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This collection is an archive of The Howard Thurman Center's "The Common Thread" podcast episodes. Also known as Hub CC160, the Common Thread Podcast is a Hub Cocurricular Learning Experience that tasks six students with conceptualizing, researching, and creating original podcast episodes! Show topics cover a range of subjects and feature students, faculty, and thought leaders from Boston and beyond. This cocurricular is offered on a semesterly basis and fulfills a single unit in the Teamwork/Collaboration area. Visit The Common Thread Podcast site for additional information.

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  • Episode 4 – A look at BU sports fandom 

    Riggio, Kaitlyn; Cook, Heather (Boston University Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground, 2019-05-07)
    College athletics is a source of school pride and spirit, but do fans attend both men’s and women’s sports equally? This question inspired Hub CC160 students Kaitlyn Riggio and Heather Cook to dive deeper into sports ...
  • Episode 1 – What is the BU Hub? 

    Falci, Pedro; Ferguson, Grace (Boston University Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground, 2019-01-28)
    Kenneth Elmore, Associate Provost & Dean of Students at Boston University, has spearheaded the university’s efforts to develop cocurricular experiences as part of the BU Hub, the university’s first-ever general education ...
  • Episode 3 – A look at BU admissions 

    Ferguson, Grace; Mclinn, Alejandra (Boston University Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground, 2019-05-07)
    The “College Admissions Scandal” broke in the winter of 2019, which inspired CC160 students Grace Ferguson and Alejandra Mclinn to think about privilege and access to higher education. What does it take to get into a ...
  • Episode 2 – What are Hub cocurriculars? 

    Falci, Pedro; Ferguson, Grace (Boston University Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground, 2019-01-28)
    In this episode, Pedro Falci and Grace Ferguson continue their conversation with Dean of Students Kenneth Elmore and Hub Program Manager Eric Jarvis to learn more about Cocurricular Learning Experiences. What are they? How ...