Rachel Beaton ('21) interviews her American Hauntings professor about ghost stories at Wellesley, Sarah Kasha ('20) interviews two anonymous sources about hook up spots on campus, Ella Apostoale ('21), Hanan Traiba ('21), and Tara Wattal ('21) interview two students working on an independent study about the history of student activism at Wellesley, and Katherine Hobart ('20) interviews her friend about the Sacred and Profance, a mysterious quad in Claflin.
Georgie Du '18 explores the act of ghosting, Clea Newman '17 investigates ghosts at Wellesley, Emma Stelter '16 discusses horror films, and Abbie Burrus '19 interviews Professor Armstrong about ghost towns.
Sabina Unni '19 and Lily Mohr '19 discuss personal data and FitBits, while Emma Gyorgy '18 interviews a friend about the infamous 36 Questions That Lead to Love in The New York Times.
Abbie Burrus '19 interviews Elizabeth Engel '18, one of her personal heroes.
Emma Gyorgy '18 interviews Anna Thompson '18 about service in the Wellesley community.
Clea Newman '17 interviews fellow housemates at Instead, the feminist co-op.
Music from this episode comes from audio blocks.com and freesound.org.
(0:40) Emma Stelter discusses cause and effect with her math professor.
(13:16): Jesslyn Tannady reflects on an injury and its consequences.
“Every Direction is North” by El Ten Eleven
“Gnossienne No. 2," "Gnossienne No. 1" and "Gymnopedie No. 1," all by Erik Satie
“Cause and Effect” by Amanda Ellis
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