Author: Evan Harms
We had on Eli Kraus from the baseball team, talked NFL free agency, Cavs, Browns, Fake Patty’s and Kent spring sports. Edited by Daniel Sherman.
Alex Couts performs his BSR session, with two songs from his new project, Joyd Parker. Be soothed, and then tune into his interview with our own Conor Battles, where they discuss writing without a sound in mind and weird friends. Check out other sessions here!
This 4’33” was performed at (and by) a courtyard in KSU’s Centennial dorms on February 27, 2018.
On Thursday, March 1, The High Divers came to the Kent Stage on their tour with Hannah Wicklund & The Steppin’ Stones, opening up for proto-metal legends, Uriah Heep. Kam Bolati captured some moments from the show and the interview that we’re happy to share with you now.
Kent State basketball star Jaylin Walker comes into the studio for an interview with the guys. The boys also get into other Kent sports, a good discussion on the Cavaliers, Indians and Browns. Finally, the guys answer what their favorite place to eat after the bars is and… should freshmen have to park at Dix […]
BSR is happy to announce the return of BSR Sessions for Spring 2018! First up is Kent folk-urchin Small Heretic, performing three quaint selections from their somewhat secret catalog. Expect more great artists and bands as the semester continues every other Monday! For now, watch and enjoy:
Introducing, Jacob & David’s Bracketiary Bracketacular! Certified Bracketiatrists Jacob and David break down the important debates of our time in the only way that makes sense. In this episode, Jacob and David discover the truth behind which holiday is the greatest, but not before ITFRadio’s Alex Wilcox shows drop some sweet tips on how to […]
The KSU Left Review is a new bi-weekly podcast, hosted by Jacob Dickey, outlining the cool goings-on across the campus left, and where and when you can find them. In the kick-off episode we catch up on the month of February so far, look ahead to important events in the coming weeks, and set the […]
All photos by Nate Manley