Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday, February 16 at 9 AM, for an interview with Jane Henderson from the Department of Geography. Jane studies how communities conceptualize the spaces they occupy and how conceptions of space define and create social interactions. Her dissertation focuses on geographies in Minnesota; she examines the relationship of Black Midwesterners to the frontier.
Do you prefer to be on your own rather than be in an unsuitable relationship? Have plans for the future that don't necessarily include someone else? Do your friends and family think it's odd that you don't bring a partner along to parties and events? Well, you're definitely not alone, but you may be Quirkyalone. Tune in on Sunday, February 14, from 9a-12p and find out.
Host Cia Cia La Pirata starts the show with an international Rock & Roll trip to hear The Alex Carlin Band in concert at PEAKSOUND Club in Moscow, Russia. This new set took place (in front of a live audience!) on January 7, 2021 and was recorded at the venue for us to present on KALX Live! this week.
Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday, February 2nd @9AM for an interview with Mohamad Jarada from the Department of Anthropology. Mohamad studies how marginalized communities protect and assert themselves through civil, political, social, and economic rights.
Since her 2015 debut, Maggie Lindemann has quietly emerged as one of pop’s most subversive forces. Without a filter, her uncompromising approach drove the breakout “Pretty Girl” to platinum status and over 1 billion streams.