This episode from November 9 includes information on the CSU Fall Clean Up, Fort Collins Police Services, monitoring blood pressure and more.
Ellie Shannon goes over the Colorado State University Fall Clean Up and discusses a complaint against Fort Collins Police Services for use of force. After that, listeners hear from Dr. Willie Underwood of the American Medical Association and Dr. Willie Lawrence from the American Heart Association about why monitoring blood pressure matters no matter your age.
Kota Babcock tells listeners about the Navy’s decision to name a new ship after a gay rights activist. Then, we hear a sneak peek from the “KCSU Music Podcast’s” most recent episode. After that, Babcock gives new information on the COVID-19 pandemic statistics.
Karsyn Lane tells us about how women are dominating in sports at CSU. To conclude the show, Babcock explains how an Alaskan village recently gained access to high-speed internet.
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