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Snowy weather doesn’t keep CSU students from discussing hot topic of sustainability.
Roughly 400 students attended CSU’s 37th annual Business Day, hosted by the College of Business and the Dean’s Student Leadership Council, to discuss sustainability and its role in the community.
“Business Day serves to provide both the... READ MORE
Elephants have always been known for their exceptional memories. Now, with the help of detailed GPS tracking data, researchers are one step closer to understanding why.
The study, co-authored by George Wittemyer, a professor in the department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology at Colorado State University, analyzed the movement patterns... READ MORE
Solar panels, occupancy sensor lights and a micro grid are building additions that could keep rare ice samples frozen in case of an electrical outage if a proposal by the Green Energy Team at Colorado State University is passed.
This year’s 2015 Green Energy Challenge, sponsored by ELECTRI and the National Electrical... READ MORE
Local bands, Slow Caves and Wasteland Hop, will perform at the Ramskeller from 3 – 5 p.m Friday. Both bands are playing the show as a kick-off event for the local festival FoCoMX that will take place April 24 – 25.
FoCoMX is a music festival in which over 250 Colorado bands will... READ MORE
On CTV news, meteorologist Austin Harley has your weather forecast as chilly temperatures move in. Also, meet Cam the Rams new lambs. Plus get an inside look at a group on campus dedicated to helping former drug addicts on their road to recover.
CTV anchors Brynn Carman, Kay Bennett, Austin Harley... READ MORE
Local renovations are on the way to smooth the ride for bike commuters.
The City of Fort Collins and Colorado State University have partnered to outline changes to infrastructure and policy to encourage bike travel and increase safety on the road, according to Aaron Fodge, project manager.
Fodge said the updates will... READ MORE
Save some green and be green.
“Bring Your Own Cup Day,” part of Earth Week, will take place April 24. Students will be encouraged to bring their own reusable cups to Morgan’s Grind, Sweet Sinsations and Sweet Temptations around campus to receive a discount of 10 cents on their drinks.
“Students can save... READ MORE
Even if music is not your forte, tune in and take note on all MU100 has to offer. Music of all genres gets the appreciation it deserves in this class, while also serving as an arts and humanities credit.
This week I sat down with Dean Klinkerman, freshman business major, so... READ MORE
Two more episodes of Ram Rants left!
This episode, Gabe Pocrass fills in for Jacky Wilson. He interviews CTV’s very own Brynn Carman about what she has in store next semester for CTV and CSU as the new CTV Video Manager.
To contact host Gabe Pocrass, reach him on Twitter @gpocrass.
With Colorado State University ranked as a top school for sustainability and known as a green university, it is no surprise that there are many alternative transportation options offered to students.
Jacob Kimiecik, director of the Student Sustainability Center, said that as a leader in sustainability, CSU has to try and maximize... READ MORE
Reduce, recycle and use reusable bags for Earth Day.
“I think the students are on board with it,” said Sam Block, director of environmental affairs at Associated Students of Colorado State University. “We want them to see that just doing little things can make a difference in the long run.”
ASCSU is... READ MORE
A “Sustainable Futures Fair” will be held April 20, allowing students to explore career opportunities with over 40 companies in sustainability-related fields.
“We will be hosting a campus-wide networking/ career fair focused on connecting highly-qualified individuals that have similar values and vision,” said David Nocella, Student Sustainability Center career fair coordinator,... READ MORE
There is a difference between studying leadership and actually being a leader.
“Leadership on the Court,” a new experimental class at Colorado State University for the 2015-2016 academic year, will allow students to learn and practice the art of being a leader.
The course will be taught by Karl Zeller, an adjunct professor... READ MORE
When students and faculty leave their computers on unnecessarily, both money and energy are wasted throughout campus.
Already a model for the use of sustainability programs, Colorado State University’s Facilities Management department hopes to encourage other departments to utilize energy-saving software on their computers.
Facilities Management uses a software called PowerSave on over 200 computers within its own... READ MORE
While some businesses in Fort Collins are fed up with the homeless population, a group from Colorado State University is working to help the homeless and foster a healthy relationship with students, the community and those experiencing homelessness.
A new student group, Get to Know Your Neighbor, bridges... READ MORE
As the human population around the world continues to increase, the demand for resources such as food, water and land is also increasing, which can create complex problems in society.
Mark Stetter, dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and one of the leaders of the One Health... READ MORE
Video by: Jordan Temkin
What looks and sounds like giant insects buzz through the air every Monday morning in the yard of Lincoln Middle School. Some of the “insects” do acrobatic stalls and flips, while others zoom past full thrust at speeds of up to 40 mph disappearing over the... READ MORE