In episode nineteen of the 2018-2019 Cal men’s basketball series, Rory and Justice discuss the hiring of new head coach Mark Fox, initial thoughts and expectations and what to make of the very quick hiring process.
In episode two, Meghan and Michelle interview Spencer Mowdy Hill, the founder of the Confessions from UC Berkeley Facebook page, about his experience.
In episode one of everything is over, Hanna and Emily dissect Berkeley’s stress culture.
In episode one of the 2019 Cal baseball series, Justice delos Santos and Lucy Schaefer record the program’s very first episode on Cal baseball. Justice and Lucy summarize Cal’s season over the past month, discussing initial expectations versus current realities, the team’s youth and how the upcoming week might shake
In episode sixteen of the 2018-2019 Cal men’s basketball series, Rory and Justice prove that they will record anywhere that has a microphone — even a 2007 Toyota Yaris. The duo talk Cal’s 64-59 win as they drive back to Berkeley from Palo Alto, discussing the Cardinal’s ice-cold shooting, Connor
In episode thirteen of the 2018-2019 Cal men’s basketball series, Justice goes solo-dolo as Rory and Surina take the weekend off for “load management.” Justice talks Cal’s losses to Arizona and Arizona State and what could be in store for Matt Bradley.
And the award goes to… Anagha, Maisey and Jackson! Listen as this trifecta from the Daily Cal’s arts and entertainment department talk predictions, hopes and critiques surrounding the 2019 Oscars award show.
In episode twelve of the 2018-2019 Cal men’s basketball series, Rory and Justice talk Cal’s losses to UCLA and USC and provide an update on the probability of a winless record in conference.
In episode eleven of the 2018-2019 Cal men’s basketball series, Rory, Surina and Justice discuss an action-packed two weeks of play, how conference win might finally be around the corner and the re-emergence of Connor Vanover.
We live in the age of the podcast, with digestible chunks of audio information delivered to our devices anywhere, anytime. There are reportedly more than half a million podcasts, yet only a handful consistently rise to the surface. According to Podtrac, 2018’s most downloaded podcasts were “The Daily,” “This American