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Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith, along with 11 other sheriffs and prosecutors, filed a lawsuit in the Denver federal district court to challenge the constitutionality of Colorado’s Amendment 64 Thursday.
“Amendment 64 established a new right under the state constitution to engage in an activity that is in violation of federal laws,”... READ MORE
CSU President Tony Frank’s open forum sparked a heated exchange Thursday during a discussion about the on-campus stadium, set to break ground in August.
One former student expressed his concern that adding the stadium could “ruin” Tony Frank’s career and reputation.
A CSU alumna explained how she has been part of plenty of... READ MORE
The University Art Museum at the University Center for the Arts is hosting a compelling exhibition by renowned Spanish artist Francisco Goya Y Lucientes.
This collection of 80 etchings serves as Goya’s testament to the atrocities that took place throughout the French invasion of Spain in the 19th century.
“During that time... READ MORE
Here’s an unpopular opinion: I don’t mind the U.S. government spying on us for security purposes.
I’m someone who will reiterate time and time again that “I have nothing to hide.” I understand that most would agree with me on that. A very small percentage of us have something... READ MORE
CSU President Tony Frank will hold an open forum for students from 1 to 2 p.m. Thursday in the North Ballroom of the Lory Student Center.
Students can visit with Frank and share questions, comments and ideas, according to Source. All students are welcome to attend, and seating will be available on... READ MORE
Editor’s note: After completing the interview with Jen and McKenzie Hoffman, the reporter was hired at Blue Harvest Apparel.
Creative entrepreneurial sisters, Jen and McKenzie Hoffman, have channeled their passion for being business partners together into their very own apparel and home goods store, Blue Harvest Apparel.
With Body Acceptance Week just behind us, I think one of the most important takeaways is that there are a lot of different things that contribute to and affect your self-image and worth. Contributing factors to the way you see yourself are both internal and external, and with some of... READ MORE
The Collegian sat down with Associated Student’s of Colorado State University President Sam Guinn to discuss where she and ASCSU stand with goals set during her campaign last spring. Some of her goals included creating a food bank for CSU students who are food insecure, working with the city to create a... READ MORE
We’ve all seen it – the Internet takeover by the mysterious dress that’s blue and black to some but white and gold to others.
“I see it as white and gold,” said Ahmed Fadhlani, freshman mechanical engineering student. “But I’ve seen both variations of color.”
“It’s blue and black,” said Mimi... READ MORE
As the lights dim in Griffin Concert Hall within the University Center for the Arts, doors behind the orchestra open, revealing the soloist. The crowd beats its hands in unison, welcoming percussionist Ben Justis on stage for the annual Concerto Competition with Colorado State University’s Sinfonia Orchestra Tuesday.
Justis graduated from... READ MORE
There was no sign of rust as the Colorado State men’s basketball team took care of business Wednesday night with a 78-62 win at Nevada.
The Rams (25-5, 12-5 MW) did not miss as beat after having a week off, and the return of J.J. Avila proved too much for the... READ MORE
Time and time again this season, Colorado State head coach Larry Eustachy has said he believes his team is an NCAA Tournament-caliber team. And he’s likely right. With two games left in the regular season, Eustachy and Co. sit at 24-5, and 11-5 in the Mountain West, with a firm... READ MORE
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The future is now: HTC Vibe offers competition to the Oculus Rift. Virtual reality is almost here!
Yes means yes: The “Yes Means Yes” bill is taking a step in the right direction by changing the legal definition of... READ MORE
What is the worst thing you could be called? For me, I’d take grave offense if someone told me I looked like Rob Kardashian. But that has happened before. If someone told me I looked like 2014 Rob Kardashian, I’d be even more offended, and probably cry into a... READ MORE
Those winter ski trips are about to get considerably more expensive if state lawmakers have their way.
According to a report from the Coloradoan, Colorado legislators are considering a bill that, if implemented, would require drivers to have their cars equipped with either snow tires or chains during winter... READ MORE
On this special three part series of Kelsey’s Korner, Ray Domenico, wine expert extraordinaire, teaches me how to pick out a good wine. Ray’s family own their own winery in Denver called Balistreri Vineyards. In Part 1: Kelsey’s Picks, I show him my top three picks and get some well-backed... READ MORE
On this episode of Ram Rants Rachel Vigil talks Comic-Con with members from the RamCos club who attended the show in full costume and role playing outfits. Plus, the owner of Charming Little Fox is on to show off her geeky charms and jewelry that she will be selling at... READ MORE