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Ep.2 Informing Bengal Voters on ASISU Elections and Olympians on Campus at The Simplot Games

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Welcome back Bengals! Here is our second episode (we're pretty proud of it)! In this episode, host Chloe Reid discusses her interview with the Orange and Black party and summarizes the Bengal Party in which you can vote for in the upcoming student government elections. Sports Editor Hadley Bodell covers her exciting encounters with Olympians at the annual Simplot Games.

Did you know ISU student government elections are happening? Our Editor in Chief Chloe Reid got the chance to sit down with the Orange and Black Party. In this episode, she fills us in on what the party aims to do if elected, and summarizes their opposing party's goals. Also in this episode is an overview of the 44th annual Simplot Games, where Sports Editor Hadley Bodell interviewed Olympic silver medalist Noelle Pikus Pace and Olympic gold medalist Stacy Dragila. She gives us insight into what it means to compete at the games, and how special it is for athletes to have the opportunity to meet Olympians.

The Bengal Podcast Season 1 KISUISUStudent Interest
I'm Hadley, a freshman student in Communications in Multiplatform Journalism at ISU. I am the Sports Editor for The Bengal Newspaper on campus, and love reporting both sports and student life stories. In addition to radio broadcasts, you might hear me on the upcoming Bengal Podcast with my fellow journalists at The Bengal!
Chloe is the Editor In Chief of The Bengal Newspaper. She has been with The Bengal for all four years of college, and is currently a senior here at Idaho State majoring in communications with an emphasis on multiplatform journalism. She has a passion for bringing communities together and loves journalism for its ability to form bonds with others and educate local communities about current events.