This episode features up and coming hip-hop artists Qbala, Boss Eagle, and Kind Dub as they discuss their most influential artists and producers. Stay tuned for part 2 of this hip-hop series coming this November in honor of hip-hop history month! http://media.blubrry.com/dinner_with_bands/p/media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/DWB_Hip_Hop_part_1_mixdown.mp3Podcast (dinnerwithbands): Play in new window |...Read More
Episode 05: Dr. Christina Walters – What is Seed Banking and Why is it Important in our Food System?
Moving forward into a changing climate, and with our agricultural system being set up in a way that decreases natural diversity, it is extremely important that we have a system in place to preserve our resources. The National Center for Genetic Resource Preservation, also known as NCGRP, does just that. Christina tells us about what originally drew her to the science of seed banking and explains how seeds are actually stored. We were...Read More
On this episode of the Rocky Mountain Review the news team started with local news and sports done by Bjorn Larson. The team went into national and science news by SoGES after the break followed by the Rocky Mountain Music Segment by Seth Bodine. After the break, the team goes into their roundtable discussion on the CSU’s admissions tour that went wrong. They then finished the show with the weather with Gabe Peterson and some...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More