This episode from October 7 includes information on Kick-B/AACC, a new Fort Collins tax exemption, a Horsetooth Stem and Root interview and more.
Ellie Shannon explains updates in Colorado State University campus news with information on CSU enrollment and the Black/African American Cultural Center’s Kick-B/AACC. Then, Ivy Winfrey talks about Fort Collins’ new tax exemption for menstrual products. After that, Eliza Drotar updates listeners on University athletics.
Kota Babcock speaks to the owners of Horsetooth Stem and Root about how owning the shop brought them a community. Then, Babcock tells listeners about changes to the enforcement of Texas’s controversial abortion law. Then, he speaks to Aspen Flores and Sasha Beran-Hughes from College Avenue about their latest edition.
After that, Babcock gives new information on the COVID-19 pandemic at CSU and discusses how a whistleblower claimed Facebook prioritizes profit over safety. To conclude the show, Winfrey announces the winner of Fat Bear Week and Babcock gives a quick five-day weather forecast.