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Colorado State University
Biking to work or school may help the environment but it might not be... READ MORE
CTV Reporter Callie Varra ventures to Old Town Fort Collins for Silver Grill’s throwback menu. For their 81st Birthday, the local cafe changed a few of their prices to what they were in 1933. The first lucky 81 customers got to enjoy the special blast to the past prices.
On Saturday Sept. 20, (rescheduled from Sept. 6), approximately 120 students will hike up to the A near Hughes Stadium and work together during three-hour shifts to repaint it.
Dating back to 1923, the A represents the University’s beginnings as an agricultural and mechanical school. That was... READ MORE
Video by Kerry O’Connor
Collegian Central reporter Kerry O’Connor takes a helicopter ride above La Salle, Colorado to get a great view of this years’ design at Fritzler Corn Maze. On its 15th anniversary, the corn maze has more attractions than ever, including the largest Scare Acres haunted attraction it’s ever... READ MORE
The little things add up. No matter where students stand on global warming and climate change, becoming more energy-efficient can save money as well.
Since the average college student cannot afford a hybrid car or solar panels, there are simple alternative ways towards living a greener life.
1. Unplug unnecessary... READ MORE
When senior communications major and TurfToes co-founder Braxton Norwood studied abroad, he noticed a few differences between... READ MORE
Beat poet Gary Snyder is coming to the Colorado State University Center for the Arts Wednesday for a free poetry reading and book signing event. The event will take place at 7:30 p.m. in the Organ Recital Hall.
Snyder won the Pulitzer Prize in 1975 for his publication titled Turtle Island. He is a poet,... READ MORE
In January 2013, Colorado made history with its first legal sales of recreational cannabis after residents voted to pass Amendment 64 in 2012.
The first recreational dispensary in Fort Collins opened in June. According to the Colorado Department of Revenue, Larimer County brought in $126,614 in tax revenue in July, the first full month of... READ MORE
A phone scam making its way around campus has already cost some students over $1,000, according to an email sent by IT Security Manager Steve Lovaas to campus.
The scam entails a person impersonating a government official telling the caller that he or she is in risk of either be arrested or being... READ MORE
The CSU Diversity Symposium continues this week with the keynote speaker, Freeman A. Hrabowski, presenting Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Theatre.
Hrabowski, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, was named one of America’s 10 Best College Presidents in 2009, and one of the “100 Most Influential... READ MORE
The League of Women Voters of Larimer County held a... READ MORE
A Fort Collins police officer was arrested and charged with stalking, 1st degree criminal trespass and official misconduct Tuesday and was terminated from the police department.
The arrest followed a week-long criminal investigation into Officer Jarett Branson’s behavior after a female citizen reported his misconduct to police... READ MORE
The Aspen Grille at Colorado State University officially opened its doors for the academic year Tuesday.
The grill is located on the upper level of the Lory Student Center in the University Club and is operated by students and faculty of the Hospitality Management program at CSU.
While classes are in session, the... READ MORE
Playboy Magazine released its list of top party schools Monday, and Colorado State University was listed as no. 8. The magazine article cited the famous Fort Collins riots as the main reason for the high ranking.
“The many bars that line College Avenue in Fort Collins’s Old Town offer the standard raucous diversions, but... READ MORE
Thanks to recent Colorado legislation, black-footed ferrets, a mammal once thought to be extinct, may soon have a second chance to thrive in their natural habitat.
On September 3, a group of 15 black-footed ferrets were released into 48,500 acres of Fort Collins public open space in the Soapstone Prairie Natural Area.
In... READ MORE
Apple officially unveiled the much anticipated Apple Watch at their fall media event Sept. 9 in Cupertino, California. The smartwatch will be available early 2015 and will compete with companies like Samsung to set a new tech trend in wearables.
Apple’s smartwatch hosts a number of features that hold many changes for Colorado State University students who use Apple... READ MORE
With two new microbreweries now open in Fort Collins, the city is affirming its position as a craft beer capital.
When Zwei Brüder Brewing and Snowbank Brewing Company opened their doors last month, the number of breweries in the community rose to 16.
Zwei Brüder was founded by C.B. & Pott’s employees Eric and Kirk Lombardi,... READ MORE
For the first time in Colorado State University history, the University is publicly addressing the issue of marijuana through a campaign called Recreate Responsibly, even though the substance remains prohibited for CSU students by the student conduct code.
“Use, possession, manufacturing, or distribution of illegal (under federal or state law) drugs including but... READ MORE
Thirteen Colorado State University students took a break from the main campus on land, and are traveling around the world on water through Semester at Sea.
Semester at Sea is a study abroad program that first set sail from the New York Harbor in 1963. The... READ MORE