Rank #1: Analysis on the NBA Draft Lottery + Playoffs So Far
Summer is here, so I returned to my high school radio stiation to host a solo radio show centering around the NBA. Get ready for some classic Reality Check NBA talk about the recent draft lottery and playoff analysis/predictions!
Rank #2: Bonnie Wu On Her Unique Student Government + CWRU College Experiences
On Reality Check this week, Bonnie Wu talks about her time in student government thus far and reflects on her first year on campus in the terms of what made her experiences unique, such as being a nursing major here and being from California. Enjoy!
Rank #3: Catching Up With Sharan Mehta On Growing Up In India vs. College Life in the US, Clubs, and Soccer
In one of the final episodes of Reality Check this semester, Sharan Mehta joins me for one of the more laid back discussions of Reality Check so far. Over the course of our hour on air, Sharan describes his love of soccer, opinions of CWRU (especially in comparison to his upbringing in India), and his experiences of being a very involved member of two extracurricular activities at CWRU (student government and rowing). Enjoy!
Rank #4: 2020 Elections + Mueller Report Discussion With Paritosh Joshi and Jake Roth
Undergraduate Student Government Representatives Paritosh Joshi and Jake Roth come on Reality Check to discuss their USG experiences along with the current US politics scene, particularly the 2020 Elections and Mueller Report findings.
Rank #5: March Madness Updates/Predictions With Hersh Bhatt
Today Hersh Bhatt comes on Reality Check to discuss what's occurred in March Madness thus far, make updated bracket predictions, and talk about his experiences as a part of Undergraduate Student Government for the last three years at CWRU (Currently serving as Vice President of Student Life). Enjoy!
Rank #6: March Madness 2019 Special
Today I go solo on Reality Check for the first time at CWRU in my March Madness 2019 Special! In this podcast you'll hear my perspective on every single game in this tournament and hear my long-term predictions/analysis as well. Get ready to hear some major upset alerts + hot takes!
This show was certainly near and dear to my heart since my radio career started with a March Madness 2015 Preview, meaning this one was my 5th annual March Madness special and 5th anniversary of my first radio show! So, I really hope you enjoy the podcast and gain some insight on how this year's bracket looks!
Rank #7: Laurel Williamson On Theater/Musicals & Movies
On this episode Laurel Williamson joins me on Reality Check to discuss her own acting/theater experience in life and at CWRU, all-time great Broadway musicals, and a brief wrap-up of movies over the past year. Enjoy!
Rank #8: Student Government and National Politics Talk With Sydney Davis and Marin Exler
CWRU Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Vice Presidents Sydney Davis and Marin Exler join me today to discuss their experiences at Case Western Reserve, in student government specifically, and share their opinions on the national politics scene, particularly in terms of the candidates for the Democratic nominee for President in 2020. Hope y'all enjoy!
Rank #9: Davu Keels's Take on the Super Bowl & NBA Trade Deadline
Today Davu Keels joins me on Reality Check to analyze every aspect of last Sunday's Super Bowl as well as to discuss all the NBA Trade Deadline deals/info, which came just a few hours prior to the recording of this show.
Without any technical difficulties this week, I hope you enjoy improved analysis from our last episode!
Rank #10: Interview With CWRU Varsity Football Player Thomas DelMastro + Super Bowl Talk
In my first radio show in college at Case Western Reserve University, a Cornerback on the CWRU Varsity Football Team, Thomas DelMastro, joins me to discuss his football journey to where he is today and what it's like to be a student athlete. After that segment, Thomas and I take a deep dive into analyzing the Patriots-Rams Super Bowl matachup coming up on February 3rd.
There were some technical issues early on in the show due to the adjustment to the college radio station technology but regardless I hope you enjoy!