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A student fell from the fourth floor of a building on campus at the Academic Village residence hall Thursday, according to a CSUPD spokeswoman. The person was injured.
The incident is still under investigation and no additional information is being released at this time.
Collegian Reporter Christina Vessa can be reached at email@example.com or on... READ MORE
Nebraska and Oklahoma filed a lawsuit with the U.S. Supreme Court asking to reverse Colorado’s legalization of marijuana Thursday.
The states are arguing that the legalization of marijuana has led to increased amounts of the drug crossing state borders.
“Marijuana flows … into neighboring states, undermining Plaintiff States’ own marijuana bans, draining their treasuries, and placing... READ MORE
A candle light vigil and peaceful protest will take place Wednesday at 6 p.m. outside the Lory Student Center in observation of 141 civilians killed by terrorists in Pakistan.
On Tuesday, Pakistani Taliban attacked an army-run school in Pakistan killing 141 people. Among the casualties from the attack were 132 children.
The event was organized by the... READ MORE
When Megan Aanstoos was confronted with a challenge, she took it upon herself to find a solution.
Aanstoos, a graduate student and fifth year Ph.D candidate in the school of biomedical engineering, has experienced hearing loss for almost all of her life.
Last year when she was looking into buying new hearing... READ MORE
A French journalist, artist and colorist work together to create a weekly comic “The Mister Wonderful.” The setting for the comic, however takes places miles away in Fort Collins, Colorado. The main character, Nate, is a Colorado State University undergraduate student.
Tess, the world’s oldest African penguin, recently visited Colorado State University to undergo cancer treatment for the sarcoma located between her right eye and beak. CSU veterinary students and personnel involved in the case described the experience as a rare and educational opportunity.
“Tess is currently doing great and... READ MORE
While busy studying for their final exams, some Colorado State students also spend their time celebrating Hanukkah. This year, the Jewish holiday falls from Tuesday to Dec. 25.
According to Zachary Josephs, vice president of Jewish fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi and sophomore English major, students should not expect the University to give students time... READ MORE
Fort Collins police arrested Jose Ornelas-Licano, 40, the man accused of shooting at officers, Saturday afternoon. He was taken into custody at approximately 2 p.m. at Prospect Road and Shields Street without further incident, according to Deputy Chief Cory Christensen.
On Friday night at about 7 p.m., Ornelas-Licano shot at Fort Collins... READ MORE
Forty white skates, 20 vibrant costumes and endless amounts of heart pushes the Colorado State University Figure Skating Team to victory.
The club team, composed of 20 CSU female students, competes against schools in the Pacific region of the country, including University of California San Diego and University of Colorado Boulder. The team... READ MORE
Colorado State University sophomore biology major Althea Weeks held her Althea4Althea Against Ebola presentation in Laurel Village’s Pavilion Thursday to raise awareness and funds for her friend in Liberia, also named Althea Weeks.
During the event, Weeks and sophomore health and human sciences major Sarah Bibbey read an interview between Weeks... READ MORE
Colorado State University sophomore biology major and resident advisor Althea Weeks will be presenting Althea4Althea Against Ebola in Laurel Village’s Pavilion Thursday at 7 p.m. Anyone is welcome to attend at no cost.
The event will feature an interview between Weeks and a Liberian student, also named Althea Weeks, whom Weeks... READ MORE
“Pitch Perfect” does not have it right.
In a classroom in the University Center of the Arts, a group of 16 students meet around a piano, harmonizing and singing. Including intense dance routines with their strong singing, such as that portrayed in “Pitch Perfect” and “Glee,” proves to be difficult and unrealistic.
This... READ MORE
Cold winter weather can be potentially fatal to the homeless population, who are susceptible to the cold since shelter space is limited in Fort Collins. The city has partnered with non-profits to add shelter space to prevent this dangerous situation.
In November, City Council passed an emergency ordinance that allowed temporary winter overflow... READ MORE