Points of Interest, Episode 05: Life in The Universe

Author Arthur C. Clarke once said, "Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying." Science fiction has become a huge part of our culture today - humanoid aliens are often featured on television and in movies, but life out there may not be anything near what we imagine.

Points of Interest, Episode 04: Student's Political Radar

College students right now are the political leaders and creators of tomorrow. Most college students don't know how to pay taxes, yet, they are expected to be able to comprehend what is going on in the world right now, and make decisions based on this knowledge.

Points of Interest, Episode 03: Slingin' Slang

Slang is an defining part of many generations, the terms and meanings change over the years but the purpose remains the same. In this comedic episode of Points of Interest host Emma Anderson and guest Zach review words and phrases often used by their generation today, and they attempt to put definitions to each. Zach also reviews a few terms he has learned that are different from this area of East Texas to show how slang can differ across the United States!

Points of Interest, Episode 02: You, Here (Part 2)

If you haven't listened to Part 1 of 'You, Here', go back and catch up then listen to this episode. Part 2 of 'You, Here' focuses solely on guest Scott. He is the first non-student featured in this podcast who has traveled and lived all over before ending here in East Texas. He compares what it was like growing up in New Jersey to settling here now. This episode carries over several themes and topics from the previous part of this series and develops them more.

Points of Interest, Episode 02: You, Here

In this episode series of Points of Interest we explore the question, "What is it like to be you... here?" through three totally different stories from people currently living in East Texas, who aren't from here.

Points of Interest, Episode 01: Broken

Some things are best left broken, as cruel as that sounds- some problems should be left open and unsolved. This episode explores stories about broken people, things and relationships that simply don't need to be repaired- and why they should be left behind.