You have a lot of amazing podcasts to choose from out there. From “Serial” to “We Hate Movies,” podcasting is definitely having a moment. So we dug through and pulled out the ones we wished we’d been listening to when we were thinking about college. They’re fun, funny, informative and topical. Check them out.
Young women and men should be tuning into this podcast, about finding your voice, respecting the voices and experiences of others, and following your path. Sophia Amoruso interviews women who’ve found success in various aspects of their lives (she calls these women “girlbosses”) about work, money, wellness and life in general. This is a fun, accessible way to get acquainted with adulting, figuring out your interests and realizing your potential.
Just like the , the Cracked podcast takes on the big questions, issues and ideas, like: , , and . Cracked is both funny and educational, which we all know is the best way to be taught anything.
There are 17 billion advice podcasts on this planet, but the one we recommend is “If I Were You.” The hosts, Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld, take on a variety of topics—crushes, video games, the Internet, and CATS. Something for everyone.
Entrepreneurship is in the United States, in no small part because more and more college students are founding businesses and companies on campuses across the country. On “Entrepreneurs on Fire,” you’ll hear interviews with all kinds of different business-runners—from all generations. Got a big idea? Start here.
If you love pop culture, you’ll love this podcast, which has everything from interviews with Jon Hamm to serious and important conversations about race. They even have a topic section on their website .
Those are our favorites for now. But we’re updating our queues all the time! Send us a note and let us know what you’re listening to.