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When former CSU center Colton Iverson traveled to Las Vegas, Nev. at the beginning of April to start preparing for the NBA Draft in June, he knew he had to improve physically in order to get the attention of NBA scouts.
Now, after working on his game, as well as gaining... READ MORE
Over the years, the NCAA has developed rules for the amount of practice time coaches can spend with their players during the offseason. The rules are designed to allow student athletes the opportunity to rest and focus on their schoolwork.
CSU junior middle blocker Kelsey Snider, however, apparently doesn’t need that... READ MORE
After a record-setting weekend in which they saw two athletes set personal bests at the Long Beach Invitational, CSU Track and Field will now turn their attention to making improvements ahead of the Jack Christiansen Invitational this weekend in Fort Collins.
Junior hurdler Trevor Brown set a CSU record last... READ MORE
On the first newscast of the semester, CTV has the latest on the $220 million dollars to be borrowed for the on campus stadium, as well as what students think of the switch from RamCT to Canvas. Plus, Fort Collins hit record breaking temperatures this week and CTV weather anchor... READ MORE
Colorado State University made a switch from RamCT to Canvas after joining Unizin, a group of universities working toward bettering learning technologies.
Unizin is a collaboration of 10 major universities around the country with the goal of coming together to influence digital learning platforms, such as RamCT and Canvas, and making those... READ MORE
This past Sunday both the NHL and the NFL hosted their all-star contests, the NHL All-Star Game was the 60th in league history and the NFL Pro Bowl was the 64th annual contest. While both games were marquee events that continued the tradition of featuring the game’s best,... READ MORE
Video by Courtney Kreidler, CTV11
Revenge tastes sweeter when it requires a hard-fought battle.
That’s what Colorado State’s women’s hoops team (15-4, 7-1 MW) discovered Wednesday night when they came out on top of Boise... READ MORE
Last fall, the Associated Students of CSU impeached a senator in a closed-door executive session that excluded media, and at one point, the defendant. In the following weeks, CSU’s executive director of public affairs and communications issued a statement affirming that ASCSU “is not a state or a local public body.”... READ MORE
Geeky movies are becoming more and more prominent every year, and 2015 looks to be no exception. As the budgets become bigger, along with the fan bases, here are all the movies you should be hyperventilating over this year:
“Avengers: Age of Ultron“: May 1
The sequel to the phenomenal “Avengers,” “Ultron”... READ MORE
The Fort Collins Bike Co-Op, initially started in a neighborhood garage, has blossomed into a community-centered, non-profit organization tailoring their actions to the well-being of the community.
In addition to their regularly-scheduled open shop bicycle repair hours, during which time volunteer mechanics teach customers how to fix... READ MORE
Welcome to Kelsey’s Korner and let me tell you how to! Have you ever gotten into a debate about discrimination with a friend that you just couldn’t persuade no matter what you said? Well, in this episode I decided to show you how by taking you to your nearest corporate... READ MORE