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The Rocky Mountain Review 9/19 Racism at CSU: A Discussion With Students and Experts

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The Rocky Mountain Review 9/19  Racism at CSU: A Discussion With Students and Experts

Today on The Rocky Mountain Review hosts Ren Wadsworth and Maximos Hunter continue their coverage on the photo featuring four CSU students wearing Blackface. Collegian and CTV News Directors Ravyn Cullor and Edgar Cedillo collaborate on coverage by coming on the show and explaining the timeline of the event and the impact it had on students on campus. Ren and Max interviewed students, Deborah Oduro, Josh Oldehoff and Erica LeFehr, about their background and how this has impacted them personally. Bri Hill from Project VOYCE was interviewed...

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Exclusive KCSU Interview with Dr. Will Penman from Princeton: Discussing CSU’s Blackface Incident

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Exclusive KCSU Interview with Dr. Will Penman from Princeton: Discussing CSU’s Blackface Incident

Rocky Mountain Review hosts Ren Wadsworth and Maximos Hunter sit down with Princeton Professor Will Penman to discuss the recent blackface incident at CSU, and how to move forward. This is the first part of the RMR’s discussion about the incident, on Thursday Max and Ren will be holding a group discussion with people from around CSU about racism on our campus, as well as a history of racist incidents that have occurred here. To listen to the full episode, you can find it under the title: Dog Training and Racism; A Discussion with...

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Dog Training And Racism; A Discussion With Experts.

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Dog Training And Racism; A Discussion With Experts.

Rocky Mountain Review Hosts, Maximos Hunter and Ren Wadsworth, welcomed Kota Babcock into the studio again to deliver local news while Dixson Lawson and Joey Nemitz tackled sports. Celebrity Dog Trainer Joel Silverman shared his experience on his Animal Planet television show “Good Dog U” and how college kids can train and better take care of their dogs on a budget. Max and Ren then sat down with a Princeton professor, Dr. Will Penman, to discuss the recent blackface incident at CSU, and how to move forward. You can find an...

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Live In-Studio: Fat Stallion

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Live In-Studio: Fat Stallion

Another week, another in-studio. Last week featured Fat Stallion, an experimental rock group which recently delved into the realm of hip-hop and folk. By recently, I mean a few months ago as they’ve already released two unique albums this year. We discussed their sporadic change in style, and more during the session. http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/Live_In-Studio_w_Fat_Stallion.mp3Podcast (kcsu-live): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android |...

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Jessica Boudreaux of Summer Cannibals Talks Fly Fishing, Noodles and…Cannibalism?

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Jessica Boudreaux of Summer Cannibals Talks Fly Fishing, Noodles and…Cannibalism?

Before performing at the Downtown Artery the night of September 12, I had the chance to chat with Jessica Boudreaux of the rock band, Summer Cannibals. Listen to or read our conversation below:   J: This is Jessica Boudreaux of Summer Cannibals, a band from Portland (Oregon). M: Cool, and then, I was wondering where did you get the idea for your band name? Because I heard it and I was like… it’s a little strange. I like it, but it’s strange. J: (laughing) It’s the name of a Patti Smith song. I’m, like, a huge...

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Rocky Mountain Review 9/5: Fitness Festival Fun, a New CSU Sports Center, and the Fire in Horsetooth!

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Rocky Mountain Review 9/5: Fitness Festival Fun, a New CSU Sports Center, and the Fire in Horsetooth!

On this edition of the Rocky Mountain review hosts, Ren Wadsworth and Maximos Hunter, covered both local and camps news with their newest local reporters Remy Kullor and Daniel Chavez. The review staff tackled topics that impact students on CSU’s campus such as the new indoor sports center, Joyce McConnell’s Fall address, and the forest fire at Horsetooth Reservoir. Rachel Pastor was interviewed Live in Studio about the second year of the Fort Collins Fitness Festival and how listeners can be involved.The Rocky Mountain Review also touched on...

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Art Lab, Vaping and Illegal Finger Guns

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Art Lab, Vaping and Illegal Finger Guns

On this episode of the Rocky Mountain Review for Thursday, September 12th, hosts Maximos Hunter and Ren Wadsworth cover a variety of news topics. Starting with local and CSU sports with Dixon Lawson, the Review then moves to an interview with Art Lab’s Siena Dute! After that, Max and Ren present local and campus news, and discuss the recent vaping-related illnesses and deaths taking place in the United States. Finally, as a very special surprise, alumni-reporter Katie Otter joins the show for a quick discussion about illegal finger...

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Rocky Mountain Review: Exclusive Fitness Festival Interview!

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Rocky Mountain Review: Exclusive Fitness Festival Interview!

Maximos Hunter and Ren Wadsworth sat down in the studio with Rachel Pastor, founder of the Fort Collins Fitness Festival. With the festival’s second year coming up on September 21st, Rachel dives into the exciting events that will be taking place, including a flash mob and a 5K! To learn more about the fitness festival, you can listen here. Podcast (kcsu-sports): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android |...

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Where to get a Friday the 13th tattoo in Fort Collins

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Where to get a Friday the 13th tattoo in Fort Collins

By Max Hunter It’s almost the spookiest, non-Halloween day of the year, isn’t actually every year: Friday the 13th! For those souls brave enough to celebrate, there are a few tattoo shops in Fort Collins getting in on the fun with special deals! Here’s a list of all the shops doing a Friday the 13th event: Black Atlas Tattoo Address: 634 S Mason St Google rating: 4.7/5 stars Small Mountain Tattoo 218 Linden St #2424 Google rating: 5/5 stars Extra info: custom designs Story of My Life 103 E Laurel St Google rating: 4.4/5 stars Self-Ink-Flicted...

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KCSU take on CSU Football’s bounces back over Western Illinois

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KCSU take on CSU Football’s bounces back over Western Illinois

On September 7th, the Colorado State Rams took on the Western Illinois Leathernecks at Canvas Stadium in Fort Collins, Colorado. The Rams took this game 38-13 and returned to .500, now sitting at 1-1 on the season. KCSU’s own Nick Baker and Dixon Lawson were in attendance and they had some thoughts on the way the Rams’ offense and defense performed. The Offensive Engine Keeps Running Into Week Two By Dixon Lawson  It was clear from the first play that Colorado State’s offense, led by junior Colin Hill, was going to dominate against Western...

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