00:09 – Inside Look with Alexandra George 13:02 – 34th & Art with Lizzy Friedman (1st Segment) 17:56 – Drexel Update with Emily McAndrews 30:20 – 34th & Art with Lizzy Friedman (2nd Segment)
Inside Look: The Other Pandemic Alex takes a look at the repetitive treatment of sexual assault/harassment in our society and how this behavior carries over to college campuses.
34th & Art: Oat No You Don’t Mess With Philly Street Art After a failed attempt to market their new oat milk, Minor Figures faced some serious backlash around the Philly art community.
Drexel Update: Making Change On Campus With Student Body President-Elect Jarod Watson. Emily McAndrews sits down with Student Body President-Elect Jarod Watson. They discuss how he plans on leading USGA this upcoming year on certain initiatives, as well as reflects on his experience with student government during his time at Drexel.
34th & Art: Women in Music Business are a Dime (+ Dog) a Dozen Lizzy sits down with the ladies behind Dime + Dog Records, the first ever fully female operated record label to come out of Drexel. These 5 sophomores are ready to rock the music industry. Find them on Instagram @dimeanddogrecords
Emily McAndrews sits down with Student Body President-Elect Jarod Watson. They discuss how he plans on leading USGA this upcoming year on certain initiatives, as well as reflects on his experience with student government during his time at Drexel.
Drexel Update: This week host Eva Elizabeth Kraus and Adam Zahn (Director in the Office of Global Engagement at Drexel University) discuss what is means to be a global citizen and how we can become better global citizens — even in a pandemic world.
34th & Art: No Cis Men show is exactly what it sounds like. A senior project created by EAM student Isabella Raposa, highlights the voices of non cis-gendered men.
Thunder Index: On this episode of Thunder Index, we finally break down what sustainability actually is! Learn more about fossil fuels, COVID reports on campus, and our newest addition: Cloud of the Week! Tune in next week for more science, storms, stars and sustainability. It’s always thundering in Philadelphia!
Emily talks with Jillian Saunders, President of Drexel Engineers Without Borders, about the student organization’s work on campus, in Philly, and abroad for sustainability. They apply what they learn in the classroom and bring it to real-world projects. You can learn more about Engineers