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Standing outside of her office, Professor Courtney Daum chats in a steady, engaging voice with students and fellow faculty members. Behind her is a cluttered space littered with political books, sentimental family photos and a bright red League of Women’s... READ MORE
Everyone makes mistakes, and the City of Fort Collins and Colorado State University have Restorative Justice programs which allow legal mistakes to be handled through conferencing instead of through the courts.
Perrie McMillin, program coordinator for Restorative Justice in Fort Collins, said the program allows individuals to take part in a mediated conversation... READ MORE
Stationed on the plaza, five Colorado State University students gathered behind a large container covered with chains. One female student, dressed in the navy blue of an air force uniform, marched up and down in front of the symbolic display.ROTC member Sarah Lawson stands guard in front of the prisoners of war... READ MORE
Older adults at Fort Collins Senior Center met with Colorado State University students on Wednesday for help with technology during AARP’s Mentor Up event.
Twenty-five human development and family studies students met with... READ MORE
On Sept. 19, international child protection and human rights attorney Emily Bartholomew will discuss how children are affected by immigration along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Drawing on her past experiences as an immigration lawyer, Bartholomew will share at 3 p.m. in the Lory Student Center room 276. All participants are welcome.
The Center for Women’s... READ MORE
CTV anchor Kaitlyn Connolly has updates from the Diversity Symposium and anchor Elizabeth Ruiz takes an inside look at the “VetBet”. Also, a preview of great weekend events including the annual city Harvest Festival and the Sustainable Living Fair. Plus weather from meteorologist Elizabeth Prasse and ram sports from Olivia... READ MORE
Video by Kaitlyn Connolly, CTV 11Dr.Freeman Hrabowski III gives the keynote address at CSU’s fourteenth annual Diversity Symposium on Wednesday night.
In 1963, 12-year-old Freeman Hrabowski sat reluctantly in the back of a church in Birmingham, Alabama.
His parents made him go, but he didn’t pay attention. He sat working on math... READ MORE
The 15th Annual Sustainable Living Fair kicks off Saturday, Sept. 20, at 10 a.m. in Legacy Park in north Fort Collins.
According to the Sustainable Living Association (SLA), the host of the event, the fair is expected to attract more than 11,000 people over the weekend, making it the largest of its kind in... READ MORE
On this episode of CTV News anchors Kerry O’conner and Karsen Bushjost have breaking news regarding the Fort Collins Police officer who was fired after the Larimer County District Attorney’s Office charged him with stalking, first-degree criminal trespass and official misconduct. Also information regarding a phone scam targeting CSU students,... READ MORE
Video by Brynn Carman
On Wednesday the highly anticipated official opening of the Animal Science building took place on the Monford Quad. In attendance were students, faculty, donors, head of the Animal Department, Kevin Pond and President Tony Frank.
The newly renovated Animal Sciences building was unveiled yesterday afternoon during a ribbon-cutting... READ MORE
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