, and She Runs The World, Episode 7: Jenn Wiggins on Engaging Minority Voices on Sexual Assault

On this episode of She Runs The World, Kaei Li, Emily Jaster, and Sienna Brancato sit down with Jenn Wiggins of Health Education Services to talk about how to open up campus spaces, especially clubs, to discussions on predatory behavior and how to engage minority students in those conversations.

and Fresh Voices: Dajour Evans on Music and the Black Community That Raised Her

In this episode of Fresh Voices, Assistant Voices Editor Julia Pinney is joined by Dajour Evans to discuss her recent Carrying On piece, “Don’t Forget the Happy Thoughts.” The two touch on the culture in which she was raised at her home in Brooklyn, and how it differs from that of Georgetown. Her piece can be...

and Fresh Voices: Lizz Pankova on Existentialism, Absurdism and the Eric Andre Show

In this episode of Fresh Voices, Voices Editor Sienna Brancato talks with Assistant Voices Editor Lizz Pankova about her column, “On the Brain.” In her latest article, Lizz writes about the Eric Andre Show and Absurdism, so the two tackle these topics, touching on Albert Camus and the psychology of humor.


<i>Fresh Voices</i>: Rebecca Zaritsky on Open Access, Euthanasia, and Mental Health

Fresh Voices: Rebecca Zaritsky on Open Access, Euthanasia, and Mental Health

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In this episode of Fresh Voices, Opinions Editor Sienna Brancato talks with Rebecca Zaritsky about her recent entry to her column, “Open Access.” The article discusses her grandmother’s death, which leads into a conversation about her experiences with the American public health system, her thoughts on assisted suicide, and chronic illness. Rebecca’s column, “Open Access: On…

Defenders United: Cheryl Reedy-Sobeski

Defenders United: Cheryl Reedy-Sobeski


“I would go into courtrooms and there wouldn’t be women lawyers there, and I would say, ‘I’m going to keep coming in here so that they get used to seeing a woman.’ I remember thinking that at the time — ‘I’m not going anywhere, I’m going to keep coming.’” In Episode 3, Cheryl Sobeski-Reedy discusses…

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