Medley Mix: Fall 2019

By Medley Editors


Between Two Ferns: The Movie
Zach Galifianakis stars in this comedy where he travels across the nation to interview celebrities with rude questions. -Yzzy 

Big Mouth
This Netflix show navigates all the cringey moments that happen as pre-teens move through middle school and puberty. The hormone monsters give the show an almost Lizzie McGuire feel, but the elaborate and oftentimes raunchy storylines elevate the show to an immature level of comedy you can’t help but laugh at. -Andrea

Bon Appetit Test Kitchen’s Gourmet Makes
It’s a fun light-hearted series where a professional chef attempts to make gourmet versions of your favorite snacks. -Sophie


Toni Morrison’s novel is a compelling read filled with magical realism, thought-provoking themes, and characters you won’t forget. -Micah 

The Girl Who Smiled Beads: A Story of War and What Comes After
Clemantine Wamariya and Elizabeth Weil, her co-author, tell the story of how Wamariya went from living in Rwanda to fleeing during the 1994 genocide, then moving through six African countries before living in the United States. I couldn’t put this book down, and it had me thinking long after I had finished it. -Hannah


The 1619 Audio Series
I’ve been learning so much about how slavery in the U.S. still affects our society today. -Nhari

Second Life Podcast
Hillary Kerr, the co-founder of Who What Wear, speaks with women who made career changes at different ages. There are over 90 episodes featuring women in various roles from entrepreneurs and fashion designers to actresses and restaurateurs. -Hannah

-Ugh, Those Feels Again 
Snoh Aalegra popped off on this album, and it’s perfect for this gray, moody weather we’re settling into. -Nhari

No Vacation’s newest EP, which brings me back to high school when I used to skip class and hang out with my friends at the Chinese restaurant across the street. -Micah


If you’re also someone who DMs yourself long reads for later, try Pocket. The app serves as a bookmark so that posts you see on social media can all be filtered to a single spot. -Andrea

Done: A Simple Habit Tracker
A tracker app where you can track your daily habits. Plus, it has a soothing, minimalist design. -Sophie

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