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With the 2014 midterm elections right around the corner, I was reading more into each of the candidates, and what I found (though not surprising) bothered me. There are only 15 women running for positions in the entire country. And unfortunately, none of them are from Colorado.
According to Time,... READ MORE
The Colorado State women’s soccer team lost to the Eastern Washington Eagles Sunday morning in Missoula, Montana, ending the weekend with two losses after falling to Montana on Friday.
The Eagles... READ MORE
They roam campus in green and gold, often walking gingerly after a long day of practice. You’ll see them on foot, bikes and even riding tandem on mopeds. They carry backpacks with their school’s name on them and are more than likely wearing a pair of Beats by Dre... READ MORE
Every two minutes, someone in the United States is sexually assaulted, adding up to over 230,000 people each year (RAINN, 2014). Even in places that should be safe places for men and women, such as college campuses, sexual assaults... READ MORE
“Calvary” is destined for a classic drama status, with beautiful cinematography, screenwriting and acting all coming together to make a fantastically melancholy film.Photo courtesy of FOX Searchlight. “Calvalry” is playing at the Lyric Cinema Café now
“Calvary” is John Michael McDonagh‘s second feature film, a dark comedy-drama/whodunnit that he both wrote... READ MORE
This Saturday, Colorado State University students and staff members spent the majority of their day repainting the biggest collegiate symbol in the country. The A sits just above Hughes Stadium and radiates a sense of pride for students, staff and alumni alike.
“We’re just here to make... READ MORE
In October 2011 the Colorado State University System Board of Governors approved a renovation project on the Lory Student Center. The construction began just two years later, with the goal of being completed in time for the fall 2014 term.
According to the renovation website, the project includes the original 160,000... READ MORE
When Ave became a teenager, she was sold by her aunt from El Salvador to a brothel in Oaxaca, Mexico. There, she was locked in a room, catering to customers.
One lucky night, she escaped through a window and made her way to the US border, where she sought asylum as... READ MORE
Standing outside of her office, Professor Courtney Daum chats in a steady, engaging voice with students and fellow faculty members. Behind her is a cluttered space littered with political books, sentimental family photos and a bright red League of Women’s... READ MORE
The No.8 Colorado State volleyball team wrapped up non-conference play Saturday, earning a 12-1 record heading into its first games in the Mountain West Conference. The Rams pushed past No.18 Arizona State, Pepperdine and North Carolina Central on the road in Tempe, Ariz. to win the Residence Inn Invitational.
A 3-0 weekend... READ MORE
Hollywood, the city of stars and bright futures.
Colorado State sophomore wide receiver Rashard “Hollywood” Higgins has got the star power, and anyone who has watched the 6-foot-2, 188-pound sophomore run routes... READ MORE
Week 2 Recap:
Last week the NFL saw another tight end reach the end zone 3 times, when Antonio Gates SD, TE, thrived against Seattle’s Legion of Boom. The 34 year-old tight end proved that he is still an effective player by overcoming an ankle injury, while securing all 7 of... READ MORE
As Nov. 4 approaches, and the chances of walking through campus without getting asked about your voter registration status get slimmer and slimmer, I inevitably feel ill prepared; knowing little more than the names and parties of the candidates running and even less about the issues that wind up... READ MORE
Hope Solo beat Mexico 4-0 along with the rest of the U.S. women’s national team on Thursday night. Meanwhile, she has been accused of two charges of domestic-violence from an alleged assault of her half-sister and nephew last summer and awaits a trial in November. She continues to play soccer for... READ MORE
The world needs saving. Serious threats are beginning to plague the globe. Not only are there the usual international conflicts like the ones surrounding Russia and ISIS, but there are larger, more overarching problems such as global climate change, overpopulation and the depletion of the world’s resources that need... READ MORE
We’re the fierce leaders of Colorado State University, and we’ve been in school for far too long. We know every shortcut around campus and roll our eyes at happy-go-lucky freshmen. We are seniors in college, and here are five things you need to know about this special breed of student.1.... READ MORE
In honor of his recent album release, Trevor Hall played for a crowd of nearly 200 at the Aggie Theatre Saturday night.Photo courtesy of Kedge Stokke
The show started off with a soft-spoken artist, Mike Love, who kicked off the evening solo armed with nothing but a guitar and various effects... READ MORE
CTV After Hours talks Fortoberfest in Old Town Fort Collins. From bikes to beer and of course local bands, Fortoberfest is a combo of Fort Collins favorites. Shatterproof performs live on CTV After Hours, debuting their song Cookie Cutter Life, and their hit To The Grave.