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Reflection on Podcast “Love in the Time of Covid”

For this podcast, we want to discuss people’s relationships during the time of Covid, especially about couples. During the Covid time, it is much harder to meet with everyone else than any time before. People are all forced to lock in their homes and communicate online. However, in this special time, we still see manyContinue reading “Reflection on Podcast “Love in the Time of Covid””

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[Producer Reflection] Public Health Graduate Program Admissions Amidst COVID

As a prospective Master of Public Health (MPH) student, I attended several online information sessions of graduate schools over the summer to learn more about their programs. One commonality I immediately noticed was not about the programs themselves but how all the admission counselors mentioned COVID-19 in some way during their presentations. This made meContinue reading “[Producer Reflection] Public Health Graduate Program Admissions Amidst COVID”

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Infectious Fashion

In our final podcast we discussed the latest fashion trends highlighted by the pandemic. And how being in a pandemic has shaped the way we present ourselves. This podcast featured Sebastian Gutierrez, an Emory student and our local fast fashion expert. You can listen to it here. After making two podcasts, I feel my group […]

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Zooming Through Doom

In our second podcast, we discuss the effects of zoom learning from a student perspective. Generally from what I’ve heard, Zoom learning was not something many students were a fan of. It’s a little awkward, can be tricky to use, just doesn’t feel the same as being in a classroom with other students. In this […]

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Unmasking the Memes

In our first installment of the Voices Through the Mask podcast, Saketh, Neil, and I analyze a series of popular memes and trends we’ve witnessed one various social media platforms with an aim to unmask the underlying implications they may have had on our thoughts and behaviors over the course of the pandemic. You can […]