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Finding the perfect crepe can be a challenge, especially on campus. In fall 2015, Cache la Crepes will offer a variety of treats in the basement of the Lory Student Center.
Cache la Crepes will be located next to Ramskeller and will serve crepes, smoothies, coffee, soda and... READ MORE
As a result of a recent lawsuit filed against Fort Collins, city council will hold an emergency meeting Friday at 4 p.m. to discuss the city’s panhandling ordinance.
The city has broad restrictions on panhandling, which, according to the American Civil Liberties Union, restricts freedom of speech. The Union filed a class-action lawsuit against Fort Collins Feb. 10,... READ MORE
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This episode, Host Jacky Wilson moderates a debate between Rioux Jordan and Skyler Leonard over highly contentious ASCSU Bill #4411. The bill seeks to reform the impeachment process that landed the ASCSU in hot water last semester. Then, Ram Rants Producer Adrian Felix teaches us to... READ MORE
Chemistry and math classes are required for a variety of majors, but some students struggle to maintain a passing grade. To improve student performance, the chemistry and math departments have requested additional funding in an effort to raise students’ grades.
According to Associate Chair of the Chemistry Department Nancy Levinger, approximately 30... READ MORE
For only the second time in University history, Colorado State University veterinary department faculty members have received awards recognizing their achievements in the field.
Two members of Colorado State University’s veterinary community have received high honors from the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges.
The ASCSU proposal to amend their impeachment procedures passed in senate Wednesday.
The bill was in response to issues with the impeachment that occurred last fall. Chief Justice Rioux Jordan, who wrote the bill, said that this makes the processes abundantly clear.
“I’m excited that the bill passed,” Jordan said. “I think it’s very... READ MORE
Although 44 percent of Colorado State University undergraduate credit hours are taught by non-tenure-track faculty, these faculty, such as adjuncts, often do not not receive necessary recognition and support, according to an email sent by President Tony Frank.
“Even as reliance on NTT faculty has grown, we have historically seen adjunct faculty across the... READ MORE
This episode of CTV News is produced by Brynn Carman.
On this Oscars edition of CTV News, anchors Kaitlyn Connolly and Karsen Buschjost play a game of “who won the Oscars.” Plus, CTV sports reporter Grace Reader has her own version of CSU Athletics Oscars. Find out who wins “Best Director... READ MORE
Getting paid to travel the world, and write about the experience, is something many journalism students dream about. CSU is offering a new course that will make that dream a reality.
In summer 2015, the course will take place in Croatia, where students will have the opportunity to travel along the Croatian... READ MORE
Mining large sets of data to identify what makes some plants resilient can be like searching for a needle in a haystack. Researchers at Colorado State University are working together to identify these changes. The hope is to one day engineer plants that can grow well under stressful conditions, such as climate... READ MORE
Colorado State University is helping Colorado residents live and eat better through the new website, Live Eat Play, which provides research based nutrition information to the public.
The website provides nutrition information that encourages an overall healthy lifestyle by promoting good eating habits and being physically active through resources like educational... READ MORE
Video by Patrick Enslow and Taylor Colberly-Vincek
While the bars in Old Town serve as venues for drunken memories, getting home safely can be a challenge for students.
Junior economics major, Kyler Hanson, said that Transfort’s Green and Gold bus, commonly known as the drunk bus, offers a solution.
“Thankfully I don’t drink and drive,... READ MORE
The City of Fort Collins and Colorado State University are near completion of an Intergovernmental Agreement which will mitigate potential impacts due to construction of the on-campus stadium, according to a press release.
Construction and stadium operation will impact the community and surrounding neighborhoods, and several issues will be addressed through the... READ MORE
Students, residents and members of the community are taking steps toward halting construction of an on-campus stadium. Stop the Stadium is a group that will be taking direct, political and legal action to divert a stadium from being built on the main campus of Colorado State University.
The group is organizing a rally... READ MORE