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From local favorites like Post Paradise to national headliners like The Head and The Heart, each week 90.5 KCSU highlights our student hosts interview and chat with musicians, artists, and performers.
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There are interviews and then there are KCSU Music's Live, In-Studio interviews. 90.5 KCSU Fort Collins brings local bands come to hang out with our DJs, talk with us on-air, and play us some of their music. Enjoy!
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October 11th is "Coming Into Queerness" day, otherwise known as "National Coming Out" day, and CSU's Pride Resource Center is celebrating by coupling with KCSU's podcast department. DJ EJ, host of "Slouch Couch" Tuesdays 9-11am, interviews mentors and other people involved at the PRC about their experiences being a part of the LGBTQ+ community and what their identity means to them.
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on how CSU is helping PSD teens' mental health amid a therapist shortage, the first confirmed case in 2024 of animal rabies found in a bat in Larimer County, and a deep dive into Monday's student-led protest on the Lory Student Center Plaza. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel an…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on pro-Palestinian crowd commentary pausing an on-campus, democracy-themed event, the ongoing investigation of a Fort Collins bank robbery, and how a new CEO might soon run TikTok to avoid a ban from the US. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thanks…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on CSU offering a new Taylor Swift class called Spanish for Swifties, Coloradans' recently-granted access to a new heart condition treatment after Loveland doctors conducted the first procedure, and an inside look at a local bar and lounge. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on the end of a controversial roommate limit, an update to statewide privacy protections that got its footing first in Fort Collins with a local lawmaker, and a recap of the 2024 CSU Drag Show: Mother Earth. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thanks…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on legal challenges over CSU's handling of an animal mistreatment investigation, how Larimer County's beer culture landed it on a new list, and an uptick of reported crime across US colleges and universities. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. About the Roc…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on the possibility of higher tuition getting ASCSU's attention, a higher-than-recommended level of "forever chemicals" in some Colorado public water systems, and a new plan to address Denver's migrant crisis. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thank…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on CSU researchers predicting a busier-than-usual Atlantic storm season, a wind storm that cut power for thousands in Larimer County, and a look back at the return of KCSU's punk rock festival featuring interviews with the people who made the music possible. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on the student government election races coming to a close, a closely watched city council meeting, and a proposed bill that would regulate a controversial police restraint move in Colorado. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thanks to Kaleb Allen a…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on the reopening of an LSC restaurant, wildfire risk reduction efforts in Larimer County, and humanitarian aid groups questioning worker safety in Gaza after a strike kills seven World Central Kitchen Workers. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. About the Ro…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on a new CSU commencement format, how the community can weigh in on a key local water choice, and the five-day festival showcasing filmmakers' experiences from around the globe. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thanks to Austin Martin and Kaleb Al…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on the return of a ski contest after a 15 year hiatus, a proposed Colorado bill that could end U+2, and what the loss of the bridge means for the US supply chain. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. About the Rocky Mountain Review: KCSU’s News Directors brin…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on a new opportunity to study abroad for CSU first-years, a new Fort Collins food waste disposal facility, and a first-of-its-kind pig kidney transplant. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thanks to Kaleb Allen and Austin Martin for additional cover…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on a multi-year study hoping to help children with Down syndrome, an ongoing Fort Collins homicide investigation, and a sneak peek of a special episode of the KCSU Sports Podcast. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thanks to Kaleb Allen and Austin M…
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NCAA's March Madness has begun: brackets are being filled, teams are being analyzed, and sweat is dripping from everyone's faces. Join sports directors Kaleb Allen and Austin Martin as they chat with sports producer Max Ebert and Collegian's Damon Cook about the tournament and what they expect to come.…
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KCSU’s Music Directors Jalen Thompson and Paris Huckaby are the destination for eccentric and eclectic music tastes within the CSU community. Their podcast maneuvers the world of music through their eyes including new releases, pop culture, interviewing other music connoisseurs, and the links that bring the two together <3. Come hang out and jam wi…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on CSU dark matter research efforts, the investigation of how Weld County prisoners were accessing drugs, and the FDA's alert of multiple ground cinnamon brands contaminated with lead. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thanks to Kaleb Allen and Aus…
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Colorado State University President Amy Parsons is no stranger to music on campus, but going live on-air on CSU’s student-run radio station, 90.5 KCSU, is a first for the presidential bucket list. On Wednesday, March 6th, Parsons sat down with KCSU DJs Erin Fuller and Riley Hilbert to talk about her mission to bring live music back to CSU and take …
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on why CSU extended its acceptance deadline, a longtime DNA analyst now facing criminal charges of her own, and the arrest of a polarizing representative's son over a series of petty and misdemeanor crimes. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. About the Rocky…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on a small fire closing the Engineering Building, how Denver's migrant surge impacts Fort Collins, and one New York medical school's now-free tuition after a massive donation. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thanks to Austin Martin and Kaleb Alle…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on celebrating four decades of CSU's first gen student award program, some proposed changes to local high school graduation requirements, and the massive deal to join Kroger and Albertsons. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. About the Rocky Mountain Review:…
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This episode Kaleb and Austin discuss Joe Parker being relieved of his duties as athletic director, they sit down with McKenna Hofschild of CSU women's basketball and they breakdown the loss to New Mexico for CSU Men's basketball.بقلم KCSU
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on the need for more academic resource licenses at CSU, a local man arrested on at least 14 indecent exposure charges, and Rams Against Hunger's first mobile food pantry event of the semester. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thanks to Kaleb Allen…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on CSU's Founders Day Medal, a fiery car crash killing three locals, and a Valentine's Day themed activism expo. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thanks to Lorenzo Gomez for additional coverage. About the Rocky Mountain Review: KCSU’s News Directo…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on how CSU might help fill a nationwide vet shortage, the uniqueness of this year's presidential primary election ballot, and updates on the Kansas City parade shooting investigation. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thanks to Austin Martin and Ka…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on some upcoming changes at CSU, a 15-year-old Loveland teen that hasn't been seen since October, and a cyberattack creating critical barriers for Colorado public defenders. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. About the Rocky Mountain Review: KCSU’s News Dir…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on CSU's event lineup for Black history, a bus driver shortage sparking changes in PSD schools, and on the record high number of Americans struggling to pay rent. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thanks to Kaleb Allen and Austin Martin for additio…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on a campus visit from activist and actress Jane Fonda, a nearby ghost town's role in Black history, and Pueblo police investigating a child death after a gruesome discovery. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. About the Rocky Mountain Review: KCSU’s News Di…
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This week Kaleb and Austin break down how CSU Men's Basketball bounced back from their frustrating loss at Wyoming with a huge win over the national champion runner-up. "Ridiculous or Not?" makes its return and the boys pay homage to Mark Andrews.بقلم KCSU
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on the passing of a resident assistant on campus, a possible murder-suicide in a Fort Collins home, and an ASCSU bill that could remove taxes from textbooks. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thanks to Austin Martin and Kaleb Allen for additional c…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on a new bat species added to CSU's research collection, an update to the investigation of child abuse on PSD buses, and a congressman's visit to campus. This episode was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. About the Rocky Mountain Review: KCSU’s News Directors bring you new…
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In this episode Kaleb and Austin catch up on the week of CSU sports including embarrassing loses for the Men's and Women's Basketball teams in Reno. They sit down with the newest member of the Beer for a Year contest winner's club and preview the NFL conference championships.بقلم KCSU
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on CSU's role at a national stock show, the arrest of a Fort Collins repeat arsonist, and the integration of artificial intelligence in today's music scene. This episode of Rocky Mountain Review was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. Special thanks to Akoda Harrop, Kaleb Al…
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KCSU's news team brings you coverage on a power outage in the west side of CSU's campus, the opening process of a famous chain along I-25, and on one Colorado town's missing newspapers. This episode of Rocky Mountain Review was produced by Akoda Harrop, and written by Lee Zimpel and Tyler Weatherwax. About the Rocky Mountain Review: KCSU’s News Dir…
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In this episode from December 7, Tyler Weatherwax reports campus news on the CSU Marching Band returning to Denver's Parade of Lights. Lee Zimpel covers local news on PSD now facing two lawsuits over alleged abuse on school buses. Then, Zimpel goes over national news on the shooting at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.…
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In this episode from December 5, Tyler Weatherwax covers campus news with information on the Lory Student Center closing over winter break. Lee Zimpel reports local news on what a partnership with CHSAA could mean in the long run for Fort Collins. Then, Zimpel goes through national news on major Israel-Hamas war updates in Gaza that developed over …
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