Press "Enter" to skip to content

Author: Kempson Cross

Kempson is a Junior majoring in Journalism (Radio-TV) at the University of Montana. He was born in Clovis, California and lived in the Fresno/Clovis area until coming to Missoula as a UM freshman.

Kempson is a broadcaster of Montana Grizzly softball and Sentinel High School football. He also produces radio sportscasts each weekday for News Talk KGVO in Missoula and 1680 The Answer in Fresno.

Kempson is on Twitter: @KempsonCross

and LinkedIn: Kempson Cross

Is Pumpkin Spice Really As Great As It Seems?

The arrival of autumn colors and a chill in the air brings many traditions. Pumpkins from the local patch start popping up on the porches of neighborhoods around Halloween. The flavor of pumpkin spice begins its reign in autumn as well. Pumpkins and their spice seem nice for your health, but some fall favorites that feature pumpkin are not nearly as nutritious as they seem. A tablespoon of spice in an eight-ounce cup of coffee combine for less calories than many other lattes. But the recipe for a pumpkin spice latte doesn’t simply feature two ingredients.

Leave a Comment