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CUSWF Junior Board Podcast

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The CUSWF Junior Board is excited to launch our first podcast! Listen in to hear gen-z voices share their thoughts on various topics, including virtual working in the Metaverse, micro-aggressions, sustainability, their worries/hopes for the future, and more.
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Can We Be Friends?

Can We Be Friends?

2023-07-2425:38

In this episode, we take time to reflect on a discussion that CUSWF organised with Professor Charles Tien. Is there hope for the future of China-US relations? The Junior Board offers some thoughts and suggestions.
In this episode, Hannah was inspired by the release of Taylor Swift's new album to revisit our theme of the struggles of being a woman.Please feel free to reach out to us via CUSWF's social media accounts to suggest other topics that you would like to hear us discuss!
Happy Holidays from the CUSWF Junior Board!Listen in to hear Gen-Z discuss what the holidays mean to them; how they celebrate, how celebrating has changed because of the pandemic, and how important it is to make new traditions and celebrate the little moments in life!
For our third episode, we were inspired by a question from CUSWF's new intern to talk about some of the struggles facing women in the 21st century, mainly focusing on physical safety aspects as well as how we look out for others and show support.We are going to pick back up with the same topic and discuss some of the other hurdles that we face as women for our first podcast of 2023, so stay tuned!
Listen in to hear Gen-Z discuss the rise of anti-Asian hate, and the subsequent physical, emotional, and societal impacts that this rhetoric has had.
The pandemic has pushed people to move towards the future of working in many aspects: remote working, virtual meetings, & online bonding, etc. Plus, now the Metaverse is being set up where the virtual versions of ourselves can do anything from working to socialising. So, what would “working” look like in the next decade?
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