Rocky Mountain Review hosts Ren and Max connect with Vice President for Research at Colorado State University, Dr. Alan Rudolf, about the upcoming Ram Reality event. They discuss virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality and how it impacts students on campus. They explore how mixed reality is currently being used and how it can be used in the future as well as it’s possible misuse.
To view the full episode of the Rocky Mountain Review you can find it under the title: Rocky Mountain Review 10/1: Mixed Reality, Climate Strikes, and Tobacco Bans; A Changing World.
Rocky Mountain Review Hosts, Ren and Max sit down with Haneen in this interview to discuss the Blackface Incident at Colorado State University’s campus where a photo circulated of four white students in black face. Many students, including Haneen, believed the most recent president of CSU, Joyce McConnell’s actions did not address the incident correctly. As a result peaceful protests at both the Presidents first Fall Address and at an ASCSU meeting occurred. Haneen described the details of these protests, the outcomes, and where she hopes to go from now.
To view the full episode of The Rocky Mountain Review you can find it under the title: Haneen Badri, A Denver Disaster, and are you Hungry for Books?
On The Rocky Mountain Review for Thursday, September 26th, Maximos Hunter and Ren Wadsworth talk to former ASCSU senator Haneen Badri about her involvement in #notproudtobe, and last weeks’ protests at ASCSU. After Haneen, newscaster Ivy Winfrey presents the campus news, which includes a story about one very lucky llama! The whole news team discussed the crime situation in Denver, which recently topped a Westward list of the most unsafe places in Colorado. After that, Remy presented her local news. Anne Macdonald, co-chair and director of the Fort Collins Book Festival joins the news team to discuss the upcoming fair on October 18th, themed “Food For Thought”. Afterwards, Max and Ren tell you what day it is today, and what the weather is going to be. It’s another jam-packed episode of the Rocky Mountain Review, and as always you can get in on the action by listening below, or tuning in to 90.5 KCSU at 4 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays.
On this edition of the Rocky mountain Review hosts Ren and Max held a series of interviews live in the studio. Kelly Belknap, a co-founder for Adventurist Backpack Co. kick off the show and explain how their minimalistic backpacks help fight food insecurity at CSU with every purchase. Shortly after, Yerachmiel Gorelik (a Rabbi at CSU’s Chabad Jewish student union, Denise Negrete Peters ( President for Students for Holocaust Awareness) and Allison Ogul (Preseident for Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi, the Jewish Sorority at CSU) discuss the recent Swastika drawn on a wall at Aggie Village, as well as the implications this and other anti-semitic incidents can have. Dixson Lawson and Kota Babcock join the hosts in studio to tackle both sports and local news and Kota offers his insight of the lift on the ban against woman being topless in public.
Today on The Rocky Mountain Review hosts Ren Wadsworth and Maximos Hunter continue their coverage on the photo featuring four CSU students wearing Blackface. Collegian and CTV News Directors Ravyn Cullor and Edgar Cedillo collaborate on coverage by coming on the show and explaining the timeline of the event and the impact it had on students on campus. Ren and Max interviewed students, Deborah Oduro, Josh Oldehoff and Erica LeFehr, about their background and how this has impacted them personally. Bri Hill from Project VOYCE was interviewed about her thoughts as an outsider to the situation and how the Blackface incident can be compared to other college campuses. Ravyn Cullor returned to share her knowledge about CSU’s history of racial discriminatory instances, and how students were involved.
For the full show you can listen below and a live feed is posted on KCSU’s Facebook Page at: https://www.facebook.com/kcsufm/videos/848501642210716/
RMR: Exclusive KCSU Interview with Dr. Will Penman from Princeton: Discussing CSU’s Blackface Incident
Rocky Mountain Review hosts Ren Wadsworth and Maximos Hunter sit down with Princeton Professor Will Penman to discuss the recent blackface incident at CSU, and how to move forward. This is the first part of the RMR’s discussion about the incident, on Thursday Max and Ren will be holding a group discussion with people from around CSU about racism on our campus, as well as a history of racist incidents that have occurred here. To listen to the full episode, you can find it under the title: Dog Training and Racism; A Discussion with Experts.
Rocky Mountain Review Hosts, Maximos Hunter and Ren Wadsworth, welcomed Kota Babcock into the studio again to deliver local news while Dixson Lawson and Joey Nemitz tackled sports. Celebrity Dog Trainer Joel Silverman shared his experience on his Animal Planet television show “Good Dog U” and how college kids can train and better take care of their dogs on a budget. Max and Ren then sat down with a Princeton professor, Dr. Will Penman, to discuss the recent blackface incident at CSU, and how to move forward.
You can find an individual version of the interview under the title: “Exclusive KCSU Interview with Dr. Will Penman from Princeton: Discussing CSU’s Blackface Incident.”
On this episode of the Rocky Mountain Review for Thursday, September 12th, hosts Maximos Hunter and Ren Wadsworth cover a variety of news topics. Starting with local and CSU sports with Dixon Lawson, the Review then moves to an interview with Art Lab’s Siena Dute! After that, Max and Ren present local and campus news, and discuss the recent vaping-related illnesses and deaths taking place in the United States. Finally, as a very special surprise, alumni-reporter Katie Otter joins the show for a quick discussion about illegal finger guns! It’s a great episode, and to check it out you can listen below.
Maximos Hunter and Ren Wadsworth sat down in the studio with Rachel Pastor, founder of the Fort Collins Fitness Festival. With the festival’s second year coming up on September 21st, Rachel dives into the exciting events that will be taking place, including a flash mob and a 5K! To learn more about the fitness festival, you can listen here.
On this episode of the Rocky Mountain Review for 9/10/2019, Max and Ren dive into the $10 Million lawsuit against Rachel Maddow in the first roundtable discussion of the day. After that, they’ve included a re-broadcast about CBD by Katie Otter to preface the following conversation about a new compound: CBG. Max shares his disappointment in the results of the Broncos/Radiers game, and a new newscaster, Jake Seitz, steps up to the mic for the first time!