation and The Humpday Meltdown say goodbye to their loyal listeners and fans for all these years in this two part episode. Thank you all for your support, and please, continue to support KGSM.
 
Aural Fixation recently hosted a story slam as part of the Firethorne Literary Magazine’s Spring Release. We hear from story tellers Alex Messenger, Ahna Gilbertson, Marie Bushnell, Joel Carlin, Ethan Marxhausen, Mary Cooley and Jenna Chapman. After winning a slam off with Alex Messenger, Joel Carlin—Professor in the Biology Department—won the ...…
 
Welcome to Aural Fixation the podcast for this final episode from Zhuhai. The story is a bit shorter this week than you are used to, but it summarizes what has been one of the semester’s slowest and most relaxing weeks. The new year is here, and in many ways a new year can symbolize a fresh start, a clean slate, for different parts of our lives ...…
 
“It’s safe to say that Charlie Brown would probably find Christmas in China the most vulgar and offensive exploitation of the holiday imaginable,” was my first thought after watching the timeless Christmas feature in which he stars on a brisk—but far from cold—Christmas morning just before calling my family on Skype. The expat bar called “Ryan’ ...…
 
Welcome back to Aural Fixation the Podcast from China loyal listeners, after a two week hiatus while I was in Beijing we are back with a new episode that I wrote while sitting in one of the Hong Kong Airport’s fine dining establishments and the China Ferry Terminal’s Starbucks. It’s getting close to the end of my semester abroad, and while Gust ...…
 
Here is the audio from last week’s podcast. I apologize for the delay, I was a bit ill and did not have quite the vocal stamina to maintain the podcast. As a result watch for another one later today, as I’ll be recording an episode about Thanksgiving in China. It’s a bit of an injustice to talk about environmentalism or construction and infrast ...…
 
“Mr. Boone, you are asked to join Professor Kwok, along with Professor Holbrook, Professor Joyce Pfaff and her Husband, and Pat and Bill this evening at 6:30 PM. Please meet them here at 6:20 to take a bus to the restaurant.” I looked up upon hearing my name—I was reading outside of the library on this particularly beautiful day, waiting for Cy ...…
 
Room 409 in Block 4 of the new dormitory complex at United International College is a cozy room sleeping two; the building is so new that it is not even finished yet. It is substantially finished, meaning it will not fall over, and the fundamental pieces of its construction are complete. The windows shut, the doors lock, and all the furniture i ...…
 
I’ve intentinoally been spending as much time alone as possible this week. Initially it was because I was homesick for the first time since my arrival and I thought I needed some space from the noise and commotion of my normal affairs here. It’s given me time to reflect on this experience, which is now a third finished, and how it has helped me ...…
 
This week’s podcast will focus on the remakable differences in social behavior I have noticed in my now three weeks here in Zhuhai. I was standing in a supermarket, the one near the bank I use here, a couple weeks ago. I was looking for a few things, including a cheap pair of chopsticks for your room, some peanut butter and maybe some bread. I ...…
 
Earlier this week Bill from International Development told you two things: first, that there will be some kind of gathering among the students who went to Gustavus this summer, and second, that his office is going to set up a homestay for you so that you can experience life with a Chinese family. Great, you think, and expect to hear something a ...…
 
Upon arriving in HKG and making you way through the labyrinth of moving walkways and lighted signs the first shop you notice is the familiar green mermaid marking none other than Starbucks. In your passport you find your arrival card and you quickly fumble to get it ready with your address in Hong Kong; the just over 60 characters of which is d ...…
 
Ari Herstand played in the Courtyard Cafe Wednesday, 1 October 2008, to a packed crowd. Just before the show, your podcaster sat down in Studio B for the first ever in studio performance and interview with the Minneapolis artist. Note to the careful listener: your interviewer is aware that Pachyderm Studios are in Cannon Falls, MN and not Minne ...…
 
Each spring, Alisa Rosenthal’s Constitutional Law II: Civil Rights and Liberties class tries an actual supreme court case before a simulated court in what is called a Moot Court exercise, this is the oral argument audio from that case. From the Oyez Project: A Louisiana court found Patrick Kennedy guilty of raping his eight-year-old stepdaughte ...…
 
Full, unedited interview between Aural Fixation’s Greg Boone and the advisor for this year’s Building Bridges Conference: Virgil Jones, Director of Multi-Cultural Programming at Gustavus .
 
Full, unedited interview between Aural Fixation’s Greg Boone and one of the student leaders for this year’s Building Bridges Conference: Jing Han Soh.
 
Full, unedited interview between Aural Fixation’s Greg Boone and one of the student leaders for this year’s Building Bridges Conference: Asitha Jayawardena.
 
A short documentary about the 2008 Building Bridges Conference at Gustavus. Building Bridges is an annual diversity conference centered around the topics of activism and awareness. The 2008 “Genocide Awareness: How Will History Judge Us” featured keynote speaker Paul Rusesabagina. His keynote focused on his experiences with genocide and the res ...…
 
Co-Host Matt Schueffner returns from his polar bear hunting trip to Zanzibar and his journey back to the studio. We also discuss upcoming campus events and the Choir of Christ Chapel’s upcoming tour.
 
A documentary produced by Gustavus Alum John Biewen at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. Summer Slices is a documentary about southern culture as told by the people living in and around the Durham area. All of these stories were compiled at Duke’s summer radio camp. Biewen also does work for American Public Media’s American ...…
 
Kim Braun and Lucas Neher, and Justin Martin and Chad Allen make the case for why you should vote for them this week on Blacklisted. Hopefully you’ll want to vote for at least one of them after listening to our show.
 
Aural Fixation’s Greg Boone sat down with Provost Dr. Mary E. Morton this fall for an exciting conversation about her new job at Gustavus, and her hopes for the future.
 
The pilot podcast for KGSM’s first and only Morning Show (well, the only one in the morning anyway), hosted by Alex Horton (McCartney) and Nick Hansen (Jackie Cash). Highlight’s from this pilot week’s broadcasts, our hosts talk about everything from their daily lives to pressing world issues. Tune in and enjoy.…
 
A little documentary Blacklisted’s Greg Boone threw together this summer about the City of Kasota. He explore Kasota’s hidden “gem,” (well it’s really a mineral, but you get the idea) in this documentary, Boone interviews Gustavus’ Bob Douglas (Geography), John Palmquist and Eva Butterfield (curators of the Kasota Historical Society) and Howard ...…
 
Originally recorded in 2007 as part of the A View From the Hill series, this show brings your three stories about the lenten season. First we hear from Luke Garrison about an experience traying down the Gustavus Hill. Then a bit of fiction written by Katie Anderson and Molly Kolpin, about growing up Catholic. Finally a story about the onset of ...…
 
It’s that time again, time for Blacklisted. John Byrnes and Greg Boone host the most highly rated show on KGSM. Tune in and find out what all the fuss is about.
 
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