After a while, a new episode of the podcast is here.This time, Slade is back to talk about life after graduation. We both recently joined the ranks of the unemployed and this change has resulted in many a fearful look at the future. We hereby present our musings on these matters.
Although I believed Ben and I were completely different people, I learned we have many things in common. Ben VandeVere has founded two a cappella groups in the last few years. He talked about V7‘s history and all the time he put into that project before starting his new group R3sonate. As if that was not enough, Ben also has a Youtube channel titled “Deep-Fried Brain.”
All these projects present many challenges. Ben and I talked about them.
Almost forgot, here is Ben’s blog where it all started.
This week, Rachael Boyd is on the show! She moved to Nebraska less than a year ago, and I asked her to teach me a little bit about the United States culture and how different or similar Nebraska is from where she has lived before. Apart from this lesson, we also talked about her dog Penny and dog parks. Finally, we tried not talking about feminism or the body positive movement. It was difficult!
Enjoy and let me know if you have any feedback.
This week, Abner Campos is on the show! He currently works as vespers coordinator for the campus ministries office at Union College in Lincoln, Neb. Our conversation goes from the negative view a lot of students have of campus ministries to Abner’s personal struggles in his relationship with God. Also, Slade Lane, who will be on the show next time, appears as co host.
The song featured in this week’s episode is “Ven a Jesús” from Guillermo Ximenez’s soon-to-be-released first album. You can listen to episode 004 to learn more.
To support him, please visit the Indiegogo campaign at http://igg.me/at/guillermo-ximenez.