A podcast by Evan Myers examining how changes in politics and culture affect college communities across the country through long-form interviews and a special guest each week.
Greek Week: Controversy on Campus
Greek Life today finds itself at the crossroads of several major issues on campus.From the abolish Greek life movement and calls for racial justice to COVID-19 response, greek groups around the country have found themselves once again at the center of controversy on campus. In this episode, we chat with my brother, a Sigma Nu at Northwestern University, Rebecca Griesbach and Hannah Saad from the University of Alabama, and finally Luke Allcock, Furman's former IFC President to discuss all things Greek.
Aug. 22, 2020
Fall Sports Cancelled - Checking In with Furman QB Hamp Sisson
Quick check-in with Furman QB Hamp Sisson to touch base on how the football team and other fall athletes are responding to the SOCON's decision to cancel fall sports.
Aug. 18, 2020
Sports this Semester - Can College Athletics Survive COVID-19?
The threat of COVID-19 on campus may cause conferences around the country to cancel college athletics this fall. We sit down with Furman QB Hamp Sisson and guard Alex Hunter to discuss how they are approaching their upcoming seasons. Plus, we check in with Jack West, Editor in Chief of the Auburn Plainsman, to learn a bit more about where Auburn and the SEC stand on football this fall.
Aug. 13, 2020
COVID-19 Response on Campus
COVID-19 response and coming back to campus safely this fall with Furman University's Dr. Jason Cassidy and Dr. John Wheeler.