Ep. 9 Women and Nutritional Sciences

There is so much about food that we have yet to understand and so much value in food science that we don’t know. I am a Nutritional Sciences minor at the UW and I was taught by Dr. Elizabeth Kirk, a lecturer in the Nutritional Sciences department. I believe truly that Nutrition should be considered a STEM field and in this last podcast for the quarter, the two of us discuss Nutrition holistically and also talk about Dr. Kirk‘s journey through this field as a woman.

Retrospective Review-Suspiria (1977)

In this episode of the Cinemadventure podcast Aidan and Blake get lost in the electrifying colors and anxiety inducing sounds of Dario Argento’s Giallo film Suspiria. Blake almost gets a new super cool nickname, and Aidan does his best to navigate the strange symbolism of the film.

Movies recommended on this episode:

House (Hausu)

Blue Velvet

Deep Red

Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I have the Key

The Psychic

Next week’s movie: Lady Bird

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Bonus: The adorable cat from “House”


Pineapple -The Colonial Fruit

This week is all about Hawaiian food. Tiffany Tang and Natalie Bruecher join DD in the studio to talk about local island cuisine and also Indigenous foods of the Hawaiian islands.
Recommended restaurants:
45th Stop N Shop & Poke Bar
Kona Kitchen

Thor: Ragnarok

In this episode of the Cinemadventure podcast, the boys get electrified by the god of thunder as they talk about the most recent installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Thor: Ragnarok, directed by Taika Waititi. Aidan details the ancient mythological version of Ragnarok, and Blake reveals his obsession with Cate Blanchett.

Movies recommended on this week’s episode:

Flash Gordon


Spider-man: Homecoming

School of Rock

What We Do in the Shadows

Next week’s movie: Suspiria (1977)

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Bonus Goldblum

Ep. 8 Math House

Zelda Zabinsky, a professor in the Industrial and Engineering Department shared with us her views on how children in early years should be encouraged to pursue STEM, especially mathematics and not be afraid to follow their passion despite what people may have to say.

Gone Girl Feat. Celia Schlekewey

In this episode of the Cinemadventure podcast, Aidan and Blake are joined by film blogger Celia Schlekewey to discuss David Fincher’s Gone Girl. Blake is a merciless monster, Aidan improves his rating, and Celia asks important questions about the correlation between sex drive and bad decisions.

Celia’s film blog

Movies recommended in this episode:

Shutter Island

Mad Max: Fury Road

Double Indemnity

Basic Instinct

The Lobster


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Ep. 19: Trades, Marriages, and Other Binding Agreements

This week, Hailey, Molly, and Gabby talk about xenophobia that still exists in the NHL with regards to its European players, baseball players that almost got married during the world series, and the year long trades in the NHL.