produced by the students of
Colorado State University
Studies have shown that students who get adequate amounts of sleep average an entire grade higher than students who don’t.
Between classes and social life, everyone needs to sleep, and sometimes nighttime is just not long enough. There is no shame in catching a few Z’s on campus – actually, it... READ MORE
There’s a phrase in Phi Gamma Delta: Your fraternity brothers are the groomsmen at your wedding and the pallbearers at your funeral.
Within Greek life, students have the opportunity to build leadership skills and make lifelong friendships. Greek life has been active at Colorado State University for 99 years, including the... READ MORE
The 2014 Mountain West cross country preseason coaches’ poll selected the Colorado State University men’s team to finish second, and the women’s team to finish... READ MORE
The dining halls are all closed, and you’re still hungry.
Maybe you’re up super later studying on a Wednesday and need more brain fuel. Maybe you’re making the trek back from a party past 1 a.m. on a Saturday. Either way, you need food and we want to help.
Hours: Open... READ MORE
It’s undeniable that Fort Collins is a great place to live.
It’s just big enough to feel hip and happening but just small enough to feel quirky and unique. Did I mention the multitude of local restaurants, craft breweries and community-based events?
Living in a city like Fort... READ MORE
You always heard high school would be the best years of your life. Four years later, we now hear idealizations of the college experience.John Belushi is shocked by the truth.
Just about every college movie depicts college as a crazy time with liquor galore and toga parties. Sorry, John Belushi. This isn’t... READ MORE
Construction projects on campus are in full force, but with a rundown of each one, students can avoid cluttered areas and look forward to new facilities.
The cost of a proposed new stadium is estimated at $254.2 million, as stated in a study by Development Research Partners. LSC Revitalization will cost $65 million... READ MORE
For nearly 14 years, marijuana use for medical purposes has been legal in Colorado and on Nov. 6, 2012, Colorado made history by legalizing marijuana for adult recreational use.
Yet, as of August 2014 marijuana remains an illegal substance on Colorado State University grounds.
Amendment 64 allows adults 21 or older to... READ MORE
Colorado State University is committed to offering offices to different subcultures and demographics where students can express themselves, come together with students who have the same values, build leadership characteristics and define their identity in a positive light.
Diversity offices at CSU work to open up tough conversations, provide support and enable growth... READ MORE
Despite hearing widespread concern over a fee on plastic bags in grocery stores around Fort Collins, City Council passed the ordinance Tuesday and expanded it to include all retailers within city limits.
The ordinance, which imposes a 5-cent fee on all plastic bags distributed at retailers, was passed on... READ MORE
Expectations are high for Tom Hilbert and Co. yet again. The Mountain West volleyball preseason poll was released Tuesday and to no one’s... READ MORE
As the opening kickoff against the University of Colorado looms closer, the Colorado State football team’s fall camp continues to intensify.Head Coach Jim McElwain has said preparation for the Buffaloes has yet to begin, but Monday marked the team’s first game-time simulation. The day began with a morning walk-through; a routine that... READ MORE
Back in 2009, “The Climb,” by Miley Cyrus blasted from the room of preteens across the nation. Colorado State head coach Jim McElwain is bringing back “The Climb” as the theme for this season – minus the pop song. Friday morning, midway through fall camp, the Rams are training hard for... READ MORE
When you find yourself living in a college town, the traditional rules and definitions of what constitutes a family change.
Growing up, my family was always really close. Because of that, my two older brothers and I learned the importance of being there for each other and accepting each other unconditionally.
Until... READ MORE
Traveling from the Midwest to the Northwest by Harley Davidson last week was the adventure of a lifetime.
My husband, Tanner, and I traveled from Colorado through Wyoming, Idaho, Montana and Washington to attend a friend’s wedding. We decided to travel by motorcycle because it was cheaper than driving a car... READ MORE
When I graduated high school, my distant relatives and parents’ friends redundantly asked what I planned to study in college.
When I told them I was majoring in journalism, the unanimous response was: “Good for you.” The response to my minor has not been so favorable.
I declared my minor in... READ MORE
Some consider college a new academic step in life, while others look forward to the partying, opportunities to make friends and the general college experience.
Regardless, there are certain quirks about attending Colorado State University that every student should be aware of.Here are 50 things incoming CSU freshmen need to know.
1. Take off your lanyards. It’s... READ MORE
As we look at the calendars and see that it’s already mid-August, every college student is, to some extent, wondering, “What happened to this summer?”
Summer is the best time to enjoy the sunshine and activities Colorado has to offer, before temperatures shift into the frigid single digits. If you haven’t already, here... READ MORE