A collection of work from the Podcast Workshop at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts

A New Cope – Picture This: OCD with Sam Marquis

What can we learn about how art helps us cope? On A New Cope, people in different fields discuss how work and hobbies help them cope with life’s endless struggles. This week, producer Ben Kadish interviews Sam Marquis, an amateur photographer at NYU’s Tisch School of the arts. How can Sam’s story about her art and her OCD…

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Testostrogen: The Big Bang or Coming Out If You’re Boring

Producer Raya Hudson writes: Coming out is one of the most difficult parts of transitioning and coming to terms with the pressure of being socially appropriate puts trans people in a tight box. We talk about the process and the trauma of coming out – and getting out of the box society puts us in.You…

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Single and Hating It!: The Truth About College Dating

Producer Max Acrish talks with Nomar Rodriguez: Is it love or just a stomach bug? The biggest struggle for any one college student is not classes, it’s relationships. It’s hard to know what you should be looking for. Relationships are tricky when you’re 20, and single life can be the same.  Our goal on the…

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Finding Your Way: Uncertainty to Doctorate Degree

On this episode of Finding Your Way, the podcast for anyone who is uncertain about what to do with their life, Dr. Susie Lunardi talks about graduating from college in a major unrelated to what she ended up doing. After moving back home post-graduation, she struggled to find a job. She turned her hobby of…

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Fandump: Infinity Train

The show Infinity Train is a science fiction/fantasy show that aired first on Cartoon Network in 2019 before finding a new home at HBO Max. Producer Fiona Haggerty writes: In this episode, my best friend J asks me to go watch it and report back my findings and opinions. As we go over the major plot points…

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How to Not be an A$$hole: Lesson #1

Coffee Chains and Cultural Anthropology Texas is the only place where men pull out their semi-automatics over Frappuccinos and long drive-through lines. Sara Long – former barista – takes a deep dive into the world of foodservice, emotional labor, burnout, and most importantly, what makes customers such fucking assholes. Expect exclusive interviews with employees you’ve…

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