Sunday, May 25, 2014

Episode 4.12

Anna Shepard interviews Mark D. White, professor of Philosophy and author of The Virtues of Captain America: Modern Day Lessons on Character from a World War II Superhero. KSPC DJs from the Class of 2014 send their goodbyes to the station and its listeners.

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Monday, May 12, 2014

Episode 4.11

Unemployment among formerly incarcerated individuals is a major issue across the United States. On tonight’s episode, Devan Brettkelly sits down with Crossroads transitional home director Jackie White to put the issue in a local context. Next, a humorous look at the mother-child relationship in a fictional performance by Ian Dangla and Anna Shepard entitled “The Phone Call From Hell.” Later in the show, the Interchange revisits an interview with Aviva Chomsky by Sergio Rodriguez. Finally, we end the show with the short humorous essay “Young and Dumb” by friend of the show, Ellie McElvain.

Monday, May 5, 2014

Episode 4.10

"This Claremont Life" returns as Anna Sheperd gives us another look back on college from the perspective of alumni who graduated decades ago: first, Lance recalls what it meant for him to be a gay but not “out” as a student, then Diane speaks about claiming space for women at Dartmouth. Later in the show, talented comedian and writer Ellie McElvain returns to the Interchange to share two thought-provoking creative essays.

Episode 4.9

Ann Kirkpatrick interviews three founding members of Scripps College Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault on their new organization and the complex subject of trigger warnings. Later in the show, Anna Sheperd presents another installment of "This Claremont Life," this time examining college stories from people who haven’t stepped foot in a college classroom in decades.

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Monday, April 14, 2014

Episode 4.8

Ian Dangla interviews director Giovanni Ortega, who directed the Claremont College’s Theatre Department’s recent Medieval Mystery Plays. Later, Anna Shepard presents the second installment of "This Claremont Life," this time focusing on the military as an alternative college experience.

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Monday, April 7, 2014

Episode 4.7

Middle school students from Fremont Academy in the city of Pomona share their stories on themes of friendship, school, and family in a project by Pomona Partners, a mentorship program by the Draper Center for Community Partnerships at Pomona College, made possible by the Mellon Elemental Arts Initiative. The KSPC Poetry Program presents the poetry of Ellie McElvain, a rising comedian and Scripps College senior whom you might recognize from Monday Night Live, which airs Mondays at 10pm on KSPC.

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Thursday, March 20, 2014

Episode 4.6

Ann Kirkpatrick investigates Google Glass and interviews Media Studies Professor Tom Connelly at Pomona College. Sergio Rodriguez discusses activism and undocumented students with Aviva Chomsky.

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