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Podcastology: ‘Ologies’ demonstrates art of making a great podcast

While on my trek from Plano to Hockaday and back every day, I like to fill my morning and afternoon commute with podcasts. However, it can be challenging to find a series you can...

Podcast Pioneer: Fourcast alum shares evolution of entrepreneurial program

//PICTURED ABOVE: Chelsea Watanabe and Catherine Jiang collaborate on the entrepreneurial podcast “Founder’s Couch,” which Jiang created at Stanford. A pioneer in machine-readable duct tape that can store information, the CEO of a biotech company...

The Hidden Brain is a Hidden Gem 

The Hidden Brain is owned by National Public Radio, a non-profit media organization based in Washington, D.C. It can be found on NPR’s website, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.  Have you ever wondered why we...

iSpy Something Informative

//PICTURED ABOVE: Tracy Walder, Upper School Spycraft Teacher, advises Isabel Chavez on details about her podcast about national security and foreign policy. Every morning, some Hockaday girls jump into the car and instinctively turn...

Glad(well) to Listen: “Revisionist History” Podcast Review

//PICTURED ABOVE: Malcolm Gladwell’s podcast “Revisionist History” explores a variety of topics often overlooked in history. Here, Editor-in-Chief Eliana Goodman reviews Gladwell’s podcast. Anyone who knows me can say definitively that I am a...

Skimm’d from the Couch

“When we close the gender gap,” Reshma Saujani, founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, said after she was asked when she will be proud of herself. This was a response I had never...

Podcasts Can Be Cool Too

Yes, that’s right, there are more podcasts than just NPR, and no, podcasts aren’t just for old people. Podcasts tend to be pretty unpopular amongst teens, and I can’t see why. Almost all of...