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Running as write-in candidates, Lauren Wester and Filipp Dedogryuk announced their ASCSU presidential campaign Thursday.
Wester, ASCSU deputy chief of staff and international studies major, will run with Dedogryuk, a senator for the College of Natural Sciences and a junior psychology major.
According to elections manager Andrei Gurau, the candidates will announce their platform... READ MORE
In dining halls, students with known dietary restrictions often struggle to find appealing options or identify what they can eat. At Colorado State University, programs created by dietitians like Nutrition and Wellness Programs Manager Brittney Stuard attempt to make students’ choices easier.
Revenue from legalized marijuana taxes is not going to public Fort Collins schools.
Many who voted for Colorado’s Amendment 64 hoped the taxation on legalized marijuana would significantly boost school funding. However, Poudre School District will not be receiving any of this funding, according to Nancy Tellez, PSD board of education... READ MORE
The Associated Students of Colorado State University Elections Committee imposed four fines totaling $60 on the Sydoriak-Albaugh presidential/vice-presidential campaign Tuesday.
According to Elections Manager Andrei Gurau, $5 was fined from the campaign for violating Referenda and Elections Code Article II, Section F. Section F states that the campaign period shall begin... READ MORE
During his six years in the military, Jason Sydoriak learned to communicate with a variety of people. From getting food and water to locals, to bonding with his fellow marines, coordination was key.
Sydoriak, a presidential candidate for the Associated Students of Colorado State University, and his running mate, Taylor Albaugh, said they... READ MORE
Five months ago, he lost his ASCSU senate seat due to an impeachment. Now, he is running for student body president.
Sustainability, increasing diversity and fighting for student rights are three main platforms of Kwon Yearby and Clayton King’s “Fight On” campaign. These candidates hope to encourage a green campaign by connecting to... READ MORE
With yesterday’s launch of the new RamRide smartphone application, safe rides home for students are now a more reliable option.
RideRide and Mobile Knowledge have teamed up to create a mobile app that will allow students to get home safe while increasing efficiency for RamRide employees. The app will give patrons... READ MORE
On this episode of CTV news we have an update on the motor that burn on the roof of the Plant Sciences building yesterday. Plus, anchor Karsen Bushjost had an exclusive interview with a CSU student who is a finalist for the Truman Scholarship. Plus, we see how CSU pups... READ MORE
Due to weather concerns, the ASCSU candidate debate scheduled for Wednesday was canceled. The debate will be held on the plaza Friday from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. instead.
Candidates for ASCSU president and vice president are Jason Sydoriak with Taylor Albaugh, and Kwon Yearby with Clayton King.
The voting period will begin April 6 at... READ MORE
With the Associated Students of Colorado State University campaign season upon us, the Collegian took to the plaza to ask students what they think of ASCSU, and what they expect from their student government.
Although many students were not familiar with what ASCSU does, they said they would like more interaction... READ MORE
The bubonic plague typically conjures images of Medieval Europe, but research at CSU is bringing the Black Death to light, which still exists today in African mice.
In order to meet the growing demand for food in northern Africa, much of the native woodland forests have been converted into cultivated farmland.... READ MORE
Some students are turning to artificial and natural supplements to improve cognitive function to deal with the demand of the college lifestyle.
Nootropics are supplements that range from natural to artificial compounds, and are thought to enhance cognitive function. Nootropics are not illegal, and are used in other countries. However, studies... READ MORE
President and vice president candidates for ASCSU will debate on the plaza Wednesday at 11:30 a.m.
The debate will last for approximately two hours, and students will be able to ask the candidates questions.
Candidates include Jason Sydoriak with Taylor Albaugh and Kwon Yearby with Clayton King.
The voting period will begin April 6... READ MORE
More than $239 million in bond sales were secured by the Colorado State University System Thursday for construction of the new on-campus stadium, according to a press release. The bonds sold in less than 90 minutes.
$220 million of the bonds will be used toward construction, which is set to begin this... READ MORE
The idea of using algae as an ink source started in the greeting card aisle while Scott Fulbright, graduate student in cell and molecular biology at Colorado State University, was searching for a card for his grandmother. Dissatisfied with the cost and lack of unique and meaningful options, he and... READ MORE