In this episode, Devon O’Dwyer, Claire Goldberg, and Panna Gattyan talk about Panna’s role as a designer for the Fashion Issue and their favorite pop culture fashion icons. TV and movies we reference in the podcast: (from left to right): Sabrina The Teenage Witch, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, and Sex and…
On this episode of the Untitled Leisure Podcast, the first edition of The Guantlet, where Daniel Varghese and Danielle Hewitt hold hotly contested pop culture debates. This time, whether or not the finale of How I Met Your Mother was a good episode.
In this episode of the Untitled Leisure Project, host Daniel Varghese sits down with Danielle Hewitt, Jon Block, and Mike Bergin to discuss the first season Atlanta. Topics include the show’s realism and surrealism, defying expectations, and favorite episodes.
On this week’s Untitled Leisure Project, host Daniel Varghese talks with leisure editor Mike Bergin about their favorite little known comedians. Warning: this podcast contains some sexually explicit content.
In this week’s Untitled Leisure Project, Danielle Hewitt, filling in for Daniel Varghese, sits down with Jon Block and Kenneth Lee to discuss the Netflix (and former Channel 4) show Black Mirror. The trio look at some of the overarching themes of the show, discuss favorite episodes, and examine the first episode of the recently…
Bon Iver is back! In this week’s Untitled Leisure Podcast, host Daniel Varghese, Leisure Editor Mike Bergin, Assistant Leisure Editor Caitlin Mannering, and News staff writer Michael Coyne, discuss the band’s new album 22, A Million, and the group’s artistic growth.
On this episode of the Untitled Leisure Podcast, host Daniel Varghese, Erika Bullock, and Danielle Hewitt explore the dark depths of YouTube for your procrastination needs. Topics include makeup tutorials, tiny house videos, and trap remixes of children’s songs. Enjoy!
In this episode of the Untitled Leisure Podcast, host Daniel Varghese sits down with Danielle Hewitt, Jon Block, and Mike Bergin to discuss the premiere two episodes of Donald Glover’s new show, Atlanta. Topics include the show’s humor and its unique depiction of black characters.