Archive for October, 2006
Xernalia and Hiro continue sharing their experiences as college seniors, as well as their plans for after graduation. Listen to Podcast
Eden talks about baking and podcasting, Matt continues his conversation from the last episode, and Casey has a conversation with both Dennis and Eden. Listen to Podcast
Natasha and Ashley continue to share their first college experiences; from making friends to their first impression of campus and classes. Listen to Podcast
It’s the Fall semester and we’re starting the new academic year with all new freshmen.
Natasha Gonsalves and Ashley Lewis talk about their first days on campus and how they made the transition.
This is the debut of a new show in which Eden and I talk about everything from tomatoes to anxiety attacks and relationships. It’s an in depth exploration of what it’s really like to be a college student with all it’s ups and downs. Listen to Podcast
In the summer of 2006 Mansfield University Music Professor Dr. Kenneth Sarch arranged a march, minuet and capriccio written by founding father Ben Franklin. He recorded the compositions with his high school band, the String Fling Ensemble. In the first episode, Dr. Sarch talks about finding Franklin’s music and his thoughts about how and why Franklin wrote them. Listen to Podcast
Dr. Kenneth Sarch continues his conversation about Ben Franklin’s music as well as providing a live demonstration of one of Franklin’s compositions. We also hear two of the founding father’s works as performed by Dr. Sarch’s student group, the String Fling Ensemble. Listen to Podcast
Eden talks about breaking up with her fiance, her battle with Facebook and burying her fish. Casey talks about performing for thousands and his heavy workload this semester Listen to Podcast.