Alex Carlin is an American rock musician and songwriter, best known as a member of seminal California bands The Rubinoos and Psycotic Pineapple, as well as for his solo career.
Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday @ 9AM for an interview with Betul Ayranci from Berkeley Law School. Betul is a lawyer who has practiced overseas in Turkey, where she received her professional law degree, and Amsterdam. She's currently working on a JSD here at Berkeley while also working part-time at an American broadcasting company.
On Method to the Madness, Friday October 8 at noon, host Lisa Kiefer Katovich, will speak with Charles Amirkhanian, Bay Area composer, sound artist, percussionist and radio producer. He is also co-founder, executive director, and artistic director of Other Minds, the adventurous annual program of new and unusual music by innovative composers and performers, young and old, from around the world.
Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday @ 9AM for an interview with Sara Kahanamoku from the Department of Integrative Biology. Sara is a historical ecologist who studies subfossils, the remains of organisms that died in the recent past. Specifically, they're looking at how populations of single-celled organisms in the Santa Barbara Basin have changed in the past two centuries, during California's rapid population growth.
Tune in to hear them discuss Michael's recent book "Unconventional Vehicles" and companion album "Songs for Unconventional Vehicles." They delve into the challenges of converting forty-five of the strangest cars, trains, planes, submersibles, dirigibles and rockets into song.
Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday @ 9AM for an interview with Cat Taylor from the Department of Integrative Biology. Cat is a biological anthropologist who studies the postcranial skeletons of human and nonhuman primates. In the interview, she discusses her work before the COVID era, when she measured physical specimens in the National Museum of Ethiopia, as well as her work with digital data during the COVID era.