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The world fell in love with the Stills in 2014 as they watched the family courageously beat a stage 4 childhood cancer diagnosis. Devon, a former NFL player, and his wife, Asha have built a strong and loyal community on social media because of their undeniable love, authenticity, and humor. Today, Devon is a UPENN-trained positive psychology practitioner. He specializes in dyadic relationships, including romantic relationships and parenting. Asha is a certified relationship coach specializin ...
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PoemTalk at the Writers House, hosted by Al Filreis and based at Kelly Writers House in Philadelphia. PoemTalk is a collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing and Jacket2.org.
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In-depth conversations on Chinese politics, economics, law, and society with faculty, visitors, and guest speakers at the University of Pennsylvania's Center for the Study of Contemporary China. Hosted by CSCC Research Scholar Neysun Mahboubi. For more information on the Center, visit https://cscc.sas.upenn.edu
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We are around such amazing people and yet we know nothing about them or what they do. So, we are going around and talking to people around UPenn to figure out who they are and what they are working on.
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Pennalty Box

The Daily Pennsylvanian

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Three of The Daily Pennsylvanian’s most sports-crazed sportswriters, Marc Margolis, Sam Mitchell, and Carter Thompson, deliver hot takes and deep insights on everything Penn athletics and beyond. By reviewing the action from the past weekend and previewing upcoming match-ups, they put their sports knowledge, or lack thereof, to the test.
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Bottoms on Top

The Daily Pennsylvanian

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Bottoms on Top is a queer watering hole in the dry savanna of the University of Pennsylvania. Andreas and Prakash, Penn’s only gay students, talk about LGBTQ+ issues with sass and sensibility every other Sunday.
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Quite Frankly

The Daily Pennsylvanian

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Quite Frankly is a podcast about the the University of Pennsylvania, its students, higher education and Philadelphia. Each episode examines a specific topic in depth, highlighting first-hand student perspectives, administrative input and commentary from experts. Whether you’re a student, professor, alumnus, administrator, parent, or Philadelphian, tune in. Quite Frankly is presented by the Daily Pennsylvanian, Penn’s independent, student-run newspaper.
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PennSound Podcasts are hosted by PennSound's co-director, Al Filreis. PennSound was created in 2003 in order to produce new audio recordings and to preserving existing audio archives of poets reading their own work and discussing poetry and poetics - and to make these available to everyone through free downloadable sound files. PennSound is a project of the Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing at the University of Pennsylvania
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Grit

Joubin Mirzadegan

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Grit explores what it takes to create, build, and scale world-class organizations. It features weekly episodes highlighting the leaders who are pushing their companies to make a difference. This series is hosted by Joubin Mirzadegan, go to market operating partner at Kleiner Perkins, a venture capital firm investing in history-making founders.
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Jason Jemera is a child of Filipino immigrants raised amidst Bay Area violence and is a current UPENN Psychiatric Mental Health NP-candidate in Philly, who is bridging the gap between his background in clinical nursing and evidence-based science with his passion for social justice and community advocacy. Mental health is not one-size-fits-all. We each have different backgrounds, cultures, professions, disabilities, traumas, triumphs, and other identities that build our individual life storie ...
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In The Cut

The Daily Pennsylvanian

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In The Cut is a podcast for people finding their way at Penn who don't subscribe to the mainstream culture. Part comedy, part real talk, we'll keep you up to date on interesting overlooked things going on around campus, around philly, or in the pop culture trends we're following. We'll also be interviewing some cool guests from different enclave communities around Penn to learn more about their worlds.
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Firmsconsulting maintains a 80% success rate at placing clients within McKinsey, BCG and Bain. This is the highest in the industry and the rate is higher if we include other firms. We achieve this rate because we only use former partners from McKinsey, BCG et al to develop our clients. This makes us unique. We never use analysts, associates, engagement managers or associate principals. We also carefully select and develop clients on their communication, image, technical and case interview sk ...
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I’m Julie Kim, and I’m the host of Demystifying College Admissions. Look, I’ve been there before! Navigating through the college admissions process is overwhelming, confusing and ultimately stressful. This podcast is designed to inspire high school students to identify their passions, learn all about the most updated college admissions strategies, with guests and experts from all industries! And the best part is we’ll also dive into mental health so that this podcast will be a healthy, safe, ...
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Career Coach Tiffany Franklin reveals the latest tips and best practices to help you have an effective and efficient job search that will lead to more job offers and career opportunities. Whether you are still in college, striving for your first promotion, or an experienced executive aiming for the C-suite, Tiffany will show you how to market yourself into a better career. Discover how to articulate the value you will deliver employers and capture the attention of recruiters/hiring managers ...
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Love & Life is your place for conversations grounded in psych research, psychotherapy, and Biblical truth to help you THRIVE in love and life! Join psychologist Karin Anderson Abrell, Ph.D. and pastor and psychotherapist Elliott Anderson, M.A., as they focus on relationships and how to flourish therein with a holistic approach to emotional and psychological well-being, recognizing we only thrive when we nourish each of these key domains—Mind, Body, and Spirit. Together they bring over 60 yea ...
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The NAG Show

Rakesh N N Chinta

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Join Rakesh as he interviews people from various domains of expertise. He dives in with deep informal conversations about their unique experiences, tactics, strategies implemented, learnings from failures, and optimized systems and processes that eventually made them who they are. Topics primarily deal with tech, venture, startups & entrepreneurship, product, and everyday life.
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Cannabis Unraveled provides an inside look into the most relevant topics at the intersection of cannabis and science. Join host Jessie Kater, 20-year veteran of R&D across defense, pharmaceutical and cannabis markets, and SVP of Innovation and R&D at Curaleaf, for unfiltered conversations about how cannabis has evolved from what was smoked in 80s to the $71 billion industry it is projected to become by 2030. From the latest in cannabis research to emerging extraction technologies and beyond, ...
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Art and creativity build identity, self-esteem, purpose, connection and impact. They are an essential tool for improved well-being, mental-health and social change. Through inspiring conversations with artists, scientists and experts, Agathe Westad investigates How and Why art can change our lives. Get moved, inspired and energized. Get ready to look at art, and yourself, differently.
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Welcome to an interview with the authors of Fair Shake: Women and the Fight to Build a Just Economy, Naomi Cahn, June Carbone, and Nancy Levit. This book explains that the system that governs our economy—a winner-take-all economy—is the root cause of these myriad problems. The WTA economy self-selects for aggressive, cutthroat business tactics, whi…
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Welcome to an interview with the author of The Problem with Change: And the Essential Nature of Human Performance, Ashley Goodall. Drawing on two decades spent leading HR organizations at Deloitte and Cisco, Ashley Goodall reveals in his book why change is not the same as improvement, and how, by prioritizing team cohesion (instead of reshuffling t…
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Guest: Clara Shih, CEO of Salesforce AI In 2020, Clara Shih quit Hearsay, the company she founded and ran for 11 years; in hindsight, she says “I probably should have quit a little bit sooner.” But at the time, she cared a lot — too much — about what everyone else thought. “There's a lot of guilt around leaving initially and feeling bad for feeling…
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Please enjoy this conversation Dr. Karin had on the Single and Not Settling podcast! A note from Vanessa of Single and Not Settling: "This is absolutely a dream come true. I was so nervous throughout this interview as I could have pinched myself, achieving this goal of mine. You see in 2020 after I was ghosted and the world shut down, I found a pod…
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Welcome to an interview with an award-winning marketer, TEDx speaker and authority in harnessing the instinctive mind to accelerate brand and business growth, founder and CEO of Triggers, Leslie Zane. Leslie is the author of The Power of Instinct: The New Rules of Persuasion in Business and Life. In her book, Leslie shows that to grow a brand, busi…
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Welcome to an interview with the coauthor of The Venture Mindset: How to Make Smarter Bets and Achieve Extraordinary Growth, Ilya Strebulaev. This book offers a transformative playbook for delivering results in a rapidly changing world from a top Stanford professor and a technology executive. Packed with entertaining stories and scientific precisio…
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Guest: Marissa Mayer, CEO and Founder of Sunshine and former CEO of Yahoo When Marissa Mayer was first hired as the CEO of Yahoo, the company had lost nearly a quarter of its workforce in the preceding six months. Early on, she was chatting with employees in the cafeteria and one of them got her attention by smacking her tray. “Is it go time?” he a…
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Many of you may know Ray, as he became an internet sensation when a video of him singing to his late wife, Roslyn, went viral. Roslyn was fighting a tough battle against an aggressive form of brain cancer called glioblastoma, and Ray’s love and support through it all was nothing short of inspiring. Their story was both uplifting and heartbreaking—i…
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Recently, I read an article in Time Magazine titled, “America Has Reached Peak Therapy. Why Is Our Mental Health Getting Worse?” Obviously, the content was quite sobering. How is it that mental health awareness is up, stigma is down—and yet, we’re more depressed and anxious than ever!?! I knew I wanted to discuss the article with Elliott and share …
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Welcome to an interview with the coauthor of Data Rules: Reinventing the Market Economy (Acting with Technology), Cristina Alaimo. In Data Rules, Cristina Alaimo and Jannis Kallinikos establish a social science framework for analyzing the unprecedented social and economic restructuring brought about by data. Working at the intersection of informati…
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I immigrated with my family to the United States from South Korea in third grade, and I’ve lived through what it feels like to navigate life and education in this country. My parents sacrificed so much to give me this opportunity to live, study and start my own business here, so in this episode, I wanted to share some of the big lessons that I’ve l…
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Welcome to an interview with Martin Gonzalez and Josh Yellin. Martin is the creator of Google’s Effective Founders Project and a frequent lecturer at Stanford, Wharton and INSEAD. Josh co-founded Google's first Startup Accelerator and is presently an organizational leader at Google DeepMind. Josh and Martin are the authors of The Bonfire Moment: Br…
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Guest: Sarah Friar, former CEO of Nextdoor Sarah Friar has worked with some of the top leaders in Silicon Valley, including Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, Walmart CEO Doug McMillon, Block CEO Jack Dorsey, and most recently Nextdoor founder Nirav Tolia, who just replaced her as CEO in May. And one of the things that sets top performers apart from the …
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No surprise, Elliott and I had plenty to say on this topic so we broke up the debate into two parts. In part 1 (ep. 304), Elliott and I tackled 3 questions: Are younger couples more at risk of codependency because they marry before their identities are sufficiently formed? Do older couples struggle to adjust to the division of labor and day to day …
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Welcome to an interview with the author of The Year of Living Constitutionally: One Man's Humble Quest to Follow the Constitution's Original Meaning, AJ Jacobs. In The Year of Living Constitutionally, A.J. Jacobs tries to get inside the minds of the Founding Fathers by living as closely as possible to the original meaning of the Constitution. He as…
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Welcome to an interview with the author of Ask: Tap Into the Hidden Wisdom of People Around You for Unexpected Breakthroughs In Leadership and Life, Jeff Wetzler. In this book, Jeff offers a hands-on, surprisingly effective way to find out what others really think, know, and feel. Jeff brings you a powerful method called The Ask Approach™, based on…
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Guest: Stanislav Vishnevskiy, CTO and co-founder of Discord For many years, the conventional wisdom was the gaming was not social because it was something you usually did at home. “But people who play games are often the most social,” says Discord CTO Stanislav Vishnevskiy. “They’re spending 10, 20 hours with other people online, hanging out.” As a…
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In this episode, Devon and Asha tackle a deeply personal listener question. A woman, struggling with the pain of discovering her partner's infidelity while she was pregnant. She wants to save her relationship, but doesn't know if it's possible. The Stills also take a sentimental journey down their own memory lane. Recently celebrating eight years o…
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Recently Dr. Karin appeared on the Odyssey Resilience podcast to discuss dating and anxiety! From Odyssey Resilience: “Dr. Karin Anderson Abrell is a psychologist, author, podcast host, and musician. Her book, Single is the New Black: Don't Wear White 'Til It's Right is a word of empowerment to singles—encouraging them to stay strong amidst “single…
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Welcome to an interview with the author of Leadership Shock: Using Authenticity to Navigate the Hidden Dangers of Career Success, Pete Steinberg. Leadership Shock teaches readers to view leadership as an adaptive, continuous process rather than a fixed set of behaviors. By regularly re-evaluating their leadership models, professionals at any level …
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Welcome to an interview with the author of Burnout Immunity: How Emotional Intelligence Can Help You Build Resilience and Heal Your Relationship with Work, Kandi Wiens. In her book, Kandi shares her research and discoveries about burnout immunity. After extreme stress caused a life-threatening health cri­sis in her own life, Dr. Kandi Wiens dedicat…
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Guest: Eoghan McCabe, CEO, Chairman, and Co-Founder of Intercom “We are not ready for the degree to which our world is going to change,” says Intercom CEO Eoghan McCabe, “in insane and incredible ways.” When he co-founded the company in 2011, the Irish-born entrepreneur was making it easier for companies to offer human customer service to their cus…
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Elliott and I have been meaning to debate this question for a while now—so here it is! Elliott married at the tender age of 22 and, as for me, I was 42 before Dan and I tied the knot. We both have strong, loving marriages. We’re both incredibly happy. But, we took very different paths. Over the years, we’ve had fun taking sides—with Elliott proclai…
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Welcome to an interview with the co-author of Persuade: The 4-Step Process to Influence People and Decisions, Andres Lares. This book deliver a concise and insightful take on how to transform your ability to persuade others regardless of the setting. Persuade is perfect for executives, managers, entrepreneurs, and other business leaders who negotia…
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Welcome to an interview with the author of The Illusion of Innovation: Escape "Efficiency" and Unleash Radical Progress, Elliott Parker. The Illusion of Innovation tackles the problem with innovation inside big companies, having activities that feel like innovation but lead to value destruction, not progress. This book explains why meaningful innov…
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Episode 209 - It's our season finale! Hosts Michael and Natty ask celebrity guests (Sam Pasco) questions while they attempt to complete rounds of chicken wings coated in spicy hot sauce. CS Radio will return in September. Our theme music is “The Strip” by Mala, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license. Referenced in this episode: Sam's Pic…
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Guest: Mark Cuban, co-founder of Cost Plus Drugs and costar, Shark Tank “I just love to compete,” says Mark Cuban. “And the day I stop is the day I’m dead.” Previously the co-founder of MicroSolutions and Broadcast.com, Cuban is probably best known to the public today for competing with the likes of Daymond John and Barbara Corcoran on the reality …
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Imagine this: you’ve worked your whole life to swim at the collegiate level. You make the team at an Ivy League school. All those sacrifices paid off—you’re competing at the elite level!And then, before your sophomore year, a guy joins the team. His name is Will, but he now goes by Lia because during his junior year, he decided he was a woman and s…
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Today, we will be talking about a controversial topic - is an Ivy League/Top-tier college education actually worth it? Recently, DailyMail.com published a report detailing the links between Ivy League degrees and future earnings, and this immediately prompted me to pick up my microphone and voice my honest opinions. Sit back, grab a refreshing drin…
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Welcome to an interview with the author of Uptime: A Practical Guide to Personal Productivity and Wellbeing, Laura Mae Martin. In her book, Laura shows how to thrive no matter where you’re working, giving concrete steps that help you focus on your priorities and keep good systems, routines, and tactics in place. Uptime explains how to make technolo…
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In the midst of newlywed bliss, we often overlook the importance of presenting ourselves to our families and friends as a united front. That is, until our in-laws begin to meddle and make inappropriate demands . . . Of course, we remain respectful of our parents and in-laws. Of course, we want to avail ourselves of their wisdom and guidance. But, a…
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Episode 208 - It's our PENN-ultimate episode of the school year! Join Michael and Natty as they dive into the evolving landscape of job interviews in the age of social media. In this episode, Michael and Natty explore how humor and storytelling can transform your next job interview, taking cues from comedic storyteller Parker Worth. They dissect me…
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Welcome to an interview with Claire Milligan, a Stanford graduate turned startup founder. Claire helps businesses grow by spending smarter and reducing their cloud costs. Her target market is PE firms. In this episode, we discuss what PE firms care about, how to approach them, the biggest challenges and potential solutions they encounter, as well a…
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Guest: Taylor Francis, co-founder of Watershed One day when he was 13, Taylor Francis walked out of the movie theater, and he was pissed off. He had just seen Al Gore’s documentary An Inconvenient Truth and internalized a “generational call to arms, that my parents had screwed our generation” by causing the climate crisis, he says. 14 years later, …
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In this episode, we discuss the subtle yet powerful ways shame can permeate and influence the dynamics of a marriage. Drawing from both personal experiences and research, we uncover how shame manifests within the context of marriage, often operating beneath the surface yet profoundly impacting communication, trust, and intimacy. From societal expec…
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You have questions. We’ve got answers! As part of our series on Elliott’s premarital counseling curriculum, we shared 2 episodes about how to cultivate true sexual intimacy and fulfillment. We received some feedback from listeners whose sex lives are extremely difficult. They don’t intend to leave their marriages for various reasons–there are child…
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99% of clients misunderstand learning and practicing. At its essence, you cannot practice McKinsey cases until you learn McKinsey cases. Most candidates start of their case interview preparation by reaching out to colleagues and consultants to practice cases, not having gone through the learning steps. Without a good strategy of separating learning…
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Episode 207 - Brewing Success: Jennie Ripps and the Story of Owls Brew Join Michael and Natty as they welcome Jennie Ripps, Penn Class of 2003 and founder of Owl's Brew, a pioneering tea-infused alcoholic beverage brand. Jennie shares her journey from an English major in the College of Arts and Sciences at Penn to shaking up the beverage industry w…
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Guests: Victor Riparbelli, CEO and co-founder of Synthesia; and Josh Coyne, partner at Kleiner Perkins When Victor Riparbelli wants to learn something, he’ll start with a YouTube video or a podcast: “I maybe buy the book on Amazon as like the fifth step,” the Synthesia CEO says. His company is trying to change the text-first (or text-only) way info…
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In this episode, we discuss the delicate journey couples embark on to mend their marriage after the devastation of an affair. Join us as we explore the three crucial phases of healing, from the initial shock and pain to rebuilding trust and intimacy. We offer practical strategies and compassionate guidance for couples navigating this challenging te…
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A 2016 Pew Research Poll found that just 44% of respondents consider shared religious beliefs to be key to a successful marriage. Therefore, 66% of us aren’t too worried about aligning spiritually with our partner. But, is it wise to minimize this? Actually, according to multiple studies, couples who pray together DO stay together. In fact, marital…
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