EXPLICIT LANGUAGE. Travel along with Roman and Josh through Wichita, Kansas as they share stories and impressions about restaurants, macaroons , a large Native American guarding the city, and donuts that rivals national chain Voodoo Donuts.
EXPLICIT LANGUAGE. What’s it like to be a boomerang kid? For that matter what “is” a boomerang kid? Are you one of them? This podcast explores the emotional aspects of being a boomerang kid, how it affects relationships and personal growth.
EXPLICIT LANGUAGE. There’s good movies, great movies and then there are the classics. This podcast explores what it takes to become a movie that stands the test of time as a true classic.
EXPLICIT LANGUAGE. This interactive gaming podcast reviews the good, the bad and the ugly of party board games, multi player games and more
As dedicated educators we focus our attention on the methods, theories, concepts and knowledge that it takes to engage our students in the classroom but how much time do we spend sharing some of what we learn with each other? In this podcast Webster University President, Dr. Beth Stroble, shares some of her personal learning opportunities. From her travels to Japan to diverse reading recommendations and invites all of us to share articles and books we read, travel experiences, information on conferences we attend, and more, with each other.
Woodrow Wilson Fellow and award winning executive producer and founder of Spy Pond Productions, Eric Stange, is an independent documentary film producer, director and writer. His work has been broadcast on PBS, The Discovery Channel, and the BBC. In this podcast Eric discusses steps needed when creating a documentary including the importance of identifying the story you want to tell, how to create it, and the business behind producing documentaries.
With the recent vandalism of a Jewish cemetery in University City Webster University President Dr. Beth Stroble and SGA President Carolyn Wiley discuss overcoming negativity with acceptance, advocating for LGBTQ rights and coming together as a community to overcome hate
Webster University President Dr. Beth Stroble and S.G.A. President Carolyn Wiley discuss student topics and university plans.