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The night was full of Kodak moments Thursday as fraternities and sororities danced in a Battle for the Best Picture-themed Greek Week Unity Stroll.
This year’s Greek Week also included lipsync, outdoor sports and movie poster competitions and the movies assigned to each set of two fraternities and two sororities were... READ MORE
Primary and secondary sexual assault survivors and allies gathered on the Monfort Quad, surrounded by t-shirts expressing their emotional healing Thursday night.
Organized by the Women and Gender Advocacy Center and the Campus Feminist Alliance, Take Back the Night is a nation-wide event as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month that... READ MORE
Police responded to a report of suspicious circumstances and a possible injury in East Fort Collins at 4:37 a.m. Thursday. Upon arrival at the scene, Fort Collins Police discovered that a woman had been shot and was deceased, and a search of the area revealed the dead body of the woman’s husband,... READ MORE
Traffic stops. A lost student. A frantic individual on an unknown substance. An intoxicated man passed out on the side of the street. A visit to the hospital. An apartment fire. Backup from paramedics and firefighters. Sirens, lights, radios, codes, safety, enforcement. An experience. A crazy night.
When I arrived at... READ MORE
One episode of Ram Rants left!
In this episode, guest host Karsen Buschjost sits down with Jeffrey Miller to talk about the Spring Winemaster’s Dinner happening May 5th. Then we chat with Laura Pibel about the upcoming Chalk Art exhibition happening at the Lory Student Center Plaza on April 29th.
To contact... READ MORE
Students and community members will march through the streets of Fort Collins Thursday night to speak out against sexual assault and show support for survivors and their allies.
Colorado State University’s Campus Feminist Alliance will host the University’s 17th Take Back the Night march, rally and speak out.
Maryanne Miko Flasik, first year... READ MORE
Saddle up and buckle down, because the Legends of Ranching performance horse sale is more than just an auction for consigned horses. Colorado State University’s equine science students get the hands-on experience of personally training these horses by caring and raising them in time for the sale.
The Legends of Ranching... READ MORE
A new website was built to keep records of all documents for the Associated Students of Colorado State University to make it more organized for members and more transparent for students.
Allie Eret, ASCSU controller and creator of the website, said that they used a U-Drive folder to keep records of... READ MORE
A new safety app that utilizes GPS location services has been approved by Colorado State University administration, despite concerns that the app may not be effective.
Associated Students of Colorado State University will bring a safety app called 911 Cellular to campus.
There is an annual fee of $20,000 to $25,000 for the app, which... READ MORE
Those who practice martial arts styles Aikido and Pencak Silat find both to be less about the “martial” aspect of the art, and more about generating community and bringing awareness to Japanese and Indonesian culture.
Aikido of Fort Collins and Inner Wave Pencak Silat both performed at the Diverse Martial Arts Demo... READ MORE
Two incidents of suspicious activity occurred north of campus Monday, according to an email from the Public Safety Team.
A male seen on the roof of a house appeared to be peeping into the window of a female using a computer. The second incident reported that a female woke up to a male... READ MORE
This week, I took a gander into the exciting ERHS 492, which is an eight-week environmental health seminar course.
A what, you ask? It’s an eight-week spring course specifically for juniors studying environmental health to prepare them for a seven-credit internship during their senior year.
“We talk about writing résumés and cover... READ MORE
When Colorado State University proposes its 2015-16 school year budget to its Board of Governors May 7, the University will request a 5.5 percent increase in tuition for resident undergraduates, a 4 percent increase for non-resident undergraduates and 3 percent increase for graduate students. All of these increases fall below the state... READ MORE
A committee dedicated to RAMweb design gathered Tuesday to decide which aspects of the student portal are going under the knife, and what new features will be available.
According to Registrar Chris Seng, the new RAMweb will be more logically organized, user-friendly and modern.
“The overall look and feel of the student... READ MORE
If current legislation passes through the Colorado Senate, public universities will be required to have a specific policy in place to respond to cases of sexual assault.
Although this legislation is new to the state, its requirements are not new to Colorado State University.
The bill, called the Campus Sexual Assault Victim Medical Care Bill... READ MORE
On this episode of CTV News, reporter Patrick Enslow takes an inside look at the new sober drive in town that can get people who have had one too many to drink home safely for just one dollar. Karsen Bushjost checks out the latest CSU construction site where apartments are... READ MORE
Banana bread and key lime are only two of the hundreds of liquid nicotine flavors available for testing in Fort Collins electronic cigarette stores, but a new Fort Collins smoking ordinance has forced some store owners to stop allowing sampling inside the store.
Tasting bars that previously allowed customers to sample products... READ MORE
Max Roberts, an employee at Rocky Mountain Raptor Program, handles birds of prey on a daily basis and said he does more than just clean cages.
“You can get hands-on medical experience with injections, catching and releasing,” Roberts said. “You can also get education about how to handle raptors on your wrist.”
He served... READ MORE
Correction: A previous version of this story stated the mountain valley, Pingree Park, was being renamed. Colorado State University’s mountain campus, Pingree Park, is being renamed, not the geographic area.
Pingree Park will now be recognized as the Colorado State University Mountain Campus because of the controversial connection between the area and... READ MORE