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Best Steven Nguyen podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Steven Nguyen podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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"Club Soda" a long running show from 2009, presented by DJ Chef Nguyen is back to celebrate it's 10th season. Originating from 3 seasons on the radio and currently via podcast since season 4, Chef Nguyen goes all out to deliver the best mixes of Top 40 hits as well as EDM. For the 10th series, previous seasons are reanalyzed and remastered to the newer format exhibited since being ported as a podcast. Each episode is a 1-hour nonstop mixshow.
 
Cheap Scares Podcast is a funny take on horror stories, movies, history and news. Hosted by Mary Nguyen & Cailey Follet. Research assistant is the magnificent Lina Ha. Will be updated every Thursday. Art by Jess Cuffe | the-cave.weebly.com | https://www.instagram.com/evienchantress/ | https://twitter.com/EviEnchantress
 
Arianne Craig Jolla, (Author, Speaker and Educator), hated teaching so much that she started her own school! The Teach Your OWN Kid podcast is an extension of the book Teach Your OWN Kid: Schools Can't Do It Alone, which was released in August 2017. The TYOK podcast is a continuation of Arianne's effort to develop stronger partnerships between the school community and the community's families.
 
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In this final encore episode, Arianne recounts the incident that led to her making the decision to leave the traditional classroom for good. This incident clearly confirmed for her that she was caught up in the web of a school system that did not value what she valued and was not designed to make the kind of meaningful impact she intended to make.…
 
In this episode, Arianne offers an uninhibited and transparent view into some of her struggles as an early teacher. At one point, "for the sake of the team", she was placed in a classroom setting for which she was not qualified and received minimal support from school leaders. This caused Arianne to make a critical decision only five years into her…
 
In this final installment of a two-part episode, Earnest Salsberry (the youngest Chaplain to serve at Dillard University) shares how he almost failed to get his college degree because he had become distracted by the lucrative jobs he held during college. When Hurricane Katrina ravaged the city of New Orleans in 2005, it served as somewhat of a wake…
 
Earnest grew up in the small town of Port Arthur, Texas. He had no way of knowing that the same university he called home as a student- Dillard University- would eventually become his home base as its youngest Chaplain to ever serve. Although it was music that lured Earnest to the city of New Orleans, it is mission that has compelled him to return …
 
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