043 - Reimagining Higher Ed with Dan Waite - Part 2

What would it look like if we took the same principles of unschooling for K-12 and applied them at the university level? The second part of our conversation with Dr. Dan Waite covers vulnerability in the classroom, humane education, and the limitations of classic university design. 

Dan Waite’s blog: Reimagine Higher Ed

The Crossroads of Should and Must by Elle Luna

Designing Your Life by Bill Burnett Dave Evans

Music by Lee Rosevere and Dixxy. 

042 - Reimagining Higher Ed with Dan Waite - Part 1

What would it look like if we took the same principles of unschooling for K-12 and applied them at the university level? Today’s guest, Dr. Dan Waite, is a leader in the field of experiential learning with expertise in comparative education, intercultural communication, and diversity and inclusion in higher ed. Gathering from his experiences being brought up in a rough Caribbean neighborhood to the halls of the Ivy League, Dan shares with us his passion for education and lifelong learning.

Dan Waite’s blog: Reimagine Higher Ed

Wayfinding Academy in Portland, OR

Ashesi University in Ghana

The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron

Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses by Richard Arum


Music by Lee Rosevere and Dixxy. 

041 - The Scary Truth About Food Waste

040 - Vegan Vernacular with Colleen Patrick-Goudreau

What if the words and expressions we use have more power than we realize? What if we have been exploiting animals through our speech without even realizing it? In this episode, animal advocate, author, and speaker Colleen Patrick-Goudreau explains the original meaning of the word meat, why we should cut two carrots with one knife, and how the Norman Invasion in the 11th century forever changed the way we speak about animal flesh.

Colleen Patrick-Goudreau: Website and Instagram

Food for Thought Podcast

Animalogy Podcast

Tao Te Ching

Ishmael by Daniel Quinn

Music by DJ Quads, Benjamin Ryan Williams, and Dixxy

039 - Why Exercise?

Is there a right motivation for exercise? Is it ok to go to the gym because you want to lose weight or gain weight? There is a multitude of motivations that get people on their mat, picking up dumbbells, or out on a hike. In this conversation, Evan and Hannah are joined by certified trainer Kat Strong to discuss why we exercise.

Kat Strong, Oncore Fitness www.oncorelb.com

Oncore Fitness on Instagram

Music by Lee Rosevere and DJ Quads

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038 - Is Our Generation Too Sensitive?

Evan and Hannah are joined by Lauren Francis to discuss political correctness, cultural appropriation, subtle racism, and all of the other things millennials are known to care about. Is this a "wuss generation?" Or one that is finally speaking out about how destructive language can be?

You Can't Touch My Hair: And Other Things I Still Have to Explain by Phoebe Robinson

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Music by Lee Rosevere 

035 - Using the Mind to Heal the Body with Kelly Gores

In this episode, we sit down with Kelly Gores, the writer and director of the documentary, Heal. 

Heal Documentary

The Secret

What the Bleep?

The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton

The Hidden Messages in Water by  Misaru Emoto

List of Experts in Heal

Nine Factors of Radical Remission

  1. Radically changing your diet

  2. Taking control of your health

  3. Following your intuition

  4. Using herbs and supplements

  5. Releasing suppressed emotions

  6. Increasing positive emotions

  7. Embracing social support

  8. Deepening your spiritual connection

  9. Having strong reasons for living

A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of A Course of Miracles by Marianne Williamson

Dying to Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing by Anita Moorjani

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Music by Lee Rosevere