MissEducation

MissEducation

By Her Campus at American
Her Campus at American presents MissEducation, a podcast where we talk about all things college life in the Washington, D.C. metro area.
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S2 E4 : Maternal Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Tune into this episode to learn more about how people who are pregnant are experiencing potential disadvantages in their maternal health care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Abby discusses how people of color and other more vulnerable groups may lack access to the equitable care that they need. She also interviews Ally Henry for an inside perspective on this topic. Thanks for listening and hope all our listeners are staying safe and healthy!
14:27
May 12, 2020
S2 E3 : Interview with a Sugar Baby
This episode Abby and Wyatt interview an AU student with experience as a sugar baby after an AU Media source wrote an article about sugar babies. This interview covers many questions people may have about the sugar baby experience such as tips for staying safe, changing the narrative around sugar dating, advice for people who may be considering being a sugar baby, their experience ending relationships, meeting a sugar daddy for the first time, and their view on the perceptions people have of sugar dating. To preserve this person's anonymity we have edited the voice of this person. Please enjoy and let us know any thoughts you may have after listening! 
32:10
April 13, 2020
S2 E2 : A Chat About Sorority Life at AU
In this podcast, we interviewed members from a professional and social sorority, as well as an unaffiliated student at American University. In the interview, we discussed sorority life and expectations and deconstructed the stigmas surrounding these organizations at AU.
53:10
February 25, 2020
S2 E1: Pyramid Schemes with Katie Malone
Have you ever wondered how that girl from your high school ended up selling lotion on Instagram? Or been curious about how to feel about your Aunt Carol having people over for parties to talk to them about this great new makeup from a company that changed her life? Well, this episode of MissEducation covers those questions and more as Molly Molloy and Katie Malone get on the mic to talk about pyramid schemes, how they are affecting people's lives, what to do if you are contacted by someone about joining, the tips for seeing if a company may be a pyramid scheme, and so much more. 
39:05
February 4, 2020
5: Relationships with Valerie Tovar
Content warning: This podcast episode discusses sexual violence and interpersonal abuse. Wyatt Foster and Abby Henry dissect the differences between healthy, unhealthy, and abusive relationships with AU’s Sexual Assault Prevention Coordinator Valerie Tovar. With stats and facts, they dive into how to self-evaluate the quality of your relationships. For more information on AU’s victim advocacy services, visit shorturl.at/cesZ9. This podcast was brought to you by Her Campus at American. This episodes features contributions from Katie Malone, Abby Henry, Wyatt Foster, Molly Molloy, Zoe Goodman and Maggie Schutte. MissEducation will be back next semester. Follow Her Campus at American (@HerCampusAU) on social media for updates.
37:17
November 24, 2019
4: Ethical Fashion with Elisabeth Huijskens
Maggie Schutte and Molly Molloy chat about the ethics behind your fast fashion jeans. Sharing facts and opening up a conversation on the global textile industry, Molly talks with Elisabeth Huijskens, co-founder of Trades of Hope, about how we can buy responsibly. Trades of Hope markets artisan products and ensure that the creators receive the respect and compensation they deserve. Find out more at MyTradesofHope.com. This podcast was brought to you by Her Campus at American. This episodes features contributions from Katie Malone, Molly Molloy, Maggie Schutte, Abby Henry, Wyatt Foster and Zoe Goodman.
36:03
November 12, 2019
3: Decriminalizing Sex Work with Eteng
Content warning: This podcast episode discusses sexual violence, police brutality, and human trafficking. Abby Henry and Wyatt Foster talk about the effort to decriminalize sex work in the District, give an overview the recent decriminalization hearing, and expel sex work myths and stereotypes. Abby also chats with Eteng at DECRIMNOW, a campaign and movement to decriminalize sex work and promote the well-being and safety of people in the sex trade. Find out more at DECRIMNOW.org. Read @SinnamonLove’s Twitter thread here shorturl.at/EFT23. This podcast was brought to you by Her Campus at American. This episodes features contributions from Katie Malone, Abby Henry, Wyatt Foster, Molly Molloy, Zoe Goodman and Mei Tomko.
48:43
October 27, 2019
2: The Pink Tax with Ala Alaeddin
In this episode, Maggie Schutte and Molly Molloy Interview Ala Alaeddin from UnPink to learn more about the pink tax and how everyone can get involved In the fight against the unnecessary taxation of traditionally feminine products. UnPink is an organization that educates men on the impact of the pink tax while supporting people subject to it to one day achieve a world with no pink tax. Find out more at UnPink.org.  This podcast was brought to you by Her Campus at American. This episodes features contributions from Katie Malone, Abby Henry, Maggie Schutte, Molly Molloy, Wyatt Foster, Zoe Goodman and Isabelle Iguchi.
44:14
October 14, 2019
1: We're back!
Welcome back to MissEducation! Molly, Wyatt and Abby are diving into some of the topics we plan to chat about this semester, catching up on what happened at the climate march and discussing the possibility of a new AU sports center. Finally, they’ll share the names of some of the women that they look up to. This podcast was brought to you by Her Campus at American. This episodes features contributions from Katie Malone, Abby Henry, Molly Molloy, Wyatt Foster, Zoe Goodman and Naomi Greengold.
31:45
September 30, 2019