IN THE HIVE Archive

The impostor syndrome

Have you ever felt like a phony? On today’s show, Emily Means discusses the “impostor phenomenon” with Aida Neimarlija, partner at the

Utah’s newest tyrannosaur fossil

Today on the show, we talk about the recently excavated tyrannosaur fossil found at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Tylor Birthisel, paleontology lab

Cultural appropriation

Today on the show, we discuss cultural appropriation, a sociological concept generally defined as the use of the elements of one culture by

Women’s role in American craft beer brewing

Today on the show: Journalist and historian Tara Nurin talks about women’s role in brewing throughout history; Proper Brewing certified cicerones Rebecca

Project Homeless Connect and tai chi on Library Square

Today’s show looks at two programs helping connect people experiencing homelessness with the resources and services they need — and with each

Free speech on college campuses

Today’s show looks at the campus-wide conversation surrounding free speech at college campuses, specifically at the University of Utah. An appearance by

What’s new and what’s ahead for the Salt Lake City Public Library

Emily Means speaks with Peter Bromberg, executive director at the Salt Lake City Public Library. They discuss changes that have occurred at

The experience of queer people of color in Utah

Today’s show features the stories of three people who identify in a variety of ways, including queer, Black, Latinx and gender fluid.

The end of DACA

Emily Means talks with Heath Becker, an immigration attorney at Immigrant Legal Services in Salt Lake City, about options for recipients of

Utah’s right-to-work law, unions and workers’ rights

Emily Means talks with Theresa Foxley, president and CEO at EDCUtah, about the influence Utah’s right-to-work law has on a business’ decision