The Michigan Daily’s limited series podcasts are a collection of projects sparked by staffer’s passions about a specific topic. The current series available are: 1) Apodcalypse — A series brought to you by the entire Michigan Daily Podcast team (Arts, Interrupted, Highway to Hail, The Daily Weekly and Pass the MiC) that looks into how COVID-19 has affected culture as a whole. 2) She Hit It First- A journey through Women's history at the University of Michigan. The Michigan Daily and What the F Magazine guide you through the stories of our forbearers in honor of Women's History Month. 3) Things Men Ruined- A discussion about the intersection of culture and sexual harassment & assault. This series explores various fields including, but not limited to film, television, comedy, athletics, theatre and music.
A message from the Pass the MiC team about unity in our current times.
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In Part 1 of this special aPODcalypse edition, senior editor Ben Katz discusses the effects COVID-19 has had on Michigan Athletics. Plus, an interview with Assistant Director of Athletic Counseling, Abigail Eiler, to learn how student athletes are coping.
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The pandemic is altering art as we know it. In this episode of Apodcalypse, Arts, Interrupted explores the various avenues artists and companies have adapted during this wild time. To get an insider look, Emily and Sam chat with Alex Stoitsiadis of Dogleg
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In reaction to the surge of change experienced as our world is overcome by a pandemic, there has also been a surge of information. The team spoke with Dr. Abdul El-Sayed and members of the U-M community to discuss the pandemic and its effect at U-M.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 43.24MB - Duration: 37:47 m (160 kbps 44100 Hz)
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