Milo Yiannopoulos has come and gone from our campus. His high profile alt-right views drew hundreds of fans, crowds of angry protesters and four different police departments to try to deal with it, including cops on horses and helicopters overhead. Outside the Student Union Building, riot police were chasing the protesters around campus, and things got messy on both sides. I was inside the event, along with a team from every other news outlet in town.

On today's episode, we'll be hearing some radio feature stories produced by members of the Lobo family, as part of a Radio Production class this fall.

First we'll hear from Daniel Montano, who went all the way to Scotland to learn about how city projects similar to Albuquerque Rapid Transit are affecting towns in the UK.

On this episode, we sit down with Ryan Ansloan, the chairman of the UNM Young Americans for Liberty, who has invited controversial alt-right blogger Milo Yiannopoulos to speak at UNM in January.

We also visit the 53rd annual ASUNM Arts and Crafts Fair, and talk to some of the artists about their work. And finally, sports editor Robert Maler gives a wrap-up of last weekend's Lobo men's and women's basketball games.

On this week's episode of the podcast, we'll be talking about the recent anti-Trump protest in Albuquerque, where hundreds of people stopped traffic all over town for over six hours, ending in a showdown with dozens of riot police. We sit down with some of our reporters and photographers who were on the ground with the protesters.

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