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Academic lectures/discussions, as well as music and original podcast programming. Produced by Trinity College Communications, with additional technical support from MTS and The Mill.
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More Than a Season

Ashley Cramer and Brittany Labbe

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Welcome to More Than a Season Podcast! Here we dive into being a significant other in the sports industry! Ashley and Brittany, hosts of MTS Podcast, interview men and women across all sports and levels. Whether you’re a coach’s wife, or girlfriend, an athlete’s wife, or girlfriend, or just enjoy talking about sports...you are welcome here! Want an authentic, behind-the-scenes look at what the support system experiences, but no one discusses? Then tune in every Wednesday as we expose the str ...
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The podcast that takes you into the world of English Language Education. Join your hosts, Martin and Sona, and explore the topics and trends being discussed in the world of English Language Education. In each episode, we'll be talking to industry experts who will share their expertise and insights into areas such as AI, sales, exams, good old fashioned teaching, and much, much more. ​ Whether you're an educator, agent, owner, manager, part of the backroom team, publisher, or basically anyone ...
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Bubbles and banter

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Podcast where we drink some bubbly brews, and talk about whatever comes up. Super funny and worldly as fuck. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mts1/support
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Author, Recovery Activist, and Researcher Piers Kaniuka is reimagining addiction, recovery, and community in the 21st century. The Resistance Recovery podcast is dedicated to the exploration of any and all topics related to recovery, spirituality, and culture. Join Piers as he interviews thought leaders working at the cutting edges of cultural transformation. Piers Kaniuka, MTS, MS, has worked with thousands of addicts and alcoholics in his 25+ years in the field. Discover RR's new paradigm ...
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Welcome to the Stuff I Heard podcast, where I talk about podcasts, Star Wars, MCU, time travel, multiverse, Elon Musk, and life... Check out my website www.stuffiheard.com Instagram: jtatpeek or StuffIHeardPodcast YouTube: Joshua Peek Email: stuffiheardpodcast@gmail.com Let's change the world by building our community! I'm inspired by Bert & LeeAnn Kreischer, Joe Rogan, Pete Holmes, Whitney Cummings, Casey Neistat, and... Greg Steele "5 in 40" Danny McWilliams "Stuff I Kinda Care About" Alex ...
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More to the Story

Janna Marlies Maron

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A podcast all about creative nonfiction, telling true stories and sharing them with the world. Excerpts of true, personal stories and interviews with their authors. Hosted by Janna Marlies Maron, editor & publisher of Under the Gum Tree magazine.
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Call in (347) 945-5063 Get advice from master relationship adviser, Mike Trojan. Check out the archives to get up to speed on my overall theories about women and dating. ("Mike_Trojan") on Twitter. Email questions you want read on the air to lonehawk23@yahoo.com. Please put "Mike Trojan" in the subject line.
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Mr. Tok Show is produced and hosted by Tok Jia Jie, in Singapore. Mr. Tok Show is a long format interview show. The interview is not edited, unless indicated otherwise, for which reason(s) I shall declare in my show notes. Any sponsorship, monetary or otherwise, will also be declared in the episode's show notes. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Similarly, words spoken by me are ...
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I was delighted to have this conversation with Samantha Skal, an author and book coach of the mystery, thriller, and suspense genres, exploring the intricate journey of writing and publishing in these genres. We discuss the common challenges MTS writers face, including dealing with self-doubt, thinking the story is boring and obvious, understanding…
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Full title: "Public Courage and the Academy: Beyond the Binaries: Depolarizing our Politics and Bridging Our World"The Rev. Dr. Deborah Johnson explored the theme of depolarizing our politics and bridging our world. She invited us to move beyond societal binaries and to embrace a more inclusive and compassionate future.Rev. Dr. Deborah Johnson (she…
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Full title: "Public Courage and the Academy: The Future of the Church and the Cosmopolitan Leaders It's Calling For"Join this online conversation featuring Bishop Yvette Flunder and the Rev. Eric Ovid Donaldson.Bishop Yvette Flunder (she/her) is an American womanist, preacher, pastor, activist, and singer from San Francisco, California. She is the …
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This is the sixth event is a six-part series.This session was a discussion among presenters reflecting upon the insights shared throughout the series. In addition to identifying themes and throughlines among sessions, they returned to the overarching questions that framed this collaboration: What can an expansive understanding of religion provide i…
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This book talk featured “Decolonizing Palestine: The Land, The People, The Bible” by Mitri Raheb.“Decolonizing Palestine” challenges the weaponization of biblical texts to support the current settler-colonial state of Israel. Raheb argues that some of the most important theological concepts–Israel, the land, election, and chosen people–must be deco…
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The Yang Visiting Scholars in World Christianity program brings distinguished senior and junior scholars of world Christianity to Harvard Divinity School each year, opening up fresh perspectives, particularly from the global south. This discussion was led by David N. Hempton, Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor, and Alonzo L. McDonal…
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Organized by the HDS student group, HDS Muslims, this event began after breaking fast; guests enjoyed an hour-long performance by a group of musicians who performed examples of traditional music from Ottoman Sufi Istanbul lodges. This event featured the Istanbul Meshk Ensemble, directed by A. Eylül Valçunkaya, Ph.D., a visiting researcher at CMES. …
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The vast range of meditation practices in Buddhist traditions has stood the test of time. Still, we live in a culture that differs radically from Buddhist cultures of the past. Our minds and lives are fragmented, and people find even basic concentration challenging. In such circumstances, an approach grounded in inquiry at a deep level, together wi…
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In episode nine of the Write It Scared podcast, we discuss our common writing enemy, the inner critic, and how it can derail us and what we can do to prevent that from happening. I share an example of a writer who’d made great progress yet struggled with self-doubt to the point it nearly stopped them. We dig into the importance of tapping into one'…
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Moderated by Professor Ben Carbonetti, Senior Lecturer in Human Rights and Director of The Human Rights Program at Trinity College, the first episode of the Bridging Divides podcast features Professor of Political Science Mira Sucharov from Carleton University in Canada and Professor of Law Omar Dajani from University of the Pacific. Their collabor…
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In this latest episode, we talk to Kishore Roy, Exams Lead UK and Ireland at the British Council. Listen to see how this innovation can be a real game changer when it comes to resitting the IELTS test. Support the Show. IntELEcast News: The podcast that takes you inside the world of English Language Education. IntELEcast News is sponsored by MTS - …
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Embracing Your Authentic Voice: An Interview with AK Nevermore In this episode of the Write it Scared podcast, I talk to AK Nevermore, a science fiction and dark romantacy author who shares her unconventional journey to publishing success. Through her story, AK highlights the importance of authenticity in writing, the importance of embracing one's …
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Saints, spiritual warriors, bodhisattvas, zaddikim—no matter how they are named in a given tradition, all share a profound altruistic wish to free others from suffering. Saints are not beings of stained glass or carved stone. “Each of us can be a new saint,” says Lama Rod Owens. “In our pain, our trauma, and all our complexity, we all can—and must—…
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In this episode of the Hope Podcast, we hear from Jamail Khan, a second-year MTS student at HDS. We discuss the importance of religious community for spiritual growth and the power of love and beauty in the face of hopelessness.Learn more about religion and spiritual life at Harvard Divinity School here: hds.harvard.edu/community-life/re…nd-spiritu…
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Pop Apocalypse, hosted by Matthew J. Dillon, postdoctoral fellow at the Center for the Study of World Religions at Harvard Divinity School, explores the mystical and the mythic, the paranormal and the psychedelic in popular culture.For episode 7, we welcome the writer and scholar Erik Davis to reflect on the journey that led to his new book, BLOTTE…
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In this episode of the Hope Podcast, we hear from Michael Fuhrman, a second-year MDiv student at HDS. This conversation includes his religious position of non-position, religious sympathy, and the importance of writing for its own sake.Learn more about religion and spiritual life at Harvard Divinity School here: hds.harvard.edu/community-life/re…nd…
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We had a blast on this trip. Check out our videos with the link below. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8u7P2OdNsD2dxT44OIHqZf-nfOrxs9UW --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/joshua-peek/messageSupport this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/joshua-peek/support…
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In this episode of the Write it Scared podcast, we discuss the distinction between villains and antagonists, emphasizing that while all villains are antagonists, not all antagonists are villains. We also discuss how to dig into villains' motivations and backstories, suggesting they are complex characters shaped by their experiences rather than inhe…
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In this episode of the Hope Podcast, we hear from Ahmaad Edmund, a third-year MDiv student at HDS. He discusses his long-time commitment to the Baptist tradition, starting a basement church as a youngster, and finding hope in transit.Learn more about religion and spiritual life at Harvard Divinity School here: https://hds.harvard.edu/community-life…
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Mises Institute Senior Fellow Per Bylund joins Aaron to talk about his recent book, How to Think About the Economy: A Primer, as well as the connection between social media and democracy and the economics of AI. TakeHumanAction.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/misescaucus/message…
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We're back with a brand new episode filling you in on life's big changes and how our spring has gone so far. We also chat about our collaboration with the Big Man Foundation. You can find a link below to the episode with Casey, the founder of the Big Man Foundation. We also talk about: Realizations about the corporate world Funny stories of pregnan…
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This is the first time I'm updating the video portion in attempts to get the audio to load. I don't know if this will work as I'm in Jamaica attempting to make technology work in ways it may not have been intended to do. If it works, let me know what you think. I'm constantly learning and adapting to create content. Half the fun is problem solving …
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Join us for a whistle-stop tour of IATEFL 2024! We popped down to Brighton on Thursday to grab some of the speakers and delegates for a quick chat and get their insights into the top topics trending the conference this year. Catch up on the buzz about AI integration, personalised learning, diversity, climate crisis and more. A big thank you to our …
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This alumni webinar explored the role of chaplaincy in fostering resilience and navigating complex challenges. Representing different religious traditions and fields, HDS alumni—Celene Ibrahim, MDiv '11, Faculty and Muslim Chaplain at the Groton School; Naomi Tzril Saks, MDiv '10, Palliative Care Chaplain at University of California, San Francisco;…
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Reading with Intention to Improve Your Writing Craft This episode is packed with practical tips and thought-provoking questions designed to enhance your understanding and application of the craft of writing. I talk about the concept of 'reading like a writer' as a method for improving writing skills. I also caution writers against the rapid consump…
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This Road House is better than the original. There I said it. Also, check out Fallout on Amazon Prime. It's everything I dreamed of as a kid, good and bad. Neal Brennan's Crazy Good on Netflix is crazy good! I also re-watched Obi-Wan on Disney plus this week. The show is so good top to bottom, worth a re-watch. --- Send in a voice message: https://…
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Are you afraid to share your writing or get input on your ideas? Afraid that someone will negatively alter your process or take the joy away from your writing? Then this episode is for you! Today, we focus on the emotional challenges of writing a novel and how a book coach can help writers navigate these obstacles. I discuss the concept of book coa…
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Are you procrastinating when you want to be writing your novel? You are not alone and we can fix it! Join me on the Write It Scared podcast, where we delve into the art of beating procrastination and finding the courage to write your novel. This episode is packed with practical strategies and insightful discussions that will help you overcome your …
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Step into a world of fantasy and inspiration with romantacy author Nicola Tyche as she shares her writing process and talks about overcoming challenges one step at a time to create captivating stories! In this episode of the Write It Scared podcast, I interview American author Nicola Tyche, known for her critically acclaimed romantic fantasy series…
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This was the fifth event is a six-part series, Religion in Times of Earth Crisis.Can personhood be granted to mountains, lakes, and rivers? What does it mean to be met by another species? How do we extend our notion of power to include all life forms? And what does a different kind of power look like and feel like? Wild Mercy is in our hands. Pract…
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Plenary II: Plenary Chair: Dr. Melissa Wood Bartholomew, Associate Dean for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging, Lecturer on Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging, Harvard Divinity SchoolPanelists: Sevonna Brown, National Director of Black Women’s Blueprint, Safer Childbirth Cities Initiative, Merck for Mothers, Dr. Henry Love, inaugural Obama Founda…
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Plenary I: Plenary Chair: Dr. Tracey E. Hucks, Victor S. Thomas Professor of Africana Religious Studies, Harvard Divinity SchoolPanelists: Rev. Dr. Monica A. Coleman, John and Patricia Cochran Scholar for Inclusive Excellence and Professor of Africana Studies at the University of Delaware, Dr. Martin Summers, Professor of History and African and Af…
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Full Title: Black Religion and Mental Health Symposium Keynote, "Black Freedom and the Racialization of Religious Excitement in American Psychiatry” by Dr. Judith WeisenfeldProfessor Ahmad Greene-Hayes (Harvard Divinity School) and Professor George Aumoithe (FAS, History and African and African American Studies) proposed this two-day interdisciplin…
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This event was sponsored by the Women's Studies in Religion Program at Harvard Divinity School. This lecture, "More Babies and More Birth Control: American Jews and the Politics of Reproduction," was given by Samira K. Mehta, who is the Visiting Associate Professor of North American Religions. This event took place on February 29, 2024.For more inf…
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Full title: Refuge in the Storm Webinar Series, Part III: Caring for Crisis Workers- Buddhist Approaches to Stress Management and Self-CareThis webinar is the third in a series offered by the Buddhist Ministry Initiative at Harvard Divinity School and featured a panel discussion of contributors to part III of Refuge in the Storm: Buddhist Voices in…
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