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Dean’s List

Dean Kaduboski

Boston Based Uncensored, Long Form Conversational Podcast, featuring a variety of guests from different backgrounds, with different talents and stories to tell. We’re going to have some great conversations with some really interesting people, so listen in!

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Latest Episodes

5000+ people attend ALC Showdown every year, where 18 dance teams compete for a grand prize of $1,000. more

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3 days ago

Jackson Castelli (DJ Jaxx), a Boston Based DJ, talks to Dean about how he got into DJing when he was a kid, transitioning to mixing in Boston, and how to get gigs in the city. more

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a month ago

Bo Brainerd, the founder of dating upstart "Ophelia", talks with Dean about her brand new app which guarantees users a first date with a compatible person, the flaws of existing dating apps, and her big launch plans including giving away VIP GovBall ... more

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2 months ago

Paco Cervantes talks with Dean about his experiences with the Mexican Cartels, living near the border, and the change in border policy in recent years. more

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3 months ago

Luke Jorgensen, the Acting Theatre Department Chair at Boston College, talks to Dean about the various ongoing plays at BC, how he works to implement new aspects into his plays, and Luke's desire for the Theatre Department to become Boston College's ... more

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3 months ago

Merry Christmas Everyone! Timmy Sullivan and Jackson Castelli talk to Dean about Boston College Christmas traditions, presidential comedy sketches, how the government is like a complicated game of clash of clans, and more. Join us for a free for all ... more

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4 months ago

Chris Carrabes, Co-Chair of Start@Shea, the student executive board Boston College's Shea Center for Entrepreneurship, talks to Dean about all of Shea's great programs, including the Strakosch Competition, awarding $10,000 to the winner! more

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4 months ago

Matt Razek, Associate Director of First Year Experience at Boston College, talks with Dean about programs for the incoming Freshmen class, the 48 Hours Retreat, running the Boston Marathon, and more! more

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4 months ago

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