Streams of Thought in the Flint Hills

Podcasts from Students at Kansas State University

Hello and welcome to this series of podcasts from media students at Kansas State University exploring issues related to their lives and interests. Thanks for joining us.

You’ll find what’s on the minds of seniors in the journalism sequence at the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications.

First up: Erica Young, a senior who says she knew going to college would be great but she also knew that it would come with tons of stereotypes.

Erica Young is a May 2017 graduated of Kansas State University. She has studied digital journalism and apparel textiles and has played senior guard for the K-State women’s basketball team.

Next up: Clarissa Weers, a May 2017 graduate who hopes to push the limits within film production to create stories. In this podcast, she explores the history of the world’s largest pandemic which killed as many as 100 million people … and it all started right here in the Kansas Flint Hills.

Clarissa Weers is a May 2017 graduate of Kansas State University. She has been executive director of the University’s Wildcat Watch since June 2016.

Next up: Kevin Bartram explores the parochial Midwestern love of Ranch dressing. A debatable cuisine.

Kevin Bartram is a May 2017 graduate of the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Kansas State University.