The Michigan Daily’s limited series podcasts are a collection of projects sparked by staffer’s passion about a specific topic. The current series available are: 1) 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. 2) 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.
We’re shifting our focus to Michigan women in STEM. From Newton to Darwin to Mendel to Hawking to Bill Nye, male scientists have been getting recognized forever. Women, on the other hand? Not so much. Guests include Barbara Sloat and Ciara Sivels.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 43MB - Duration: 31:18 m (192 kbps 44100 Hz)
Title IX changed the game... literally. This episode, we’re shifting our focus to women in athletics at the University. Women’s varsity sports are a massive enterprise at U-M. This was certainly not always the case.
Filetype: M4A - Size: 43MB - Duration: 31:02 m
This episode, we’re shifting our focus to the 1st women in various branches of art at UofM, we interviewed Sara Krulwich of The Daily and Jennifer Spears of WTF magazine to delve into the history of other women who hit it first.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 38.75MB - Duration: 28:13 m (192 kbps 44100 Hz)
This episode welcomes you to She Hit It First with a history of the very first female students, educators, and admin on campus, featuring interviews with U-M's first female president Mary Sue Coleman and first deal of LSA Edie Goldenburg
Filetype: M4A - Size: 57.92MB - Duration: 30:55 m
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