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Summary: PhD candidate Tony Vorster describes the environmental pitfalls of Congress’ claim that burning forest products is good for the environment. Credits: Written and narrated by Tony Vorster. Edited and produced by Rod Lammers Reference: http://blog.sustainability.colostate.edu/?q=vorster This episode was originally aired on April 12, 2018....

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In this edition of the Future of Food, we continue the food conversation with another Colorado State University Specialist this time with a special focus on wheat breeding.  Wheat is a global commodity, so common that it is often overlooked. We discuss plant breeding and plant genetics throughout the conversation, yet we tackle this topic from a new perspective. Wheat may not be a hot topic in most social circles, but it very well...

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In honor of Women’s history month,​ ​we have a special guest: DJ Erika Victoria! We kicked Rory out for this female-centered conversation around barriers in the music industry as a female artist, stereotypes, and her inspiring career. Intelligent women, conversations about music and food; this episode of Temp Talks has it all.    ...

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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 06, John sits down with Gaurav Harshe, a Master’s student in the Electrical Engineering department. Gaurav is from...

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Episode 01: Introduction

Episode 01: Introduction


Posted By on Apr 19, 2018

Welcome to the 1st episode of We Believe You: Advocacy, Resources, and Healing around interpersonal trauma. The goal of this podcast is to talk about healing and resources around sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking. In this episode, we are going to be introducing you to the advocacy team (Casey, Marie, and Jessica), going over some definitions and talking about our center’s philosophy. Pretty much, we want you to know...

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The winning group of the Downtown Artery’s Make More Music Battle of the Bands competition stopped into the studio to perform the three songs they wrote together over the course of the event. The band and DJ TBD discussed what it was like to go through the process of creating music with a random grouping of musicians, and with randomly generated song topics. The band ended the session on a improvisational jam, completely live.  ...

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