On the final episode of Kreepy Kulture, Tyler and Stephanie look back on the season and their favorite moments. They discuss subjects outside of the previous episodes and what the podcast has meant to them. You won't want to miss it!
On the final episode of Pass the Mike, Michael is joined by Dave Mead, a musician and songwriter for his band, to talk about his time in the music industry and the passion he has for the medium. As Pass the Mike closes off for the semester, we recommend checking out past episodes of the series!
On the season finale of Raving Geeks: the geeks discuss their predictions of the sequel to The Batman, the hit Batman movie featuring Robert Pattinson as the titular character. As always, stay geeky and have a great week-y! As the geeks say goodbye for the semester, we recommend that you check out past episodes of Raving Geeks and CM-Life Podcasts.
On the season finale of Level Up Chips, join Max and Mike as they talk about the upcoming games of 2022. While there may not be a lot announced from September to December, the summer time is looking heavy in terms of RPGs, multiplayer games, and more!
After learning about civic engagement and media literacy, guest host Teresa Homsi is joined by her colleague Eric Urbaniak to talk about sustainability at CMU. In this final episode, the pair discuss opportunities and infrastructure that students can engage with to make an impact on campus and beyond. Urbaniak and Homsi also stress the importance of community-based sustainability.
In order to develop solutions to environmental issues, we need to be on the same page and supported by credible, fact-based information. But how do we know what a fact is, what is real and how do we navigate the mess of misinformation? Join guest host Teresa Homsi and professor Troy Hicks as they discuss media literacy - what it is and why it’s important. Hicks is a professor of English and Education at CMU who works with K-12 teachers on implementing media literacy curriculum into their classrooms.
In this first episode of “Every Day is Earth Day,” guest host Teresa Homsi is joined by Maddie Thomas to discuss civic engagement, a broad but imperative concept in implementing sustainable solutions. Thomas is the student coordinator for Central Civics, a program run out of the Mary Ellen Brandell Volunteer Center that works to develop civic skills and promote active citizenship. “Every Day is Earth Day” is a special mini-series that celebrates the spirit of Earth Day with a focus on action through civic engagement, media literacy and opportunities at CMU. This is the podcast’s second-year run with Teresa Homsi, a campus sustainability coordinator with Central Sustainability and Facilities Management
On this week’s episode of Raving Geeks, the Geeks talk about all the fantastic, confusing, and down-right crazy titles that you see for different media. From Ghostbusters to Pokemon Masters: EX, it’s a podcast you won’t want to miss!
On this week's episode of Pass the Mike, Michael is joined by Dr. Joel Lewis, a CMU alumnus who was in the Mount Pleasant punk scene from the early 90's to the late 2000's. From raiding stages to getting a little bare-skinned during performances, you don't want to miss the crazy stories that Lewis has to offer!
On this week's episode of Raving Geeks, the Geeks are joined by Level Up Chips host, Michael Gonzalez, as they talk about the many different video game movie adaptations throughout the years. They even discuss the many movie-to-video-game adaptations. From Sonic the Hedgehog to Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, it's an episode you don't want to miss!
On this episode of diverse voices Host Mia Sikkema and Vice President of Central Michigan University's Organization of Asian Leaders, Gabby Hugo, celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander heritage month and discuss a wide variety of topics important to the Asian American experience.
On this week's Maroon and Bold, sports editor Christian Booher welcomes on reporters Ryan Colores and Sean Chase to talk what's going on in CMU athletics. Ryan dishes on baseball's sweep of Ohio, while Sean talks about the impact of Molly Davis transferring from CMU. All that and more on this week's Maroon and Bold.
On this episode of Past Deadline, University News Editor and guest host Aurora Rae has a conversation with Melissa Isaac. She serves as Gizhwaasod: Protector of the Young at the Michigan Department of Education. Isaac discusses her time with First Lady Jill Biden at the State of the Union on March 1st and how she is supporting the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe from her position at the MDE.
On the all-new limited series podcast, Pass the Mike, join host Michael Piwowarski as he talks to Riot Course- a Southeast-Michigan band. You'll hear them talk about inspirations, the music process, and… the Killdozer? It's a music podcast you don't want to miss!
This week on Maroon and Bold, sports editor Christian Booher welcomes on Megan Youngblood and Ashley Birkeness to talk softball and wrestling. Megan recaps the Chippewa wrestlers and their performance at nationals. Later, Christian talks spring football with Sean Chase.
On this episode of Diverse Voices, host Mia Sikkema tells listeners about a proposed bill in Florida that's been causing uproar all over the United States. The "Don't Say Gay Bill." is sparking controversy over parental rights in the classroom.
On this episode of Kreepy Kulture, Stephanie and Tyler are joined by CMU English Professor Joseph Sommers as they discuss literary horror. While Stephanie and Tyler discuss their personal favorite horror authors, Professor Sommers dives into one of the scariest books of all time.
On this week's episode of Raving Geeks, the Geeks take a look at the season 3 trailer for The Boys- Amazon's hit supe-show with tons of gore, swears, and so much more. This is a very mature show, so viewer discretion advised for this episode!
On this episode of Level Up Chips, Mike and Max join up with the editor-in-chief, Michael Livingston, to talk about how much fun their having with Elden Ring. With some slight spoiler warnings, this is an episode all three of us have been dying to do. You won't want to miss it!
On this week's episode, Christian welcomes on Megan to discuss the four Chippewa wrestlers who will be participating in the NCAA championships March 17-19 in Detroit. Ashley and Noah also join the show to discuss their experiences in Cleveland for the MAC tournament and the future outlook of the Chippewa men's basketball team.
On this episode of Diverse Voices Host Mia Sikkema and Guest Dr. Adhikari Parkash of the Central Michigan University discuss the crisis in Ukraine and how listeners can help from overseas. The following organizations and links are donation sites helping Ukraine. -Ukraine Red Cross: Donate – Товариство Червоного Хреста України (redcross.org.ua) https://redcross.org.ua/en/donate/ - Doctors without Borders: Help save lives. Donate now. | Doctors Without Borders https://donate.doctorswithoutborders.org/secure/donate?_ga=2.36720868.511091533.1646359344-1746275157.1646359344 -Global Citizen: 25 Meaningful Ways You Can Help Ukraine (globalcitizen.org) https://www.globalcitizen.org/en/content/ways-to-help-ukraine-conflict/#:~:text=You%20can%20help%20keep%20the%20curtains%20up%20for,international%20journalists%20during%20the%202014%20%E2%80%9CRevolution%20of%20Dignity.%E2%80%9D
In this week's episode, Christian welcomes on Megan Youngblood to discuss Central Michigan softball's response to a bus accident. The Chippewas, amidst the traumatic event, rallied to win its next game. Megan shares the story and impressions of the team after going through the event. Reporters Ashley Birkeness, Sean Chase and Ryan Colores also share what's been going on with their respective teams. All that and more on this week's Maroon and Bold.
This time on Raving Geeks, the Muppets are the big talk for the Geeks as they decide how each character will fit into their favorite pop-culture series. Will Rizzo the Rat be Qui-Gon-Jin or will it be Gonzo? Tune in on this week’s episode to see it all play out!