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29 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
In this episode of Unearthed: stories from the Omni Hotel. Brown University’s newest dorm room features collapsing ceilings, bedbugs, a long shuttle ride to campus, and maybe even unrequited (but possibly requited?) love. This episode of Unearthed was produced by Jon Liu, Iris Cheng, and Emma Eaton with help from Livi Burdette and Mako Mendoza. Our executive producers are Clare Boyle, Tammuz Frankel, and Jackson Cantrell. Music is by the Blue Dot Sessions and theme music is by Jozey Gatsby,
59 minutes | Nov 16, 2020
Episode One: Healing, Hoping, Hearing
Producer Luci Jones looks at how to rewrite gratitude during a pandemic. The show considers how forgiveness, solitude, and remembrance can offer opportunities for healing.
54 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
Episode 0: Nice to Meetcha
From Now Here This and WBRU, this is Unearthed, a podcast in progress in Providence Rhode Island. Each episode seeks to unearth something new about the past, the present and ourselves. In this episode, "Nice to Meetcha," stories about meeting across hemispheres to find love, coming face to face with a younger version of your dad and encountering a new way of thinking about the past.
18 minutes | Aug 14, 2020
WBRU presents: 20 Cubed
In light of Biden's historic VP announcement, WBRU travels back in time to the infamous Biden-Harris debate.
13 minutes | May 6, 2019
2.8: Erotica Shop Tour!
WBRU reporter Eli Morimoto takes us on a tour through a local erotica shop, where she learns about the values of sex positivity from an oncologist perusing the store and the urban farmer who owns it.
31 minutes | Apr 30, 2019
2.7: Guys’ Roundtable
Sexual violence is not a women’s issue. To fix it, men have to step up and actively change the culture around sex and consent. Last year, reporter Audrey Kim sat down with four male students at Brown University to talk about how the Me Too movement has changed their perspectives on the hookup and dating scene in college.
12 minutes | Apr 22, 2019
2.6: Surviving, an International Perspective
The #MeToo movement may have originated in the United States, but sexual violence against women is a global issue. Reporter Cherilyn Tan explores how international norms like “lad culture” and double standards for wealthy expats undermines consent practices overseas.
8 minutes | Apr 15, 2019
2.5: Swipe, Swipe, Match
Stacey downloaded Tinder during her first semester of college. After moving across the world, from Shanghai to the United States, she found that swiping right allowed her to explore and embrace her sexuality, while opening the door to her new American home. Reporter Vivian Yuen brings us Stacey's story.
15 minutes | Apr 8, 2019
2.4: Close to Home Pt. 2
Maria was the first person that John called after numerous girls accused him of sexual abuse on Facebook. As one of his closest friends, she wanted to believe and support him, but she couldn't shake the memory of how he had pressured her into a sexual relationship in high school. Now, she struggles to decide whether to remain friends with him. This is the second of a two part series of stories from college students who have discovered that a close friend is a perpetrator of sexual assault. They can be listened to in any order.
20 minutes | Apr 2, 2019
2.3: Close to Home Pt. 1
When his best friend was accused of sexual assault in college, Michael didn't want to believe it. But as the truth came out about his friend's behavior, Michael was faced with a difficult choice: continue to be friends with an unrepentant perpetrator of sexual assault, or end a lifelong friendship. This is the first of a two part series of stories from college students who have discovered that a close friend is a perpetrator of sexual assault. They can be listened to in any order.
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