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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 her diplomatic efforts surrounding the United States presidential election. Kwan continues on to talk about how her athletic career helped shape her life as a...

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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 can Achieve Food Security”.  Often, we find ourselves in the midst of life riddled with whether or not our sports team will win, whether or not our crush will...

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This is your weekly news roundup for the week of May 11th-15th, 2015. Just two weeks after a 7.6-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal, another struck eastern Nepal this week. At least another 48 people died in the second quake, adding to the already-devastating death total of 8,000 who died in the first earthquake. Relief helicopters are travelling to the hardest-hit areas. One such U.S. helicopter was reported missing on Tuesday. 8 people...

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This is your weekly news roundup for the week of May 4th – May 8th, 2015. Mars, the company which is responsible for M&Ms, Snickers, and Twix, is encouraging less sugar intake. Despite being one of the biggest candy companies in the world, in the announcement Friday Mars said it supports government recommended sugar intakes. Those recommendations would be that consumers sugar intake should make up no more than 10% of their...

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This is your weekly news roundup for the week of April 27 – May 1. Recovery efforts are still underway after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake devastated much of Nepal Saturday. Over 6,000 people were killed and almost 14,000 more were injured in the quake. The United Nations called for $415 million in assistance for Nepal Wednesday and said earlier today that it has received less than 2% of that funding. Protests have taken place as a...

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2016 Elections shaping up

2016 Elections shaping up


Posted By on Apr 17, 2015

The 2016 Presidential elections are beginning to shape up as candidates are stepping up and announcing their campaign for party nominations. The first came from the Republican party, as Senator Ted Cruz from Texas announced through social media his running for the President of the United States in the 2016 Republican primaries on March 23rd. Senator Ted Cruz embodies a lot of the Tea Party’s philosophy, which is an extreme side...

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