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Unpopular Opinion Episode 6: Suppressors should be removed from the NFA

SWAT officer fires his suppressed AR-15 in a training exercise.

Sean Liuli, Podcast Producer

April 9, 2020

Suppressors have long been a controversial addition to the National Firearms Act (NFA). Officially named "silencers," these weapon attachments have also been the source of many misconceptions from both Hollywood and the media. However, join host Sean Liuli as he delves deeper into the true aspects of...

Processing Minority S2E2: The battle against isolation

This episode, Clarisse discusses the ways teenagers have been staying occupied, while in quarantine.

Clarisse Bell, Podcast Producer

April 9, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, teenagers in the Bay Area have been battling boredom in the past few weeks of quarantine. As a result, they have found ways to stay engaged while locked at home. Today, Clarisse speaks to a few Bay Area teens on how their experience has been so far, as well as what they...

Nobody Asked Podcast Episode 6: TikTok is a fantastic platform

From dance videos to sports to comedy, TikTok offers opportunities for all to create content and be seen.

David Su, Podcast Producer

April 9, 2020

Unless you live under a rock, chances are you have seen a TikTok. From dance videos to sports to comedy, TikTok offers opportunities for all to create content and be seen. Listen in as host David Su talks about the pros and cons of the viral platform and how it has shaped its creators, as well as aspects. Follow...

Apodcalypse Ep 1: Boredom strikes

Right now, life's a little crazy. As the news swirls with pandemic stories from across the world, join Maddy, Rachel, and Emma as they talk about how COVID-19 is affecting their everyday lives.

Maddy Ting, Rachel McCrea, and Emma O'Connor

April 6, 2020

When boredom strikes, what should you do? Right now, life's a little crazy. As the news swirls with pandemic stories from across the world, join Maddy, Rachel, and Emma as they talk about how COVID-19 is affecting their everyday lives. They discuss distance learning and at-home entertainment to occupy...

Is This Love? Episode 4: Heartbreak

Is This Love? Episode 4: Heartbreak

Samantha Chu, Alena Ruhstaller, and Kimberly Mitchell

April 2, 2020

Breakups: the worst part of any relationship. At some point, everyone experiences some sort of breakup, but different people have different ways of coping with it. In this episode of Is This Love?, Sam, Kimberly, and Alena talk about how they have dealt with breakups in the past as well as the...

Quaran-Tea Time Ep. 1: Mille-feuille

In the first episode of the series, Ava tries to make a french dessert!

Ava Richards, Podcast Managing Editor

March 27, 2020

Instead of wasting the hours away scrolling through social media during this period of quarantine caused by COVID-19, why not bake a delicious treat? In this first episode of Quaran-Tea Time, follow along as Ava Richards creates her own version of mille-feuille, a pastry dessert from France. The original...

Travis Sweeney: Helping the community through cutting hair

Travis Sweeney: Helping the community through cutting hair

Josh Barde, Segment Producer

March 27, 2020

For 14 years, Travis Sweeney has been an entrepreneur creating a more personal barbershop experience and helping kids with special needs find their own unique style. Through battling obstacles, Sweeney has focused his efforts on using his own methods to make a happy and enjoyable barbershop.

Theatricult Episode 5: Relations and reliability

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

Ruya Yaman and Ava Richards

March 27, 2020

Despite the name, not everything about technical theater is quite so technical — one of the lesser known, yet equally essential, steps to a successful production is to create connections with the people you are working with. This episode is all about having healthy and reliable relationships with...

‘Emma.’ exceeds expectations as another great Jane Austen adaptation

'Emma.' exceeds expectations as another great Jane Austen adaptation

Anna Cassidy, Segment Producer

March 27, 2020

Anna Cassidy provides her thoughts and opinions on the newly released film “Emma.,” explaining how the incredible detail of the characters and performance of the actors enhanced her love for the movie.

Rise Against Hunger fulfills community craving for service

Rise Against Hunger fulfills community craving for service

Andrew Ghazouli, Segment Producer

March 25, 2020

In the midst of the 815 million people who struggle with hunger and malnutrition today, an organization called Rise Against Hunger has managed to pack and ship over 500 million meals to places like Vietnam, Cambodia, and the Philippines. For over 20 years, the organization has empowered communities a...

Queer Time S2E10: News coverage of the trans community is misrepresented

Queer Time S2E10: News coverage of the trans community is misrepresented

Miki Nguyen, Podcast Producer

March 24, 2020

Transgender individuals face discrimination frequently, and there is a lot of violence against the trans community. However, most news stations do not cover these incidents properly. On today's episode, Miki talks about a recent act of violence surrounding a trans woman's death and talks to Carlmont...

Processing Minority S2E1: Extracurricular cancelation due to COVID-19

The second season of Processing Minority kicks off with the canceling of extracurriculars during Covid-19.

Clarisse Bell, Podcast Producer

March 23, 2020

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has hit everyone differently, many communities have seen cancelations in school, work, and travel all in the promotion of safety. For many teenagers and adolescents, the extracurriculars they participate in are what make them who they are, and giving up these events has...

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