• Where Fashion Matters

    9 MAY. 2024 · Timestamps:   (01:29) — What is FITS?   (03:20) — The name change from FAST to FITS   (07:31) — How can people can involved creatively?   (12:25) — The idea behind the photoshoot   (14:21) — The cultural roots of an outfit   (15:39) — when ** started to design   (18:00) — when ** started to design   (19:32) — Amy’s feeling on “Burnout”  (20:19) — Explaining their sketches!   (22:52) — What are your personal styles?   (25:17) — Details of “Symbiosis”, FITS’ titular fashion show!   (29:32) — How does fashion and styling impact our society?   (32:02) — The male gaze associated with fashion   (33:44) — current goals for FITS Kate and Amy have a sit-down with designers Komo Assi, Jaclyn Brodersen, and Asmahan Karam from FITS before “Symbiosis”, a show incorporating 23 fashion collections composed by 25 Cal Poly fashion designers.  FITS, which stands for “Fashion, Innovation, Trendsetting, and Styling” is a collective of fashion designers, photographers, and enthusiasts on campus.    You can find more information about the club on their instagram, https://www.instagram.com/fitsatslo/?hl=en!   The Sustainable Fashion Club, who FITS is collaborating with on their "Symbiosis" show, can be found on Instagram as wellhttps://www.instagram.com/cpsustainablefashion/?hl=en.   Reach out to these wonderful guests on Instagram! Komo Assi — @heykomo Jaclyn Brodersen — @Jacofspades  Follow KCPR on https://www.instagram.com/kcpr913/?hl=en, https://twitter.com/kcpr913?lang=en, and https://www.tiktok.com/@kcpr913 @kcpr913. Check out KCPR.org to check out our other podcasts CP101, The Gallop, Chatterbox, SLO-Fi, and The Roundup. Different Matters Team: Kate Hernandez –– Host Amy Contreras –– Host Olive Nelson ––  Audio Editor Sam Kohn –– Podcast Director
    38m 24s
  • Where Indigenous Communities Matter

    25 ABR. 2024 · TIMESTAMPS: (04:12) — Land Acknowledgement, and why we do them (16:20) — Federally-recognized tribes vs. non-federally recognized tribe –- what protections do they receive? (24:30) — The costs of becoming a “tribe” (27:10) The difference between a reservation vs. a tribe. Maintain Sovereignty vs keeping land’’ (30:50) — Why is the “I” in Indigenous capitalized? (34:22) — What is the difference between Native American, American Indian, and other terminology?  (36:50) — The racism of fire suppression policy (38:05) — Indigenous Language revitalization (40:00) — The history of the name “San Luis Obispo”, and how it relates to Indigenous history (43:34) — What has Cal Poly done to educate and help respect Indigenous land? (49:22) — What are challenges tribes face today? (59:06) — Dr. Heberling’s final point Different Matters highlights and amplifies underrepresented voices in Cal Poly’s community.   In today’s episode, our hosts Kate and Amy discuss Indigenous culture in San Luis Obispo with three distinguished guests.   Becca Lucas is a lecture in the Ethnic Studies and Natural Resources departments. Her academia focuses on Indigenous Land Management and Agriculture Policy. She graduated with a. B.A in Sociology and Italian from UC Davis, and then went on to achieve two Masters degrees at Tufts University: a M.S in Agriculture Food and Environment as well as a M.A in Environmental Policy. She is also a tribal member of the yak titʸu titʸu yak tiłhini Northern Chumash Tribe of San Luis Obispo County and Region (YTT Tribe).   Dr. Lydia Heberling is an Assistant Professor in the Ethnic Studies department at Cal Poly’ She received a Ph.D in English from the University of Washington in 2021, where her focus was on literatures from Indigenous California cultures. She also is passionate in surf culture, specifically in how that impacts indigenous cultures around the world.   Sophie Martyross is a 4th Year Computer Science Major with a minor in Ethnic Studies. She has been involved with the Indigenous Walking Tours program at Cal Poly for a couple years, that we delve into in this episode. https://yttnorthernchumashtribe.com/ Follow KCPR on https://www.instagram.com/kcpr913/?hl=en, https://twitter.com/kcpr913?lang=en, and https://www.tiktok.com/@kcpr913 @kcpr913. Check out KCPR.org to check out our other podcasts CP101, The Gallop, Chatterbox, SLO-Fi, and The Roundup. This episode was produced by Kate Hernandez, Amy Contreras, and Sam Kohn.
    1h 37s
  • Where Drag Performers Matter

    6 DIC. 2023 · Where Different Matters is back with a vulnerable and educational conversation with two member of Cal Poly's Drag Club. You can find Dirt on Instagram @oatmilkjuulpod and Winnie Hartwood on Instagram @winniehartwood. Follow KCPR on https://www.instagram.com/kcpr913/?hl=en, https://twitter.com/kcpr913?lang=en, and https://www.tiktok.com/@kcpr913 @kcpr913. Check out KCPR.org to check out our other podcasts, articles, and music. This episode was produced by Kate Hernandez, Amy Contreras, and Sophia Martino.
    56m 1s
  • Where Mental Health Matters

    29 ABR. 2022 · Michelle Vu, president of the Psychology club on campus, sits down with Different Matters in this episode to talk about mental health on campus and at home. Michelle opens up about her own struggles with mental health, the disconnect between her culture and mental illness, and the detrimental effects of Cal Poly’s "grind" mindset. Tune in to hear how Michelle has learned to balance the stress of college with taking the time to unwind and stay healthy. Produced by: Cassandra Duarte With help from: Sean Fitzgerald Interview by: Jacqueline Wong
    21m 13s
  • Where Stories Matter

    19 ABR. 2022 · One of our producers, Erin, interviews a team member of the Instagram account @shadesofcalpoly. This Instagram account is dedicated to "shining light on the discrimination that lurks in the shadows and is dismissed in the open at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo". Listen to their conversation on this third episode of the KCPR student-produced podcast: Different Matters. Produced by: Sarah Rauh With help from: Sean Fitzgerald Interview by: Erin Grastly
    24m 28s
  • Where Community Matters

    12 ABR. 2022 · In this episode, Cameryn interviews San Luis Obispo local activist and community change maker Rita Casaverde. Rita shares her story as an immigrant, and how that has pushed her to advocate for many others today. As an activist, Rita has been involved in many local organizations and shares her experience starting one, UndocuSupport. Listen to Rita share her story and lived experiences, as well as how that ties into her love of gardening and music. Produced by: Cameryn Oakes
    36m 49s
  • Where Representation Matters

    5 ABR. 2022 · In this episode, Rachel interviewed Professor Ramón Esquivel and Professor Hala Baki - two professors of color in the Theatre department at Cal Poly. They discussed inclusion, or lack-thereof, in the institution of theatre and how it affects their work at Cal Poly. They both engage in a wealth of activism-related activities, including the discussion of a film that Professor Baki helped hold and a Teach-In session that Professor Esquivel led. They also gave insight into how we can change the culture of racial discrimination in artistic spaces. This is a discussion that is revealing of the state of theatre today, as well as the way underrepresented groups are treated in the greater San Luis Obispo community. Produced by: Rachel Kupfer-Weinstein With help from: Sam Kohn
    35m 17s
  • Welcome to Different Matters

    15 FEB. 2022 · Welcome to Different Matters. Check us out at kcpr.org/listen/podcasts, and follow us on all socials @kcpr913 and on Instagram @kcprpodcasts to get the latest on our podcast updates.  Produced by: Sarah Rauh
    32s

Different Matters highlights and amplifies underrepresented voices on Cal Poly’s campus and within the greater San Luis Obispo community by sharing the deeply personal stories of it’s guests and highlighting...

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Different Matters highlights and amplifies underrepresented voices on Cal Poly’s campus and within the greater San Luis Obispo community by sharing the deeply personal stories of it’s guests and highlighting the incredible activist work they are doing.
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