Podcasts

Five spooky podcasts to listen to this Halloween

As a self-proclaimed podcast aficionado, I’ve compiled a list of the five best scary podcasts available on Spotify right now. From corporate villains to serial killers, this list has it all.

Isabelle Gillman | Staff Writer

‘Spemma’ knows WU students by name and story

First-years Emma Thorp and Sparkle Whitaker recently started their own podcast to serve the Washington University community, called “Spemma: The Homo Sapien Podcast.”

Sabrina Spence | Contributing Writer

Combatting my insomnia through ‘Sleep with Me’

“Sleep with me,” is a podcast specialty designed to lull you sleep. It’s what the sheep you’re counting are using.

Ali Gold | Senior Cadenza Editor

Getting up-to-date on STL Vernacular: St. Louis podcasts

Sometimes, a happy accident means finding money in your pocket. Or finding snacks in your pocket. Or both. Other times, a happy accident involves stumbling upon STL Vernacular, a production and distribution platform for a multitude of podcasts around the St. Louis area.

Rima Parikh and Harry Hall | Student Life Writers

My favorite podcasts

Honestly, I do not listen to music anymore. In fact, music brings me no joy, no happiness. I used to walk to school with Radiohead, Ben Folds and Rivers Cuomo at my side, whispering sweet melodies into my ears. Those days are long gone. I found podcasts.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

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