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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
A journey began for three graduating CSU football seniors shortly after the 2013 NFL draft ended Saturday night.
Tackle Joe Caprioglio, cornerback Momo... 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
The CSU club baseball team has canceled its doubleheader with Trinidad State that was originally scheduled for Tuesday night due to inclement weather according to shortstop and... READ MORE
Saturday was the last chance for coach Jim McElwain and his staff to see his team play before the end of the spring.
They liked what they saw.
The Green team, which featured the first team offense and second team defense, beat the... READ MORE
After completing their off-season condition program, RamU, 14 formal practices and hours of preparation, the Rams are finally ready to play their annual spring game on Saturday... READ MORE
When Jim McElwain came to CSU last season... READ MORE
This Thursday, the Center for Fine Art Photography, the Northern Colorado Renewable Energy Society and the Colorado Clean Energy Cluster will be hosting a panel, discussion and artist talk about the challenges, impacts and results of renewable energy programs.
The panel will take place at the CSU Powerhouse from 6:00-7:30 p.m.... READ MORE
Kappa Delta will host a fall festival, Fall for Kay Dee 2014, Thursday from 5-8 p.m. in order to raise money to prevent child abuse.
The event will have many fall activities ranging from bobbing for apples to a petting zoo for attendees to enjoy, on top of fall baked goods... READ MORE
Theresa Davis will present her poetry on Wednesday at the Huemyn Project, an event created to introduce GLBTQQA history month to Colorado State University.
Davis, who was named Emerging Artist in 2012 and the 2011 Women of the World Poetry Slam Champion, will perform in the Lory Student Center Ballroom from 6-7:30 p.m.... READ MORE
Cross country repeats second-place finish at Griak Invitational
The Colorado State men’s cross country team fell just short of victory Saturday at the Roy Griak Invitational, settling for second place and edged only by Southern Utah for the top men’s team finish. Redshirt freshman Jerrell Mock, competing in his first-ever collegiate... 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
Perhaps you have seen or heard about in recent days the student and faculty protests in Jefferson County that stemmed in part from a proposal by the school board to change the history curriculum. These changes would emphasize the superiority of the Free Market, as well as the good... READ MORE
Over the weekend, protests in Hong Kong have intensified to dangerous levels as riot police and protesters clash in the streets. The situation arises from a complex arrangement between Hong Kong and the Chinese central government, famously called, “one country, two systems.” In brief, Hong Kong is allowed much more... READ MORE
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 sounds of Miles Davis will resonate through the halls of the University Center for the Arts Thursday as the CSU Jazz Ensembles kicks off their fall concert season.
The first concert of the season has a new and exciting theme every year. This time, that theme is “The Music of... READ MORE
Fort Collins is no stranger to vast amounts of unique cuisines, and the Maza Kabob restaurant on South College is no exception.
Though Maza Kabob... READ MORE
Kate Simmons had 30 seconds to get to shelter after the siren went off. Between the police and the journalists, there were too many people to fit into one. They... READ MORE