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Talk Better

Apr 14, 2022

Everyone has different definitions of what free speech is that can vary based on the circumstances. In this episode, the definitions of political correctness and free speech are considered in domains both large and small.

Edited and Mixed by Robert Cohen, Purdue University

Intro/Outro Music: Ben Rieke, Indiana...


Mar 13, 2022

Not only does America deal with its own internal politics on a day to day basis, but it is also a large actor in the realm of foreign political matters. Listen to college students discuss the makeup of American foreign policy and it’s role in two ongoing foreign issues: the Russian attack on Ukraine and the abuse of...


Jan 20, 2022

The recent gubernatorial elections in Virginia and New Jersey were huge surprises for both parties as the Republican party showed rising popularity with their win in Virginia and near win in New Jersey. What does this mean for the future of the Democratic party? How will these elections shape the 2022 Midterms? In this...


Dec 2, 2021

The division of power in Congress is a hotly debated topic and right now, parties have opposing views to each other and within their parties, making legislation difficult to pass. Listen to college students discuss the division of power in Congress and talk about the effect Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema have...


Nov 11, 2021

The last American plane departed the Kabul airport at 11:59PM on August 30th. The departure from Afghanistan has been promised by many presidents in the past, but we are just seeing this occur 20 years after the war began. In this podcast, students discuss the withdrawal from Afghanistan and the aftermath of the...