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During our mid-season break, we will be revisiting some of our favorite episodes from past seasons. In this episode, Jac covers the Space Race between the Soviet Union and the US.
In this episode of "What's Going On?" with Nat, we talk about the recent developments following the U.S.'s withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.
In this special collaboration with the Scrolls & Leaves podcast, Jac and Nat discuss the not so distant history of Canadian residential schools for Indigenous children. You've probably hear a lot about these "schools" in the news recently, but do you
The 2021 Tokyo Olympics are in its final stretch this week, but did you notice anything different this year? There were no fans! Price of delaying the Olympics a year + no ticket sale revenue to cover the costs = one hefty bill for Japan! In this Econ Wit
From the absolute monarchies in medieval times to the soft, elderly Queen Elizabeth II today, have you ever wondered how the British Monarchs got to this point? In this episode, Jac and Nat discuss the various events that led to the English royals' loss o
The relationship between Iran and the US has always been a rough one, and in today's episode we're going to highlight one of the major events that has shaped this relationship. The Iran Hostage Crisis defined the future of US-Iran relations, changed the c
Efforts to stamp out the drug trade in Latin America have been met with horrific violence and retaliation. As countries struggle to combat drug trafficking, the severity of conflict continues to grow more widespread. So, how did we get here? In this episo
In this episode, we are joined by a very special guest, Becky from the Halfie Project! Becky shares with us the history of K-Pop and how influential events and domestic politics have shaped the Korean music scene throughout the years. Thanks again to Beck
In this episode of the miniseries "What's Going On?", Nat breaks down the violent conflict developing in Ethiopia between rebels in the region of Tigray and the federal government.
Study abroad is expensive, but luckily there are scholarships available to help! In this guest episode, we talk about the founding of the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship as well as application tips and deadlines. Special thanks to our guest f