Sia and some trill gals, Amadi, Landry, and Yeabe discuss musicians who have recently come under fire for doing/saying/acting in problematic ways. Let's get into it! Hosted by Sia-Linda Lebbie: @lindalebbie. Produced by Nick Seymour and edited by Sia-Linda Lebbie. Recorded in Wexler Studio at the Kelly Writers House. Theme music by DXPE: @kiddxpebeats. Podcast art by Julia Schorr. Follow the Trillest on Instagram: @thetrillest_upenn.
This week on the Pennalty Box, we talk about Penn football's win over Sacred Heart and preview the critical Ivy-matchup with Columbia on Friday (1:50), discuss other marquee games in college football and the woes of Carter Thompson's former school Florida State (11:40), we make picks on the biggest games of the week (especially Michigan vs. Wisconsin) (14:43), and this week's Hard-nosed Player of the Week goes to Mary Shin for her record-breaking round over fall break. Our special guest this week is associate copy editor Nadia Goldman.
Sia and her trill friends, Arabang, Mariko, Yeabe and Zita discuss how to love your body and ball on a budget. We love to see it! Hosted by Sia-Linda Lebbie: @lindalebbie. Produced by Nick Seymour and edited by Sia-Linda Lebbie. Recorded in Wexler Studio at the Kelly Writers House. Theme music by DXPE: @kiddxpebeats. Podcast art by Julia Schorr. Follow the Trillest on Instagram: @thetrillest_upenn.
Andreas welcomes a new host on the show, Prakash. After a quick summer recap, Angela Huang helps create New Queer Orientation guidelines. Hosted by Andreas Pavlou and Prakash Mishra. Produced and edited by Executive Creative Consultant Sammy Gordon. Recorded in Wexler Studio at the Kelly Writers House. Theme music by Andrew Ellis: @andrew-dummyfresh-ellis. Podcast art by Julia Schorr and photography by Chase Sutton.
This week on the Pennalty Box, we talk about (0:00) Football's disappointing loss at Dartmouth to open Ivy play, (6:50) Women's soccer's impressive win over Cornell and this team's potential in the Ivy League this season, (10:33) Men's soccer's close loss this weekend, (12:29) Volleyball's early missteps and why they're such a surprise, (16:40) Hard-nosed Player of the Week goes to Scott Forbes for his incredible goaltending for men's soccer this weekend. Also, our special guest is senior sports editor Jonathon Pollack.
Penn men's lacrosse suffers a huge upset to Cornell (0:00), women's lacrosse wins a come-from-behind game over Brown but falls to the reigning champion, Maryland (8:25), a big week for men's and women's tennis and softball (19:58), and the sixth Hard-Nosed Player of the Week goes to Erin Barry for her incredible toughness in the win over Brown. Also, this week's special guests are associate sports editor Brevin Fleischer and sportswriter/defenseman Teia Ross, who contribute expert lacrosse knowledge
Penn men's basketball wins the Ivy tournament with a close, hard fought victory over Harvard (0:00), why the Quakers deserved better than a 16-seed in the NCAA tournament (10:30), a look ahead to the matchup against 1-seed Kansas (14:40), hot takes/possible March Madness upsets (23:18), national champion predictions (29:49), and the fourth Hard-Nosed Player of the Week goes to AJ Brodeur for his incredible dominance during the Ivy tournament. Also, this week sports editors Yosi Weitzman and Cole Jacobson join to discuss the huge victory.
Penn men's basketball keeps rolling while looking ahead to a rematch with Harvard, women's basketball takes a tough loss to Princeton but bounces back, Reeham Sedky is the Penn squash GOAT, and the second Hard-Nosed Player of the Week goes to the Penn baseball team for their fight against cancer (Read more and donate: team.curethekids.org/team/146886). Also, an interview with breakout men's basketball star Devon Goodman and special guest Zack DiGregorio, sprint football QB (please, teach him to swim).
In this episode, we take you to the inauguration of 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump and the Women's March the next day. We'll take a look at how Penn students — and college students everywhere — made their voices heard.Hosted by Caroline Simon. Stephen Damianos and Ariel Goldfine. Produced by Joyce Varma. Theme music by Andrew Ellis: @andrew-dummyfresh-ellis.Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now that the dust has settled we sit down with four women of color from different communities around campus to discuss the aftermath of the election. Topics include: racist GroupMe message incident, alternative space in the black community, white allyship, white guilt, Hispanic allyship, Muslim students' experience and more.Hosted by Stephanie Hodges and Taylor Hosking. Produced and edited by Joyce Varma. Music by Noname: www.nonamehiding.com/Drop us a line at email@example.com.
Lots of Penn students hear about their parents’ alma maters, but we caught up with two students whose parents didn’t go to college. Mckayla and Jenny are two of the roughly 1,200 First Generation undergraduates at Penn.Hosted by Leopold Spohngellert and Sydney Schaedel. Produced by Joyce Varma. Music by Andrew Ellis.
This week we sat down with Penn percussionist and jazz musician Alejandro Utria Terán to hear about vibrant music and cultural communities on campus and around Philadelphia.Hosted by Stephanie Hodges and Taylor Hosking. Produced and edited by Joyce Varma.Music by Noname: www.nonamehiding.com/
What is the "Penn bubble"? Tune in to hear students and administrators talk about living on a college campus in the city of Philadelphia.
This week's episodes starts with a discussion of the Penn football non-conference schedule, especially the resurgent defense (1:30), the two QBs (4:50), the excellent receivers and running backs (7:05), and a preview of this weekend's Ivy-opener at Dartmouth (10:40). Then, we talk about Justin Watson and the Tampa Bay Bucs (13:30), Penn transfer Michael Collins in the TCU-Texas game (16:40), a strong start for men's, women's soccer and sprint football (18:45), and Tiger Woods!!!! (20:20). Also, this week's Hard-Nosed Player of the Week goes to Sasha Stephens (21:30). Sports editor Yosi Weitzman stopped in as this week's special guest.
Andreas plans a few surprises for John's last episode, also the last episode of the season. Nick Joyner brings on a version of Consent or No.Hosted by John Holmes and Andreas Pavlou. Produced by Lauren Sorantino with creative consulting by Joyce Varma. Edited by Sammy Gordon. Recorded in Wexler Studio at the Kelly Writers House. Theme music by Andrew Ellis: @andrew-dummyfresh-ellis. Podcast art by Kate Jeon.
Penn men's basketball falls to Kansas in the NCAA tournament (0:00), women's basketball wins against Albany but loses to Saint John's in the WNIT (20:34), a look back at our March Madness takes (25:14), hot takes/possible March Madness upsets (37:10), and the fifth Hard-Nosed Player of the Week goes to Zoe Belodeau for her seven points in women's lacrosse's win over no. 19 Duke. Also, this week sports editor Yosi Weitzman takes the place of an ill, soft, absent Marc Margolis.
An interview with Tony Price, Penn class of 1979 and the leading scorer on the most successful basketball team in Penn's history.
John and Andreas talk to Nick Joyner about anti-queer architecture on campus, and stage an intervention for alumnus Giovanni Iaboni.Hosted by John Holmes and Andreas Pavlou. Produced by Lauren Sorantino with creative consulting by Joyce Varma. Edited by Sammy Gordon. Recorded in Wexler Studio at the Kelly Writers House. Theme music by Andrew Ellis: @andrew-dummyfresh-ellis. Podcast art by Kate Jeon.
Penn men's basketball gets a big revenge win over Harvard (0:00), men's lacrosse with a HUGE upset over no. 1 Duke (8:31), championships and success across the board (go women's track!) (16:17), women's basketball suffer a disappointing loss (17:58), #IvyMadness predictions (22:37), and the third Hard-Nosed Player of the Week goes to Chris Santangelo of men's lacrosse (29:50). Also, this week's special guest is senior sports reporter and lax guru Brevin Fleischer.
The team discusses bad corporate writing from Tazo, Untuckit, and dear old Penn. Julia's younger brother Eric joins as a special guest, but unfortunately has to leave halfway through due to an info session.Hosted by Julia Bell, Mica Tenenbaum, and Lauren Sorantino. Produced by Joyce Varma. Theme music by Mica Tenenbaum.