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Episode 04: Peace Treaties and the Environment

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Episode 04: Peace Treaties and the Environment

Summary: Why are peace treaties and post conflict policies so important for environmental sustainability around the globe? Because it brings opportunities to repair the environmental damage and rethink a country’s development. Credits: Written, narrated and produced by Carolina Gutierrez References:  https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/the-press-office/2016/08/25/statement-president-colombia-peace-agreement http://www.eltiempo.com/archivo/documento/CMS-16658796...

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Episode 05: Conflict zones creating accidental parks.

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Episode 05: Conflict zones creating accidental parks.

Summary: Heavily militarized borders split countries that have long been at odds. While these areas might be hazardous to humans, they can allow nature to thrive. We look at two such examples – the DMZ separating North and South Korea and the former border between communist East Germany and democratic West Germany. Conserving these areas may also be a way to diffuse tension and bring about peace. This episode was aired on February 22, 2018. Credits: Written, narrated, and produced by Rod Lammers References:...

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Episode 06: Climate migrants: Humans, and tigers, and bears, oh my!

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Episode 06: Climate migrants: Humans, and tigers, and bears, oh my!

Summary: Climate change is not an imminent threat, species around the globe are experiencing its impacts already. Human refugees, polars bears, and tigers are all fighting for their lives due to this rapidly warming world. In response to climate change, migration can be a last remaining option that many species, including humans, must take. This episode was aired on March 1, 2018. Credits: Written and narrated by Rekha Warrier. Produced and edited by Erika Foster. References:...

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Rocky Mountain Review: March 6, 2018

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Rocky Mountain Review: March 6, 2018

On this episode of the Rocky Mountain Review the news team interviewed Dr. Jon Geller about the Street Dog Coalition. After a quick break they went into sports and local news with a special interview done by Ravyn Cullor with CSUPD Chief Scott Harris. Later they talk about national news and the Rocky Mountain Music Segment by local music director Haley Justino. Following a quick break they return with a quick conversation about Italy and their place in the EU, then they finished up with the best segment, weather.  ​...

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Episode 03 – Raghda (Egypt)

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Episode 03 – Raghda (Egypt)

Episode 03 – Raghda (Egypt) International Voices is a podcast that shares the perspectives and experiences of international students studying at Colorado State University. In each episode, tune in to hear a different take on cross-cultural challenges, lessons we can learn from one another and foods from around the world you should try. In Episode 03, John chats with Raghda El Deeb, a Master’s student in the Student Affairs in Higher Education program. Raghda is from Cairo, Egypt and is really involved here on CSU’s campus. Listen in to hear...

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S02 Episode 3: What’s in a name?

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S02 Episode 3: What’s in a name?

Join Jake and Carl as they outline some things to think about when showing up in social justice spaces. They talk about some of the do’s and don’ts from their experience, and why it’s important for men to show up in critical and humble ways. Joining them is Angelica Murray, the primary organizer for the Feminist Thought & Activism Conference, to talk about an event that is perfect for men to work on what Jake and Carl talk about! Showing up, learning, and contributing are valuable skills to learn for men who want to exercise social...

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S02 Episode 2: Showing up to social justice places can be scary.

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S02 Episode 2: Showing up to social justice places can be scary.

Join Jake and Carl as they outline some things to think about when showing up in social justice spaces. They talk about some of the do’s and don’ts from their experience, and why it’s important for men to show up in critical and humble ways. Joining them is Angelica Murray, the primary organizer for the Feminist Thought & Activism Conference, to talk about an event that is perfect for men to work on what Jake and Carl talk about! Showing up, learning, and contributing are valuable skills to learn for men who want to exercise social...

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Rocky Mountain Review: March 8, 2018

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Rocky Mountain Review: March 8, 2018

On this episode of the Rocky Mountain Review the news team interviewed Dr. Valerie Johnson about stem cell research and her work on a 32-year-old polar bear. After a quick break they went into local news with a special interview done by Ravyn Cullor with candidate for governor, Mike Johnston (D) followed by sports. Later they discussed national news and the science segment with SoGES. The Rocky Mountain Music Segment was then done by Julia Battagliese on Brick + Mortar and then closing with everyone’s favorite segment, weather. ​...

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Talk it Out: Religion

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Talk it Out: Religion

Talk It Out is a podcast where Mia Sawaya discusses a topic, like feminism or religion, through music. Each episode, she discusses around three songs that bring up different aspects of the topic. Herself and a guest will form their conversation on the topic around the lyrics of the songs. Hopefully anyone listening will realize how influential good music can be, and the importance of embracing different viewpoints. Enjoy the music and conversations! In this episode, I use songs to bring up certain aspects of the modern view of religion. We...

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Talk It Out: Feminism

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Talk It Out: Feminism

Talk It Out is a podcast where Mia Sawaya discusses a topic, like feminism or religion, through music. Each episode, she discusses around three songs that bring up different aspects of the topic. Herself and a guest will form their conversation on the topic around the lyrics of the songs. Hopefully anyone listening will realize how influential good music can be, and the importance of embracing different viewpoints. Enjoy the music and conversations! In this episode, I use songs to discuss different aspects of feminism. We discuss sexual...

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