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Additional charges were placed against CSU student Dillon Moss, who on Sept. 27 was arrested in connection with a hit and run that happened earlier that night, according to a Fort Collins Police press release.
Along with the arrest for suspicion of driving under the influence, Moss is now being charged with... READ MORE
After receiving a cease and desist letter from a lawyer representing Rocky Mountain Student Media, the Larimer County Clerk reversed her decision to remove Collegian newspapers from the Lory Student Center and changed... READ MORE
Fort Collins police discovered that rifles had been stolen from two marked police cars Friday, according to a press release.
The incident occurred in a neighborhood in the northeast part of Fort Collins. Agency issued patrol rifles were taken from each locked vehicle, which had been stored in the passenger compartments. Fort... READ MORE
Colorado State University will host the first female President of Ireland in the Lory Center Main Ballroom Monday at 6:30 p.m.
Mary Robinson is the current United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Change and will present “Climate... READ MORE
Video: Patrick Enslow CTV11
First lady Michelle Obama spoke in support of Democrats during the rally for Sen. Mark Udall (D) at Colorado State University Thursday afternoon.
Obama and Udall spoke on issues of women’s rights, interest rates on student loans and the importance of young people’s involvement in elections. Healthcare for all,... READ MORE
Check out our live coverage on Twitter of Michelle Obama’s speech at the Lory Student Center. Use the hashtag #FLOTUSCSU to join in on the conversation.
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On CTV News Wednesday, Brother Jed and followers take to the plaza and cause tension between students around the stump. Plus, Colorado State President Tony Frank spoke at another record breaking year at the 28th Cans Around the Oval. And, CSU students talk about their favorite places to ski and snowboard.... READ MORE
As Opentober continues, a Wikipedia Editathon was held in the library Tuesday to promote Open Access Week. Open Access Week promotes the use of sources online without having to pay. Students and faculty could come and edit or update Wikipedia pages of their interest. During the event, webcams were set... READ MORE
Second Congressional District candidates Rep. Jared Polis and George Leing debated Wednesday night at an event hosted by College Republicans at CSU and College Democrats at CSU. Moderated by political science professor John Straayer, the debate featured a wide range of student-selected topics.
Straayer began the debate by asking the candidates how they... READ MORE
A large crowd of students gathered around religious activist demonstrations on the plaza Wednesday, which included Sister Cindy holding a pole with used tampons and Brother Jed returning with his usual promises of fire and hell.
Video by Haleigh McGill
Clarification: This post has been updated to make it clear that the group within ASCSU would have been titled CSU’s Diversity Advocacy Council, as well as specify the Supreme Court decision that the ASCSU deputy chief justice referenced. It was also changed to reflect that the bill has been up... READ MORE
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... READ MORE