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Choosing What to Study: Engineering

Choosing What to Study: Engineering

May 9, 2019

Continuing the Choosing What to Study series, Molly and Ben look at engineering at ASU by talking with Madi W., a mechanical engineering major in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.

Choosing What to Study: Education and teaching

Choosing What to Study: Education and teaching

May 9, 2019

At ASU, we say that we teach you how to learn, but we can also teach you how to teach. The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College has helped countless students realize their dream of becoming a teacher. In this episode, Molly and Ben talk with Paul M., an ASU student who plans to become a high school chemistry teacher, about his experiences in the education program.

Choosing What to Study: Science

Choosing What to Study: Science

May 9, 2019

Science is always a fascinating subject, and there are tons of different career routes you can take if you choose to study a science program. In this episode, Molly and Ben talk with Sabrina L., a biochemistry major at ASU about her experiences studying science.

How to break up with your parents

How to break up with your parents

April 15, 2019

Your parents have been a huge part of your life, like, since you were born. But when you get to ASU, that’s probably going to change. They’ll still BE there for you, but they won’t be THERE for you. It’s complicated. In this episode, Molly and Ben share what it was like for them to not constantly have their parents in their lives anymore, and they share tips on how to navigate your new relationship with your folks.

Roommates: The good, the bad and the ugly

Roommates: The good, the bad and the ugly

April 5, 2019

When you get to ASU, you’ll probably be living in a residence hall, and that means you’ll have roommates. In this episode, Molly and Ben break down all you need to know about roommates — how to find them, what to do if you run into conflict with them, and how Dungeons and Dragons might be the best way to get to know them.

Choosing What to Study: Anthropology, sociology and cultural studies

Choosing What to Study: Anthropology, sociology and cultural studies

April 5, 2019

If you like exploring, you should definitely explore anthropology, sociology and cultural studies. In this episode of our Choosing What to Study series, Molly and Ben talk to anthropology and geography double major Dean who discusses his area of study. And yes, Indiana Jones did have an influence on his program choice.

Exploring Majors series: Digital culture

Exploring Majors series: Digital culture

April 5, 2019

If you decide to study digital culture at ASU, you still have more decisions to make. That’s because digital culture offers about a dozen concentrations you can choose from. But what exactly is digital culture anyway? In this episode, Molly and Ben talk to Jim, a digital culture student with a concentration in English, who explains it all.

Choosing What to Study: Computer sciences, software engineering and math

Choosing What to Study: Computer sciences, software engineering and math

April 5, 2019

If you’re a process-oriented problem-solver, computer sciences, software engineering and math might be an area worth exploring as you’re considering majors. In this episode of our Choosing What to Study series, Molly and Ben talk with Robert, a computer sciences major at ASU.

Choosing What to Study: Communication and languages

Choosing What to Study: Communication and languages

April 5, 2019

In our Choosing What to Study series, Molly and Ben talk to Nikki, a communication and political science double major. Find out what she likes most about her program, and why Ben would be wise to never start an argument with her.

Exploring Majors series: Graphic design

Exploring Majors series: Graphic design

December 17, 2018

Graphic design can be a fun major, but it also requires a lot of patience. Did you know you can spend hours getting a square just right? In this episode, Molly and Ben talk with Joe, a graphic design major who wants to get into page layout when he graduates.