On this week’s episode of “Tea’d,” hosts DJ and Jayse talk about the importance of sexual health throughout college. The sips of wisdom highlight steps you can take on being on top of your sexual health
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On this week’s episode of “Tea’d,” hosts DJ Wilkins and Jayse Rednour invite guests Geneva Murray and MaryKathyrine Tran from the women’s center to discuss microaggressions and the lasting effects they can have on a person. Their sips of wisdom are guidelines to help listeners navigate being faced with a microaggression.
On this week’s episode of “Tea’d,” hosts DJ and Jayse talk about their experience with conflict throughout their college career. The sips of wisdom encourage the audience to listen, to be open to feedback and to be aware of when to step away from a situation.
Hosts DJ and Jayse talk about their experience making friends throughout their college career. The sips of wisdom encourages the audience to take their time making friendships because a good friend is hard to come by.
Hosts DJ and Jayse talk about creating and launching a podcast. The sips of wisdom encourage the audience to embrace fear and start their own podcast.
Hosts DJ and Jayse talk about the do’s and don’ts when it comes to fest season. The host also discuss the importance of looking out for yourself and your friends while having fun.
This week, hosts DJ Wilkins and Jayse Rednour discuss their own personal journey in fashion and give tips and advice to people struggling to find their own style.
This week, hosts DJ Wilkins and Jayse Rednour invited Geneva Murray from Ohio University's Women Center on to discuss salary negotiations.
Hosts DJ and Jayse talk with special guest Stephen Barrett, the CEO of Creamy, a hand-painted apparel company. The trio dive into the hardships of chasing your dreams, meeting expectations and balancing creating a company while in school.
Hosts DJ and Jayse talk about the importance of perseverance through failure in college. The hosts chat about the importance of having thick skin and taking accountability for mistakes you’ve made. They also talk about how failure can give you drive to make comebacks.
Hosts DJ and Jayse talk about the importance of saving money throughout your college career. The hosts talk about the importance of saving money and small ways to save money everyday — because every penny counts.
To start the second season of “Tea’d,” hosts DJ and Jayse talk about their New Year’s resolutions and their goals for the semester, both short- and long-term. The hosts talk about the importance of setting goals for the new year and the fresh start that comes with. They also give tips on how to make attainable goals so you can reach your full potential.
This week hosts DJ Wilkins and Jayce Rednour invited Ivy Whaley from We are First to talk about her experience being a first-generation college student from Appalachia. They talk about the misconceptions of growing up in Appalachia and the insecurities that come along with being a first-gen student.
Relationships play a significant role in the college experience. There are different relationships people encounter in their first year of college that will shape who they are and their perspective. It’s important to value the different forms of relationships. Hosts DJ Wilkins and Jayce Rednour highlight important qualities and expectations students should set for people when creating new relational bonds, whether it be romantic relationships, friendships or coworkers.
When entering Ohio University, students have a lot of majors to choose from. Hosts DJ Wilkins and Jayce Rednour discuss majors, minors and certificates, and the benefits that go along with them. The options of majors can be overwhelming.
Freshman year of college can be very stressful due to all of the responsibilities on your plate. It’s important to take time for oneself and relieve some stress. Stress is inevitable through college, so it’s important to know how to cope with it in a healthy manner.