Milo Gladstein | The Collegian
This episode from January 18 goes over the community and University’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance, COVID-19 information, an antisemitic hate crime and more.
Ellie Shannon goes over updates in Colorado State University campus news. Then, she describes how police arrested a man after a pursuit at Mulberry St. and I-25. Kota Babcock moves on to explain new updates in the COVID-19 pandemic. Then, Portia Cook reports on Monday’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in Fort Collins. After that, Babcock updates listeners on congregants held hostage at a Texas synagogue. Listeners hear from Anton Schindler about the National League West in his podcast, “Painting the Corners with Anton Schindler.”
After that, Eliza Drotar gives an overview on CSU athletics, and we hear from Karsyn Lane in her podcast, “Play Like a Girl.” To conclude today’s show, Babcock explains some updates on technology with information on national digital currency and Twitter’s moves to prevent the spread of misinformation.
To watch the full Fort Collins Martin Luther King Jr. Day event, click here.
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