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Sixty-four college campuses are now under investigation for Title IX complaints related to sexual violence, and the number keeps growing.
And it’s about time – administrators nationwide have been mishandling sexual assault complaints for far too long.
Emma Sulkowitz, a senior at Columbia has vowed to carry around a dorm mattress... READ MORE
The social media world is alive, yet again, with the uproar of movement. I’m not surprised if your Facebook home feed currently resembles something different than the usual mix of photos and Buzzfeed links, instead featuring re-posts about the Jefferson County School District or commentary on any other type... READ MORE
The bar scene is one of the more lucrative industries and Fort Collins, and each bar has its own individual source of success. The Collegian contacted five local bars and asked all of them what their top three beverages were this past weekend.
1. Lucky Joe’s Sidewalk Saloon
Here the most frequently requested... READ MORE
Rain is all rainbows and beauty. That is, until it decides to beat your hair into frizzy submission and soak through your backpack. Not only that, but the cold has chased away any thoughts of puddle jumping.
When the sun finally decides to show its face, chances are you’ll be screaming... READ MORE
The victim of the shooting incident Saturday has been identified by Fort Collins Police as Jalen Marquise Robinson, 19. He is currently at a local hospital.
It is believed that there was a verbal altercation between several people just prior to the shooting. A suspect in the shooting has not yet... READ MORE
On Sept. 25, Fort Collins police began an investigation on a reported robbery, which has now turned into a sexual assault investigation, according to a press release.
A 19-year-old female victim initially reported a male acquaintance stealing several of her items, including her purse, after she was left at the 1100... READ MORE
Every Friday at the corner of Elizabeth and Plum, inside the International House, a mixture of cultures, talents, ideas — and sometimes food — come together. On Friday at 6 p.m., Fort Collins International Center, hosted the Friday Afternoon Club (FAC) potluck, as they do the last Friday of every... READ MORE
Two faculty members from Colorado State University attended... READ MORE
If you didn’t know yet, you do now.
The Colorado State football team is here to stay.
Until Saturday afternoon, many, myself included, questioned how good this team actually was.
After all, they had defeated a University of Colorado team on opening weekend that has been more unpredictable than this state’s fall... READ MORE
There were a lot of question marks about the Colorado State football team as they went into Alumni Stadium to face the Boston College Eagles, but after their defense tightened up and their offense finally found balance, the Rams left Alumni Stadium with a better idea of who they are and an... READ MORE
The Colorado State’s women’s soccer team won 1-0 over the Nevada Wolf Pack Sunday afternoon on the Lagoon Field in Fort Collins to finish the weekend 1-1 after Friday’s loss to UNLV in its... READ MORE
Monday mornings on a college campus have a distinct feel. Classrooms are filled with snap-backs shielding eyes from fluorescent lights, cardigans crafted into makeshift pillows and chatter about the weekend.
It’s no surprise that most of the chatter includes the retelling of bar shenanigans and house party wins and failures.... READ MORE
Recently appointed United Nations Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson delivered a powerful speech about gender inequality in front of the U.N. last week. The former “Harry Potter” actress launched the campaign HeForShe, which urges men to get on board in the fight for gender equality and to raise their sons and... READ MORE
Like many Colorado State University students (and customers in general), I feel that Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 8, is a disaster. This would be good news to Apple users like myself, but as a business minor, I have a certain interest in free market capitalism and competition therein.... READ MORE
Red Rocks is one of the most magical places in Colorado. I have been very lucky this year and have been able to attend multiple Red Rocks shows. That being said, getting to see the second night of Big Gigantic, more commonly known as Big G, at Rowdy Town III... READ MORE
An Olympic athlete and CSU alumna, Amy Van Dyken-Roeun, has recently undergone a new adventure in her life.
Van Dyken-Rouen was involved in an ATV accident on June 6, 2014 leaving her... READ MORE
At this point, most of us have seen a longboard around campus, whether it’s someone lazily skating to class or just seeing one locked up on one of the many board racks, but did you know... READ MORE