In this week's episode of Bookish @ Bethel, Philosophy Professor Carrie Peffley and History Professor AnneMarie Kooistra are joined by Bethel Philosophy Professor Ray Van Arragon to discuss Friedrich Nietzsche’s On the Genealogy of Morality.

On this week's episode @CWCRadio and @Annie_Berglund talk about the dark storm clouds the create Minnesota weather and the dark storm clouds the hover over @Annie_Berglund's current mood.

Bethel philosophy professor Sara Shady is joined by fellow Bethel professors Annie Berglund and Sam Mulberry to talk about animal ethics.

On this week’s episode of the 252, Chris Gehrz, Chris Moore, and Sam Mulberry discuss the Daryl Morey/NBA/China controversy, California’s “Fair Pay to Play” law, and the Sports Illustrated layoffs.  They then preview some of the reading list for the upcoming history and politics of sports class at Bethel University.

Chris Moore, Matt Kuchem, and Sam Mulberry discuss the latest news in the impeachment inquiry, what the constitution says about impeachment, and how Christians should think about the idea of impeachment.

In this week's episode of Bookish @ Bethel, Philosophy Professor Carrie Peffley and History Professor AnneMarie Kooistra are joined by Humanities Program TA Jenna Christensen to discuss her experiences in the Humanities Program, books, and fan mail.

On this week's show @Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio talk about the tweet of the week and their personal histories as parody song writers.

In this week's episode of Bookish @ Bethel, Philosophy Professor Carrie Peffley and History Professor AnneMarie Kooistra are joined by Bethel History Professor Rushika Hage to discuss Virgil's Aeneid.

@Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio breakdown the tweet of the week which involves a new doll from Mattel that bears a striking resemblance to one of the Tweet Victory co-hosts.

Chris Gehrz and Chris Moore sound the 252 alarms for an emergency podcast to celebrate and discuss the Minnesota Twins clinching the American League Central Division title.

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