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Saint Louis Stories attends to the places and people that shape the city of Saint Louis. The podcast series captures and contextualizes the voices in and of the city so that listeners can better engaging in shaping Saint Louis.

Latest Episodes

After Hours: Episode Five

In this episode of After Hours I interview a nursing student who I refer to as “S”. “S” describes her experiences of balancing work and school. She also discusses how the illnesses of her mother and grandparents affect her. This story is part of project produced over a 16-week period by Emily Jaboor.

6 MIN2017 MAY 12
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After Hours: Episode Five

After Hours: Episode Four

In this episode of After Hours I interview a Vietnam War Veteran, “N”, and his wife, “K”. “N” and “K” describe their experiences during “N”’s enlistment and deployment. They also discuss how they handle their daughter “D”’s disability and how it has affected their relationships. This story is part of project produced over a 16-week period by Emily Jaboor.

7 MIN2017 MAY 12
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After Hours: Episode Four

After Hours: Episode Three

In this episode of After Hours I interview a woman that I refer to as “D”. “D” is the mother of “Y” who I interviewed in episode 2. In this interview, “D” reveals why she has been able to be so helpful in her daughter’s marriage during tough times and reveals how her own employment status affects her and her family’s life. This story is part of project produced over a 16-week period by Emily Jaboor.

9 MIN2017 MAY 12
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After Hours: Episode Three

After Hours: Episode Two

In this episode of After Hours I interview a woman that I refer to as “Y”. “Y” is the wife of the warehouse worker I interviewed in episode 1 that I called “W”. While “W” revealed how his work affected his health, “Y” reveals how her husband’s work has affected their marriage and their social life. This story is part of project produced over a 16-week period by Emily Jaboor.

7 MIN2017 MAY 12
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After Hours: Episode Two

After Hours: Episode One

In this episode I interview a warehouse worker who I call “W” to see how his work affects his life after hours. This story is part of project produced over a 16-week period by Emily Jaboor.

6 MIN2017 MAY 12
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After Hours: Episode One

Does Dust Make A Sound As It Falls?

How does bibliophilic time travel sound? What does empty space say? This soundscape investigates the sonic stories of library stacks, locked away in the Rare Books Department at Saint Louis University. It aims to create a micro-narrative experience, exploring the inextricable dimensions of time and space in the book body. This story was produced over a 3-week period by Claire Peterson in partnership with Nathaniel Rivers's New Media Writing course.

2 MIN2016 SEP 24
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Does Dust Make A Sound As It Falls?

A Night Abroad

Is it possible to have an experience of "going abroad" without leaving Saint Louis? In this episode of Saint Louis Stories, a group of students serves up a small taste of the international cuisine available in the South Grand neighborhood. This story was produced over a 5-week period by Colten Brio, Anushka Narawane, Erin Nelson, and Sadie Stipanovich in partnership with Nathaniel Rivers's New Media Writing course.

10 MIN2016 AUG 10
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A Night Abroad

The Exorcist Story

The story of the exorcism of "Robbie Mannheim" in 1949 is one everyone at Saint Louis University knows. However, no one has exactly the same version. Our story follows these various versions, exploring not the veracity of each but their circulation in and around Saint Louis University. Where did we hear it? From whom did we hear it? Why do we care? This story was produced over a 5-week period by Byron Gilman-Hernandez, Tyler Groves, Jun Guan, and Abdullah Sindi in partnership with Nathaniel Rivers's New Media Writing course.

9 MIN2016 AUG 10
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The Exorcist Story

Bridge to the Alamo

When The Bridge Outreach permanently closed its doors on June 30, 2016, New Life Evangelistic Center became the only emergency homeless shelter in downtown Saint Louis. Our story is about a standstill between this one shelter and the downtown residents/city officials who petitioned and voted to restrict New Life's capacity. If New Life loses this case, downtown Saint Louis will become one big geographic hole in homeless services while north Saint Louis becomes the new hub. This story was produced over a 5-week period by Nicholas Borella, Serxhio Hoxha, Lauren Kersey, and Amelie Rode in partnership with Nathaniel Rivers's New Media Writing course.

22 MIN2016 AUG 10
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Bridge to the Alamo
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Latest Episodes

After Hours: Episode Five

In this episode of After Hours I interview a nursing student who I refer to as “S”. “S” describes her experiences of balancing work and school. She also discusses how the illnesses of her mother and grandparents affect her. This story is part of project produced over a 16-week period by Emily Jaboor.

6 MIN2017 MAY 12
Comments
After Hours: Episode Five

After Hours: Episode Four

In this episode of After Hours I interview a Vietnam War Veteran, “N”, and his wife, “K”. “N” and “K” describe their experiences during “N”’s enlistment and deployment. They also discuss how they handle their daughter “D”’s disability and how it has affected their relationships. This story is part of project produced over a 16-week period by Emily Jaboor.

7 MIN2017 MAY 12
Comments
After Hours: Episode Four

After Hours: Episode Three

In this episode of After Hours I interview a woman that I refer to as “D”. “D” is the mother of “Y” who I interviewed in episode 2. In this interview, “D” reveals why she has been able to be so helpful in her daughter’s marriage during tough times and reveals how her own employment status affects her and her family’s life. This story is part of project produced over a 16-week period by Emily Jaboor.

9 MIN2017 MAY 12
Comments
After Hours: Episode Three

After Hours: Episode Two

In this episode of After Hours I interview a woman that I refer to as “Y”. “Y” is the wife of the warehouse worker I interviewed in episode 1 that I called “W”. While “W” revealed how his work affected his health, “Y” reveals how her husband’s work has affected their marriage and their social life. This story is part of project produced over a 16-week period by Emily Jaboor.

7 MIN2017 MAY 12
Comments
After Hours: Episode Two

After Hours: Episode One

In this episode I interview a warehouse worker who I call “W” to see how his work affects his life after hours. This story is part of project produced over a 16-week period by Emily Jaboor.

6 MIN2017 MAY 12
Comments
After Hours: Episode One

Does Dust Make A Sound As It Falls?

How does bibliophilic time travel sound? What does empty space say? This soundscape investigates the sonic stories of library stacks, locked away in the Rare Books Department at Saint Louis University. It aims to create a micro-narrative experience, exploring the inextricable dimensions of time and space in the book body. This story was produced over a 3-week period by Claire Peterson in partnership with Nathaniel Rivers's New Media Writing course.

2 MIN2016 SEP 24
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Does Dust Make A Sound As It Falls?

A Night Abroad

Is it possible to have an experience of "going abroad" without leaving Saint Louis? In this episode of Saint Louis Stories, a group of students serves up a small taste of the international cuisine available in the South Grand neighborhood. This story was produced over a 5-week period by Colten Brio, Anushka Narawane, Erin Nelson, and Sadie Stipanovich in partnership with Nathaniel Rivers's New Media Writing course.

10 MIN2016 AUG 10
Comments
A Night Abroad

The Exorcist Story

The story of the exorcism of "Robbie Mannheim" in 1949 is one everyone at Saint Louis University knows. However, no one has exactly the same version. Our story follows these various versions, exploring not the veracity of each but their circulation in and around Saint Louis University. Where did we hear it? From whom did we hear it? Why do we care? This story was produced over a 5-week period by Byron Gilman-Hernandez, Tyler Groves, Jun Guan, and Abdullah Sindi in partnership with Nathaniel Rivers's New Media Writing course.

9 MIN2016 AUG 10
Comments
The Exorcist Story

Bridge to the Alamo

When The Bridge Outreach permanently closed its doors on June 30, 2016, New Life Evangelistic Center became the only emergency homeless shelter in downtown Saint Louis. Our story is about a standstill between this one shelter and the downtown residents/city officials who petitioned and voted to restrict New Life's capacity. If New Life loses this case, downtown Saint Louis will become one big geographic hole in homeless services while north Saint Louis becomes the new hub. This story was produced over a 5-week period by Nicholas Borella, Serxhio Hoxha, Lauren Kersey, and Amelie Rode in partnership with Nathaniel Rivers's New Media Writing course.

22 MIN2016 AUG 10
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Bridge to the Alamo
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