DJ and Jayse explore the ins and outs of dating as young adults.
First Reel: 'Psycho' was monumental for its time, but it doesn't age well in the current horror landscapeBy Georgia Davis | Mar. 4, 2019
Host Georgia Davis discusses Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 film Psycho with assistant editor of The Beat Molly Schramm.
The JoBros are back with new single “Sucker.”
Hosts talk with guest Abby Miller, a news staff writer from The Post, about the candidates running for the two open seats on the Athens City Council.
Host Matt Parker is joined by fellow ‘Post’ hockey beat writer Trevor Colgan.
Darren Aronfsky’s 2010 film has complex themes about perfection.
Plus, discussions about Nirvana and discovering music on YouTube.
Host Matt Parker is joined by ‘Post’ sports editors and men’s basketball beat writers Spencer Holbrook and Pete Nakos.
Steven Spielberg’s 1998 film tells a story of World War II.
Beats on the Bricks: Talking Grammys and Emo Prom, plus thoughts on new Homeshake and Ariana Grande songsBy Alex Boddie and Max Semenczuk | Feb. 18, 2019
Are the Grammys still relevant? Hosts Alex and Max discuss.
Dr. Geneva Murray from Ohio University's Women Center discussed salary negotiations.
“Leaving at Halftime” host Matt Parker joins host Georgia Davis to discuss the 1986 film Top Gun.
Swing State of Mind: Sherrod Brown's potential presidential run and our takeaways from the State of the UnionBy Maddie Capron and George Shillcock | Feb. 7, 2019
George and Maddie discuss the State of the Union address, Sherrod Brown and more.
Host Matt is joined by fellow ‘Post’ hockey beat writer Trevor to talk about the Bobcats.
Hosts DJ and Jayse and special guest Stephen dive into launching a brand while balancing college life.
Host Georgia Davis and guest Taylor Johnston discuss 1999 horror flick ‘The Blair Witch Project.’
Beats on the Bricks: Discussing Saturday's show at The Union and hot takes about the new Vampire Weekend songsBy Alex Boddie and Max Semenczuk | Feb. 3, 2019
Plus, the hosts talk about what they’ve been listening to lately, including Lil Uzi Vert and Wilco.