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Colorado State University archaeology professor Dr. Jason LaBelle will be speaking at a symposium titled Lindenmeier: Ancient Lives, Ancient Dreams on Sunday through Wednesday.
The symposium is celebrating the discovery of North America’s largest Paleo-Indian Folsom archaeological site.
According to the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, the educational symposium is a gathering... READ MORE
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Colorado State University’s Indian Student Association is hosting the annual India Nite from 4:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Center on Sunday.
India Nite is a celebration of Indian culture, and will feature free food and free admission for all.
India Nite offers a chance to experience Indian heritage... READ MORE
This Halloween season, the Colorado State University Recreation Center will be hosting the eighth annual Rec-O’-Ween event in October. The event, scheduled for the week of Oct. 27, has been modified for this year’s festivities.
“This year we are actually changing the event,” said Communications Manager Brittany Heiring White. “This year,... READ MORE
The annual fall concert is Friday, and Nico & Vinz and Mike Posner are performing this year. In honor of the upcoming show, here is a look back at some artists that... READ MORE
New York Times contributing writer and Wired columnist Clive Thompson discussed changing technology and its implications on everyday life on Wednesday night at the Hilton Fort Collins.
Thompson shed important insight on four trends that he has seen develop with the progression of modern technology, including public thinking, ambient awareness, new literacies... READ MORE
The protests are reaching their third week, yet many people are uninformed on the issue. Here is a quick crash course on what is happening in Hong Kong:Control of Hong Kong explained
In 1842, Hong Kong Island came under British rule after the Emperor of China and Queen of England... READ MORE
Dr. April Nowell, an anthropology professor at the University of Victoria, will speak Friday night about her research concerning Ice Age Venus figurines.
In her presentation “Pornography is in the Eye of the Beholder: Sex, Science and the Media in the study of Ice-Age Figurines,” Nowell will examine the popular theory that such objects were pornographic... READ MORE
The legacy of Bill Daniels, a cable television pioneer, has allowed many students to attend Colorado State University.
Currently, there are 110 students at CSU who are receiving support... READ MORE
Christine Fruhauf, a human development and family studies associate professor, co-edited “The Lives of LGBT Older Adults: Understanding Challenges and Resiliencies.” The book, published in August 2014, discusses the issues faced by older LGBT men and women.
“It provides an overview of the research that’s been collected the past 20 years that’s related... READ MORE
Since the passing of Amendment 64 in 2012, researchers have been active in working to understand marijuana and its effects on the human brain.
Lucy Troup from Colorado State University’s Psychology Department is conducting research on the impact marijuana usage has... READ MORE
The annual Colorado State University fall concert is Friday, and both campus police and a private security company will be on the lookout for underage drinking and marijuana use.
Sgt. Aaron Turner, an officer with the CSU police department, said police are at the event to ensure the safety of the... READ MORE
The Collegian would like to inform its readers that the content in this article may trigger those affected by sexual assault.
Fort Collins has been plagued by assaults this... READ MORE
The 34th annual 5K Homecoming race will take place Saturday in the Oval as part of Colorado State University’s 100 year anniversary Homecoming celebration. The race will be held from 8 a.m. until 9:15 a.m. The top three finishers in each age division will be... READ MORE
Rioting has become an unavoidable issue among Colorado State University students, according to the ASCSU Senate. Wednesday night the ASCSU Senate approved Resolution #4407: Rioting Not a CSU Tradition.
The resolution officially denounces rioting and reminds students that rioting directly violates articles nine and 10 of the Student Conduct Code.
Article nine of... READ MORE
Colorado State University will have a bonfire, followed by the lighting of the A and fireworks on Friday at 6 p.m.Colorado State University’s homecoming bonfire for the 2013 year. The bonfire, lghting of the A and fireworks for 2014 are scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday, October 17. (Photo Credit: Megan... READ MORE
For the first time in Colorado State University history, a campus street is being named after a former student.
In honor of Amy Van Dyken, the six-time gold medalist swimmer, 1994 NCAA Swimmer of the Year and 50-yard freestyle NCAA champion, centrally-located West Drive will be renamed... READ MORE