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Writer’s note: I received a free copy of “Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon” in order to review the game for this publication.
The open world violence of “Far Cry 3″ found a DeLorean and traveled to an alternate line of history to make “Blood Dragon.”
The story begins... READ MORE
While many departments are looking forward to taking their summer vacation, a number of CSU’s agricultural and animal divisions will do more work in the summertime.Junior wildlife biology major Brent Pease, left, Agriculture graduate student Amy Kousch, center, and sophmore soil and crop science major Colton Heeney plant cabbage in... READ MORE
It was a cold day with snow on the ground, but high school students and their parents still followed their tour guide around campus after trekking into Fort Collins from their respective hometowns.
Most were from Colorado, but one mother and daughter had travelled all the way from Reno, Nev. in... READ MORE
“Get a job!” is what most who graduate in a month will... READ MORE
More than 50 different housing vendors will advertise their properties to the approximately 2,500 CSU students attending this year’s Housing Fair on Tuesday, March 5 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Main Ballroom.
The benefits of the housing fair are unique, as no online method of... READ MORE
Correction: In an earlier version of this article, it was incorrectly stated due to a reporting error that individuals involved in a health study participated in SOMAX fitness test. In fact, they participated in a “submax” or submaximal exercise test. It was also misstated that Katie Drobnitch is a CSU graduate... READ MORE
Late Thursday night, Fort Collins police were notified of a hit-and-run collision on Vine Drive between Linden Street and Lemay Avenue.
According to a Fort Collins Police press release, Fort Collins resident Thomas Brooks, 28, was struck by a vehicle while riding his bicycle eastbound on Vine Drive... READ MORE
Update Aug. 28 7:15 p.m.:
Two suspects have been identified in the assault case involving CSU alum Keith Jentzsch, according to a Fort Collins police press release. Although the investigation is ongoing, detectives believe that these are the only individuals involved in the assault.
The names of the suspects will not... READ MORE
No. 18 CSU headed into its second match of the day knowing UC Santa Barbara was going to be an athletic team with versatility on the outside and in the middle. However despite 12 ties and five lead changes in the first set alone, CSU took control to sweep the Gauchos... READ MORE
Facing Virginia Commonwealth for just the second time in program history, the No. 18 Colorado State volleyball cruised to a 25-18, 25-16, 25-12 sweep and its second victory over the Rams in two meetings. With sky-high expectations heading into the 2014 season, CSU looks to be headed in the right direction with a strong performances from their veteran players... READ MORE
Despite a slow start that saw it fall behind 10-0 early, the Colorado State football team, led running backs Dee Hart and Treyous Jarrells, was able... READ MORE
In a recent interview, Dr. Tony Frank discussed the “State of the University”. Among the issues discussed by Dr. Frank were the school budget and the proposed on-campus stadium. To those points I felt there were several facts which needed to be clarified.
We’re running... READ MORE
Colorado State University research doesn’t always get its time in the limelight. We want to bring the spotlight to scientific research in particular. Some students may not realize that for many professors, teaching is only part of the job. Research is a huge part of this University, in particular the lives... READ MORE
Well, Rams, the good news is that you made it through the first week of classes. The bad news is that we still have another 14 weeks, and it only gets worse from here.
Let’s focus on the positive, though. Here are some of the crucial things you learned during the first... READ MORE
Warning: Spoilers ahead.
Summer may be over, but TV season is about to explode. This fall will witness many new TV series, as well as the continuation of fan favorites. Here is a look at promising series, total duds and the shows that have the potential to be successful or flop.The... READ MORE
“As Above, So Below” kicks off the 2014 horror season, with some archaeology Indiana Jones would have been proud of.
No, I’m not counting “The Purge: Anarchy.” If that is a horror movie then “Schindler’s List“ is a rom-com.
This season has some interesting titles lined up for us, including “Horns,” “The... READ MORE