The Juice Box Talk
Summary: A podcast where goobers try to dissect and discover the world around us.
Sammie Estrella and I dig into the good, the bad, and the ugly sides of nostalgia in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic!
Listen to Maddie Davidson and I talk about music, how it has been affected through time, and songwriting in general!
Mackenzie Mollison and I dig into femininity, what it means to be a woman, and the world's view of women. We also sprinkle some comedy in there.
Ruby Perez and I dig into the complexities of childhood, parenting, and everything in between.
Kush Soni and I dig into BIPOC struggles in America in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, as well as how university settings play into this.
Sofia Angelopoulos and I dig into our past relationships, and uncover the good, the bad, and the ugly!
Alex Lee and I dig into the logistics of friendships, as well as our personal experiences with good friends, bad friends, and everything in between!
Alex McCauley and I dig into the world of fantasy, why it is so intriguing and how it played a vital role in both of our childhoods.
Aaron Klein and I dig into the logistics of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, and how it has affected our lives. We dissect the changes it has made on a smaller scale, as well as a global scale.
Sam Dubin and I dig into what it means to be masculine, what it means to be male, and everything in between!
In this special extended edition of The Juice Box Talk, Ben Rodenmeyer and I dig into his history with education along with its pros and cons.
Sophia Sherman and I dig into true crime, why it is so appealing to the general public, and our own personal experience with- CRIME!
Atticus Olivet and I dig into physical and mental wellness, how they intersect, and all of the various forms it takes. We also rip into yoga.
Jon Hull and I discuss and volley about the world of theatre, our experience with it, and its ever-evolving medium through Zoom.
Shaun Phuah and I dig into the vast world of drugs, our personal experiences with them, and how they exist as a part of society and culture.