Jacob Hales delves into the impact soap has made throughout mankind… Continue reading Soap
Nancy Gonzales tells us how the unnecessary Daylight Savings impacts our health… Continue reading Daylight Savings & Your Health
Nancy Gonzales tells us what our favorite pair of shoes say about you… Continue reading What Your Shoes Say About You
Malena Esposito tells us about where some of our favorite vintage toys came from Continue reading The Origins of Classic Toys
Twumasi Duah-Mensah provides details as to what we can expect for tomorrow’s pep rallies… Continue reading Operation Wisdom Pep Rallies
Elizabeth Klein tells us why she doesn’t kare for the krazy Kardashians… Continue reading Why I Hate the Kardashians
Kara Haselton questions the surprisingly strange concept of colors Continue reading Is My Blue, Your Blue?
As her senior year comes to a close, Peyton Lawson gives her advice to the junior class Continue reading Dear Class of 2019
You’re getting sick, but is it the flu or the pollen? Nancy Gonzales answers your questions on how to distinguish the symptoms. Continue reading Allergies or a Cold?
A barrier is defined as a circumstance or obstacle that keeps people apart or prevents communication or progress. Now more than ever, we seem to be surrounded by these walls—both fault and no fault of our own. Us vs. them … Continue reading Listen to the Entire ‘This Husky Life Breaking Barriers’ Series!
Kara Haselton investigates the issue surrounding the disapproval of young people by older generations. She finds that it’s a two-way issue and then endeavors to break the barrier between generations so the future can be a more hopeful place. Advertisements Continue reading THIS HUSKY LIFE VOL 3: Young People and the World
Malena Esposito really likes make-up. In her podcast, she looks into the opposing views of girls who wear or don’t wear make-up, as well as the double standards seen in the world of beauty. Advertisements Continue reading THIS HUSKY LIFE VOL 3: Double Standards
Jacob Hales discusses the issue with hearing only one side of a story. He gives examples of the harm that a lack of education can cause in a world that relies on unity in the midst of diversity. Advertisements Continue reading THIS HUSKY LIFE VOL 3: Danger of a Single Story
Elizabeth Klein is passionate about feminism. But she often finds that there’s many different perspectives on what being a ‘feminist’ means. In this podcast, she endeavors to break down the misconceptions that prevent people from understanding what feminism really is. Advertisements Continue reading THIS HUSKY LIFE VOL 3: Feminism
Peyton Lawson draws attention to the common use of the word “retarded” and introduces her personal experiences justifying why jokingly insulting people with the word “retarded” is unacceptable. Her podcast addresses a very relatable issue, as many people still use … Continue reading THIS HUSKY LIFE VOL 3: The R-Word
Nick Swafford discusses the animosity that arises between people who identify as Evolutionists versus Creationists. Listen as he interviews people from both sides of the spectrum and then proposes a solution to break the barrier between the two. Advertisements Continue reading THIS HUSKY LIFE VOL 3: Creationism Vs Evolutionism
Though both events have passed, Jacob Hales compares Super Bowl commercials to Winter Olympics commercials Continue reading Analyzing Olympic Commercials
Elizabeth Klein recounts her experience of the Students’ March on Raleigh to protest gun laws Continue reading Students’ March on Raleigh
Sure, movies are great, but have you ever wondered why they captivate us so quickly? Continue reading The Purpose of Watching Movies
Malena Esposito uses science to prove that coffee is actually healthy! Continue reading Scientific Benefits of Coffee