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Quaran-Tea Time Ep. 3: No yeast bread

Quaran-Tea Time Ep. 3: No yeast bread

Ava Richards, Podcast Managing Editor

April 17, 2020

Due to the quarantine, yeast has become a rare item at some grocery stores as many people have decided to spend this time baking. In this episode of Quaran-Tea Time, follow along as Ava Richards prepares a bread recipe that does not require any yeast, perfect for shortages like these. The original recipe...

Is This Love? Episode 5: Where is the line?

Is This Love? Episode 5: Where is the line?

Samantha Chu, Alena Ruhstaller, and Zachary Khouri

April 17, 2020

So far on the Is This Love? podcast, we've talked about the various types of love and how they fit into our everyday lives. However, what happens when love is taken to an extreme? Join Zach, Alena, and Sam in this episode and discover what modern stalking looks like. They'll discuss their experiences...

‘Mars Needs Moms’ delivers a heartwarming, yet poorly executed film

'Mars Needs Moms' delivers a heartwarming, yet poorly executed film

Ethan Man, Segment Producer

April 16, 2020

I've eagerly waited since December 2019 for the addition of the movie "Mars Needs Moms" to Disney+, a film that I remember fondly from when I first watched it in 2011. Now that it's been added, join me as I pick apart its plot, animation, and characters after my many months of anticipation.

Theatricult Episode 6: Closures and cancellations

Theatricult is a podcast devoted to the unseen magic of technical theater.

Ruya Yaman and Ava Richards

April 16, 2020

Theatrical shows have always been top-rated attractions, with millions attending performances each year. However, in the light of a pandemic, stages across the world have been going dark. This episode, hosts Ava Richards and Ruya Yaman elaborate on how the global shutdowns have impacted the lives of...

Duck Tales Ep. 1: The journey begins

Duck Tales Ep. 1: The journey begins

Payton Zolck, Segment Producer

April 15, 2020

You may have a pet dog, cat, fish, or even a bunny. But not many people have pet ducks. During the summer of 2017, Payton and her dad raised 12 pet ducks and have decided to do it again as a result of the COVID-19 induced quarantine. In the first episode of this vlog series, join Payton Zolck as she...

Mother and daughter duo support first responders

Mother and daughter duo support first responders

Kiana George, Segment Producer

April 15, 2020

The mother and daughter duo, Sheryl and Shaina Greenspan, have been doing community service projects together much of their lives, so when COVID-19 struck the Bay Area, the two women were eager to get involved. The Greenspan family is one who looks to give back to the community, with Sheryl and Shaina...

Queer Time S2E11: How COVID-19 affects the mental health of people in the LGBT community

Queer Time S2E11: How COVID-19 affects the mental health of people in the LGBT community

Miki Nguyen, Podcast Producer

April 15, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many states, including California, to issue a shelter in place order. The order advises all non-essential businesses to close. On today's episode, Miki discusses how the LGBT community's support system and teens' mental health have been affected by this. Miki also interviews...

‘Knives Out’ reinvents the whodunit

'Knives Out' provides the perfect combination of comedy and mystery.

Nicole Coleman, Staff Writer

April 12, 2020

"Knives Out" is the comedic murder-mystery we've all been waiting for. From writer-director Rian Johnson comes a story packed with deception, plot twists, and humor. "Knives Out" is a classic whodunit about the dysfunctional Thrombey family just trying to get by. But after the death of their belov...

Quaran-Tea Time Ep. 2: Chocolate chip cookies

Quaran-Tea Time Ep. 2: Chocolate chip cookies

Ava Richards, Podcast Managing Editor

April 10, 2020

Chocolate chip cookies are a staple in American culture and one of the most widely loved comfort foods. But with hundreds of recipes and techniques to choose from, which one is truly the best? In the second episode of Quaran-Tea Time, join Ava Richards and her guest, Andres Raddavero, a Carlmont senior,...

Sound design is more diverse and accessible than ever

Sound design is more diverse and accessible than ever

Brandon Moon, Segment Producer

April 10, 2020

In the past decade alone, many musicians have utilized digital sound design to elevate their songs because of its accessibility and its variability of sounds. Digital synthesizers electronically create sounds with the user's ability to modify the sound to their liking. They come in many forms, such a...

Quarantine Life Ep. 1: Biking

Quarantine Life Ep. 1: Biking

Preston Kwok, Segment Producer

April 9, 2020

Quarantine Life is where Preston shows what he is up to during the shelter in place. Today he goes on a bike ride to the San Mateo Bridge. Music: Walk Around by Roa https://soundcloud.com/roa_music1031 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https:/...

How the city that never sleeps rests during COVID-19

Empty Streets in New York

Phoebe Gulsen, Segment Producer

April 9, 2020

COVID-19 has spread to over 200 countries with the U.S. currently having the most reported cases in the world. At the center of this pandemic is New York City. Its hospitals are at maximum or exceeding capacity, and its streets are empty. Feature photo: Empty Streets in New York / Lucas Jackson /...

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