Have the recent elections proven the relevance and importance of HBCUs?
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, host Marissa Stubbs is joined by Jayla Jones, Ashton Edmunds, and Jonathan Scott to discuss the importance of HBCUs, the head coaching climate in the NFL, and more. Plus, the crew shared some takes from their favorite NBA teams.
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, host Parker Owens and co-host Marissa Stubbs are joined by Athletic trainer Danny Lopez to discuss what the WNBA and NBA has done to advocate for social justice. Also, former Savannah State football QB David Handler stops by to discuss his experience as a white student at an HBCU. The fellows then finish off the episode discussing the generous donations given by MacKenzie Scott to several HBCUs this past year.
First semester wrap-up, Makur Maker at Howard University, Lavar Ball building a NBA dynasty
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, Jayla Jones, Marissa Stubbs, and Jonathan Scott welcome Senior writer for The Undefeated, Jerry Bembry, to discuss Makur Maker playing at Howard University, Lavar Ball and how he managed to get all three of his sons in the NBA and, they each gave their opinions on which entertainer they think would be great commentating sporting events. The Fellows also welcome in Ashton Edmunds to share how their first semester was and whether they will be online or in-person in the spring.
The Fellows talk with Taylor Rooks about everything from the NBA Bubble to advice for aspiring journalists.
Jonathan, Alex, Jayla, and Marissa welcome Taylor Rooks onto to show to discuss her college experiences, life in the NBA bubble, and the importance of women in the sports industry. Taylor gives her takes on the possibility of an NFL bubble, NBA trades, and she even drops gems about her interview techniques, gives advice for aspiring journalists, and shares valuable lessons she has learned along the way.
Post presidential election reaction and more
Alex Williams, Parker Owens and Ashton Edmunds share their reactions to the presidential election and welcome in special guest Desiree Williams. Also, the Fellows ask if Kamala Harris’ win will start to shift more students towards attending HBCU’s. Plus, the crew discusses the Sanders family committing to Jackson State, Georgia runoff elections, and react to the passing of beloved musicians.
The Fellows cover everything from current events to seeing their favorite players grow older.
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, Jonathan, Marissa and Jayla tag in senior writer Jesse Washington and former Rhoden Fellow Randall Williams, as the group discusses the upcoming election, Black television and seeing their favorite players grow older.
No homecoming/ voter registration, COVID cases in the NFL/ NCAAF and NCAA Basketball return
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, Ashton Edmunds and co-hosts Jonathan Scott and Bill Rhoden discuss HBCU homecoming and voter registration on college campuses. Special guest Quamaine Dawkins, a senior at Auburn University shares how Auburn is handling Covid-19.
Lack of Diversity in NBA Coaching and NFL giving up on BLM.
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, Parker Owens and cohost Jayla Jones discuss a plethora of hot topics in the sports world. Parker and Jayla discuss the Doc Rivers hiring and lack of diversity in NBA with Senior NBA writer for the Undefeated, Marc Spears. The fellows also share if they believe the NFL has given up on Black Lives Matter, Deion Sanders new coaching position at Jackson State University, and the NBA Finals Predictions.
HBCU 468: Taking classes in a pandemic, the NBA playoffs and more
The Rhoden Fellows podcast returns for a new season with a new class of fellows! Marissa, Alex, Jayla, Ashton, Parker and Jonathan, alongside Bill Rhoden, speak on how remote learning has been so far this semester and what an HBCU bubble would look like if it existed. Plus, the fellows give their analysis of who they think will be the 2020 NBA Champions.
Ed Gordon Joins Show, Super Bowl Recap
This week on the Rhoden Fellows podcast, Bill, Whitney, Jamal and Eryn speak to journalist, Ed Gordon about his new book, Conversations in Black: On Power, Politics, and Leadership. They also talk about the latest shake up for the Knicks, and recap the Super Bowl.