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Colorado State University
Current Vice President for University Operations Amy Parsons was named Executive Vice Chancellor Tuesday.
“Having a full-time, No. 2 person headquartered in Denver allows the Chancellor the ability to continue to effectively serve the System’s flagship institution while also ensuring smooth and consistent operations for the System,” President Tony Frank wrote... READ MORE
Senior social work major Evan Decker rarely encounters any level of simplicity when she needs to pee. She instead faces fear, intimidation and even threats.
“I wonder what it’s got under there,” someone once said as they gazed down at her crotch, she said.
As a transgender female, Decker said the heavy... READ MORE
In spring 2015, there were a total of 1,261 veterans enrolled, with 850 on campus and the remainder in online courses.
Team Rubicon, a nonprofit disaster response organization comprised of veterans and first responders, allows veterans to give back to the community. It was founded in 2010 after a few Marines went to... READ MORE
A report by statistics professor Mary Meyer details an analysis of salaries of regular faculty at Colorado State University. The salaries database, analyzed by Meyer, outlined gender as a variable for faculty salaries.
According to Meyer’s report, there may be existing pay discrepancies and target salaries based on gender for the fiscal year 2014. Her results are based... READ MORE
In a show of solidarity for children with cancer, students shaved their heads on campus Friday, raising an estimated $4,400 for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
Kate Douglas, president of Alpha Phi Omega (APO), brought a St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraiser to Colorado State University last year.
“About a year and a half ago I... READ MORE
Interpreting leaked National Security Agency documents, investigating the criminal justice system and working for the New York Times and Guardian are only a few experiences of Colorado State University alumnus Gabriel Dance. Dance attended CSU from 1999-2003 and majored in computer science and journalism.
“I actually worked for the Rocky Mountain Collegian during my time at CSU,” Dance said.... READ MORE
Two Peeping Tom incidents were brought to the attention of students in late April, and now as summer begins, Fort Collins Police Services Deputy Chief Cory Christensen said that similar suspicious activity typically occurs when weather is warm.
Because invasions of privacy, or Peeping Tom incidents, are a “crime of opportunity,” according to Christensen,... READ MORE
Update: 1:35 p.m.
With the possibility of heavy snow in Northern Colorado, the National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning. The warning is in effect from 9 p.m. to 9 a.m. Sunday.
The rain will turn into heavy snow that may cause low visibilities and hazardous travel conditions. Heavy snow, with... READ MORE
In an e-mail sent early Thursday morning, Tony Frank alerted campus officials of an opportunity for the University to save money in the long run by proposing an additional sale of $18 million in bonds to fund the completion of an academic portion to the new on-campus stadium.
“At this time, I... READ MORE
The Colorado State University Board of Governors approved CSU’s proposed tuition increases for the 2015-16 fiscal year Thursday. With the approved increases, per semester, a current resident undergraduate will pay $433 more in tuition costs, and a non-resident undergraduate can expect an increase of $962.
In total, all proposed tuition increases amount... READ MORE
The Colorado State University Board of Governors named Tony Frank as Chancellor of the CSU system and also voted to combine the roles of the Chancellor so that Frank can still serve as president at the Fort Collins campus.
The board... READ MORE
This week on Classroom Press with Jess, I got social and caught a glimpse of what goes on inside the doors of SOC100 – General Sociology, taught by Jason Downing. Lucy Robb, a freshman biochemistry student in the class, took me behind the scenes. Here, have a gander.
Sociology is the... READ MORE
Walking into Morgan Library, Robert Serunjogi greets almost everyone he sees and wishes them a good day.
Serunjogi, a custodian at Colorado State University, is most known for being a friendly face around campus. But what many do not know is that he is a survivor of the Ugandan civil war,... READ MORE
Fort Collins is a growing city that is closely located to a major interstate. This makes it easy for sex traffickers to come and go, according to Samantha Aschwanden, vice president of No More Injustice, the student organization that runs Enslaved.
During the month of April, 10 men were arrested for responding to... READ MORE
As of 6:43, students reported that the Behavioral Sciences Building was still experiencing issues of power going on and off.
The power went off in parts of Fort Collins and Colorado State University at approximately 5:25 p.m. Wednesday, and came back on within about 10 minutes.
Fort Collins Police Department has... READ MORE