This week on a special back-to-school edition of The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane discuss whether or not the anti-rape movement impacts sex lives. The two also debate the pros and cons of products marketed to women that detect date-rape drugs. The show wraps with an in-depth discussion of the colleges and universities that have made important changes in the wake of rape investigations.
Image by Molly Freeman.
While at Ithaca College, Molly was a DJ on the school’s internet-only station, VIC Radio, under the name Molly Rock-It. Photo courtesy of Carly Boyle.
While at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Dane was an Arts & Living Editor for The Massachusetts Daily Collegian, New England’s largest college daily newspaper. Photo courtesy of Justin Sergent.
My Brightest Diamond
(Official This Is My Hand album art.)
Sep 19 – The Music Box – Detroit, MI
Sep 20 – The Drake – Toronto, ON
Sep 22 – Sinclair – Cambridge, MA
(Official Classic Zeus album art.)
Sep 14 – Rifflandia Festival – Victoria, BC
Sep 16 – Hume Hotel-Spirit Bar – Nelson, BC
Sep 17 – The Republik – Calgary, AB
(Official City Wrecker album art.)
Sep 17 – Yuong Yishan – Dongcheng, CN
Sep 19 – Mofun Loft – Suzhou, CN
Sep 29 – Once More – Chanzhou, CN
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