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Pop, the Question (S2-E13)

Season 2 (2018-19)
“An Apple Conspiracy”

Pop, the Question (S2-­E13) Season 2 (2018­‐2019), Episode 13: “An Apple Conspiracy”

Featured Guest Doug Gerichten (Undergraduate, Computer Engineering, College of Engineering; Honors Program,
Pennoni Honors College, Drexel University)

Host and Producer Melinda Lewis, PhD (Associate Director, Marketing & Media)

Dean Paula Marantz Cohen, PhD (Dean, Pennoni Honors College)

Executive Producer Erica Levi Zelinger (Director, Marketing & Media)

Producer Brian Kantorek (Assistant Director, Marketing & Media)

Research and Script Melinda Lewis, PhD

Audio Engineering and Editing Brian Kantorek

Original Theme Music Brian Kantorek

Graphic Design Emily Anderson

Additional Vocals Julia Wisniewski

Recorded January 29, 2018 in 3034 MacAlister Hall, Marketing & Media, Pennoni Honors College, Drexel University.

Pop, the Question is a production of Marketing & Media in Pennoni Honors College at Drexel University.

Copyright © 2018 Drexel University

Episode Summary

Apples are nature’s candy, as well as a popular motif and metaphor. At their core, they represent original sin, despite the adage that one a day keeps the doctor away; still there’s relatively little consumer information available in the cybersphere about this handy fruit. Host Dr. Melinda Lewis gets to the root of the matter—and even holds a taste test—with apple aficionado and Drexel University Computer Engineering undergraduate Doug Gerichten.

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