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We are an independent radio station run by student managers and DJs on the CU Boulder campus!

Latest Episodes

WHAAAT?! Festival; gender and natural disasters; new campus murals

Matt Bethancourt and Danny Rankin, directors of the WHAAAT?! Lab on campus, talk with News Correspondent John Boughey about the upcoming WHAAAT?! Festival. Then, Melissa Villareal, a sociology grad student, talks with News Correspondent Anna Haynes about the interplay of gender and natural disasters. Finally, student artist Ellie Marcotte talks with John about the mural she recently finished painting on campus. Originally aired September 30, 2019.

51 MIN1 weeks ago
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WHAAAT?! Festival; gender and natural disasters; new campus murals

The Red Zone on college campuses; graduate student stipends

Teresa Wroe, deputy Title IX coordinator, speaks with News Correspondent Anna Haynes about The Red Zone, the time during which a large portion of sexual assaults on college students occur. Then, Sarah Fahmy, United Government of Graduate Students president, talks with News Correspondent John Boughey about stipends for graduate students that UGGS is asking for. Originally aired September 25, 2019.

46 MIN1 weeks ago
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The Red Zone on college campuses; graduate student stipends

Amazon fires and Bolsonaro; grassroots campaigns

Dr. Donna Goldstein speaks with News Correspondent Clara Geoghegan about the fires in the Amazon rainforest and Jair Bolsonaro's regime in Brazil. Then, Clara talks with Alexander Jensen to talk about the impact of grassroots campaigns. Finally, Clara talks with grassroots candidate Julie Banuelos about her Denver campaign. This show originally aired live September 23, 2019.

50 MIN1 weeks ago
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Amazon fires and Bolsonaro; grassroots campaigns

Tuck Knee Shakedown

Tuck Knee’s Shakedown 09/13/19.

38 MIN1 weeks ago
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Tuck Knee Shakedown

Lefty

Lefty’s Local Shakedown from 09/20/19

39 MIN1 weeks ago
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Lefty

Corda Vera Local Shakedown

Corda Vera’s Shakedown from 09/06/19

36 MIN1 weeks ago
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Corda Vera Local Shakedown

Los Seis de Boulder; Max Boykoff on climate change; Virtue of Reality

News Correspondent Anna Haynes hosts three sets of guests in a full show. First, Anna talks with Mateo Manuel Vela, co-chair for the student group UMAS y MEXA, and Jasmine Baetz, MFA student, about Los Seis de Boulder and the new sculpture on campus that honors their legacy. Then, Anna talks with Max Boykoff, an associate professor at CU, about climate change. Finally, Anna interviews MFA students Lyndie Raymond, Adrianna Hippe and Veronica Rodriguez about their newest project, Virtue of Reality. Originally aired September 11, 2019.

50 MIN3 weeks ago
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Los Seis de Boulder; Max Boykoff on climate change; Virtue of Reality

Interpretive naturalist Dave Sutherland on wildlife in Boulder

Dave Sutherland is an interpretive naturalist with the City of Boulder. He spoke with News Correspondent John Boughey about humans and wildlife interacting, and how to make it work. Originally aired September 4, 2019.

36 MIN3 weeks ago
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Interpretive naturalist Dave Sutherland on wildlife in Boulder

Cop Circles In S

Cop Circles In S by Radio 1190

41 MINSEP 10
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Cop Circles In S

Me Like Bees In Studio

Me Like Bees In Studio by Radio 1190

32 MINSEP 10
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Me Like Bees In Studio

Latest Episodes

WHAAAT?! Festival; gender and natural disasters; new campus murals

Matt Bethancourt and Danny Rankin, directors of the WHAAAT?! Lab on campus, talk with News Correspondent John Boughey about the upcoming WHAAAT?! Festival. Then, Melissa Villareal, a sociology grad student, talks with News Correspondent Anna Haynes about the interplay of gender and natural disasters. Finally, student artist Ellie Marcotte talks with John about the mural she recently finished painting on campus. Originally aired September 30, 2019.

51 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
WHAAAT?! Festival; gender and natural disasters; new campus murals

The Red Zone on college campuses; graduate student stipends

Teresa Wroe, deputy Title IX coordinator, speaks with News Correspondent Anna Haynes about The Red Zone, the time during which a large portion of sexual assaults on college students occur. Then, Sarah Fahmy, United Government of Graduate Students president, talks with News Correspondent John Boughey about stipends for graduate students that UGGS is asking for. Originally aired September 25, 2019.

46 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
The Red Zone on college campuses; graduate student stipends

Amazon fires and Bolsonaro; grassroots campaigns

Dr. Donna Goldstein speaks with News Correspondent Clara Geoghegan about the fires in the Amazon rainforest and Jair Bolsonaro's regime in Brazil. Then, Clara talks with Alexander Jensen to talk about the impact of grassroots campaigns. Finally, Clara talks with grassroots candidate Julie Banuelos about her Denver campaign. This show originally aired live September 23, 2019.

50 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Amazon fires and Bolsonaro; grassroots campaigns

Tuck Knee Shakedown

Tuck Knee’s Shakedown 09/13/19.

38 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Tuck Knee Shakedown

Lefty

Lefty’s Local Shakedown from 09/20/19

39 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Lefty

Corda Vera Local Shakedown

Corda Vera’s Shakedown from 09/06/19

36 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Corda Vera Local Shakedown

Los Seis de Boulder; Max Boykoff on climate change; Virtue of Reality

News Correspondent Anna Haynes hosts three sets of guests in a full show. First, Anna talks with Mateo Manuel Vela, co-chair for the student group UMAS y MEXA, and Jasmine Baetz, MFA student, about Los Seis de Boulder and the new sculpture on campus that honors their legacy. Then, Anna talks with Max Boykoff, an associate professor at CU, about climate change. Finally, Anna interviews MFA students Lyndie Raymond, Adrianna Hippe and Veronica Rodriguez about their newest project, Virtue of Reality. Originally aired September 11, 2019.

50 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Los Seis de Boulder; Max Boykoff on climate change; Virtue of Reality

Interpretive naturalist Dave Sutherland on wildlife in Boulder

Dave Sutherland is an interpretive naturalist with the City of Boulder. He spoke with News Correspondent John Boughey about humans and wildlife interacting, and how to make it work. Originally aired September 4, 2019.

36 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Interpretive naturalist Dave Sutherland on wildlife in Boulder

Cop Circles In S

Cop Circles In S by Radio 1190

41 MINSEP 10
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Cop Circles In S

Me Like Bees In Studio

Me Like Bees In Studio by Radio 1190

32 MINSEP 10
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Me Like Bees In Studio