This episode from March 23 includes updates on the Boulder and Atlanta shootings, local vaccine distribution, Derek Chauvin’s trial and ASCSU debates.
Ellie Shannon goes over details relating to the ACT Human Rights Film Festival, and Ivy Winfrey covers the shooting at a Boulder King Soopers yesterday. After that, Dixon Lawson updates us on Colorado State University’s athletics, and then you’ll be hearing a conversation between Kota Babcock and Cedric “Jamie” Rutland about vaccine efforts in minority communities.
Then, Jacob Selbe tells us about new updates on Derek Chauvin’s trial for the killing of George Floyd, as well as updates on the shooting of eight people across multiple Atlanta spas. Following that, Babcock speaks to Andrea Willis about Google Job Search tools and gives new information on COVID-19 statistics and the upcoming ASCSU vice-presidential debates happening tonight.
To conclude the show, Babcock gives some updates on technology, and Winfrey informs listeners about how the Dallas police department is discontinuing the use of hypnotism for investigations.