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Colorado State University
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... 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
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
Colorado State University is planning to build a 900-space parking lot on the southeast side of the Fort Collins South Campus.
“The University has submitted a conceptual review to the city, including a traffic study and preliminary storm water analysis, for a parking lot on Research Drive,” CSU Facilities Management Landscape... READ MORE
Up ‘Til Dawn is hosting their main fundraising event on Saturday from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m. to collect funds and raise awareness for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
The event will take place at Colorado State University’s Recreation Center.
Students participating in the event will partake in multiple activities, challenges... READ MORE
It has been a down year for Mountain West basketball.
Winning the regular season and conference tournament is even more important than most years, since at-large bids to the NCAA tournament will be scarce for the MW.
There is not much basketball left to play, but things could still play out a... READ MORE
CTV Sports anchors Olivia Landis and Brett Kennedy recap CSU men’s and women’s basketball wins over San Jose State. Plus, recap the CSU swimming and diving team’s performance at the Mountain West Championships and take a look at how the CSU women’s golf team played in the Juli Inkster Spartan... READ MORE
To quote a well-known cliche, with great power comes great responsibility. As we have made strides toward greater gender equality, more attention has been devoted to giving women more opportunities and responsibilities equal to men. However, this is not the case across every industry.
In 2013, the United States finally... READ MORE
Bison are expected to return to part of Fort Collin’s Soapstone Prairie and Red Mountain Open Space Parks this year. This marks a return of genetically pure bison to the Northern Colorado grassland ecosystem that has been devoid of the once prolific animals since around the mid-1800s when... READ MORE
Welcome looking at the very first episode of “A Series of Tubes,” a podcast about the internet hosted by the Collegian’s Zack Burley and Jesse Carey, and the occasional guest. In this episode, Jesse and Zack discuss the history of the internet.
LINKS from this Episode:
Clifford Stoll- Why Won’t Be Nirvana
The Top... READ MORE
When you think about where movies are made, chances are you conjure mental pictures of sound stages in Los Angeles or glamorous locations around the world. However, there is a slowly but surely increasing trend of films being made on location throughout the United States.
For years Canada has been the... READ MORE
Nestled in the foothills just past Horsetooth Reservoir, the Masonville Mercantile is truly a parlor to the past, showcasing racks of vintage-themed clothing, historic relics and true western culture.
The eclectic collection of clothes, hats and accessories fits a variety of themes including Mardi Gras, western, masquerade and the... READ MORE
Note: This article is satirical.
GQ Magazine’s “Man of the Year” award is one of the most coveted and respected honors that can befall any single man. More impressive than a Kids’ Choice Award and more sought after than first place in the Pinewood Derby race in Galveston, Texas, the “Man... READ MORE