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What can Netflix's "Night Stalker" tell us about how we look at serial killers?

Even if you don’t consider yourself a true crime fan, the influx of content about murders, disappearances and serial killers in the past few years has been almost unavoidable.  If you have a Netflix subscription, this is especially true.  Recently, one docuseries has been all over the platform’s suggestions page— "Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer."  Listen in as ASU professors Jason Scott and Michael Walker discuss our obsession with serial killers and how we process their crimes through the media we consume.

Editor's note: Jason Scott is a professor of film and media production, not film and media studies as stated in the audio of this podcast.


Junk Drawer: You are what you eat

Cameron Rubner and Nick Minker talk about student diets on- and off-campus, and the difficulties of eating healthy. This episode was produced alongside the Consumption Issue of State Press Magazine.



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