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On the first newscast of the semester, CTV has the latest on the $220 million dollars to be borrowed for the on campus stadium, as well as what students think of the switch from RamCT to Canvas. Plus, Fort Collins hit record breaking temperatures this week and CTV weather anchor... READ MORE
Colorado State University made a switch from RamCT to Canvas after joining Unizin, a group of universities working toward bettering learning technologies.
Unizin is a collaboration of 10 major universities around the country with the goal of coming together to influence digital learning platforms, such as RamCT and Canvas, and making those... READ MORE
For those Colorado State University students interested in sustainability, The School of Global Environmental Sustainability will be hiring mentors for their summer 2015 Pre-College Summer Sustainability Program. The mentors will be able to learn more about sustainability alongside the pre-college students, while being provided with housing and pay for mentoring the sessions.
“I would highly... READ MORE
The Associated Students of Colorado State University Senate proposed a bill to change the impeachment procedures for all student officials Wednesday.
The author of the bill, Chief Justice Rioux Jordan, said he wrote it as a result of poor impeachment procedures in fall 2014.
“After the impeachment last year — last semester — I... READ MORE
A Colorado State University atheist professor and visiting theist professor will debate the relationship between science and faith Friday. The debate will be held in the Main Ballroom in the Lory Student Center at 7 p.m.
CSU’s Bernard Rollin, a professor of philosophy and animal sciences, will speak from an atheist... READ MORE
Now that the Lory Student Center is completed, fully furnished and being used by students, faculty and organizations, the University is celebrating.
This LSC-centered Student Appreciation and Celebration began Tuesday with an event planning services open house intended to “showcase the Lory Student Center’s Grand Ballroom, event spaces and event planning services,”... READ MORE
Video by CTV reporter Rachel Vigil
A small hole was chipped away from Horsetooth Reservoir for people participating in the Front Range Freeze to run into.
The Front Range Freeze event included a 5K run/walk that took place at Horsetooth Reservoir. Henry Raymond had the fastest time.
After the race, an award for... READ MORE
Video by Kaitlyn Connolly
The crowd could not keep from jumping out of their seats at the fourth annual Clash of the Titans IV rap battle Saturday.
The Lory Student Center Theater was packed beyond capacity with responsive audience members and competitors.
“This rap battle is huge for a lot of students here... READ MORE
Underage students caught drinking alcohol on campus could face slightly different consequences than students caught off campus.
Colorado State University Student Legal Services Staff Attorney Forrest Orswell said that students on and off campus are at risk of receiving a minor in possession ticket.
“When you’re written into... READ MORE
Studying abroad through certain programs at Colorado State University can actually be cheaper than a semester of in-state tuition.
According to Chris Churma, the senior study abroad coordinator for Africa, Asia, the Middle East and the South Pacific, CSU offers multiple study abroad programs that are more affordable than a semester... READ MORE
Smartphones are commonly used to communicate between people, but smartphones can also be used to see communication between the brain and muscles.
Colorado State University professor and researcher Brian Tracy, with students in his Neuromuscular... READ MORE
Colorado State University implements a three-strike system to students who misuse the housing network for illegal downloading.
On the first strike, students must pay a $45 fine to have their computer wiped, followed by instruction on where they went wrong. The second time, the fee is $100 and the Office of... READ MORE
As technology advances, it becomes easier for people to find and interact with one another on the Internet, which is being utilized in the classroom.
StudyRoom, a website designed to connect students in their classes, allows students to easily share notes, find study guides and put together study groups.
In late 2012, Emerson Malca and... READ MORE
The University is searching for a new dean for the College of Business, the largest undergraduate major program on campus. Current Dean Ajay Menon announced his intention to resign in early 2014. Menon will officially step down at the end of the semester.
There are now four finalists for the dean position, each from... READ MORE
The new Tomiko Jones exhibit in Fort Collins strives to create a meditative experience through a minimalist atmosphere and reflective music.
The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins is showcasing photographer Tomiko Jones’ work in an exhibition called “Tomiko Jones – Rattlesnake Lake” until Feb. 28.
The culturally specific exhibit features... READ MORE
At 8 years old, growing up within a sport enthusiast family, Owen Graham found his passion for climbing. Ten years later, he brought his passion to Colorado State University. By combining his education in finance and his leadership skills, he has created a lasting impression at CSU as an adviser for... READ MORE
Video Courtesy: Brynn Carman
Colorado State University received authorization for $220 million in revenue bonds for the construction of the new on-campus stadium Tuesday. Private donations will go toward making annual debt payments on the bonds over the next 30 years, according to Mike Hooker, executive director of public affairs and communications.