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35 minutes | Nov 30, 2021
Mo Artistry – Interview with Painter Scarlett Elliott
This is the second episode of Mo Artistry, dedicated to art and artists on campus! This episode features artist Scarlett Elliott; she is an amazing Trine student and painter. Listen as she reflects on her experiences, her craft, and thoughts on resources for artists both on and off campus.
26 minutes | Nov 2, 2021
Shang Chi and the Future of the MCU
HAC student Lauren Banks and Education major Jaden Hyre discuss the movie Shang Chi and the Ten Rings and what this means for the future of Marvel movies.
33 minutes | Nov 2, 2021
Mo Artistry – Interview with Photographer Nasir Ibrahim Al Mutlaq
Mo Artistry is a new podcast created by Maurice Ehichioya dedicated to art and artists on campus. The first episode features photographer Nasir Ibrahim Al Mutlaq. Listen as he reflects on his experiences, his craft, and resources for photographers both on and off campus.
21 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
Spotlight Kelsey Flowers
In this episode of HAC Underground, Amelia Mills is joined by Kelsey Flowers to discuss the newest Trine Theatre production, “You Can’t Take It With You”. Kelsey is not only the lead of the play but is also head of props and the Trine Drama Club’s new Vice President. Listen as they tell it all, from their own experiences on and off stage, to math club.
32 minutes | Sep 8, 2021
Spotlight Professor Brendan Allen
Join Amelia Mills as she hosts the first episode of Trine Spotlight 2021. Her guest today is none other than the esteemed and new, professor Brendan Allen. Listen in as they talk about how the education job market effects everyone, how statues and other forms of art can always be cutting edge, and of course for some amazing poetry and book recommendations; as well as some to stay away from.
20 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
Spotlight Rocky Lo
Welcome to another episode on HAC Underground, today Faith Patterson sat down with the faculty advisor of the new Psychology Club, Rocky Lo to discuss what's new and how he thinks the club will grow as a whole here at Trine University.
26 minutes | Feb 21, 2021
Spotlight for Professor Michael Oliver
On this episode, we are welcoming our new English Professor Michael Oliver here at Trine University, talking about what brought him to Trine and some of his passions and hobbies.
17 minutes | Feb 16, 2021
Lost and Found: Exploring Disney's Creative Origins
In this inaugural episode of a student led podcast created through the course HUM 203 “Lost and Found”, Amy Apgar and Megan Davis talk about the importance of imaginative spaces. They discuss the many ways in which once make believe places have become real, creative spaces in our world, such as Disney World and Universal studios. Learn about creative origins, the power of imaginative corporations such as Disney, and other phenomena. Join them as they explore imagination and how real-life spaces have influenced our reality.
20 minutes | Nov 13, 2020
Guest Jordan Derouin
Today John talks to freshly added Com major Jordan Derouin on today’s episode. Jordan takes us on a quick recap of his already wild ride of a college experience, talks to us about the commitment of being a part of ROTC, and also explains why he made the decision to go HAC. If you are considering HAC at all this is the episode to listen to!
19 minutes | Oct 30, 2020
Guest Dr. Christine Olding
On this week’s episode of HAC Underground, John gets to sit down with Dr. Christine Olding, the head of the Humanities & Communication Department at Trine University. They discuss what it’s like to be a high risk professor in these times along with her trial by fire becoming head of the department in the middle of a pandemic. Christine also gives us a little peek into what next semester is going to look like around campus.
21 minutes | Oct 23, 2020
Guest LouAnn Homan
Today John gets to sit down with Professor LouAnn Homan, and she talks about what it was like turning herself into Emily Dickenson, being a part of the Emily Dickenson festival and the many other festivals, she is a part of. We also discuss Poe Night that is held on campus and what happens during it in preparation for the even next week.
16 minutes | Oct 16, 2020
Guest Eden Diller
Today John sits down with Sophomore Chemical Engineer Eden Diller, which yes this is an oddity for HAC Underground but stick with us. Eden is a part of the Indiana National Guard, and she gives a look into what it was like being the calm within the COVID storm.
24 minutes | Sep 16, 2020
Guest Dr. Byron Bond
Today John has a chat with former professor and theatre director Dr. Byron Bond. John and Dr. Bond discuss a little about his journey to Trine, how Covid affected his decision to keep teaching and so much more on this episode of Hac Underground.
15 minutes | Sep 11, 2020
Guest Dr. Brandy DePriest
17 minutes | Feb 11, 2020
What is Love?
It’s almost Valentine’s Day and James and Jarod are discussing the origins of the beloved holiday. Honestly, it’s crazy how long this holiday has been going on! Other than that it’s a short episode this week but it ends with some important announcements for HAC students.
35 minutes | Feb 5, 2020
Blake Williams and His Time in HAC
Blake Williams, a freshmen communication major, joins Jarod and James to discuss all that he’s accomplished so far in the HAC department. From being a recipient of the Jannen School of Arts and Sciences scholarship to being recently cast as the male lead for the recent play, Blake has got a lot under his belt only being a freshmen. The trio then get into some deep conversations about their HAC majors and discuss why they love the HAC department so much.
51 minutes | Jan 21, 2020
A New Semester with Surprise Guests
James and Jarod return after a nice winter break with a new member of the HAC Department. Professor Michelle Blank join them as they discuss her new classes as well as exciting Ph.D work. John Kay, a HAC student, also stops by and is possibly invited to co-host the podcast!?
30 minutes | Nov 8, 2019
Chick-Fil-A, Lemonade and Kanye
James and Jarod decide to review Kanye West’s new album, Jesus is King. They discuss the interesting lyrics Kanye has implemented, as well as how unique this release is. Is Kanye going to change the industry again?!
24 minutes | Oct 25, 2019
Slow days, dreams, and Japanese Mechs
It’s that time of the semester where not much is going on. Jarod and James are unsure what to talk about so they have conversations about James and the current books he is working on. Somehow, the conversation switches from school work to Japanese mechs and how they both want to live in something they call “retro future”. This truly is a strange episode.
23 minutes | Oct 18, 2019
It’s Spooky and Cuffing Season!
James and Jarod sit down to talk about the fall season, especially when it comes to movies in relationships. Jarod once again shows his lack of movie experience, with James apparently recommending every good Halloween movie. We also discuss the infamous pumpkin spice flavor and James explains how to have a good pumpkin patch date.
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