Ellie Shannon discusses changes in campus COVID-19 policy, the potential construction of a new mall, and inauguration day risks. Ivy Winfrey gives information on vaccine updates from Governor Jared Polis and the opening of a new comedy club in Fort Collins. Then, Winfrey speaks to Dr. Ray Black (pictured), a professor of ethnic studies at Colorado State University, about the importance of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy. Following the interview, Kota Babcock gives new information on President-elect Joe Biden’s transition into the White House and the arrest of two participants in the recent Capitol attack. Then, Babcock elaborates on CSU’s new screening plans for COVID-19 and statistics on the virus’ impact. To end the show, Babcock discusses changes in technology and social media trends and conflicts while Winfrey talks sea shanties, car theft, and the closely avoided pigeon execution at the hands of the Australian government.