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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
A colorful, energetic exhibition of Indian culture took the stage on Sunday evening for the annual India Nite, hosted by Colorado State University’s Indian Students Association. The event took place at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins and featured free food and admission for the community.Occupational therapy masters student, Tanya Benjamin,... READ MORE
By the middle of the semester, many students feel overwhelmed by the stress of classes and upcoming midterm exams. Some students have difficulties in homework time management, while others need a crash course in effective studying.
For the students that are pulling all-nighters to study or the students that simply want... READ MORE
Sometimes the search for a computer in the library can be unsuccessful, so the eight colleges at Colorado State University offer additional resources to students.
In the College of Agricultural Sciences the Information Technology Group offers many resources to students in this major. Computer labs are also offered for graduates of... READ MORE
It took all sixty minutes of the contest, but Colorado State was able to overcome a season-high number of penalties and sacks allowed as they outlasted the Utah State... READ MORE
Jared Roberts likely has heard Taylor Swift’s new song, “Shake It Off.”
He might not admit it, but it’s nearly impossible to avoid hearing that tune somewhere on the radio. As a kicker, Roberts is supposed to take those catchy lyrics to heart. Make or miss, he’s just supposed to just shake it... READ MORE
A lot of people who gather outside of Planned Parenthood to protest abortion, like those who stand near the intersection of Shields and Elizabeth, often bring their own children to protest with them. These children are typically too young to understand the cause, and their opinions of abortion are... READ MORE
Colorado State University paid tribute to one of its former legends on Friday by renaming West Drive to Amy Van Dyken Way. And it could not have been more well done. The six-time Olympic gold medalist was paralyzed in an ATV accident this summer. While speakers like Tom Milligan, Colorado State... READ MORE
The biggest juggernauts in the consumer tech industry at present, Apple and Google, are clearly gearing up for the Christmas season. Apple has held two major press conferences in the last month, announcing the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in one and the iPad Air 2 and Mini 3... READ MORE
It’s been a year since hip-hop artist Grieves performed in Fort Collins, and on Thursday at the Aggie Theatre, he didn’t disappoint any fans.
Opening for Grieves was rapper Sol. He got the crowd going with several songs from his new EP, such as “Old Him,” a song he wrote while in... READ MORE
On Friday, Ram Events hosted the customary RamFest for Homecoming weekend, including performances by Spylt, Mike Posner and Nico & Vinz.
The show was held in the Moby Arena with gates opening at 7 p.m. With a new VIP floor area and a general admission to the floor and seats, the arena... READ MORE
CTV After Hours anchors Callie Varra and Kerry O’Connor talk all about homecoming weekend at Colorado State! The re-naming of Amy Van Dyken Way kicked off homecoming Friday morning. The street was named in dedication of the former CSU swimmer and six-time gold medalist who was injured this summer in... READ MORE