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Congress Watch with Catherine is what would happen if Rachel Maddow, C-SPAN, and The Daily Show had a very awkward child. Each week, I will give a quick summary of political current events, discuss upcoming elections or legislation, choose an issue of the week to talk about in detail, and maybe even try to relate the important (or not-so -important) things going on around the country to bad pop songs. If politics and humor are your thing, tune in!
After hours and hours of speaking about art (whatever that is) Sarah McCarty and Dani Dimitrova finally decided to begin recording their conversations of current muses, whether these be ancient artifacts, current art exhibitions or daily interactions. In short, an artist and an aspiring art historian intend to construct, deconstruct and reconstruct some of these ideas throughout the show, using various means to do so: from interviews and special guests, to audio exhibits and plain conversation. Please tune in and send ideas, feedback and questions!
Brandeis and the World
“Brandeis & The World” is a show dedicated to covering both Brandeis and world news with international perspectives and global listeners in most cases. The program sometimes also has special broadcasts with the format of broadcasting the host David Libang Huang’s exclusive interviews with celebrities from around the world. “Brandeis & The World” is also available on Facebook, Twitter, Sina Weibo, and SoundCloud.
This Anthropological Life
“Bringing Culture to Life” through, anthropological readings of current events, interviews, reflections, and discussions. This radio show is a collaboration between Brandeis University graduate students Adam Gamwell, cultural anthropologist, Aneil Tripathy, economic anthropologist, and Ryan Collins, archaeologist. Our goal is to bring anthropology more firmly into the public sphere. Why does this matter? Because we believe anthropology has a deep capacity to narrate and share human (and sometimes not-so-human) stories that bring us to the center of what matters most in social life.
Weekly Headline Roundup
Sometimes college life gets in the way of knowing what’s happening in the world around you. Weekly Headline Roundup is a 30 minute show dedicated to getting you caught up to the biggest stories of the week so that you don’t have to constantly scour the news for them. Tune in every Friday at 4:30 p.m EST to catch the biggest stories of the week and go into the weekend knowing the latest current events!