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NISP – PROS

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Welcome to From the Tap, a podcast where we talk about that substance that comes straight from your tap, water! In this episode we are doing a phone interview with Brian Werner, Public Information Officer for Northern Water. Northern Water is the first and largest water conservancy district created back in 1937, responsible for building Horsetooth Reservoir and charged with planning for and supplying the water supply for future generations here in Northern Colorado. We will learn about the history of water supply projects within Colorado and...

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NISP – CONS

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NISP – CONS

Welcome to From the Tap, a podcast where we talk about that substance that comes straight from your tap, water! In this episode we’re talking with Mark Easter, who is a Board Chair for and co-founder of the Save the Poudre Organization as well as a plant ecologist here at Colorado State University. Mark will tell us about the threats the NISP project poses to the Cache La Poudre River, from the point of view of Save the Poudre, and what we can do as citizens within our communities to conserve water and avoid needing to build another...

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Rocky Mountain Review September 25, 2018

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Rocky Mountain Review September 25, 2018

Emily Mashak and Joe Leighton host the weekly Rocky Mountain Review where they discuss local and national stories accompanied by a variety of interview guests and reporters.   Emily Mashak and Joe Leighton of the RMR interview celebrity chef and host of Farmhouse Rules, Nancy Fuller. After the interview, the RMR crew jumps into local news discussing elk poaching in Colorado and an ACLU letter addressed to the Fort Collins Police Department. Following local the crew jumps into national news discussing a teenager who managed to survive stranded...

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Rocky Mountain Review September 20, 2018

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Rocky Mountain Review September 20, 2018

Emily Mashak and Joe Leighton host the weekly Rocky Mountain Review where they discuss local and national stories accompanied by a variety of interview guests and reporters. Joe Leighton and Emily Mashak of the RMR have an exclusive interview with Monica White and Dr. Heather Szerlong regarding Tick Awareness in Fort Collins. Following the interview they discuss local news regarding the man who drowned in Horsetooth reservoir and the U + 2 rule. In national news they discuss the Tesla investigation as well as a Hurricane Florence update. The...

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S01 Episode 01: Power House Energy Campus

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S01 Episode 01: Power House Energy Campus

On this episode, we sit down with Shane Garland & Derek Young, both grad students in Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University. Shane and Derek both currently work with the ITS Labs, over at CSU’s Powerhouse Energy Campus, where they’re working on an Ultra-Efficient Turbo-Compression Cooling System, both Shane and Derek work with their team to develop a thermally powered supplemental cooling system for thermoelectric power plants that will enable dry cooling....

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FCS Illinois State Redbirds fly past CSU (35-19)

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FCS Illinois State Redbirds fly past CSU (35-19)

Running Back Marvin Kinsey Jr after scoring 14-yard catching touchdown September 22. By: Ray McGowan   If you have been watching Colorado State football for the last couple of games, you start to understand their strengths, their weaknesses, and how they will do against their next opponent. For this game, everyone wanted to believe that CSU could come out on top against their FCS opponent, the Illinois State Redbirds. The end result was about what many of us have expected out of the Rams, disappointing. CSU came off an embarrassing loss...

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Rocky Mountain Review September 13, 2018

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Rocky Mountain Review September 13, 2018

Emily Mashak and Joe Leighton host the weekly Rocky Mountain Review where they discuss local and national stories accompanied by a variety of interview guests and reporters. On this Episode of the Rocky Mountain Review, JD Leighton and Emily Mashak cover an increase in STDs across CSU students, as well as the FDA vowing to crackdown on e-cigarettes. Special segments include: a Mac Miller memorial, addiction PSA from Podcast Director Cheyenne Duba, and a music segment in the Kooks latest album by Ave Martin and Monty Daniels....

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Video: Disturbance Happens In-Studio

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Video: Disturbance Happens In-Studio

Disturbance Happens visits us in-studio to perform their songs “On My Own,” “Sedated,” and “Work In-Progress,” live on KCSU FM. Local blues band, Disturbance Happens, are a fairly new band to jump into the Fort Collins scene with members consisting of students from Colorado State University. Check out the full in-studio and interview podcast at: https://tinyurl.com/y7f2ejku/ Filmed by Sam Bulkley: September 5th, 2018 in the KCSU Studio Find the band: https://tinyurl.com/yb6368ct Subscribe to KCSU FM:...

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Rocky Mountain Review September 18, 2018

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Rocky Mountain Review September 18, 2018

Emily Mashak and Joe Leighton host the weekly Rocky Mountain Review where they discuss local and national stories accompanied by a variety of interview guests and reporters. On this episode of the Rocky Mountain Review, JD Leighton and Emily Mashak give an update on the Seaman Canyon fire as well as cover controversy over the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Special segments include a sports update with McGowan and an interview with Fort Collins’ Social Sustainability Department Director Beth Sowder....

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Beats Antique at the Aggie

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Beats Antique at the Aggie

By: Hen Benerman Sick Beats and Belly Dancing. A bit unusual for the uninitiated, but for fans of Beats Antique, its all part of the draw. On September 14, 2018, the Oakland-born experimental electronic fusion group graced the Aggie Theater with their singularly carnivalesque style. They were also supported by the surprisingly impressive Bassline Drift; all of which came together to make a truly awesome show. While I have admired Beats Antique from afar for some years now, this was my first chance to see them perform live in concert. If you...

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