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The three co-founders of Grief Support of the Rockies answered questions about the mission of their business and the services they provide to the Fort Collins community Tuesday.
Since February, Kaitlin Jones, M.S., Jessica Kuhn, M.A. and Amanda D. Mahoney, M.A. work collaboratively to meet the needs of both CSU students and... READ MORE
Colorado State University’s Police Department issued an alert in an email sent late Wednesday that a “disruptive and potentially dangerous individual” was contacted by officers several times in the past few days.
Christopher Plum, who is approximately 180 pounds and 5 feet 6 inches... READ MORE
On this episode of CTV news, get an update about the County Clerk and Recorder Angela Myers who requested the Collegian to be removed from the racks at the north end of the Lory Student Center Tuesday morning, on account of “electioneering.”
Anchor Karsen Bushjost has the latest on Mark Udall’s stop at... READ MORE
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Fort Collins City Council repealed the disposable bags ordinance Tuesday, while also developing a new Zero Waste Resolution. The ordinance would have required Fort Collins retailers to charge 5 cents per disposable bag.
“We heard our citizens and responded — the disposable bags ordinance is... READ MORE
Biofuels made by Fort Collins-based company, Red Rocks Biofuels, will help to fuel Southwest Airlines’ planes beginning mid-2016 using the extensive forest waste created by pine beetle kill.
The off-take agreement between the companies is over three million gallons of biofuel a year at an undisclosed price which will be mixed with... READ MORE
The C.P. Gillette Museum of Arthropod Biodiversity has housed one of the most extensive arthropod collections in the region in... READ MORE
To observe the way people look at and interpret food labels, Dan Graham, a psychology researcher at Colorado State, is looking at how people view nutrition information in a mock grocery shopping experiment.
“I... READ MORE
Midterm elections are underway, but some say without the aid of name... READ MORE
Representing U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, first lady Michelle Obama will speak at the Colorado State University Lory Student Center Thursday.
The campaign event is set to begin at 2:30 p.m. The first lady will campaign for Udall in... READ MORE
Representative Jared Polis and George Leing, candidates for the 2nd Congressional District, will debate Wednesday at CSU.
Hosted by the College Republicans at CSU and the CSU Democrats, the debate will take place in Clark A207 at 7 p.m.
Rep. Polis (D) and Leing (R) will be available to meet students prior to... READ MORE
About 20 people every minute become victims of physical violence by an intimate partner in the U.S., according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
In response to the rate of domestic violence in Fort Collins and in the country, Alpha... READ MORE
Alternative spring breaks offer students the opportunity to experience new... READ MORE
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After receiving a cease and desist letter from Steven Zansberg, an attorney at Levine Sullivan Koch and Schultz, LLP, Rocky Mountain Student Media’s legal representation, Larimer... READ MORE
Colorado State University is participating in a $4.3 million national Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) study starting Monday and going through Oct. 31 to better understand why students are leaving science majors.
The study is funded by the National Science Foundation and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and... READ MORE
Colorado State University’s Student Legal Services is hosting Jeff Joseph, an immigration attorney from Denver, Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in room 382 of the Lory Student Center.
Joseph is coming to speak with international students about their legal options for starting a business in the United States.
According to a Source article,... READ MORE
Toilets, wooden boats, potted plants and sod would normally be odd decorations for a parking space.
However, in September, graduate landscape architecture student Evan Moore promoted Park(ing) Day in Fort Collins with three displays in Old... READ MORE
Fort Collins Police Officer Peter DeKraker has been cleared by the District Attorney’s office in the investigation of the shooting incident between him and resident Tino Martinez Oct. 5.
On Oct. 5., DeKraker was performing a welfare check and came in contact with Martinez, who produced a handgun and shot DeKraker in... READ MORE