Ep. 12 – Alec Shuman: A Millennial Elegantly Handling Significant Life Changes

Alec Shuman sits down with Joe and talks about his unique Millennial Life.  Alec talks about how he is currently attending college for a fifth year and what his goals for his last year are.  He also talks about his parents’ recent separation, how that initially affected him and what his thoughts on it now are.  He also talks about how that has resulted in his family selling his childhood home.  Alec also tells Joe about his relationship with his girlfriend and offers advice for maintaining a successful relationship.  Alec also shares stories about his time abroad in Rome.  Lastly, Alec offers his hopes for the future.

Ep. 11 – Kyle Veltre: A Millennial Who’s Adolescent Medical Incident Motivated His Medical-Science Interests

Kyle Veltre sits down with Joe and talks about his unique Millennial life.  Kyle is one of Joe’s closest friends and they talk about how they share a lot of the same anxieties in life about growing up, commitment and marriage.  Kyle talks about why he is interested in health science and pursuing a career in physical therapy.  He explains how he experienced a bad eye injury at a young age and how that may have unconsciously inspired him to pursue health science. Kyle also shares interesting stories from working at a hospital this past summer. Finally, Kyle talks about how he is going back to graduate school for physical therapy and what his hopes for the future are.

Ep. 10 – Mostafa Elhaggar returns for “What’s ISIS’s and Everyone Else’s Deal?”

Mostafa Elhaggar returns to That Millennial Life to talk to Joe about his opinion on the actions of ISIS in Paris, France that took place on November 13, 2015.  He also shares his opinion on the way in which the public has responded.

Ep. 9 – Tim Mallach: A Millennial Who’s Ever-Changing College Experience Prepared Him for Independence

Tim Mallach sits down with Joe and talks about his unique Millennial Life.  Tim talks about how he’s coping with being a recent college graduate and moving to a new city to start a job after living with his family for one last summer.  He then talks about growing up in Queens, NY and how growing up in the city had an affect on his interest in other geographical locations.  Tim then offers why he chose to attend Quinnipiac and how he initially wanted to transfer during his freshmen year.  He then graciously talks about how his mom passed away at the end of his freshmen year of college.  He talks about how that affected his mindset moving forward, his relationship with the rest of his family and his drive to make the best out of college.  He then describes how thankful he was for having mentors in college and why that inspired him to do the same for younger college students.  Lastly, Tim offers his aspirations and hopes for the future.

Ep. 8 – Jonny Atkin: A Millennial Ready & Enthusiastic for an Unknown Future

Jonny Atkin sits down with Joe and talks about his unique Millennial Life.  Jonny discusses with Joe how he’s dealing with being in his senior year of college by having the mindset of not worrying too much about the future.  He then talks about growing up in Boston, how the individualistic culture of Boston affected him and about the general mythos of Boston.  He talks about how his outlook on life has changed since college, including his relationship with his family and his girlfriend.  He also shares how he’s dealt with recent changes in his life, including his parents informing him that they were getting divorced and his brother moving to Los Angeles.  He also talks about giving a speech to the freshmen class because of his role as student body president, what his preparation was and the message he tried to convey. Lastly, he offers his hopes and plans for the future.

Ep. 7 – Adam Melchor: A Millennial Americana-Musician Selected for ‘The Voice’ Blind Auditions

Adam Melchor sits down with Joe and talks about his unique Millennial Life.  Adam is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter making strides in the business.  Adam talks to Joe about recently being on NBC’s The Voice, what the audition process was like, what the coaches said after not turning their chairs, how not getting chosen affected him, and what he learned from the experience.  Adam then recalls what it was like growing up in family where music was a way of life.  He then talks about how being classically trained in vocal performance in college helped him.  He then talks about the trajectory of his career thus far, the evolution of him playing different gigs and offers advice to aspiring musical artists who don’t know how to start the process.  He then shares his plans to soon record an album, how he’s not afraid of failure, and his other hopes for the future.  Also, after the interview Adam performs a song he wrote called ‘Millennial Blues.’