This week, The Hash covers Uber's latest problems, startup sexism, and a new dating app.
Should you delete convenience from your life in protest of the company’s unsavory moral decisions?
Cooking Week – Researchers spell out the stress many mothers face to provide family dinner.
This week, The Hash features Kenneth Miller in a conversation about the gay male body standard.
Elisa Kreisinger, otherwise known as the Pop Culture Pirate, makes popular media consumption guiltless.
A Millennial's defense of the Pierce Brosnan James Bond movies.
Lean In, an organization founded by Sheryl Sandberg to encourage the empowerment of women, has partnered with the Girl Scouts of America and over a dozen other partners in a campaign to “ban ‘bossy.’” The campaign suggests that assertive young girls are labeled as “bossy,” while boys with the same qualities are considered leaders, and that the negative title makes females less interested in leadership roles. #banbossy, which is now trending across social media, has the support of many celebrities and media outlets, but has been criticized by others as a failure to teach children, specifically girls, how to ignore hurtful name calling. This week on BTR Pulse, Sarah Fraser asks people in New York what they think of the campaign.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane read off their personal top 5 love songs of the year. Then, the two recap women in the media over the course of 2013 for their Analyzing Stereotypes segment. The show wraps up with a can't-miss gag reel filled with Molly and Dane's 2013 recording mishaps. Image by Molly Freeman. Molly's Top 5 Songs “Treasure” - Bruno Mars “Pusher Love Girl” - Justin Timberlake “Fade Into You” - Sam Palladio & Clare Bowen “Kiss You” - One Direction “Wait So Long” - Trampled by Turtles Dane's Top 5 Songs "Another Kind Of Green" - John Mayer Trio "You Got It On" - Justin Timberlake "Who You Love" - John Mayer, Katy Perry "Wonderful Tonight" - Eric Clapton "For The Love Of You" - The Isley Brothers Playlist 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:47 I Can’t Wait - Jake Bellows 01:29 Relationships in the Digital Age - Top 5 Love Songs of 2013 10:20 Into the Sun - CSS 10:54 Analyzing Stereotypes: Women in Media 2013 18:48 Sin - Grant Hart 19:20 2013 Gag Reel 26:12 Outro 26:50 Finish The Music Jake Bellows (Official New Ocean album art.) CSS (Official Planta album art.) Live: Jan 23 - The Hi-Fi - Melbourne, Australia Jan 25 - The Metro - Sydney, Australia Grant Hart (Official The Argument album art.)