PODCASTS / RELEVANT PODCAST EPISODE 335
This week we talk to one of our favorite artists, Michael Gungor. His band, Gungor, has just finished recording their upcoming album, so he talks to us about the process and his take on being labeled a “worship” band. We also talk to columnist Kirsten Powers (USA Today, Fox News, ) about the Kermit Gosnell abortion clinic murder trial. Kirsten was the one who initially made the cry that this story should be front-page news, and she brings up some fascinating points in our conversation with her (don’t miss the full interview below). And it wouldn’t be a podcast without a new Hoodman story, so you can look forward to that too!
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QUESTION OF THE WEEK
What was the worst or most ludicrous college course you ever took?
This week the crew got talking about some of the best (read: worst) college courses they ever had to take. So we want you to reminisce with us and tell us the worst or most ludicrous college course you ever took, or the college course you had to drop and the story associated with it.