Domestic violence increases at CSU, new COVID-19 variant emerges

Domestic violence increases at CSU, new COVID-19 variant emerges

This episode from November 30 includes information on CSU domestic violence increase, the Theranos trial and the omicron COVID-19 variant.

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Ellie Shannon updates listeners on new members of the Associated Students of Colorado State University. Shannon later describes how domestic violence is increasing at CSU. Then, Kota Babcock updates listeners on a new COVID-19 variant. Then, listeners hear an episode of “Painting the Corners with Anton Schindler” about short-lived baseball teams.

Babcock then tells listeners about how prosecutors are appealing the verdict which resulted in Bill Cosby being freed. After that, Eliza Drotar tells listeners about what’s happening in CSU athletics and Mountain West volleyball. Then, Erin Fuller and Naomi Hillmer interview local band Radio Fluke about its work.

Babcock explains how Theranos’ former CEO alleges that her former romantic and business partner abused her, leading to the company’s downfall. To conclude the show, Portia Cook explains how invertebrates gained new rights in the United Kingdom.

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