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The Roundabout S6E3: Beat the Champ

The Roundabout S6E3: Beat the Champ

Climb the turnbuckle high, take two falls out of three Blackout for local TV This week on The Roundabout, a curtain call, desperate housewives, and the human body.   Co-Host: Peter Grant   Playlist: Southwestern Territory The Legend of Chavo Gurrero Foreign...

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The Witching Hour- Weird Laws (December)

In an effort to curb chaos and mayhem, the law system was established to serve as a fair and impartial way to enact judgement and punishment. Often crime is associated with words like “theft” and “murder.” However, laws expand far beyond what is typically considered...

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TrailMix 3/9/20

Hey everyone and thanks for listening! This week's theme was Miss Hendrix! This last weekend we had our annual drag show competition, Miss Hendrix and crowned our very first ever Mr. Hendrix, Bi Fieri! To celebrate, I played songs from each of the contestant's dances....

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The Witching Hour: Episode 13

This week on The Witching Hour, Jaycee describes two instances of murder by poison. Her first terrifying story discusses the tale of the Philly Poison Ring while her second tale describes the terrible Tylenol Murders. Anna recounts Russian myths and legends in her...

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February Post – The Witching Hour

The supernatural segment of today's episode of The Witching Hour explores the Spiritualist movement that swept America in the nineteenth century. Members of Spiritualism circulated the belief that the spirits of the dead exist and could contact the living through...

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The History of Mardi Gras Music

You may think to yourself, "Mardi Gras doesn't have a specific music." Well I ask you, if Christmas music is a genre, Halloween music is a genre, and even New Years has its own song, whose to say that Mardi Gras, celebrated for almost two months, can't have it's own...

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TrailMix 3/2/20

Hey everyone and thanks for listening! Sorry I started my show a little late, we had a few technical difficulties getting access to the booth. This week's theme was Rain (mostly because it's been cloudy on campus for about the last two weeks). I played iconic songs...

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Stagelights 2/28/20

Hey everyone and thanks for listening! This week Spencer and I covered Newsies, a classic Broadway musical popularized by Disney's take up of the film. Newsies is a highly accessible musical due to its appeal to children and lack of cursing, as well as beautiful...

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Ouroboros Diner 2/22/20

Well, that was a nice afternoon at the diner! If you missed it, you can listen here. Before our reading, I played some great songs about dreams (and a few not about dreams!) I hope you liked those as much as I do. In The Inimitable Jeeves today, Bertie suggested Bingo...

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SARS 2/20/2020

This week I talked about the SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) outbreak of 2003. SARS is caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV. Like Ebola and the novel coronavirus, SARS is zoonotic. SARS was first reported in Asia in Feb 2003. There were 8098 infections...

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