The Herald currently has two podcasts in production: The Seneca Scene is our weekly interview podcast where we chat with people in the Hobart and William Smith Colleges community; Career Journeys is our second podcast, produced in collaboration with the Salisbury Center for Career Services, where Alex Kerai ’19 interviews alums who are leaders in their field. Podcasts are a new venture from the Herald and were created in an effort to reach more members of the broader Hobart and William Smith community while keeping up with changing news media techniques.
The Seneca Scene is the podcast for the Herald. The podcast was launched in May 2018 and is recorded each week on the campus of Hobart and William Smith Colleges. It includes the latest campus news and an extended interview with a member of the campus community – faculty, staff or student.
The first episode was released on Friday, May 11 and we will be updating this page with each episode. You can listen online or subscribe on iTunes or Spotify to stay up to date with the news of Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
Beginning Wednesday, May 29, The Seneca Scene began its first summer miniseries focusing on Tommy the Traveler and the Hobart and William Smith Colleges campus during a time of great change from 1968-1972. It is a ten-episode series that will be running until Wednesday, July 10. You can find all of the episodes for the miniseries here.
Some our most recent podcasts can be found below:
- Abbe Center, Hillel, and Community with Julianne Miller
- Orientation with Sophie Ritter ’20 and Steven D’Alterio ’21
- Reair-Year in Review with Alex Kerai ’19
- Reair: Zahra Arabzada ’19 on Activism and Triumph from Geneva to Afghanistan
- Pre-Orientation Adventure Program with Anna Moreau ’20 and Zane Piedmonte-Lang ’21
- Reair: Sarah Walters ’19 on HWS and Beyond
- Tommy the Traveler 10: The End
- Tommy the Traveler 9: The Trial
- Tommy the Traveler 8: Tommy’s Aftermath
- Tommy the Traveler 7: The Raid at Superdorm (Part 3)
For more, please check out The Seneca Scene‘s episode page.
Career Journeys, a new podcast from the Herald and the Salisbury Center for Career, Professional and Experiential Education, is designed to help introduce parents, students, alums, and prospective students to the wealth of opportunities and pathways that Hobart and William Smith alumni and alumnae have taken following their graduation. The show is produced and hosted by Alex Kerai ’19 in conjunction with the Herald and the Salisbury Center. It is recorded in the WEOS (NPR) studio on campus and includes live in-studio and over the phone interviews.
Every other week we will be interviewing alums who are leaders in their field. Our first episode came out on June 3rd and featured Brad Falchuk ’93 L.H.D. ’14, the writer, producer, director, and co-creator of shows such as Glee, 9-1-1, Pose, and American Horror Story. Stay tuned throughout the summer for more episodes released bi-weekly including Tom Bozzuto ’68, L.H.D. ’18, chairman and co-founder of The Bozzuto Group; Judge Shireen Avis Fisher ’70, Justice of the Special Court for Sierra Leone; Aileen Gleason ’85, senior vice president of Global Product Solutions at Bank of America Corp.; and Dr. Mark Mapstone ’89, psychologist and pioneering Alzheimer’s researcher.
Our most recent podcasts can be found below:
- Career Journeys: Michael Rawlins ’80 P’16
- Career Journeys: Dr. Mark Mapstone ’89
- Career Journeys: Aileen D. Gleason ’85
- Career Journeys: Hon. Shireen Avis Fisher ’70
- Career Journeys: Thomas S. Bozzuto ’68
- Career Journeys: Brad Falchuk ’93
- Career Journeys: Trailer
For more, please check out Career Journeys’ episode page.
We are grateful to our partners at WEOS: Kelly Walker and Greg Cotterill, who have guided us in this process and helped with recording. Our current podcast team includes Alex Kerai ’19, Editor-in-Chief of the Herald and co-creator of The Seneca Scene and Career Journeys; Albright Dwarka ’21, Podcast co-editor and co-creator of The Seneca Scene; Henry Duerr ’21, Podcast co-editor; Grace Ruble ’21, News Editor; and Audrey Platt ’21, forthcoming Podcast co-editor. We are excited to have such a great team working on these new ventures for the Herald!