Tonight on CTV students react to the football team’s loss against Alabama. Also, the Fort Collins Cat rescue center has rescued over 90 cats since the flood. Find out how you can help them. Plus, CSU enrollment numbers are at an all time high. Then, one of America’s Next Top Models speaks about how she is changing the lives of women around the country. For all this and more be sure to watch this episode of CTV News.
About Kelsey Peterson
Kelsey is a senior journalism and media communications major at CSU working for her fourth year with Rocky Mountain Student Media as the Student Video Productions Manager. She runs the CTV studio, directs, produces Ram Arts, a bi-weekly entertainment show, and manages all of the corporate video. She has previously worked as training & personnel manager, an anchor, reporter, technical director, video technician, camera operator and audio engineer. Kelsey has also worked on the digital media team for the Collegian, as a teaching assistant for media ethics and was a member of live-event crew, Ram Productions. She is completing a triple minor in music, political science and music, stage and sports production, recently presented her honors thesis - a 20 minute documentary of backpacking Europe - and interned for a TV media productions company in Dublin, Ireland. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.