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9 minutes | May 20, 2022
Nev Yakubov takes the end of the semester as on occasion to look back on campus reopening. During the first two weeks of class, many students waited in long lines. […]
22 minutes | Apr 26, 2022
United States Foreign Language Deficit (Sammy Ali)￼
We join Sammy Ali to learn about language in America. Sammy speaks with William McClure, Dean of Arts and Humanities and Professor of Japanese at Queens College about diversity on campus, why speaking multiple languages isn’t more prominent, and how language barriers affect the country.
11 minutes | Apr 12, 2022
Write Or Die Part 2 (Nev Yakubov)
Nev Yakubov is back with the second part of her podcast debut, Write or Die, continuing her discussion on Asian American writers.
15 minutes | Apr 5, 2022
Write Or Die (Nev Yakubov)
Nev Yakubov introduces the first episode of her new series, Write Or Die, giving us a look at a debate between two great Asian American writers.
31 minutes | Mar 29, 2022
Writing in Queens with Catherine LaSota
Catherine LaSota—founder of The Resort LIC Writers’ Community—joins Jason Tougaw in the QC POD to discuss community building, pro-tips for running events that tap into your happy place, her history […]
15 minutes | Mar 8, 2022
Omme Bangush Presents: Truth Unveiled
Omme Bangush is a senior at Queens College, introducing her new podcast, Truth Unveiled. On her first episode titled Home Invasion, Omme invites York College student Surriya Azizi to help […]
20 minutes | Mar 1, 2022
Swarthmore v. Queens
Latine students compare their university experiences at a fancy private college versus public school.
76 minutes | Feb 22, 2022
Dr. Mick Interview
Dr. Mick joins the QC Pod to discuss mental health through the lens of video games.
46 minutes | Feb 15, 2022
Riot Woman (Eleanor Whitney)
Eleanor Whitney talks about her new book Riot Woman and the culture.
34 minutes | Dec 7, 2021
In the Cut with Jonathan Leon
Today on the QC POD, we’re shining a spotlight on one of our students’ new projects. Part of our mission is to give CUNY students a platform to express themselves creatively, and today we want to present Jonathan Leon’s new podcast, “In the Cut,” which focuses on the intersection of sports and content creation. In today’s episode, Jonathan interviews Laker’s content creator Brayden Figeuroa. You can subscribe to Jonathan’s podcast by searching for “In the Cut” on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. Photo Credit. Fair use.
11 minutes | Nov 30, 2021
Bob Dylan & the Electrification of Folk Music
On this episode of the QC Pod, Editor-in-Chief of the Knight News, Johnny Sullivan, defends Bob Dylan of the accusation that he and he alone was responsible for the electrification of folk music. Join Johnny on a journey through the history of transformations of folk, and his opinions on the artists involved. Photo Credit. By Rowland Scherman – U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=149559
41 minutes | Nov 29, 2021
How Has the Pandemic Affected Education?
On this episode of the QC Podcast, Sammy Ali is joined by Dr. Bobbie Kabuto, department chair of the elementary and early childhood education department at Queens College, to discuss how the pandemic has affected education in the country. After a year of education taking a back seat to safety, students are now facing insurmountable learning challenges. With the lingering effects of the Covid-19 crisis still impacting many communities, the two will discuss the learning barriers exacerbated throughout the last year and the lasting effects it will have, especially in low-income areas. Photo Credit. By State Library of Queensland, Australia – https://www.flickr.com/photos/statelibraryqueensland/29245747812/, No restrictions, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=53511504
16 minutes | Nov 16, 2021
TV Theme Songs (Salia Hovanec)
On this episode of the QC Podcast, Salia Hovanec sits down with her friend Brendan to discuss an often overlooked genre of music: TV theme songs. From a thematic guessing game, to a look at theme songs that capture the tone of shows such as Cowboy Bebop and Mad Men, Salia and Brendan take a look at what makes these songs tick. Photo Credit. By Evert F. Baumgardner – National Archives and Records Administration. – https://web.archive.org/web/20071226081329/teachpol.tcnj.edu/amer_pol_hist/thumbnail427.html, CC0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=109987635
18 minutes | Nov 9, 2021
Steven Universe (Nathalie Avalo)
On this episode of the QC pod, Natalie Avals talks about how the animated television show Steven Universe teaches lessons on mental wellness. From magical musical numbers, to grounded scenes of dialogue, Natalie takes us through her journey with a show aimed at teaching kids and young adults lessons on mental health, relationships, and supporting emotional intelligence. Photo Credit. By Cartoon Network, Fair use, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=59644984
36 minutes | May 10, 2021
The Stock Market (Ivy Huang)
This spring, stock market investment took America by storm. It’s never been easier to invest (and lose) money trading without understanding what is happening. In this episode, the QC Pod’s Hanme Cho sits down with Prof Ivy Huang (Accounting and Information Systems) to learn about the stock market. Photo Credits. Gotfryd, Bernard, photographer. Gold market NY Stock Exchange. United States New York New York State, None. [Between 1975 and 1985] Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2020734259/.
25 minutes | May 3, 2021
David & Xavier Talk NBA
In this episode of the QC Pod, David Middleton discussed professional basketball with Xavier George talk professional basketball. Credit. Harris & Ewing, photographer. Basketball. United States, 1936. February 8. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2016882053/.
60 minutes | Apr 26, 2021
Undergraduate Research (Zakari & Evans)
In this episode of the QC Pod, Sidd Malviya interviews Zahra Zakari (Biology) and Cherice Evans (Chemistry) about the craft of research, and opportunities for undergraduates who are interested in doing research. Producer Eden Ayala. Photo Credit. Historic American Engineering Record, Creator, Lowe, Jet, photographer. Thomas A. Edison Laboratories, Building No. 2, Main Street & Lakeside Avenue, West Orange, Essex County, NJ. New Jersey Essex County West Orange, 1968. Documentation Compiled After. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/nj1220/.
23 minutes | Apr 5, 2021
Why Do We Love True Crime? (Harold Schecter)
The QC Pod’s Eden Ayala explores our obsession with the true crime genre. What is it that captivates people? She engages these questions in an interview with True Crime author and Queens College Professor Harold Schechter. Photo Credit. By Oslo police – Torgersen-saken, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=83378187
51 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
Queens College's Counseling Services
Queens College’s Office of Counseling Services is available to talk to students about personal things (relationships, family issues, shyness), school issues (difficulty studying, financial aid appeals), or just about anything else. Many students don’t know it is available, or how it can help. In today’s episode of the QC Pod, Samatha Galvez-Montiel sits down with Counseling Center Director Barbara Moore.
10 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
QC Analytics Wins at UN Hackathon
Queens College Data Analytics just won at a Global Hackathon sponsored by the United Nations! In this episode, the Queens Podcast Lab’s Eden Ayala sits down with the winning team: Esther Jenaro Rabadan, Rachel Ramphal, and Habiba Aziz.
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