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The Rocky Mountain Review is a bi-weekly student-run news program, run by KCSU News Directors Gabe Peterson and Julia Battagliese. Catch up on news updates, discussions and interviews with your local news directors, reporters and guests. This week, we had Dr. Joshua Sbicca speak about bias motivated incidents on CSU’s campus in a short interview. In addition, the news team went through some local and national stories like...

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Somewhere below the small cavern of the Aggie Theater, I found myself waiting for Laura Jane Grace and Atom Willard of Against Me! The dim light and cold concrete walls greeted me as I nervously combed over my questions. At last I saw Willard jump down the stairs as Grace followed. Nervously, I greeted them and proceeded with the interview. For so many others like myself, Against Me! is a gateway band. I still have fond memories of...

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Ram Talk: October 16th, 2017


Posted By on Oct 17, 2017

Ram Talk is a LIVE sports show that airs on ROCK 102.9 every Monday night! Each week we take their show and produce a podcast for you to listen to. This week Nick Baker and Bryan Buck discuss CSU football’s narrow win over Nevada at home Saturday, and preview next weeks game with New Mexico! Go Rams! https://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/ia601508.us.archive.org/2/items/RamTalk10.16Mixdown/RamTalk_10.16_mixdown.mp3Podcast...

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The Rocky Mountain Review is a bi-weekly student-run news program, by KCSU News Directors: Gabe Peterson and Julia Battagliese. Catch up on news updates, discussions and interviews with your local news directors, reporters and guests. On today’s podcast, October 12, we discuss another incident involving a Fort Collins police officer making headlines after a controversial video went viral. A Colorado law has been shut down by the...

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Photo by Seth Bodine, Collegian Fort Collins rapper Curci sits down with DJ Mimi during her weekly show, “I Am Not A Rapper”, to perform his songs ” What’ Going On” and “Level Up.” Mimi and Curci talk about artistic freedom, the complexities of the music industry, and robots and rocketships. Are you a local or Colorado-based band? Want to come and hang out with us in-studio? Email us at...

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   Photos by Seth Bodine, Collegian Fort Collins local artist Roy G Biv brings a nostalgic atmosphere to the KCSU studio that evokes the energies of classic eras like the 60s and 70s. Songs such as, “The Kids Just Wanna Dance,” and, “A Jukebox Tune,” exemplify the musician’s personal mission to embody happiness, peace, and color. Are you a local or Colorado-based band? Want to come and hang out with us...

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