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The Bowdoin Commons
16 minutes | Feb 17, 2020
Climate Activism -- How did the Sunrise Movement in Maine and on Bowdoin's campus come to be? What do these young people demand? What is the fate of environmentalism all across the world? Diego Velasquez '20 explores the transition students took from Bowdoin Climate Action to the Sunrise Movement and where the action is taking them today.
14 minutes | Dec 19, 2019
The Life of a Desk
The two hundred year old desk of Parker Cleaveland, a nineteenth century minerologist and Bowdoin professor, finds its way back to the house where it all began. This episode was produced by Helen Wang. Image courtesy of the George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine.
39 minutes | Dec 1, 2019
#001 Common Time (with Nick Cattaneo)
The premiere episode of our new mini series "Chop Shop". An interview podcast about music, hosted by Spencer Wilkins. SONG TIMESTAMPS: 3:37 Ain't Nobody, Chaka Khan 15:26 What Is and What Should Never Be, Led Zeppelin 28:15 Dry, Susan Cattaneo 35:13 RIVER ROAD, Jack Harlow CREDITS: written & edited: Spencer Wilkins photo art & theme song: Spencer Wilkins executive produced: Diego Velasquez, Helen Wang, Cameron Chertavian
35 minutes | May 24, 2019
The Good Guys
What does it mean to be a "good guy"? In this episode, we interview three male students who are involved with the campus group BMASV - Bowdoin Men Against Sexual Violence - to better understand how masculinity contributes to its message and the campus culture as a whole. Special thanks to Noah Nelson, Seth Cooper, and Henry Bredar. This episode was produced by Emma Newbery. Music by Sam Kyzivat.
21 minutes | Apr 7, 2019
You know the West coast and the East coast… but what about all the stuff in the middle? Emily and Helen will talk you through it.
34 minutes | Mar 7, 2019
Faith and Place
What does it mean to carry the Lord with you wherever you go? In this episode, we interview two student leaders of on-campus Christian groups to better understand how religion operates at Bowdoin and how faith can be cultivated in a seemingly secular space. Special thanks to Viviane Kostin and Ariana Smith. This episode was produced by Emma Newbery and Helen Wang. Music by Sam Kyzivat.
20 minutes | Nov 4, 2018
How is Bowdoin preparing for the upcoming midterm elections? In this episode, we talk to students involved with the Maine Democrats and the College Republicans, to see what different partisan groups are up to on campus. Special thanks to Nell Fitzgerald and Francisco Navarro. This episode was produced by Helen Wang and Emma Newbery. Music by Sam Kyzivat.
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