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Now Here This is a platform for student-produced audio storytelling of all kinds. Updated weekly, Now Here This features memoirs and interviews, investigative journalism and live storytelling, spoken word, and more.

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I was back from the cape in my sub outback with my partner (female) and we have a great fear of dogs and wanted to learn about the others definitely gonna recommend this to my orthopedic surgeon 💯

Nice try.

I appreciate what these folks from my alma mater are up to. People are becoming brave enough to share their stories and the stories of others, and there’s something valuable in this bravery. A wave of it sweeping the country. That said - I find this a bit… Fluffy. There is some good engagement with difficult topics such as depression, suicide, race, code switching, some interesting historical tidbits about the incredibly city of Providence. But most other Brown institutions I came upon during my time there, it’s insular. It feels insular. It feels like something intended for a broader audience but only accessible and possibly palatable to Brown students and other liberal arts students and alumni. There is so much to engage with in Providence, and way more bizarre and unique experiences among the student body that are simply not being tapped into. I can’t complain much, because I came face to face with a lot of this and didn’t share it, broadcast it, record it, or amplify voices that I thought were not being heard and deserved to be. But again, just like most everything Brown, this podcast gives nominal attention to real happenings in the city without diving deeply into any of them. Maybe that’s not the intention of the podcast and I’m off point. It’s not claiming to be investigative journalism, and it certainly isn’t that. But with such a platform, I wish this team would engage more with the serious dark, the funny twisted punk, the crusty underbelly, the gentrification on the other ends of the city past the east side and the frontier of Kennedy Plaza. So please. Go further. I only wish that I had the interest in story telling that I do now while I lived there. Push it. Get weird. Everyone will benefit. And everyone will surely have more fun.

PS. The format is like an echo of other podcasts and NPR, but just misses the mark as to humor, wit, and compelling plot twists. If you can’t fit a format, scrap it and make your own.
Trying to be as constructively critical as possible in this sandstorm deathhole that is the internet comment sphere.

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