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Local Arts and Music Shine in 10th Anniversary of FoCoMX

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Local Arts and Music Shine in 10th Anniversary of FoCoMX

Article by Emma Holt 3/30/18 Sunshine, brews, good tunes, and a little bit of magic: this is what FoCoMX is all about. This past Friday and Saturday the community of Fort Collins welcomed over 1,000 musicians, artists and friends of all ages for the 10th Anniversary of FoCoMX, Fort Collins’ premiere spring music festival. Put on by the Fort Collins Music Association (FoCoMA) and Odell Brewing, with help from sponsors such as CSU, the Bohemian Foundation and 105.5 The Colorado Sound, FoCoMX 10 included a wide array of venues and genres for...

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Episode 04: Nathan Shaw of Vindeket Foods

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Episode 04: Nathan Shaw of Vindeket Foods

In this episode of the Future of Food we bring the conversation to Nathan Shaw, an activist from here in Fort Collins who addresses food security from a much more social perspective. Although we focus on his involvement here within the local community, most of the social aspects we cover can be applied across the world. That being said, we spent most of the conversation discussing the minutiae of Vindeket Foods, which a local non-profit Nathan is responsible for founding. It was great to see just how influential a community initiative could...

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Dirty Talk: Love and Feminist Romance

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Dirty Talk: Love and Feminist Romance

On this episode of Dirty Talk, Chapman and Tati talk about heteronormativity and the patriarchy that it ties into with special guest Zelle.   Questions? Comments? Email CCroskell@Collegian.com. Or find Chapman and Tati on Twitter: @Nescwick and @TatianaSophiaPT.   Sources for this episode: Renata Grossi – Feminist Critiques of Love http://www.thefeministwire.com/2013/09/feminist-critiques-of-love/ Bell Hooks – All About Love https://mijente.net/2017/05/02/all_about_love/ Music produced by Joshua Horner....

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KCSU Interviews: Andy Steves

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KCSU Interviews: Andy Steves

Andy Steves is known as the travel guru for this generation. He is the founder of Weekend Student Adventure and has recently published Europe: City Hopping on a Budget. With Summer swiftly approaching, you won’t want to miss this exclusive travel advice and insight on his new book.   You can listen to his travel podcasts here: https://andysteves.com/podcast/ And learn more about Weekend Student Adventure and his book at: http://www.wsaeurope.com/ http://www.wsaeurope.com/about/cityhoppingonabudget  ...

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The Tallest Man on Earth: Hiatus Breaker in Fort Collins

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The Tallest Man on Earth: Hiatus Breaker in Fort Collins

Swedish singer-songwriter dances, squats, and woo’s the crowd at the new Washington’s in Fort Collins. “I don’t think there could be a better place to come back,” announced Kristian Matsson, a man also known by his stage name, The Tallest Man on Earth. A lone, inebriated girl from the back expelled, “welcome back” and what a welcome back it was. After a two year touring hiatus, Kristian Matsson surprised the crowd with a performance of unreleased singles, oldies, and songs from his last full length record, Dark Bird Is Home. Unsure of what...

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Episode 13: Robert Griffin-Nolan on Grassland Droughts

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Episode 13: Robert Griffin-Nolan on Grassland Droughts

Summary: An interview with PhD candidate, Robert Griffin-Nolan, from the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology. Robert discusses grassland resilience to extreme drought in the Great Plains as well as other drought experiments ongoing at CSU. Credits: Written and narrated by Robert Griffin-Nolan and Erika Foster. Edited and produced by Erika Foster References: Knapp, A. K., Carroll, C. J., Denton, E. M., La Pierre, K. J., Collins, S. L., & Smith, M. D. (2015). Differential sensitivity to regional-scale drought in six central US...

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S02 Episode 9: Jedi vs Sith: Lessons in Masculinities

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S02 Episode 9: Jedi vs Sith: Lessons in Masculinities

Join Jake and Carl as they infuse criticisms of masculinities in the philosophies of the Jedi and the Sith. Additionally, they start to make connections to broader systems of oppression in real life through some of the dynamics of the light and dark sides of the force. They talk about how just because you think you’re a good person, doesn’t mean you don’t cause harm. Constantly self-reflecting and critically consuming media is a great way for men to exercise social justice....

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S02 Episode 08: Star Wars and Masculinities

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S02 Episode 08: Star Wars and Masculinities

Join Jake and Carl as they discuss how masculinities show up in the Star Wars trilogy. An enormous cultural phenomenon like Star Wars warrants deeper discussion about the messages we receive from these characters. Jake and Carl are joined by Mitch, a self-identified Star Wars geek-nerd and has worked within the field of men and masculinities for about 10 years. Be prepared to take a deeper dive into the Skywalker story arc as Mitch, Jake, and Carl exercise social justice through critical consumption of movies and media....

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Episode 03: Dr. Garry Auld – Insight into Human Nutrition and our Current Food System

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Episode 03: Dr. Garry Auld – Insight into Human Nutrition and our Current Food System

We all learnt about human nutrition early on in school years, but it is always good to revisit old knowledge and see how the science has changed. We wanted to learn more about some of the common human ailments related to food and its consumption, whether it be lack of access to sufficient food, or even its overconsumption, we brought in an expert from CSU’s Food Science and Human Nutrition department to discuss these and other issues with us. Our third podcast guest Garry, shares wisdom on the current state of malnutrition and undernutrition,...

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Rocky Mountain Review: April 24, 2018

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Rocky Mountain Review: April 24, 2018

On this episode of the Rocky Mountain Review the news team started with an interview with author Andy Steves on his Europe: City Hopping on a Budget. Then they returned with local news and sports done by Gabe Peterson. The team went into national and global news after the break followed by the Rocky Mountain Music Segment by DJ Danish. After the break, the team goes into their weed segment done by Dylan Simonson. They then finished the show with the weather with Gabe Peterson.​...

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