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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
The 15th Annual Sustainable Living Fair kicks off Saturday, Sept. 20, at 10 a.m. in Legacy Park in north Fort Collins.
According to the Sustainable Living Association (SLA), the host of the event, the fair is expected to attract more than 11,000 people over the weekend, making it the largest of its kind in... READ MORE
On this episode of CTV News anchors Kerry O’conner and Karsen Bushjost have breaking news regarding the Fort Collins Police officer who was fired after the Larimer County District Attorney’s Office charged him with stalking, first-degree criminal trespass and official misconduct. Also information regarding a phone scam targeting CSU students,... READ MORE
The NFL started to take some heat from various sponsors on Tuesday, including Anheuser-Busch, Campbell’s Soup Co, and Visa. These corporations started to voice concern over the NFL’s recent handling of domestic violence cases.
Anheuser-Busch was the most outspoken about the issue, making it clear that the NFL did not... READ MORE
It is one thing to start a few matches during your freshman year at a Division I program.
But when you are the team leader kills for half of those matches, and... READ MORE
The Colorado State men’s golf team successfully defended the Fort by taking home first place at the third annual Ram Masters Invitational at the Fort Collins Country Club.
The win marks the first for... READ MORE
The effects of social media are many, but there are clear times when it serves as a boon to society. In Philadelphia, on Tuesday, social media users responded to a video posted by the Philadelphia Police Department, helping the detectives... READ MORE
Ahhh, autumn weather. The air is cool, the leaves are changing, and divorce is in the air… wait a minute, what? I was just strolling along the Oval and heard the geopolitical gossip that our wry neighbors from across the pond are in a bit of a domestic crisis.... READ MORE
On Sept. 8, the U.S. Senate advanced an early proposal for a constitutional amendment that would have allowed Congress to regulate campaign reform going forward. This would have effectively nullified Citizens United v. Federal Election Committee, a U.S. Supreme Court decision from 2010 that demolished a century’s worth of... READ MORE
On Wednesday, widely acclaimed beat generation poet and Pulitzer Prize winner Gary Snyder shared his poetry, thoughts and wisdom with a room packed full of nearly 500 guests.
The talk was originally scheduled to take place in the University Center of the Arts’s Organ Recital Hall, but it was moved to... READ MORE
If you are willing to pay some extra money to see films and exclusive interviews with the cast and crew before they are released to the public, the Lyric Cinema Café has the answer for you.
The Lyric hosted a New York Film Critics Series screening for “Hector and the Search... READ MORE
Of the many food options the Lory Student Center food court has to offer, some are healthier than others. Of the LSC restaurants, which items on the menu are the worst and the best for you?Panda Express
Although hunger can often influence decisions you make in the food court, no one... READ MORE