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East Greenwich High School 10th Grade Humanities

East Greenwich High School 10th Grade Humanities

By EGHS Humanities
Students in Mr. Kenney's 10th grade English class at East Greenwich High School in East Greenwich Rhode Island were asked to create a 3-5 minute podcast about something they believe in.
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The Best Time of Year, recorded by Allie Welles
The Best Time of Year I believe that the Christmas Season is the best time of year. In this podcast, I get into the reasons behind that. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Allie Welles. Keywords: Christmas, joy, happy, season East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:42
November 14, 2020
Ending Toxic Masculinity, recorded by Valentina Oteiza
Ending Toxic Masculinity  In this podcast, I will speak on Toxic masculinity's harmful impacts. How harmful gender roles can be damaging and how we can move forward.Toxic masculinity. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Valentina Oteiza. Keywords: Men, women, gender roles, gender, fashion East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:06
November 14, 2020
Living in a Cabin in the Woods - Recorded By Sudishma Acharya
Living in a Cabin in the Woods - Recorded By Sudishma Acharya Why living in a cabin in the woods would be beneficial. The podcast mentions manifestation/ how to do it, as well as meditation, and the benefits of both.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Sudishma Acharya. Keywords: manifestation, meditation, Hinduism, society, rules East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:51
November 14, 2020
No Note is Wrong, recorded by River Doumato
No Note is Wrong In my installment, I talk about how we can find music in everyday life, how if we sit back and listen there are orchestras and rock bands playing in the sound of city traffic or children's playgrounds. This was inspired by the song 'City Song' by Grace VanderWal Written and recorded in November 2020 by River Doumato. Keywords: Music, Mother Nature, Life, Community, Song East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
05:12
November 14, 2020
I believe in doubt, recorded by Isabelle Gelzhiser
I believe in doubt Sometimes not knowing can be best advantage. It's an unspoken piece of life we don't tend to share but it is one of the most valuable. To truly know it all would take the thrill out of life, the low times when it doesn't make sense make the times of joy much more fun.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Isabelle Gelzhiser. Keywords: "I believe int he sinking feeling of doom" "doubt is something we all share" "no playbook to this stupid existence" East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
05:03
November 14, 2020
How Wonderful I Believe it is That No One Cares, recorded by Zalmay Ahmad
How Wonderful I Believe it is That No One Cares  No one will ever care about you in the way you think (and worry) they do- and that's great! In this short little podcast recorded by yours truly, Zalmay Ahmad, I share my personal beliefs regarding the beauty found in remembering that no one cares. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Zalmay Ahmad. Keywords: social anxiety, anxiety, embarrassing, embarrassment East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:48
November 14, 2020
The Importance of Hard-work, recorded by Ava Simpson
The Importance of Hard-work In this podcast, I talk about how working hard will allow you to reach your goals. It is something that is not going to be the easiest to accomplish but it is called hard-work for a reason. Being a hard-worker is something that allows me to constantly push myself and it is something which I think could be extremely helpful to others as well. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Ava Simpson. Keywords: Success Hardwork Goals East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:15
November 14, 2020
Underrepresented, recorded by Raj Vishnu
Underrepresented Even while being the second-largest country in the world, India has been completely forgotten by many western countries, especially the United States. I talk about my experiences and frustration with this in the US. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Raj Vishnu. Keywords: East Greenwich High School, India, Representation, Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:46
November 14, 2020
Sports Help Mental Health and Confidence, recorded by Helena Dunwoody
Sports Help Mental Health and Confidence My podcast is about all the great aspects of sports and how they can bring people together, build character, make you happy, and how there really is no better feeling than playing a sport. Sports help so many people be themselves and I wanted to show that(at the end of the podcast the sound cuts out). Written and recorded in November 2020 by Helena Dunwoody. Keywords: sports, confidence, adrenaline, goals, win East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:14
November 14, 2020
Self-Learning, recorded by Jonathan Faundal
Self-Learning In this podcast, I speak about education and self-learning. How I believe Self-education and learning has taught me more things than education.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Jonathan Faundal. Keywords: "Learning'' ''Self-Learning'' ''Education'' East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:10
November 14, 2020
Dreams can come true with hard work and perseverance, recorded by Mir Demirel
Dreams can come true with hard work and perseverance The podcast that I made was about how pro athletes are a great influence to teenage athletes. I talked about how pro athletes all had a story to how the became a pro athlete. I also talked about how athletes could relate to their story and realize if they can do it then I can do it. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Mir Demirel. Keywords: Hard work, perseverance East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:02
November 14, 2020
Our Significant Unknown, recorded by Kaelin Viera
Our Significant Unknown Student Kaelin Viera touches on social media, religion, and the idea of valuable knowledge hidden in our universe. How can humans live their lives to the fullest if not through each other? Written and recorded in November 2020 by Kaelin Viera. Keywords: social media, religion, existentialism, society, culture, technology, high school East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
09:50
November 14, 2020
Strong Friendships create a better life, recorded by Erik Lopez
Strong friendships create a better life. In my podcast, I talked about the importance of finding friends who are real to you and have the same common interests as you is so important. I also spoke about why it's important to have them if you are going through a hard time and also making sure everything's good. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Erik Lopez. Keywords: Friendship, relationship, loyalty East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:23
November 14, 2020
Kanye West - The Most Influential Artist of all Time, recorded by Ben Minto
Kanye West - The Most Influential Artist of all Time In this podcast, I go over the influence of Kanye West on the future generations of artists. I go over certain artists he has inspired, his discography, and his influence on people who are not artists themselves. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Ben Minto. Keywords: Kanye, Influential, GOAT, Music East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:04
November 14, 2020
The Influence of Sports on Communication, recorded by Linnea Cervenka
The Influence of Sports on Communication  This podcast explores how my lifetime of sports has influenced how I communicate. It draws upon different experiences and ties the skills learned their skills I used every day to communicate. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Linnea Cervenka. Keywords: communication, sports East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:30
November 14, 2020
Is World Peace Reachable?, recorded by Katerina Beaulieu
Is World Peace Reachable? In this podcast, I go in-depth on why I do not believe the idea of world peace is reachable. I also discuss the base level meaning, but also the deeper meaning which would further us from world peace. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Katerina Beaulieu. Keywords: World Peace East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:59
November 14, 2020
Physical fitness and exercising, recorded by Ryan Marcantonio
Physical fitness and exercising  My podcast is talking about the importance of physical fitness. How your whole life revolves around how your body is. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Ryan Marcantonio. Keywords: body, long term, health, respect East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:03
November 14, 2020
I believe that Oblivion is Inevitable, recorded by Giada Gloria
I believe that Oblivion is Inevitable  The quote "Oblivion is Inevitable" is in the fault in our stars by John Green and I think it is a very memorable quote in the movie. This value of not being able to change what is already coming is very important to remember in our day to day life. Rather than worrying about things that are bound to happen to you, I believe it is very important to live life in the moment and focus on what is happening now.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Giada Gloria. Keywords: oblivion, inevitable, life, death East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:27
November 14, 2020
Power of Sports, recorded by Quin Madden
Power of Sports The main idea is the mental and physical effects sports have positively. As well as the concept of unification and how sports create friendships. These all positively affect a person inside and outside of sports. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Quin Madden. Keywords: Unification, Friendship East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:28
November 14, 2020
The Value In Regret, recorded by Eva Haan
The Value In Regret The cycle of regret looked at through the lens of an international trip. What good can come out of an event you really regret? Is there any other way to look at it? Written and recorded in November 2020 by Eva Haan. Keywords: Regret, butterfly effect, cycle East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
06:38
November 14, 2020
Kindness is powerful, recorded by Sophia Clarke
Kindness is powerful I believe that kindness is more powerful than people think it is. If you can change yourself to be more positive then it can have great outcomes.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Sophia Clarke. Keywords: kindness positive negative neutral powerful change judgment East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
05:17
November 14, 2020
Obsessive Compulsion Disorder, recorded by Alexandra Mega
Obsessive Compulsion Disorder My podcast is about how society has the wrong idea of what a mental illness actually is. The example I used was Obsessive Compulsion Disorder. I explained my story and how I was affected by OCD , but more importantly the lessons I have learned along the way.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Alexandra Mega. Keywords: #OCD #youarenotalone East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
06:55
November 14, 2020
The Importance of Working Out, recorded by Reagan Coates
The Importance of Working Out My podcast is about how working out can change your life. Working out is very important to me so I figured it might be important to other people as well. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Reagan Coates. Keywords: #Healthy #Workout East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:55
November 14, 2020
When a team becomes family, recorded by Megan Huntley
When a team becomes family Many athletes don't realize the importance of a team when it comes time to perform. Mentally and physically, happiness will cause you to thrive without knowing it. Choose wisely. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Megan Huntley. Keywords: Sports, team, running, swimming, soccer, success, performance, mentality East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
06:49
November 14, 2020
Lucifer is Not Evil, recorded by Matthew Cosgrove
Lucifer is Not Evil  The misuse of the name Lucifer through Catholicism/Christianity has changed the meaning of the name Lucifer. Lucifer is not the Satan that Christianity makes him out to be. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Matthew Cosgrove. Keywords: spirituality paganism catholicism catholic Christian lucifer occult witchcraft satan mythology devil theology East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
07:45
November 14, 2020
The Power of Friendships, recorded by Nia Chan
The Power of Friendships, recorded by Nia Chan In this podcast, I talk about the importance and power of friendships. And all about my experience with friendships during this COVID-19 Pandemic.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Nia Chan. Keywords: Friends, Quarantine, happiness East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:28
November 12, 2020
Adaptation as Seen in Society Today, recorded by Sydney Mendes
Adaptation as Seen in Society Today How would the human race survive without adaptation, and what is its role in society today? Listen in on this podcast to dive into the depths of how the human race adapts to its surroundings and why it is so crucial.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Sydney Mendes. Keywords: Adaptation, human race, stability, progress, survive. East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:06
November 12, 2020
I Believe In Equality, recorded by Fiona Baxter
I Believe In Equality I believe we are all created equal, and we all deserve the same opportunities. Your skin color, sexual orientation, and sexual identity do not define you! Written and recorded in November 2020 by Fiona Baxter. Keywords: equality, opportunities, identity, orientation East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
05:22
November 12, 2020
I believe in education, recorded by Kevin Anderson
I believe in education  Education is important to succeed in life and work. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Kevin Anderson. Keywords:  Education, work, success. East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
00:53
November 12, 2020
Friendship is a necessity of life, recorded by Jessika Finger
Friendship is a necessity of life. Everyone should have a good friend to rely on. Having friends that you can trust can help get your mind off things and relieve stress. Finding people you can connect with through maybe a hobby, school, or other interests will help you feel more social and just make you feel better in general. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Jessika Finger. Keywords:  Friendship, Connections, Relationships East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:20
November 12, 2020
The Power of Sports, recorded by Evan Berthiaume
The Power of Sports The power of sports extends beyond just physical benefits. It affects you mentally and socially as well. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Evan Berthiaume. Keywords:  "Sports" "exercise" East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:04
November 12, 2020
The Pixar Theory, recorded by Robert Brooks
The Pixar Theory The Pixar Theory is the theory that all Pixar movies take place in the same universe. Each movie has its own place on a massive timeline. With each addition of a new Pixar movie, Pixar fans collect more evidence of the theory. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Robert Brooks. Keywords: Pixar, Theory, East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:57
November 12, 2020
Trust in the Darkness, recorded by Annalee Ambler
Trust in the Darkness.  As an extremely introverted night owl with an active imagination, I discuss why I believe night is better than day. Why I cannot wait for the sun to go down. And how fears evolve. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Annalee Ambler. Keywords: Darkness, fear, night, growing up. East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:00
November 12, 2020
Why students should not have homework, recorded by Ryan D'Amico
Why students should not have homework This podcast explains why homework should not be required for students to complete. Homework stresses students out and is a waste of time. An updated school system for homework is explained in the podcast. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Ryan D'Amico. Keywords: school system, homework. East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:18
November 12, 2020
Religion's Influence on Society, recorded by Mara Oancea
Religion's Influence on Society This podcast discusses the influence of the Bible and Christianity on society. Referencing to the enormous amount of power these things have had in the history, this discusses the changes the Bible has set into motion in the world. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Mara Oancea. Keywords: religion, philosophy East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:21
November 12, 2020
The Importance of Teaching Geography in Schools, recorded by Henry Fraser
The Importance of Teaching Geography in Schools Learning about world geography is critical to the understanding of the interdependence of nations. Providing students with ongoing education throughout their fundamental school years prepares them to be world citizens. This may help future generations, across the world, work more effectively and respectfully with one another. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Henry Fraser. Keywords: World Geography, Global Community East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:59
November 12, 2020
The Mind and The Individual, recorded by Davin Phinney
The Mind and The Individual In this podcast, I talk about the power of one person, as well as the power of the mind. I touch on what a mindset can do and how important a good mindset is. I also talk briefly about how one person has the ability to do anything. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Davin Phinney. Keywords: Mind, mindset, positive, individual, power East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:41
November 12, 2020
Good or Bad?, recorded by Jack Simpson
Good or Bad? Change affects our daily lives in countless ways. Some change is good and some can be viewed as bad. In the end the change is seen differently by everyone and how you interpret it makes you who you are.   Written and recorded in November 2020 by Jack Simpson. Keywords: Change, Understanding, Interpretation, Good, Bad East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
05:02
November 12, 2020
Brake the perception of nature!, recorded by Jordan Muscatelli
Brake the perception of nature! The podcast is about the different ways we have separated from mother nature and why it is vital to start at smaller issues when it comes to science. It exemplifies why it is important to dig deeper when it comes to these topics and why changing Earth's condition starts with us but the responsibility falls on our leaders.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Jordan Muscatelli. Keywords: Charles Darwin, Jaws, global warming, coronavirus East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
07:60
November 12, 2020
Take a Nap, recorded by Alessandra Ottiano
Take a Nap Life is crazy and we all need to find the time to check out every once in a while. This is my lighthearted take on how to do that.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Alessandra Ottiano. Keywords: naps, sleep, stress East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
05:17
November 12, 2020
A Call For Conviction, recorded by Cyrus Davoudi
A Call For Conviction This podcast describes how happiness relies on a balance between belief and reason, and how society currently leans towards the latter. This warrants a counter-reaction in the opposite direction, in the favor of belief.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Cyrus Davoudi. Keywords: balance, belief, reason East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:06
November 12, 2020
The effect of social media, recorded by Benjamin Block
The effect of social media I talk about the effect of social media on teens. This podcast goes over cancel culture and idolizing those who are famous for it. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Benjamin Block. Keywords: Social media East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:03
November 12, 2020
Guy Sanchez on Human Nature, recorded by Cayetano Sanchez
Guy Sanchez on Human Nature In this podcast, I discuss why humans are inherently evil, and why that doesn't matter. I talk about how humans are able to change their behavior. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Cayetano Sanchez. Keywords: human nature, evil, philosophy East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:31
November 12, 2020
My problem with perfection, recorded by Geoffrey Aptt
My problem with perfection  Today I talked about how many times I recorded this and how it made me realize my problem with perfection. I also dove into how I felt like I didn’t feel like I was good enough for anyone. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Geoffrey Aptt. Keywords: My problem with perfection, people in the spotlight, myself East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
10:00
November 12, 2020
The Importance of Being You, recorded by Pyper Smith
The Importance of Being You This podcast is about the importance of being yourself regardless of society's expectations. With the huge effect of social media on teens' self-esteem, this concept is more important than ever. Let's create a society where people take pride in who they are, rather than try to hide it.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Pyper Smith. Keywords: Society, Confidence, Social Media East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:48
November 12, 2020
The Power Of Family, recorded by Leo Kaldor
The Power Of Family My podcast discusses my personal beliefs about the power of family. I discuss how important family is to my life in this podcast. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Leo Kaldor. Keywords: Family and life. East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:02
November 12, 2020
"This I Believe", recorded by Jack Fallon
My podcast talking about how humans need to start helping our ecosystem regrow. In this podcast, I talk about what will happen if we do not help our ecosystem. I also explain ways you can help our ecosystem regrow and become healthy once again. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Jack Fallon. Keywords: Why humans need to help our ecosystem regrow. East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:25
November 12, 2020
Influential Athletes, recorded by Cam Pellegrino
Influential Athletes In this podcast, I talk about how I believe that athletes are positive influences on children. These athletes are motivated, driven, and promote fitness. In addition, they use their platform for good, speaking on social justice issues, as well as being more than just an athlete/entertainer. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Cam Pellegrino. Keywords: Athletes, Influences, Role Model, Motivation, Positivity East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
07:19
November 12, 2020
This I Believe- Friendship, recorded by Giordan Gulati
This I Believe- Friendship In this podcast, I discuss how one friend can restore faith in humanity, and bring hope to a seemingly hopeless world. I talk about how one good friend can be a reliable resource to people.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Giordan Gulati. Keywords: Friendship, Kindness, Support East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
05:35
November 12, 2020
Who's out there?, recorded by Dorothea Bianco
Who's out there? So, who is out there? Beyond our planet, solar system, and even galaxy there must be something other than just empty space and dust, right? I believe aliens are real. Do you?  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Dorothea Bianco. Keywords: Space, stars, aliens, universe, galaxy, questions East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:60
November 12, 2020
Humanity is Destruction, recorded by Brianna Knight
Humanity is Destruction This podcast speaks of the chaos caused by humanity. Through division and destruction, we have become tyrants in this world.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Brianna Knight. Keywords: Society, Humanity, Technology, Nature East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
08:01
November 12, 2020
The Importance of Selfcare, recorded by Thea Weathers
The Importance of Selfcare  Here I discuss my belief in self-care as an important factor in a healthy life. I weigh the benefits of and list ways to practice self-care. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Thea Weathers. Keywords: selfcare, health, relaxation, productivity East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:10
November 12, 2020
Stigma on Mental Health, recorded by Meghan Pagliaro
Stigma on Mental Health I think that the stigma on mental health needs to change and that we need to feel comfortable talking about it. Everyone goes through their own problems and it should not be looked down upon when someone reaches out for health.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Meghan Pagliaro. Keywords: Mental Health, social media, human interaction, stigma, supported East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:12
November 12, 2020
I Believe the Time is Now, recorded by Sydney Olsen
I Believe the Time is Now I believe the time is now. Doing what you've always wanted to do or need to get done has no reason to be put off for "later". Written and recorded in November 2020 by Sydney Olsen. Keywords: Now, Do what you want, Live East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:22
November 12, 2020
The power of Sports, recorded by Will Erickson
The power of Sports In this podcast, I describe how the power of sports builds three different aspects that are essential to life. The power of sports is a gate way to learning valuable lessons and characteristics. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Will Erickson. Keywords: Discipline, Sports, Teamwork, Friendship East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:57
November 12, 2020
Political Division, recorded by Daniel Vilker.
Political Division Right now America is more politically divided than it has been in a long time. This is can be attributed to the amygdala, a part of our brain that deals with fear and stress. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Daniel Vilker. Keywords: Division amygdala politics East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:39
November 12, 2020
You have the ABILITY!, recorded by Cassandra Kosakowski
You have the ABILITY! In this Podcast, I describe how everyone has the ability to achieve greatness, if only they put their mind to it.  Also, I reflect on my ability and plans to achieve my goals.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Cassandra Kosakowski. Keywords: Ability, Achievement, Believe, Character, Michael Phelps, Goals. East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:42
November 12, 2020
Why Sailing Is An Amazing Sport, recorded by John Salvator
Why Sailing Is An Amazing Sport My podcast is a little bit about how sailing affected my life, who I am today, and how sailing is an amazing sport to get involved in.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by John Salvator. Keywords: sailing East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:26
November 12, 2020
Respect The Introverts, recorded by Madison Siedliski
Respect The Introverts A quick little summary of how to respect the limits of your local introverts. We go over the difference between "alone" and "lonely" and respecting the social battery. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Madison Siedliski. Keywords: introverts, respect, tips, social, social battery, alone v.s. lonely, East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:39
November 12, 2020
Feminism- The Power of Choice, recorded by Julia Erickson
Feminism- The Power of Choice  Feminism to me means that we have the power to choose who we are, and who we want to be. Reflecting on my childhood, this podcast is about how real feminists support other women, rather than tearing them down for the decisions they make.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Julia Erickson. Keywords: feminism, women, support, respect, choice East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:54
November 12, 2020
Play and Repeat Together Again, recorded by Allison Kazmier
Play and Repeat Together Again  Growing up, I had a very close relationship with my sister. As the years went on, we grew apart since we started to have our own interests. During quarantine, we have now become best friends again and made me realize how much I missed my best friend.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Allison Kazmier. Keywords: Sisters, Siblings, Friendships, Sisterhood, Bonds East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:28
November 12, 2020
The importance of friendship, recorded by Julia Leyden
The importance of friendship  This podcast explains why I find friendship to be one of the most important things in life. Friends are there with you through the good and the bad and they continue to support you. I think it's really important to realize how much they really do for us and our mental stability.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Julia Leyden. Keywords: Friendship, friends, life, love, happiness East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
05:23
November 12, 2020
Count Your Blessings, recorded by Lily Stark
Count Your Blessings Throughout this podcast, I will be discussing the truth behind taking things for granted and the value of appreciating what you have. Hopefully, this podcast will be a reminder to you to count your blessings before they are gone. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Lily Stark. Keywords: Appreciation, mindset, expectations East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:52
November 12, 2020
Our Social Dilemma, recorded by Robert Sprague
Our Social Dilemma My podcast is about the social media industry and its influence on our society and people as a whole. It goes in-depth on how it operates and their employee's experiences with them, alongside how these companies operate. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Robert Sprague. Keywords: Twitter, Facebook, Google, Phone, Social Media, iPhone East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:18
November 12, 2020
The Impact of Simple Words, recorded by Nadja Kahler
The Impact of Simple Words  In this podcast, I discuss how influential simple words can be. We may not acknowledge them, but they can be quite powerful and make a difference in someone's day.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Nadja Kahler. Keywords: Appreciation, Recognition, Kindness East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:04
November 12, 2020
The Power of Pets, recorded by Lana DiIuro
The Power of Pets In this podcast, I talk about the emotional and physical benefits of having a pet, and how they can change your life for the better. I talk about how pets help with mental health, motivation, and overall quality of life. I connect my personal life and my dog to the experiences of others with their pets. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Lana DiIuro. Keywords: Emotional, Physical, Support, Love, Family, Quality of Life East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:12
November 12, 2020
A Conversation of Destigmatization, recorded by Alexandra Tuttle
A Conversation of Destigmatization  This podcast is a semi-informal discussion of the stigma around mental illness.  I give the listeners a glimpse into the reality of my mental illness, and the impact of what they say on others. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Alexandra Tuttle. Keywords: Mental illness, stigma, Hobbes, Rousseau, impact East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
06:21
November 12, 2020
Climbing a Mountain: The Power of a Strong Mentality, recorded by Mia Schenenga
Climbing a Mountain: The Power of a Strong Mentality Life is often a mental battle, and a strong mentality is key. A reason to climb up the mountain, to get back up after you fall is the mark of determination and your mental strength. In hard times, having a reason to keep climbing is not easy, but both powerful and empowering.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Mia Schenenga. Keywords: mental strength, empowerment, determination, success, potential East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:27
November 12, 2020
Positivity is the key to success, recorded by Kyanna Lin
Positivity is the key to success  This podcast is about how being positive can change anything. It can push you to win and prove to be useful in any situation. Often enough, your attitude is the fuel that drives passion.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Kyanna Lin. Keywords: positivity, balance, confidence, motivation, mindset East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:57
November 12, 2020
The belief in the power of sports, recorded by Abby Lewis
This podcast talks about how sports influence teamwork and confidence. Also, how the power of sports can be experienced by many different generations.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Abby Lewis. Keywords: Teamwork, Super Bowl East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:06
November 12, 2020
The Power of Sports, recorded by Ava Gallonio
The power of sports This podcast is about the power of sports. Sports can be a big part of our lives and we can learn many things from them. Lessons you learn from playing sports can be used in real-life scenarios.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Ava Gallonio. Keywords: sports, basketball, lacrosse, soccer, hockey East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:55
November 11, 2020
The Power of Being on a Team, recorded by Griffin Clark
The Power of Being on a Team Members of a team get a firsthand opportunity to gain and improve on so many skills in life, specifically communication and teamwork. In the world we live in, improving on these two skills through being on a team will help a person succeed in day-to-day life.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Griffin Clark Keywords: teams, communication, teamwork, life skills East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:31
November 11, 2020
Dance IS a sport, recorded by Juliana Sticca
Dance IS a sport by Juliana Sticca Through the duration of this podcast, I will be explaining why I, a dancer, believe dance is a sport. I talk about statistical information based on how long dancers practice for, and some things we take part in as a dance community. I hope my words help you understand why dance is in fact a sport, and why it has been argued about by so many people. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Juliana Sticca Keywords: Dedication, Art, Emotion, Bodies, Movement, Physical activity East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
08:07
November 11, 2020
Division or Unity?, recorded by Madison Hinrichs
Division or Unity? This podcast explains the depth of today's political system and questions the integrity of the people behind it. How does the Doctrine of the Mean play a part in today's society? Written and recorded in November 2020 by Madison Hinrichs. Keywords: Division, unity, Doctrine of the Mean, political system, love, fear, society East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:05
November 11, 2020
The Power of Mental Health, recorded by Hope Scaramella
The Power of Mental Health  This podcast touches on the strengths and weaknesses of a mental health mindset. It talks about the role mental health plays in society, school and everyday life. It explains how bad mental health can be a positive but also negative component to life.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Hope Scaramella. Keywords: Mental Health, mindset, society, negative East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:15
November 11, 2020
Cut out the "show", recorded by Matthew Friedman
Cut out the "show" I discuss my beliefs on the political show, people's motives, and how we should make laws. Understandably people are tired of politics, I am too, but unfortunately, it will never go away.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Matthew Friedman. Keywords: "political show", "people's motives", "laws" East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
06:21
November 11, 2020
Being an Athlete in Quarantine, recorded by Reese Fahys
Being an Athlete in Quarantine  This podcast is about what it was like being an athlete in quarantine and pushing past mental barriers to stay motivated. I also self-reflect on myself from the past, to the present time now.  Written and recorded in November 2020 by Reese Fahys. Keywords: Mentality East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:02
November 11, 2020
Human nature - Bad or Good, recorded by Aaron Stange
Human nature - Bad or Good In this podcast I am talking with my friend Koda about human nature and whether humans are naturally good or bad. We have a discussion of our opinions on the matter and why we feel the way we do. Written and recorded in November 2020 by Aaron Stange. Keywords: Human nature and Discussion East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
10:06
November 11, 2020
Michael Studley on Civil Discourse
Michael Studley on Civil Discourse Civil discourse and free speech are extremely important in a democratic society. However, social media and censorship have gotten in the way of this process, resulting in atomization and radicalization. Why can't EVERYONE sit at the table? Written and recorded November 2020 by Michael Studley Keywords: social media, discourse, politics, philosophy, free speech, democracy, radicalization East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
08:54
November 11, 2020
Why I Don't Want to be Rich, recorded by Emmett Bassen-Alexander
Why I Don't Want to be Rich In this podcast I detail why I would not want to be rich, giving examples from the real world and from my own life. I also mock Jeff Bezos. Written and recorded November 2020 by Emmett Bassen-Alexander Keywords: believe, riches, billionaire, Jeff Bezos East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
07:58
November 11, 2020
Power of Creation, recorded by Lily S.
Power of Creation Everyone has the power of creation. Creation is to let off steam, to make something beautiful, to show the horrors of the world, to find yourself, even to challenge life. I see creation as a tool that everyone can utilize. I believe in creation and all that it stands for. Recorded October 2020 by Lily Shaughnessy Keywords: creation, beliefs, create, poetry, art East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:12
October 29, 2020
Unambiguously Pro-Life recorded by Oliveia S.
Unambiguously Pro-Life This podcast shows the Pro-life perspective through analogies, stories, and getting the listeners to ask themselves questions. All in the hopes that will help them come to the understanding that life is the right choice. Recorded October 2020 by Oliveia Shaughnessy Keywords: Pro-Life, ectopic pregnancy, rape. East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
09:56
October 29, 2020
A New Outlook, recorded by Sami S.
A New Outlook This podcast is about the things that I have learned while in quarantine. I talk about my new appreciation for the little things in life and my time of self-reflection. Recorded June 2020 by Sami Shorr Keywords: The little things, quarantine, appreciate, self-reflection, change. East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:42
June 16, 2020
Today Dream, recorded by Bayley S.
Today Dream  A reflection on the power and privilege of childhood dreams.  Recorded June 2020 by Bayley Sheinin Keywords: Dream, hope, George Floyd, Langston Hughes East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
05:17
June 16, 2020
Learning, recorded by Caroline S.
Learning I talk about my struggles of accepting the way I look and learning to be happy with it. Recorded June 2020 by Caroline Shea Keywords: self-acceptance, self-confidence East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:01
June 16, 2020
Hope for The Future, recorded by Gerardo S.
Hope for The Future I talked about the current problems we are facing in 2020 and how we need to come together to change it. We need to question what is going on around us and demand change. Recorded June 2020 by Gerardo Santizo Keywords:#coronavirus #hope #racism East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:14
June 16, 2020
Looking Back to Look Forward, recorded by Liam S.
Looking Back to Look Forward - I Hope podcast The differences between me as a new sophomore walking into highschool and me now as a son, a student, a friend and a peer. Emphasizing how nobody is perfect, but doing my best is what I've tried to do. Recorded June 2020 by Liam Salisbury Keywords: reflection future learning compassion success East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
08:08
June 16, 2020
Hope for Hope, recorded by Emily R.
Hope for Hope My podcast is about how I hope that the world never runs out of hope. Without hope, our world would not continue.  Recorded June 2020 by Emily Russell Keywords:  hope East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:60
June 16, 2020
Divided, recorded by Jimmy P.
Divided  I hope that people will stop being so disrespectful to one another. I get it, we are all very different and have different views, but that does not mean we have to be disrespectful to one another because of those differences. Recorded June 2020 by Jimmy Prior Keywords:  Country, Prejudice, Divided East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:06
June 16, 2020
Endings, recorded by Siena P.
Endings This podcast is all about endings. I talk about the heart-wrenching breaking of routines and the overwhelming sensation of fear for not knowing what the future has to hold.  Recorded June 2020 by Siena Potorski Keywords:  endings, teachers, routine, fear, unknown East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:47
June 16, 2020
This I Hope, On Lessons and Legacies, recorded by Mia P.
This I Hope, On Lessons and Legacies A 5 minute podcast reflecting on what I learned in English 128, and what I hope for the future of myself and the world. In other words, musings of what I've been taught and what I want to teach the rest of humanity. Recorded June 2020 by Mia Pinkes Keywords:  Hope, reflection, high school, future, movement, history, legacy East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:54
June 16, 2020
How I Wish to Learn From the World , recorded by Smayan N.
How I Wish to Learn From the World  This podcast poses my conclusion that I drew from my sophomore year of high school. I talk about the overarching ideas that I got from the things that my grade discussed in English and History class.  Recorded June 2020 by Smayan Nandakumar Keywords: "Humanity" "Lessons Learned" "Collective Responsibility" East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:33
June 16, 2020
This I Hope, recorded by Gianna M.
This I Hope- Gianna Musella I am extremely grateful for this year and what I have learned, and that it will stick with me for the rest of my life. My hope is for everyone to keep open minds and open hearts, especially with the condition our country is in today. Recorded June 2020 by Gianna Musella Keywords: hope, America, BLM, black lives matter East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:32
June 16, 2020
This I hope to be, recorded by Sadie M.
This I hope to be My podcast deals with the changes in our world and personal lives. I noticed how the change affected people and elaborated upon what I feel has changed.  Recorded June 2020 by Sadie Moore Keywords: Coronavirus, black lives matter, best friend, change, hope East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:47
June 16, 2020
This I Hope, recorded by Jaidyn M.
This I Hope This podcast discusses the complicated concept of hope. It also discusses what I personally hope for myself and the world. Recorded June 2020 by Jaidyn Miga Keywords: hope, future, reality East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:01
June 16, 2020
This I Hope, recorded by Zoe M.
This I Hope Hope is a necessity in everyday life, for every one of us. It is hard to hope for one specific thing, as with everything going on now, there is much that people wish to get better. But using hope and appreciating what we have, improvement is possible.  Recorded June 2020 by Zoe Meier Keywords: hope, people, coronavirus, BLM East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
07:19
June 16, 2020
Satisfied, recorded by John M.
Satisfied  A simple summary of myself and life in the past year. The progress I've made, the things I'm proud of, and what I hope for in others. Recorded June 2020 by John Manchester Keywords: end of year East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
06:32
June 16, 2020
My Journey of Progress, recorded by Evan M.
My Journey of Progress I go over my challenges through English in my sophomore year, referencing hard times in the world. I reference how I have grown as a student and a person to become who I am today and hope to continue on my path to improvement. Recorded June 2020 by Evan Macaulay Keywords: confidence, improvement East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:16
June 16, 2020
This I Hope, recorded by Alexandra L.
This I Hope I talked about how I was able to overcome white fragility and acknowledge the struggle of Black people in America. I talked about my hope for equal treatment within American society and the BLM movement. Recorded June 2020 by Alexandra Land Keywords: Black, American, Black Lives Matter, All Lives Matter, white privilege, white fragility, protest, discrimination, racism, equality, America East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:48
June 16, 2020
This I Hope, recorded by Jillian L.
This I Hope - Jillian Lake What is the meaning behind hope? What do I hope for the world? What do I hope for myself? Hoping isn't always enough, but it is the first step to achievement.  Recorded June 2020 by Jillian Lake Keywords: hope, world, violence, injustice, illness, darkest night, sunrise East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:19
June 16, 2020
Sophomore Year (Distance Learning Remix), recorded by Sydney K.
Sophomore Year (Distance Learning Remix) In this podcast, I summarize the past year while reflecting on everything that has gotten me to this moment. I talk about gaining confidence, realization, and overcoming personal doubts that affect me as a learner. Recorded June 2020 by Sydney King Keywords: growth and English East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:02
June 16, 2020
It's Difficult, recorded by Clyde K.
It's Difficult In this podcast, I go over my hope for the future and identify areas in which I hope to grow. By explaining my mindset and experiences, I detail my hope for personal growth. Recorded June 2020 by Clyde Kelly Keywords: hope, English, growth, future, self-improvement East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:36
June 16, 2020
This I Hope: Empathy, recorded by Yehia K.
This I Hope: Empathy As we begin to prepare for the world outside of high school, I think it's important that we remember to have empathy. In this podcast, I talk about what empathy means and its importance in our future. Recorded June 2020 by Yehia Kader Keywords: empathy, understanding, love, character East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:07
June 16, 2020
Appreciate the Deeper Meanings of the Little Things in Life, recorded by Saloni J.
Appreciate the Deeper Meanings of the Little Things in Life This podcast is about hoping to identify the smaller, intangible things in life and appreciate the deeper meanings they provide. I've realized that I, and others, often overlook these intangible, small things or choose to look at everything from a surface-level view. By telling my personal stories, I hope to encourage others to appreciate and think deeper about the little things in their lives.  Recorded June 2020 by Saloni Jain Keywords: Appreciation, little things, deeper meanings East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:59
June 16, 2020
This I Hope- Generation Z , recorded by Michaela S.
This I Hope- Generation Z  This podcast is about how Generation Z, the up-and-coming generation, provides hope. It talks about the current social justice movements being led by Gen Z, and how a generation that is so young is already doing so much.  Recorded June 2020 by Michaela Shunney Keywords: Generation Z, Gen Z, Social Justice, East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:03
June 15, 2020
Did You Know, recorded by Quinn S.
Did You Know The terrible things happening in the world often overshadow the good. We see them as being much more significant, which gives them power. But good things are also happening.  Recorded June 2020 by Quinn Smith Keywords: hope coronavirus good East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
01:21
June 15, 2020
What It Means To Be "Good", recorded by Lila S.
What It Means To Be "Good" Everyone tries their hardest to be what they perceive is "good." Often times we forget to appreciate each other's efforts, and recognize that we suffer, and rejoice differently. The best way to be "good" is to understand that everyone is trying their hardest to do so as well.  Recorded June 2020 by Lila Somvanshi Keywords: #good #appreciation #pandemic #injustice East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:40
June 15, 2020
I Hope We Learn, recorded by Miranda S.
I Hope We Learn During this podcast, I reflect on what it means to learn. It is sad to say goodbye to it, but the value and understandings I have gained from such an experience will last a lifetime.  Recorded June 2020 by Miranda Swartz Keywords: experience strength knowledge insecurities understanding reflecting East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
05:28
June 15, 2020
I Hope To Be, recorded by Corey S.
I hope to be  You need to put 100 percent effort into everything that you do and not let your potential go to waste. Strive to better yourself everyday. Recorded June 2020 by Corey Szabo Keywords: Potential, 100, effort East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:42
June 15, 2020
End of Year Reflection, recorded by Cooper V.
End of Year Reflection This podcast is about how I grew as a leader and what I learned from others during the experience. I also include my thoughts on racism in the world today and how I plan to prepare my future in the next few years.  Recorded June 2020 by Cooper Varone Keywords: Leadership, Racism, Business, Entrepreneur East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:14
June 15, 2020
I hope America begins to move forwards again, recorded by Annie V.
I hope America begins to move forwards again With the pandemic stripping us from our daily lives, we all said we just want to go back to the way things were pre-quarantine. However, that should not be the goal. Our goal should be to reinvent a new reality, one where love for one another is overcome by the love of power. Recorded June 2020 by Annie Volpe Keywords: America, Racism, History, Hope East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:54
June 15, 2020
I Hope, recorded by Alexa W.
I Hope From perfectionism to perspective I explain what I hope to become. While I lack specific aspirations, I have a lot of hope.  Recorded June 2020 by Alexa Warren Keywords: hope, perfectionism, perspective, growth East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:28
June 15, 2020
I Hope for Balance with Nature, recorded by Brady W.
I Hope for Balance with Nature  In my podcast, I outline how I hope for humanity to fix what we have done, and help heal nature. Only by understanding the error of our ways can we begin to fix our world.  Recorded June 2020 by Brady Watson Keywords: Nature, Humanity East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
01:31
June 15, 2020
The Present, The Past, and The Future, recorded by Julia X.
The Present, The Past, and The Future This podcast covers what I know now, what I have learned, and my hopes for the future. I think it really shows how I've grown and changed over the course of this year. Recorded June 2020 by Julia Xu Keywords: know, hope East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:40
June 15, 2020
This I Hope, That We Can Grow, recorded by Audrey W.
This I Hope, That We Can Grow This year, my perspective on life has grown considerably, and I hope to continue this way of thinking in the future. I also hope that humanity can grow and that we can continue to reevaluate society. Recorded June 2020 by Audrey Womer Keywords: Love, hope, history, growth, mindset East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:25
June 15, 2020
This I Hope - Helping Wrongfully Convicted, recorded by Georgia W.
This I Hope - Helping Wrongfully Convicted My podcast discusses my hopes to become a public defender. I want to become a public defender because I want to help people without the means of defending themselves and stop innocent people by going to jail. Recorded June 2020 by Georgia Wood Keywords: Social injustice, falsely accused, wrongfully convicted, public defender East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:34
June 15, 2020
This I Hope Podcast, recorded by Accalia H.
This I Hope Podcast I Hope to Keep Striving to be Better In this podcast I talk about how I've grown over the year and my one ultimate hope for myself is as I move forward.  Recorded June 2020 by Accalia Hangan Keywords: strive, growth, change, and learn East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:53
June 15, 2020
I Hope, recorded by Melania A.
I Hope Podcast In this podcast, I will be talking about and reflecting on the events of this year. I will also be talking but what I hope will happen in the future.  Recorded June 2020 by Melania Abdel-Hafiz Keywords: I hope, Melania, School year East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
05:36
June 15, 2020
This I Hope, recorded by Isabelle A.
This I Hope In this podcast, I talk about how this year's experiences and topics have influenced my own thoughts on what I hope the future for myself and others to be like. I explain no matter how bad circumstances are we should be able to grow and move forward.  Recorded June 2020 by Isabelle Azzoli Keywords: Hope, Love, good, bad East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:40
June 15, 2020
This I hope, don't give up on your game of Jenga, recorded by Lola B.
This I hope, don't give up on your game of Jenga  Life is like a Jenga game- you can control most aspects but not all. It's important you don't let those uncontrollable aspects deteriorate your mental health. I hope that the future understands this more. Recorded June 2020 by Lola Balkcom Keywords: Jenga, control freak, things you can't control, life, start again East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:57
June 15, 2020
Hope: Best Used With a Plan, recorded by Sofia B.
Hope: Best Used With a Plan Hope is useful but only to a certain extent. When it comes to matters such as racism, hoping is not enough and action must take place along with it. Recorded June 2020 by Sofia Barnes Keywords: Racism, action East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:47
June 15, 2020
Thoughts From A Washed-Up Pianist, recorded by Sophie B.
Thoughts From A Washed-Up Pianist Sophie recounts how her journey as a pianist gave her hope for the future. She looks back at how she grew, as well as forward to her goals.  Recorded June 2020 by Sophie Brusini Keywords: Growth, hope, music East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:14
June 15, 2020
The Revolutionary Process, recorded by Nick C.
The Revolutionary Process I attempt to connect the George Floyd protests to previous revolutions, in the hopes that perhaps the similarities and differences will help motivate us to continue working towards justice in America.  Recorded June 2020 by Nick Callahan Keywords: Revolution, protest East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
05:20
June 15, 2020
Teenager Meets World, recorded by Troy C
Teenager Meets World A teenager discusses the pressure modern-day society puts on them to succeed. Through personal and non-personal experiences, he bridges the gap between various stresses and the impact they have on students' mental health. Recorded June 2020 by Troy Caron Keywords: College, Mental Health, Teenager East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:03
June 15, 2020
My Final Rough Draft, recorded by Shea C.
My Final Rough Draft I talk about what I really want to know about myself and the world. I don't use a script and just talk, mistakes and all. I want to learn why that everything possesses and to understand it.  Recorded June 2020 by Shea Carpenter Keywords: Draft, Why, Exploration, Teenagers East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
12:07
June 15, 2020
Open Doors, recorded by Olivia C.
Open Doors As I pass through the door, being sophomore year, I will forever be grateful. Every year that I complete holds memories and lessons that carve out the foundation of my present. In these precious years,  I hope to live every second out to its fullest. Thank you for everything English 127, you will be missed. Recorded June 2020 by Olivia Casper Keywords:  Experience, Unapologetic, History, Open Door, Live, Future. East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:14
June 15, 2020
How I've Changed, recorded by Ana C.
How I've Changed Ana Chelidze talks about how she's changed over the course of the 2019-2020 school year. She looks forward to future growth.  Recorded June 2020 by Ana Chelidze Keywords: growing changing change growth 2019-2020 East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:13
June 15, 2020
I Hope the Fight Never Ends, recorded by Abby C.
I Hope the Fight Never Ends I reflect on women's roles in the past, especially what my grandmother and all the women in my life have taught me. We've come far as humanity, but that's no reason to think we're anywhere near the end goal. I reflect on the past and use it to decide what I want our future to look like.  Recorded June 2020 by Abby Clarke Keywords: women, women's rights, grandmother, girls East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:52
June 15, 2020
Creating Hope, recorded by Jacob C.
Creating Hope A lot of people hope to do a lot of good. But what does that mean? What does it mean to hope and do good? Recorded June 2020 by Jacob Connolly Keywords: Hope, legacy, purpose, biography East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:39
June 15, 2020
This I Hope, recorded by Nicole C.
This I Hope  I hope to find more value in my life than a grade.  Grades won't determine my success-  the way I choose to handle difficult situations and overcome challenges will.  Recorded June 2020 by Nicole Cretella  Keywords: hope, grades, Winter Dreams, honors English, success, value East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:55
June 15, 2020
This I Hope: In Confidence, recorded by Ella D.
This I Hope: In Confidence  I talked about Randy Pausch, the author of The Last Lecture. I said I wanted to be more like Randy in term of speaking confidently and general charisma.  Recorded June 2020 by Ella DiTraglia Keywords: confidence, speaking, The Last Lecture, hope, future East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:47
June 15, 2020
Perspectives and Politics, recorded by Anna D.
Perspectives and Politics  This podcast explains how people often form opinions based off personal experience and what their political party says on the issue, instead of looking at many perspectives. I also explain my perspectives on the black lives matter movement and the global pandemic, and how I am looking at other perspectives as well.  Recorded June 2020 by Anna Durfey Keywords: Perspective, Decisions, Opinions, Manipulation East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
03:02
June 15, 2020
Ignorance is Comfortable, recorded by Chloe E.
Ignorance is Comfortable In this podcast, I reflected on my podcast from the beginning of the year and talked about what I have learned since then. I now believe that ignorance is not bliss, but it is comfortable. Sometimes, it is easier to ignore the truth than to accept it.  Recorded June 2020 by Chloe Euston Keywords: Ignorance, comfortable, bliss. East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:60
June 15, 2020
Learn to Love, recorded by Colin F.
Learn to Love My podcast is about learning to love once again. There is too much hate in this world now. Recorded June 2020 by Colin Fain Keywords: Love, innocent, respect, hate East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
02:60
June 15, 2020
The Balance of Self-Focus and Friendships, recorded by Griffin G.
The Balance of Self-Focus and Friendships In life, mental well being is extremely important. Finding joy and happiness in things that you love to do and surrounding yourself with amazing people are things that can have amazing impacts on mental health. These aspects are things that I have learned during the year and I hope to emphasize their value here. Recorded June 2020 by Griffin Gee Keywords: Friendship, Mentors, Happiness, Mental well-being East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th-grade Humanities class.
04:31
June 15, 2020
Hope's Hopes, recorded by Hope G.
Hope's Hopes My podcast includes a list of "hopes" for my future and present. I talked about some hardships while being able to grow and hoping to turn them into happy stories. Recorded June 2020 by Hope Gee Keywords: "hope" "happiness" "smile" "can't" East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's 10th grade Humanities class.
03:09
June 15, 2020
I Hope I am Better to Myself, recorded by Baya G.
I Hope I Am Better To Myself I think this year is a year of reflection, and we may even need to be selfish right now. I hope to find more joy in myself and my work. Recorded June 2020 by Baya Ginsburg Keywords: Myself, reflection, joy East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
15:58
June 15, 2020
The State of the World, recorded by Gigi G.
The State of the World My podcast discusses my views on how I see the world and where I think it's going. I discuss politics as well as the general climate of the country.  Recorded June 2020 by Gigi Giuliano Keywords: Politics. Pandemic. East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
11:02
June 15, 2020
For the Future, recorded by Andrew G.
For the Future. My podcast is a quick summary about what I want for myself for the future, but mainly what I want our world to be like. It addresses some of the recent events going on int the world and how I think this will affect our future. Recorded June 2020 by Andrew Guerzon Keywords: Success, utopia, change, BLM East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
02:49
June 15, 2020
This I Hope, To Die With No Regret, recorded by Roni C.
This I Hope, To Die With No Regret This podcast was  reflection of my past in which I have found my value of friendship and family in my life that I will live by until the day I die. It is a little bit personal, but it also goes into the lessons I've learned the past year both in and out of the classroom. Recorded June 2020 by Roni Coskun Keywords: Past, Present, Future, Friendship, Goals, Time, Regret. East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
03:51
June 12, 2020
This I Hope for Myself, recorded by Maddie K.
This I Hope for Myself  My podcast is about the remembrance of my grandfather, Stephen Kavanagh. It includes the struggle of losing him during the midst of Covid-19 but also the things that I love and remember him by and the things I hope for in the future. Recorded June 2020 by Maddie Kavanagh Keywords: Hope East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
02:57
June 12, 2020
All One Can Hope For, recorded by Geoffrey D.
All One Can Hope For I discuss Faith, Hope, and Love, and connect them to memories and how my memories and experiences have shaped those three elements in my life.  I also bring the point that going back and being innocent is the only way to embody those elements.  I reflect on my time here, and how I want to approach life going forward. Recorded June 2020 by Geoffrey Dubay Keywords: Faith, Hope, Love, Innocence, Memories East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
05:02
June 12, 2020
This I learned.., recorded by Evelyn C.
This I learned... In this podcast, I talk about the three most important lessons I found myself learning throughout this school year. I talk about personal growth, along with learning more about your worth and impact on others, and how it is okay and valid to speak your mind when necessary.  Recorded June 2020 by Evelyn Clement Keywords: growth, valid, mistakes, lessons, guidance East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
05:01
June 12, 2020
Community Not Competition, recorded by Elizabeth F.
Community Not Competition  Just an overview of my progress this school year. I focused on my mental health progress and talked about the importance of individuality and motivation versus my past goals of efficiency. I also talked about my last podcast and how my views have changed since then. Recorded June 2020 by Elizabeth Franz Keywords: perspective, social, procrastination, relationships, self-discovery, individuality, isolation East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
09:43
June 12, 2020
My Reflection on Current Events, recorded by Anderson OB
My Reflection on Current Events I talk about my views on racial injustices and how I feel about them. I also talk about my goals for the future in-depth, and events that both shape my thinking and events that should and should not happen again. Recorded June 2020 by Anderson O'Brien Keywords: reflection, racism, goals East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
04:47
June 12, 2020
Activism on Social Media, recorded by Amelia G.
Activism on Social Media  These past few months have demonstrated the importance of educating yourself and advocating for what you believe in. In this day and age, social media can provide an outlet where people can express their political beliefs and opinions. I hope that social media platforms will use their influence to create a new wave of political and social activists.  Recorded June 2020 by Amelia Gaffney Keywords: social media, activism, education, politics East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
03:33
June 12, 2020
I Hope to Understand, recorded by Allie F.
I hope to understand In this podcast, I discussed the biggest lesson I have learned this year. I have learned the importance of understanding other people. And I also have learned to appreciate everyone around me because I will learn a lot from them. Recorded June 2020 by Allie Fay Keywords: Understanding, appreciation, patience East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
04:34
June 12, 2020
Torn Dreams and ACLs, recorded by Ava L.
Torn Dreams and ACLs Recorded June 2020 by Ava Lanfredi After tearing my ACL many things have changed. I feel scared that I will never be what I was. My hope is that I can return back to my normal self after this bump in the road and that my dreams aren't affected by it Keywords: ACL, soccer, different, change, wishing East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
01:41
June 12, 2020
Let Him Without Sin Cast The First Stone, recorded by Stephen T.
Let Him Without Sin Cast The First Stone This year I feel as though I've developed a lot as person. I've been able to grow by realizing the relativity in life and stepping aside from judgment. I've also learned to live my life in the moment and not grow attached to the past or future. Recorded June 2020 by Stephen Timperley Keywords: Relativity, Stone, Suffering, Past, Future East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
20:44
June 12, 2020
This I Hope, recorded by Sara G.
This I Hope Moving into the future, I hope to mindful. In order to experience true growth I must be recognize every opportunity which can be achieved through mindfulness.  Recorded June 2020 by Sara Gomez Keywords: Mindfulness, The Second Coming, William Butler Yeats East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
03:26
June 12, 2020
We Must Swim Together, recorded by Riley S.
We Must Swim Together In this podcast, I compare humans to fish and how when we unite, we become stronger in order to get through tough times.  I also emphasize that though we are living in the present, we must turn around and reflect on the past.  We must learn from our mistakes and unite in order to "swim" towards a brighter future. Recorded June 2020 by Riley Sullivan Keywords: fish, together, swim, sharks, unite, strength, stronger, powerful East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
03:50
June 12, 2020
Time, Value, and Improvement, recorded by Nolan K.
Time, Value, and Improvement This podcast explains the importance of finding your purpose and the importance of valuing the small things as well as the importance of growth. Recorded June 2020 by Nolan Kelley Keywords: Growth, Value, Purpose, Change, Hope East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
03:15
June 12, 2020
This I Hope, recorded by Matt D.
This I hope Podcast I talk about the negative and positive changes in everyones life due to covid19 virus, and also what has changed in my life personally.  Recorded June 2020 by Matt Del Sesto Keywords: covid19, I hope podcast East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
03:16
June 12, 2020
Holding on to Hope, recorded by Kendall S.
Holding on to Hope This podcast is about what I hope for the future. It is about spreading love and coming together to face challenges. Recorded June 2020 by Kendall Stearns Keywords: hope love together East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
04:02
June 12, 2020
What Do I Hope For? So Many Things! Recorded by Katherine F.
What Do I Hope For? So Many Things I started off by talking a bit about this past year's experiences and quarantine and how I feel about it. Then I talked about my hopes for the future including being an even better person, daughter, and friend, and improving skills that I have like art. I also reflected on something really important that I learned in the past year. Recorded June 2020 by Katherine Fan Keywords: Art, Friends, Family, Quarantine, People, School, Classes East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
07:34
June 12, 2020
What I Hope, recorded by Jordan C.
What I Hope 2020 has been a year of many unexpected events, but through it all, it has given me a chance to learn more about myself. Through my experiences, I have gained knowledge for what I hope for the future. Recorded June 2020 by Jordan Cambre Keywords: Hope East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
06:55
June 12, 2020
Lessons Learned, recorded by Jack S.
Lessons Learned  Throughout Sophomore English there were many lessons learned and good and bad experiences. I outline the good and bad experiences and how I learned from it. Recorded June 2020 by Jake Shunney Keywords: Experiences, lessons learned, writing East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
02:42
June 12, 2020
Always Changing, recorded by Esme G.
Always Changing This podcast talks about self-reflection. I talked about how can we let ourselves be happy and let go. I wanted to do this on a more personal level because sometimes it's the hardest and I wanted to set some goals for myself and others. Recorded June 2020 by Esme Ginsburg Keywords: #selfreflection #ihope East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
02:54
June 12, 2020
Finding the Truth, recorded by Emily G.
Finding the Truth Exploring the allegory of the cave and how it applies to what we have learned throughout the year. Discussing how important its ideas are to the future of our society. Recorded June 2020 by Emily Golding Keywords: awareness, reality, justice, hope East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
03:26
June 12, 2020
This I Hope, recorded by Emily D.
This I Hope Podcast It's a reflection of everything I've experienced and witnessed over the course of this, long year and how those sights and experiences have influenced what I hope for with the future. I think these times have influenced a lot of people's hopes and dreams.  Recorded June 2020 by Emily Dow Keywords: Hope, Equality, Justice, Injustice, Corona, Cheer, and ModelUN East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
05:55
June 12, 2020
I Want to Believe Most People are Good, recorded by C. Boisvert
I Want to Believe Most People are Good. During this podcast, I reflect on my sophomore year on a more worldly level. As I reflect on the recent issues like the pandemic and social injustices I question my previous beliefs and try to comprehend the crazy world that we live in.  Recorded June 2020 by Charlotte Boisvert Keywords: Pandemic, social injustice, sophomore year, reflection East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
04:54
June 12, 2020
This I, Ben Turner, Hope.
This I, Ben Turner, Hope In this podcast, I reflect on how I spent the months in quarantine. I explain what I hope for as we begin to move back towards a "normal" life. Recorded June 2020 by Ben Turner Keywords: Hope, Reflection, Life, Motivation East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
02:19
June 12, 2020
This I Hope. K Weekers.
This I Hope Recorded June 2020 by Katherine Weekers In this podcast, I reflect on my experience in Mr. Kenney's English class, what I'm proud of, where I've grown, and what I wish to work on. Then I take a look at where I want to go with it; what I hope to accomplish and what I want for the future. Keywords: hope, accomplishment, challenge, English East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
08:39
June 12, 2020
This I Hope: Dot, Dot, Dot. Recorded by Matthew M.
Dot, Dot, Dot There is a deeper meaning to everything in life. I have learned that it is our jobs as learners and humans to explore this meaning. I hope that the entire human race fuels their curiosity and explores the deeper meaning behind the "dot, dot, dots" that follow everything in life. Recorded June 2020 by Matthew Marcaccio Keywords: Curiosity, Explore, Purpose, Meaning, Reality East Greenwich High School.  Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
02:15
June 11, 2020
This I Hope: Hope Hinges on Choices. Recorded by Kelsa D.
Hope Hinges on Choices We all have choices to make in our lives. How do we decide which is the right one? I reflect on the decisions of Randy Pausch, Elie Wiesel, and Jean Valjean. I contemplate my own decision process and where I hope it takes me.  Recorded June 2020 by Kelsa Dator. Keywords: "Categorical", "Decisions", "Right", "I want" East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
03:32
June 11, 2020
This I Hope: Privileged Life. Recorded by Audrey K.
Privileged Life  In this podcast, I discuss how I am a privileged individual, and the purpose this privilege gives me.  Further, I talk about what I need to achieve my purpose. Recorded June 2020 by Audrey Kling Keywords: privilege, change, purpose East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
03:43
June 11, 2020
This I Hope: Stronger United. Recorded by Jack W.
Stronger United Humanity is an incredibly powerful force. We have the ability to change the entire landscape around us. Yet we cannot unite even within ourselves. I outline my hopes for how humanity can better itself by viewing everyone in a similar light along with the harsh reality we face today in terms of how we as a people view each other. Recorded June 2020 by Jack Whitney Keywords: Unity, Potential, Equal, Strength East Greenwich High School. Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class.
01:03
June 11, 2020
Janice - Riley S.
In this interview, I asked Janice about her life.  I learned a lot about her and I feel like we are closer than ever.  We talked a lot about her marriage and how it wasn't always perfect, and we talked about how times have changed. Keywords: Marriage, Jimmy (my uncle), Laurie (my aunt) November 2019. East Greenwich High School - Mr. Kenney's Humanities Class
18:21
December 20, 2019
Our Grecian Urn Memories - Brady W., Troy C., Mathew M., and Mathew D.
Brady, Matt, Matt, and Troy all discuss important memories in their lives, and what they mean to them now. Some include spending time with loved ones, or learning to let go and enjoy life.  Keywords: Family, memories December 2019. East Greenwich High School - Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
15:32
December 19, 2019
Memories, Traditions and Family - Yehia K., Andrew G., Nolan K., and Jake L.
In the podcast we discuss our positive (and some negative) memories and their emphasis on ourselves and their impact they have on us. We also discuss how family brings out the best in us in order to create beautiful experiences. Keywords: family, memories, traditions December 2019. East Greenwich High School - Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
20:20
December 19, 2019
Ode to Grecian Urn - Siena P., Lila S., Evelyn C., and Hope G.
We recall our most happy memories, where we felt as if we were the most ourselves.  Keywords: #yolo #happy #happyplace #exhilarating #friends #airband December 2019. East Greenwich High School - Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
27:58
December 19, 2019
Grecian Urn Project - Andrew B., Katherine W., and Melania A.
We discuss our happiest memories of our lives. A trip to the movie with friends, a trip to block island, and a night in town with coffee and sushi. Keywords: Memory, Block Island, Texas,Coffee, sushi December 2019. East Greenwich High School - Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
10:17
December 19, 2019
Going Back - Caroline S., Ava L., Geoff D., and Presley C.
We talked about the happiest moments of our lives. When we felt closest to ourselves, the people around us and nature.  Keywords: nature, regret December 2019. East Greenwich High School - Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
23:38
December 19, 2019
Memories - Hugo L., Clyde K., Gerardo S., and Smayan N.
Hugo, Clyde, Gerardo and Smayan embark on a journey through their past memories. Each of them expresses their feelings of past joys. Keywords: Memories, dog, culture, Niagra falls, Geography December 2019. East Greenwich High School - Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
22:06
December 19, 2019
Let's Share Our Feelings - Baya G., Gigi G., Nick C., and Quinn S.
Nick talked about traveling in the Netherlands, Quinn talked about listening to his favorite album, Baya talked about being relaxed in Cape Cod, and Gigi talked about riding her bike Narragasett. We all realized that all of our events have to do with emotions and feelings that make the memory so important. Keywords: Summer, bike, bed, travel, drawing, music, baby, beach, sticker. November / December 2019. East Greenwich High School - Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
15:13
December 19, 2019
A Look At Our Past - Esme G., Jordan C., Faye G. and Debbie H.
Esme Ginsburg and Jordan Cambre interview their grandmas to find more about their past. They get to see the similarities and differences between all of their lives.  Keywords: #family #past #grandparents #memories. November / December 2019. East Greenwich High School Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
39:47
December 17, 2019
Grecian Urn Project - Jacob C., Lola B., Emily G. and Maddie K.
In the podcast, the four students talked about and shared opinions on specific memories in which they felt happiest and at peace. In this podcast they try to determine what gives value to a memory and how those memories are remembered.  Keywords: Memory, Happiness, Discussion. November / December 2019. East Greenwich High School Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
14:22
December 17, 2019
A Bus Load of Memories - John M., Evan M., and Jimmy P.
 John, Jimmy, and Evan discuss memories of the past, including watching old memories of movies, baseball, and buses. This leads to reminiscing of family, friends, and the cold. Keywords: hikes, movies, baseball, family. November / December 2019. East Greenwich High School Mr. Kenney Humanities class.
16:52
December 17, 2019
Moment Like This: Ana C., Sophie B., and Mia P.
Ana talks about reading with her sister. Sophie recalls her summer working as a costumer. Mia remembers learning to surf with her father.  Keywords: #memories #love #past #remember #lifegoeson #happy November / December 2019. East Greenwich High School Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
15:33
December 17, 2019
The Bros - Cooper V., Jake S., Colin F. and Liam S.
Just the boys in their feels. The happy moments that build our character and made us into total bros. (produced, recorded and mastered by homegrown Italians).  Keywords: Bros, Happy, Maine, Dogs, Christmas, Skiing, Hawaii, Kauai, family, and Italians. November / December 2019. East Greenwich High School Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
17:07
December 17, 2019
Interview With My Nana (Grecian Urn Project) - Alexandra L.
In this interview, my Nana recounts her life by telling stories about her parents, children, regrets, and favorite memories. She describes what it was like to grow up within the Jewish community of Rhode Island, how she met my Zeidi, had kids, and delt with grief. She would also like to express that her interests lie within knitting, baking, and spending time with her grand-dogs. Alexandra L., Shiela L., Kevin L. and Rick L. (you can hear them in the background and they make some comments, but they are not officially a part of the interview. Keywords: nana, zeidi, mother, father, Kiev, Ukraine, brother, butcher, sponsor, grand-dogs, Russia, World War Two, Providence, Newport, furniture, bike, Jewish Community Center, Bryant College, Block Island Ferry, trouble, dogs, grandchildren, siblings November / December 2019. East Greenwich High School Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
18:39
December 17, 2019
Cookies and Cows - Grecian Urn Project. Shea C. and Katherine F.
We shared our memories from our childhoods and discussed the project. Shea talked about her memories about Christmas cookies and Katherine talked about her trips to the village her dad grew up in. We also discussed memories and often what happens as we grow up and change.  Keywords: Christmas, cookies, tradition, memories, cow, farm, chicken, china, village, nature. November / December 2019. East Greenwich High School Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
16:30
December 17, 2019
This I Remember - Gianna M., Sydney K., and Michaela S.
Three girls reminisce about their favorite memories. They discuss how the simple things are what makes a more lasting memory - and how the best memories are those we only capture in our heads Keywords: memories, hospital, summer, stars, camp. November / December 2019. East Greenwich High School Mr. Kenney's Humanities class
24:15
December 17, 2019
"Ode to a Grecian Urn" by Jack W. & Anderson O.
Jack and Anderson discuss some of their past fondest memories. Through their discussion, they notice the similarities between each other's memories.  Keywords: Las Vegas, New Hampshire, Nostalgia, Reminiscence, Ode to a Grecian Urn, Childhood, Similarity November / December 2019. East Greenwich High School - Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
11:40
December 17, 2019
Simplicity in Memories - Audrey K.
My grandfather and my dad have lots of influence over my life.  In interviewing them, I learned that not all memories must be emotionally complicated and impactful to have meaning. Keywords: memories, games, remember, simplicity. November / December 2019. East Greenwich High School Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
05:17
December 17, 2019
Nostalgia - KC B., Emily D. and Aquinnah B.
We discuss the inspiration behind our projects, ranging from childhood nostalgia to beloved pets. Additionally, we talk about eternal life through memories. November / December 2019. East Greenwich High School Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
13:05
December 17, 2019
Fireside Chat - Keslea D.
In a conversation with my mother, we discussed her childhood memories and favorite vacations. She shared with me her experiences that are similar to some of my favorite moments. November / December 2019. East Greenwich High School Mr. Kenney's Humanities class.
02:54
December 17, 2019
Poe and the Guilty Narrator
Students in Mr. Kenney's collaborative class discuss Edgar Allen Poe.  Student participants:  Tyler C., Lucy R. and Ila S. Created November 2019.
16:58
November 19, 2019
Materialistic Life - Ava L.
People focus too much on their image and lose sight of happiness because of it. The need for approval in society changes the way we think, all to make ourselves "look better". Keywords: Society, fake, money, unhappy EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:39
November 12, 2019
Working Hard or Hardly Working? - Evan M.
Hard work in determination are essential to life. I work hard in everything I do and it has helped my life improve. Keywords: "work", "hard work", "determination", "effort", "persistence" EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:21
November 8, 2019
Why We Should Switch to a Thirteen Month Calendar - Presley C.
450 years have passed since the last calendar reform. With all the modern technology we have today, it does not make any sense to base our lives around such a flawed way to measure time. Luckily, there is a convenient solution to the problem. Keywords: calendar, technology, economics EGHS Humanities November 2019.
03:16
November 8, 2019
Not Letting Fear Control Me - Georgia W.
My podcast is about how I believe in taking risks and not missing out on important moments due to fear. I do not want to be left with regret about all the opportunities I missed out on. Keywords: risk, fear, trying new things, life, new EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:55
November 7, 2019
Dyslexic Disasters - John M.
There are inherent problems in the American Education system that are still haunting kids all the way through their educational career. I've struggled with dealing with the imperfections of this system and can tell you firsthand, it's horribly handled. Keywords: School, Dyslexia, ADD EGHS Humanities November 2019.
03:22
November 6, 2019
Everyday - Accalia H.
In this podcast, I talk about how we need to stop taking things for granted. I talk about how we need to appreciate all that we have.  Keywords: Appreciate and Realize. EGHS Humanities November 2019.
03:49
November 6, 2019
Setting the Standards - Caroline S.
Self-questioning is a gateway to happiness. Are regrets in your future? Keywords: Happiness, regrets, incentives, future, purpose EGHS Humanities November 2019
01:59
November 6, 2019
Was It Worth It? - Troy C.
Self-questioning is a gateway to happiness. Are regrets in your future? Keywords: Happiness, regrets, incentives, future, purpose EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:05
November 6, 2019
Mean Girls Movie - Melania AH
I believe Mean Girls is the best movie of all time.  It's the best movie all the time because of stellar costume design, amazing story, and great representation. Keywords: Mean girls, cultural impact EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:52
November 6, 2019
Seeing the Good - Sofia B.
I wrote my podcast about how important it is to see the best in everyone despite what they may have done. Everyone has gone through something that explains their actions. Keywords: Seeing the best in people EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:35
November 5, 2019
School Systems - Gianna M.
This podcast is about school systems and the stress they put on students. It talks about how the focus is no longer on learning itself. Keywords: school, stress, students, class EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:45
November 5, 2019
The Importance of Learning Other Languages - Amelia G.
In my podcast, I discussed the importance of learning other languages, as they are critical to understanding different cultures. Languages are windows into different societies and give a new insights and perspectives. Keywords: language, learning, perspective EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:44
November 5, 2019
It's Time to Talk - Emily C.
Mental health isn't advertised as much as it should be. There should be more resources for kids to take advantage of. It's okay to not be okay. Keywords: Mental Health, Stress, Anxiety, Depression EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:21
November 5, 2019
Passion - Lila S.
Life is drab without the desire to do. A person will not truly succeed unless consumed by what they love. Keywords: passion, highschool EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:29
November 5, 2019
The Wonders of Lego - Ben T.
I talk about how underrated legos are and how society could take advantage of them far more than they do currently. Keywords: Lego, Legos, Society, Entertainment, Construction, Military, Funny, Bacon EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:08
November 5, 2019
A Vouching for Equal Opportunities for all - Smayan N.
This podcast is about my belief that all should have equality on opportunity and representation. But, it is more centered around the explanation on why I believe that a certain group of people are in great need of this opposed to the general population. Keywords: "opportunities" "equity" "equality" "this I believe" "representation" EGHS Humanities November 2019.
03:52
November 5, 2019
Why Not to Ban Flavored Vapes - Stephen T.
All flavored vapes are considered being banned completely by our current administration. I believe it would be wrong to ban flavored vapes for everyone when their are other worse nicotine products that are not. Keywords: vaping, nicotine products, e-cigs, banning, flavored, Trump EGHS Humanities November 2019.
03:43
November 5, 2019
How Music Made Who I Am - Hugo L.
I will talk about how music has shaped my life. It has helped with communicating with my family and also set a future for me. Keywords: Music, family EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:15
November 5, 2019
Blast from the Past - Geoffrey D.
I believe that going back to the past benefits our future.  My trip back to Alameda helped give me peace and understanding in a away that only reliving the past can do. Keywords: Peace, past, mirror, freedom, cornerstone, life EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:21
November 5, 2019
Lying - Corey S.
The Podcast talks about the ways that lying can be harmful. Specifically, how lying can affect relationships and change character. Keyword: "consequences" EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:23
November 5, 2019
I Believe in Second Chances - Colin F.
I talked about giving friends a second chance in your life if they make a mistake. Also, cutting them out does nothing beneficial for either person. Keywords: Second chance, another opportunity, friend EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:11
November 5, 2019
Lonely - Sydney K.
I discuss how loneliness is a paradox because no one is ever truly alone. I show this through examples of the films I've watched this year, that have had loneliness as a common theme. Keywords are: abandoned, isolation, self-aware, disguises EGHS Humanities November 2019.
03:43
November 5, 2019
It's Okay to Not Be Okay - Olivia C.
Contrary to society's beliefs, sometimes it's okay to not be okay. Exposure-response therapy explains the value in the ability to sit with the uncomfortable. Keywords: exposure, mental health, habituation, confrontation EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:36
November 5, 2019
Hard Work Wins - Lola B.
Working hard for something can benefit an individual. It's okay not to be naturally good at something as long as one is willing to work hard. Keywords: You just have to be smart enough. Winners do the things losers are not willing to do. The cream always rises to the top. EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:42
November 5, 2019
Life's Lesson - Hope G.
Society has turned our lives into a competition, that has no true victor in the end. That people should spend their time on earth not competing but doing the most with the time they have, and focusing on their happiness. Keywords: competition, happiness, school, stress, grades EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:08
November 5, 2019
Romantic Relationships in Childhood - Elizabeth F.
In this podcast, I, Lizzie F., talk about relationships with a focus on young romantic relationships. I take into question societal pressures and how they are applied to said relationships. Keywords: #socialmedia #relationships #vsco EGHS Humanities November 2019.
03:04
November 5, 2019
Natures Helping Hand - Brady W.
In this podcast, I outline how I feel humanity as a whole should act when dealing with nature, and all the organisms within it. Especially animals, and trying to fix problems like climate change.  Keywords: Nature, Humanity EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:09
November 5, 2019
Empathy is a quality all people should have - Annie V.
Empathy is important in a world of suffering. It is important to recognize privilege and to empathize and help others of less fortune.  Keywords: Empathy help privilege EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:49
November 5, 2019
Perspective on Death - Anderson O.B.
In this podcast, I talk about my perspective on death and how events in my life have shaped the views that I have on the subject. I discuss why my perspective on death can be highly beneficial to go about my daily life. I also discuss why knowing that it will all end empowers me to think about bigger issues instead of getting caught up on small issues. Keywords: "death" "empowerment" "depression" "comeback" EGHS Humanities November 2019.
03:04
November 5, 2019
The American Dream - Michaela S.
This podcast is addressing the current concept of the "American Dream" and the stigmas that enforce it in today's society. Keywords: stigma, judgement, quality of life EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:17
November 5, 2019
The Importance of Music - Cooper V.
Music should be in everyone's lives to help develop traits and open opportunities. Skills among individuals tend to improve and gives people something good to put on a college resume. Keywords: Music, College, Development, Opportunity EGHS Humanities November 2019.
01:57
November 5, 2019
Only Dogs - Gigi G.
As an only child, I can say that sometimes it gets lonely. A dog is the perfect companion and playmate for only children. Keywords: only child, dog, playmate EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:03
November 5, 2019
The Best Ideas Are Your Own - Nolan K.
The ideas that you come up with should always be seen as the best in your own eyes. It is okay to refer to other people so hear their perspectives. Keywords: Ideas, Thoughts, Beliefs EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:09
November 5, 2019
Less Than a Centimeter Away - Gerardo S.
My grandparents live in a struggling county and never could afford coming to the USA. I believe countries such as the US should do more to help struggling countries. Keywords:  #Guatemala #Family #Poverty EGHS Humanities November 2019.
03:21
November 5, 2019
Bullets - Jaidyn M.
Little things have a greater impact. One small gesture can change someones day around or even life.  Keyword: little things EGHS Humanities November 2019.
01:59
November 5, 2019
Healthy Habits - Jake L.
What I believe is the best way to be productive and to develop interests. Establishing healthy habits and following a rigid schedule. Keywords: Habits, Practice, Schedule EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:23
November 5, 2019
Judged by the Internet, Not by a Court - Alexandra L.
My podcast describes the flaws of social media and how judgement can impact others. I believe that the was we judge people and search for something to comment on is self-destructive and can have more of an impact than one can imagine. Keywords: judgement, controversy, drama, consequences, cancelled, expose, generation EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:15
November 5, 2019
The Smallest Act can Count the Most - Isabella A.
My podcast is about one of my beliefs I gained from my own experience. I explain my core value of being kind and respectful toward others. I also share my thoughts on the importance of being able to step outside your own life and experience it with the rest of the world. Keywords: Considerate, respect, people, awareness, world. EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:45
November 2, 2019
You Can Be Kind - Audrey W.
My podcast covers topics such as why kindness is important, and the why everyone should try to be kind. It talks about bullying and childhood memories. Keyword: kindness, bullying, peace, love EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:27
November 2, 2019
Happy Places - Ella D.T.
Happy places do exist. Everyone has one that they belong in, and everyone has the ability to find theirs. Keywords: happy places, New York, childhood EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:47
November 2, 2019
Gratitude - Emily G.
My podcast focuses on the importance of gratitude and what it means to be grateful. It also discusses what leads someone to lead a grateful life and how experiences and people shape your outlook on life. Keywords: gratitude, thankful, optimism, good outlook EGHS Humanities November 2019.
03:01
November 2, 2019
Freedom of Speech & The First Amendment - Griffin G.
In our current world, the importance of the first amendment has become increasingly important. The first amendment has been more protected than ever, which has allowed people to do things that could be claimed as "not right". Yet this brings into question where does the first amendment and the freedom of speech cross the line? Keywords: Suppression, Media, rights, Constitution, Constitutional, Freedom EGHS Humanities November 2019.
04:36
November 2, 2019
Everything Happens for a Reason - Jordan C.
 believe that everything happens for a reason. When challenges appear that you are not expecting take those as an opportunity to grow instead of letting it defeat you. Keywords: everything, happens, challenges EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:41
November 2, 2019
A Healthy Learning Environment - Kendall S.
My podcast focuses on the importance of a healthy and safe learning environment where one is excited and encouraged to learn and apply themselves. A fearful environment of learning is detrimental to the growth of ones mind and character. Keywords: Learning environment, healthy, believe EGHS Humanities November 2019.
03:04
November 2, 2019
The Importance of Family - Matt D.S.
The importance of family for me and the relationships I have with my family members.  Keyword: Family EGHS Humanities November 2019.
01:54
November 2, 2019
Time - Riley S.
In my podcast I talk about how I believe that we waste time and that we never live in the moment.  I compare this to people on a train, and how they are thinking about the destination instead of living in the moment and enjoying the journey. Keywords: destination, experience, future, present, time, and journey. EGHS Humanities November 2019.
02:20
November 2, 2019
In No Quick Judgement - Zoe M.
My podcast is about not making quick judgements or assumptions. In it, I talk about seeing people with a positive outlook, and trying to see situations from their perspectives. Keywords: judgement, mood, perspective EGHS Humanities October 2019.
03:04
October 31, 2019
Not Caring - Yehia K.
In this podcast, I talk about how I've learned to not care. Ignoring what goes on in other people's heads makes me a better person. Keywords: Fear, judgement, curiosity, personality EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:58
October 31, 2019
The Power of the Small Things - Sophie B.
The smallest things in life often have the greatest power. You never know what a kind word could do. Keywords: Kindness, stress, school, anxiety EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:03
October 31, 2019
To Chose Not to Chose - Shea C.
Society today is based on decisions, and we can't do anything to avoid them. Sometimes, however, it's okay to chose another option. Keywords: Decisions, Society, Human Nature EGHS Humanities October 2019.
01:56
October 31, 2019
The Worries of Worshipping Celebrities - Sara G.
This podcast details the issues behind idolizing celebrities, something considered very normal in the modern-age. This unhealthy environment is created by society's tendency to worship the glitz and glamour of Hollywood and the people it creates. Keywords: celebrities, societal norms, Hollywood EGHS Humanities October 2019.
03:03
October 31, 2019
The Intangible Gift - Samantha S.
My podcast is all about empathy, and how the way to see the best in people and understand them better is to imagine they all have a special gift for you. My story to relate to this is about my friend with Down Syndrome who I work with in "The Nutcracker," Gabby. Keywords: Gift, empathy, understanding, people EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:54
October 31, 2019
I Believe in Liberty - Matt M.
Liberty is fundamental to modern society. Every person deserves to be given basic rights to freedom. These include freedom of speech, representation, and ability to practice religion freely. Keywords: liberty, beliefs, society, government, rights, individual EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:44
October 31, 2019
Expectations No More - Maddie K.
This podcast is about how growing up children's parents create expectations for them, as does our society these days. Teens should be able to create our own expectations because it is something to work towards and clearly sets a goal.  Keywords: expectations, society EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:12
October 31, 2019
Parents Roles in Our Lives - Liam S.
How the expectations and appearance of our parents becomes less and less apparent as time goes on. This pattern is how being a child is related with large expectations which increase, and becoming an adult reduces their prescience in your lives. Keywords: Parents, expectations, aging, adulthood, childhood EGHS Humanities October 2019.
03:04
October 31, 2019
Listening to Others - Evie C.
I believe it is important to listen to others beliefs, even if they are not something you agree with. In my podcast, I touch base on reasons why people should listen to others when they speak on behalf of their beliefs. I explain why this is important, and go into how everyone speaks with a purpose, so refusing to at least listen is rude and disrespectful. Keywords: purpose, intent, listen, beliefs, opinions EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:47
October 31, 2019
Ignorance is Bliss - Chloe E.
I believe that ignorance is bliss. In childhood, we were happiest. We weren't scared of anything, and our imaginations created extraordinary things. These were the things that made us happy. Ignorance may not be practical, but it is bliss. Keywords: ignorance, innocence, imagination, happiness, reality, knowledge, power EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:49
October 31, 2019
Fairytales and Fantasies - Anna D.
I explain how fairytales give children expectations that life will consist of one struggle, and will be followed by living happily ever after. When the happily ever after does not occur, people try to become happy in the wrong ways through money, popularity, and appearance. I explained this idea with examples from my own life about bumpy ponytails and Ugg boots. Keywords: Fairytales, Snow White, Fantasy, Money, Appearance, EGHS Humanities October 2019
02:11
October 31, 2019
Religion's Potential - Ana C.
Religion can be both beautiful and toxic, and I've experienced both sides of it. God creates love, but he can also justify hate. Keywords: #religion #toxic #beautiful #God EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:26
October 31, 2019
Always Be Happy With Your Relative Success - Saloni J.
I believe the key to feeling happiness is by not comparing yourself to others and accepting personal achievements that are important to you. Even when I feel like I'm not that good at running or struggle to participate in class, I remind myself of this philosophy and take small successes as they come. Keywords: relative success personal achievement happiness EGHS Humanities October 2019.
03:25
October 30, 2019
Faith in Humanity - Sadie M.
My podcast is about my faith in humanity. I go over many ways in which I view the world and how I choose to see society and humanity as a whole. I also talk about my experiences which brought me to this point.  Keywords: Humanity, politics, belief. EGHS Humanities October 2019.
03:22
October 30, 2019
Capture the Memories - Nicole C.
I believe pictures and videos of us from our childhood are some of the most important things to possess and cherish.  Looking back at albums and videos create a sense of happiness while also letting one reflect on who they have become.  I encourage parents to capture those little family moments of their kids because, eventually, someone will look back at them and smile. Keywords: photos, videos, childhood, albums, memories EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:29
October 30, 2019
The Last Resort: Why hotels fail to provide as much of a cultural experience as their alternatives - Nick C.
I think that when you travel, you should not stay at a hotel. This is because staying at a hotel doesn't grant the same depth of cultural experience as staying in an apartment or a family members house does. In my experience, hotels have failed to provide a unique travel experience, whereas these private lodgings do. Keywords: Experience, Travel, Feeling. EGHS Humanities 2019.
04:23
October 30, 2019
Positivity's Impact - Miradna S.
Even little self-degrading comments can negatively affect your happiness and confidence. Shown in Dr. Emoto's experiment with different attitudes towards rice, positivity can have an impact on even the most lifeless beings. Keywords: self-love, love, happiness, positivity, mindset, attitude, self-esteem, rice, rice experiment EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:02
October 30, 2019
The Pen is Mightier than the Sword - Mia P.
Literature is absolutely necessary in a social and personal environment- it drives beliefs and morals and helps guide the formation of one's beliefs as an individual. My own experiences with literature have helped to show me perspective of millions of other people I couldn't see firsthand before. Keywords: Education Literature Values Perspective Reading EGHS Humanities October 2019.
03:31
October 30, 2019
Eyes on the Road - Kelsa D.
An influential story from a relative prompts me to think about the role of God in decisions in my life. Life is a mixture of grand design and choices. I believe in the power to be thoughtful and choosing wisely to determine where I end up. Keywords: "God", "opportunity", "choices", and "destination" EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:54
October 30, 2019
On the Importance of AAVE - KC B.
African American Vernacular English originated nearly four hundred years ago whereupon slaves attempted to learn English from their poorly educated owners. In modern use, AAVE is imperative to the acceptance of black culture and the desecration of racist mythology.  Keywords: AAVE, racism, equality EGHS Humanities October 2019.
05:31
October 30, 2019
The Relationship Between Conformity and Rebellion - Katie W.
In this podcast I talk about societies ideas of rebellion, and how it contrasts from the reality of its necessity. I also explain how conformity can be negative and even dangerous in a society. Keywords: society, conformity, rebellion EGHS Humanities October 2019.
03:06
October 30, 2019
Playing in the Rain - Jacob C.
Growing up is hard, but living a stick and ordered life is even harder. Modern teens and adults aren't taught how to enjoy themselves and the little things in life. This podcasts explains my ideas about letting go of stress and worry to make your mind feel better. Keywords: Stress, Modern Life, Teens, Relaxation, Society, Rain EGHS Humanities October 2019.
01:35
October 30, 2019
High Speed Rails and How it Can Save the US - Jack W.
My podcast is about how in the US, we need to construct high speed rail networks in order to better our nation. The reason we do not already have high speed rail lines is due to our lack of open mindedness. We cause our own shortcomings in the long run. Keywords: Public Transportation, High Speed Rail, US, Innovation EGHS Humanities October 2019.
01:57
October 30, 2019
More Than Just My Mind - Julia X.
My podcast is about how I used to put much focus on my brain and being the "smart one" that I didn't really care about my physical or emotional health. It finally got so bad that I realized that. I had to change a couple things about my lifestyle. Keywords: health, mental, physical, social EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:29
October 30, 2019
Social Media Education - Jimmy P.
Having seen the devastating effects of being uneducated online, this podcast talks about a potential solution to ensuring those who have Social Media are educated about the potential dangers. Keywords: Social Media, Scams, Hacks, Education, EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:38
October 30, 2019
Negative Aspects of Teen Dating - Jillian L.
My podcast is about teen relationships and how they  are commonly used to make teens feel complete, and loved, before learning to love themselves. This may not be thought of as an issue, but can lead to many unstable relationships and unhealthy dating habits. Keywords: teens, dating, relationship, love, EGHS Humanities October 2019
02:49
October 30, 2019
If You Work Hard You Will Go Far in Life - Jake S.
Due to my dads teachings I work hard in everything I do. It is the only way to go far and be successful in life. Keywords: Future, Hard work, College, Career EGHS Humanities October 2019.
01:59
October 30, 2019
Body Positivity - Emma BT
My podcast is about how everyone, specifically women, should be confident in their bodies. Society's goal is to bring women down and manipulate their minds into thinking the only way to be beautiful is by being skinny. Women are taught that having confidence is ugly, when in reality, it's the most beautiful feature a woman can have. Keywords: Body shame, confidence, woman empowerment, embrace, beautiful EGHS Humanities October 2019.
03:09
October 30, 2019
The Domino Effect - Ella S.
In my podcast I will be discussing the impact people have on your life. Specifically how the actions of a single person can begin a life-changing chain of events. Keywords: Domino, relationships, impact, hindsight EGHS Humanities October 2019.
03:16
October 30, 2019
White Woods - Audrey K.
I grew up without influential societal norms, but as I grew older I saw that these norms built the world around me.  However, the lessons I have learned in life proved that the norms built a world in which was not focused on the good of humanity. Keywords: society, societal norms, judgement, goodness EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:38
October 30, 2019
Influence Not Control - Andrew G.
It's about how a parent should influence their child's life rather than control. Parents should guide their child through life instead of watching their every step. Keywords: parents, children, freedom EGHS Humanities October 2019.
02:36
October 30, 2019
Personal Power - Allie F.
I believe in the importance of personal power. Personal power can be achieved by determination and is allows one to live a virtuous life. Keywords: Control, Honesty, Strength, right v.s wrong EGHS Humanities October 2019.
03:28
October 30, 2019
Lost & Found - Esme G.
This podcast questions the idea of what our path of life is. It   explains how if the sketch our life was known, our purpose  on Earth would be diminished. Keywords: self, purpose, life, path EGHS Humanities October 2019
01:59
October 29, 2019
Why Cringe Culture is Cringy - Emily D.
People try to stay away from stereotypes and in doing that they become stereotypes. In becoming those stereotypes they bully and mock others into becoming the same thing. Keywords: Stereotypes, cringe, culture, basic, bullying, unoriginal, love EGHS Humanities October 2019
03:21
October 29, 2019
In Defense of GMOs - Clyde K.
Genetically modified organisms, or GMOS, have long been subject to unfair controversy. This controversy stems from the alarming spread of misinformation as to the nature of GMOs. Keywords: GMOs, misinformation, fake news, chemophobia EGHS Humanities October 2019
02:39
October 29, 2019
Forgiving and Forgetting - Something Only the Strongest People Can Do - Charlotte B.
I speak about my beliefs on forgiveness and how I believe it is always deserved. I describe needing forgiveness and why you should give it. Keywords: Forgiveness EGHS Humanities October 2019