Listen: Match Day, theater production and more on ‘In the Wild’ podcast

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This week on In The Wild, Raysean Ricks and Kiara Heffner kick the podcast off with a new segment called Wild Topics, where the two have intriguing conversations on academics, professional and personal life as well as trending news.

Also, Faydia Ramnairine, a communication student from Pamplin College, joins Ricks in the studio to promote Augusta University’s new theatrical production, Metaphysique D’Ephemera, directed by  Dr. Melanie Kitchens-O’meara.  This will make AU history as the Art and Design Department’s first performance art themed stage play to be held outside on the Maxwell Theatre portico.

Susan Brands and Carter Reed, both fourth-year Medical College of Georgia students, wrap up with Match Day, an exciting event where students receive results from the National Resident Matching Program to find out if they’ve been accepted into a residency or other fellowship training positions throughout the United States.

Listen to In The Wild on Apple, Spotify, Soundcloud and Google Podcasts.

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Kiara Heffner

Kiara Heffner is a junior communication major and intern for Augusta University's "In The Wild" podcast.

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