Produced by Eden Turner
A comedic profile segment on a close friend, interviewed by a close friend.
Produced by Kaylin
Using laughter to work through my memories and mental health.
Produced by Jennifer Lu
Not a lot of people my age know Taiwanese songs from the 80s and 90s. They are considered "the old people" songs. So how come I know them? Let's find out!
Theo Wayt's Solo Viola Recital. Performing Adagio and Allegro 70 by Robert Schumann. New York University. November 18, 2018.
Frats and Sororities are often college students' go-to when it comes to expanding social life and making connections. But what happens when there's no greek life at the school? We'll delve deeper into how social justice groups and organizations become the alternative for many students to make friends and connections.
Produced by Jackson Pacheco
Produced by Lily Majteles
The obnoxious sound of chewing gum.
Produced by Sasha Berliner
Sasha Berliner introduces and ruminates on the vibraphone, a poignant sound memory of her upbringing and embracing a career as a musician.
Produced by Dave McVeigh
Uncovering the truth behind silence by recalling the first time I heard John Cage's 4'33.
A conversation with a conflicted Parsons student.
How do commuter students navigate life on campus while living off campus? Find out here, including an interview with Aaron Brown about his final thesis on the L train shutdown.
Produced by Ben Burge
Ben discovers a weird fluttering roar he can hardly make sense of. How can we alliterate fear when we cannot connect?
Produced by Jennifer Lu
85-year-old Hisae Vilca tells the story of how she became a restaurateur and her love journey which both started in another country, Japan.
We are all exposed to art at some moment in time, but the moment recognize we can live in the world as creatives and contribute to the arts it's a very powerful moment in an artist career. In this profile piece I sit down with my good friend Alex Anez and we talk about her transition from Venezuela to the US when she was 11 years old, her experience in the arts, and the moment she recognized she could peruse the arts as a career choice. Thank you guys so much for listening. Feedback always welcomed.
Produced by Adrian Eng
A love story told through music and memory.
Produced by Ryan Natsis
Ryan Natsis describes the first time they came into contact with the ASMR phenomenon, and how it changed the way they relax ever since.
Music excerpt: “Secrets” - Astron
Produced by Michael Andrews
This sound memory is about the first time I experienced an asthma attack. While spending a summer with my grandma in the Dominican Republic I got my hands on what I thought was a bucket of water; causing me to wake up in the middle of the night to a sound and a feeling I had never experienced before. I hope you guys enjoy! Feedback is always welcome, thank you so much for listening!
Could The New School be dong more to educate its students on environmental responsibility? We talked to Sustainable Systems professor Michelle Laporte to find out.