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KCSU has always been devoted to a mission: showcase the sounds and visions of local, growing artists. This mission of ours is something we try to incorporate into all of our content and it’s made us into a very unique, community-oriented station. And that content has ...

Laurelle Turner

November 12th, 2016

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#1 Donald Trump Rally in Loveland, CO

#1 Donald Trump Rally in Loveland, CO

Back in early October, our News hosts, Oscar Lorandi and Jonathan Simon, had the privilege of covering a rally held for Presidential Candidate, Donald Trump. Enjoy commentary and audio clips from that rally and make sure to check out The Rocky Mountain Review’s ...

Laurelle Turner

November 8th, 2016

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#5: Will Netflix’s New Series Be “Unfortunately” Bad?

#5: Will Netflix’s New Series Be “Unfortunately” Bad?

The “Poppin’ Things Podcast” is brought to you by the Rocky Mountain Collegian. On this episode of the “Poppin’ Things Podcast” Alec, Chapman and Nicole discuss the “Dr. Strange,” A Series of Unfortunate Events, Wonder Woman ...

Laurelle Turner

November 7th, 2016

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#2: Michelle Kwan

#2: Michelle Kwan

Sometime in September, the Rocky Mountain Review got to chat with world champion figure skater and Olympian, Michelle Kwan. Host Oscar Lorandi conducted the interview, below. Michelle Kwan, now a surrogate outreach coordinator for the Hillary Clinton Campaign, spoke about ...

Rocky Mountain Review

November 5th, 2016

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#1: Dr. Joseph Brown for Academic Integrity Week

#1: Dr. Joseph Brown for Academic Integrity Week

Here at CSU, we take Academic Integrity seriously. Being honest is what being a Ram is all about! And to raise awareness, talk about all things honest, and address concerns students may have about academic integrity and dishonesty, our host, Laurelle Turner, sat down with ...

Laurelle Turner

October 26th, 2016

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#2: Dr. Woldezion Mesghinna

#2: Dr. Woldezion Mesghinna

Dr. Woldezion Mesghinna is the President of NRCE, based here in Fort Collins. Due to his origins in Eritrea and personal passions, Dr. Mesghinna has published a book addressing the development of sustainable food security in Sub-Saharan Africa titled, “How Sub-Saharan Africa

Laurelle Turner

October 24th, 2016

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Interview: Hannah Holbrook of SHEL

Interview: Hannah Holbrook of SHEL

At this year’s New West Fest, I finally had the opportunity to see, live, one of my favorite local bands, SHEL. Their performance was one of the few that has stuck with me. It became essential that I interview this talented quartet of sisters. And, back in September, SHEL ...

Laurelle Turner

October 3rd, 2016

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A Night of Storytelling with Blitzen Trapper

A Night of Storytelling with Blitzen Trapper

With the weather cooling down (shortly before the Autumn Equinox), walking in to The Downtown Artery for a Blitzen Trapper show seemed more than appropriate. This rustic folk band is rooted in Portland, Oregon and The Artery was to host one of the many stops on their tour. ...

Meena Rezaei

October 3rd, 2016

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Raven Rundown – Jenny Owen Youngs

Active since: 2005 Discography: 3 Albums Last released material: Sadly she has not released new music since her third album came out in 2012, hopefully she puts something new out soon! Why she’s awesome: Her music is a great mix of sounds, each album feels both very ...

Natalie Pace

October 3rd, 2016

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Sur Ellz on the Loco Localz Show_test

Diversity has now, more than ever, been a hot topic of discussion. With diversity, one can connect nearly every element of a society. Issues regarding diversity in the realm of social justice can tie in with the artistic community, and these connections go on. Many ...

Meena Rezaei

September 21st, 2016

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