This episode from August 31 includes information on Facebook Campus, the EU’s recommendations for U.S. citizen travel, hurricane Ida and more.
Ellie Shannon explains that Colorado State University now offers a map of all gender neutral bathrooms on campus, and Ivy Winfrey discusses the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic and how it’s hitting Larimer County. After that, Eliza Drotar delivers updates on CSU’s athletics, and then you’ll hear a conversation between Facebook spokesperson Kaylee Susser and Kota Babcock about the new Facebook Campus platform for college and university students.
Then, Babcock talks about the European Union’s new recommendations around allowing U.S. citizens in for travel, as well as how natural disasters are impacting the United States. After that, we hear from department of communication studies chair Greg Dickinson and assistant professor of communication studies Morgan Johnson about Johnson’s studies in racial injustice through KCSU’s “Speaking Well” podcast.
After that, Babcock gives new information on the COVID-19 pandemic. To conclude the show, Babcock explains how two infamous silicon valley startup founders are preparing for fraud charges in court, and Winfrey discusses how a new island was discovered.