In this podcast, Brenda and Emily discuss women in the music industry. We go further in comparing American artist Beyonce and Afghanistan artist Soosan Firooz. Both these women are using their voice to bring attention to women's rights by empowering women.
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The goal of our podcast is to introduce students at Moraine Valley to Islamic art. We covered a variety of topics such as patterns, religious significant, architecture, and clothing. We connected the research to events that happened on campus as a part of the Mosaic event series.
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Jon and Henry discuss the artists' inspirations for their work, whatever that may be, and how their audiences react. We mention that everyone has both an intended and unintended audience, part of both of our theses. Throughout, we reference the performance of Niyaz and some of our sources used in our annotated bibliographies.
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For our informative speech, I recorded a podcast where my topic was women's colleges. I broke it down into three sub topics. First was the history of all women colleges, and how they began. The second was how women's colleges deal with the complexities of modern day gender. The last topic was about how female stem students fair better in all female colleges vs co-ed colleges.
This Made Me Laugh ep. 20 featuring Aliyah.W, “Nightvale”; Sean.V, “Pewdiepie”; Emily.G, “Man On Fire”;Samantha.M, “Rick and Morty.”
This Made Me Laugh is the podcast where Moraine Valley students assign a favorite funny text (movie, show, stand-up, etc…) to their classmates and then they get together to talk about them.
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