In this week's episode of Bookish @ Bethel, Philosophy Professor Carrie Peffley and History Professor AnneMarie Kooistra are joined by Bethel Biblical and Theological Studies Professor Erik Leafblad to discuss Karl Marx, Walter Rauschenbusch, and Pope Leo XIII.

Barrett Fisher and Sam Mulberry meet up in the video store to talk about the 1958 film Vertigo and to get Barrett's film recommendation for next week.

The EST crew reacts to the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg before considering the ramifications for American politics and the looming election.

Sam Mulberry (Generation X) and Annie Berglund (Millennial) join together to watch their way through Avatar: The Last Airbender.  In this episode they examine “Book 1: Water, Chapter 4: The Warriors of Kyoshi”.

Sam Mulberry (Generation X) and Annie Berglund (Millennial) join together to watch their way through Avatar: The Last Airbender.  In this episode they examine “Book 1: Water, Chapter 3: The Southern Air Temple”.

@Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio are in studio to talk about the tweet of the week which tries to help us understand the difference between Jason Derulo and Clay Aiken.

The EST crew gets local and discusses what shifting demographics and party identity tell us about the role that Minnesota will play in the Presidential election.

In this week's episode of Bookish @ Bethel, Philosophy Professor Carrie Peffley and History Professor AnneMarie Kooistra are joined by Bethel Literature Professor Marion Larson to discuss Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s The Yellow Wallpaper and Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own.

Barrett Fisher and Sam Mulberry meet up in the video store to talk about the 1999 film Being John Malkovich and to get Barrett's film recommendation for next week.

Sam Mulberry (Generation X) and Annie Berglund (Millennial) join together to watch their way through Avatar: The Last Airbender.  In this episode they examine “Book 1: Water, Chapter 2: The Avatar Returns”.

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