This episode from March 25 includes updates on the stabbing at University Village, changes in the COVID-19 restriction dial, U.S. refugee program and more.
Ellie Shannon gives information on the stabbing in University Village neighborhood, and Ivy Winfrey discusses how the changes to the COVID-19 restriction dial will lower restrictions on businesses. After that, Dixon Lawson goes over upcoming events for Colorado State University athletics, and then listeners tune in to a continued discussion between Kota Babcock and Chris LaBelle from CSU Extended Campus about tech boot camps in partnership with Fullstack Academy.
Then Babcock tells listeners about struggles faced by the US refugee program’s partners and gives a new update on the AstraZeneca vaccine. Following that, “Takes From The Anthropocene” hosts discuss climate change-caused displacement and its implications for the future. After that, Babcock discusses new COVID-19 statistics and how tech companies might face responsibility for the spread of misinformation.
To finish up the show, Winfrey explains how Australian lawmakers believed action figurines to cause “psychological harm.”