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Colorado State University
The first sight of many college freshmen moving into Corbett Hall Thursday was red plastic cups, white plastic balls flying through the air and ping pong tables lined up for the game. Across the street from move-in mayhem front lawns displayed colorful signs saying ‘thanks for ur daughters’ and ‘thanks for your... READ MORE
It’s 2 a.m., you don’t feel safe to drive and you need a ride home. Call your mom? Not an option. Call a cab? You’re broke. The solution? RamRide – a free, safe, no-questions-asked ride home after a night out.
Started in October of 2003, this student-run program operates through volunteers... READ MORE
Smoothies, coffee, Taco Bell, bagels, Panda Express and more bagels.
Those are just a few of the things you can spend your RamCash on.
When you purchase a meal plan, your RamCard gets loaded up with $100 in RamCash. Dorm washers and driers in the dorms only accept RamCash – save up for... READ MORE
Construction projects on campus are in full force, but with a rundown of each one, students can avoid cluttered areas and look forward to new facilities.
The cost of a proposed new stadium is estimated at $254.2 million, as stated in a study by Development Research Partners. LSC Revitalization will cost $65 million... READ MORE
For nearly 14 years, marijuana use for medical purposes has been legal in Colorado and on Nov. 6, 2012, Colorado made history by legalizing marijuana for adult recreational use.
Yet, as of August 2014 marijuana remains an illegal substance on Colorado State University grounds.
Amendment 64 allows adults 21 or older to... READ MORE
Colorado State University is committed to offering offices to different subcultures and demographics where students can express themselves, come together with students who have the same values, build leadership characteristics and define their identity in a positive light.
Diversity offices at CSU work to open up tough conversations, provide support and enable growth... READ MORE
Despite hearing widespread concern over a fee on plastic bags in grocery stores around Fort Collins, City Council passed the ordinance Tuesday and expanded it to include all retailers within city limits.
The ordinance, which imposes a 5-cent fee on all plastic bags distributed at retailers, was passed on... READ MORE
An internet rumor threatens a citizen ‘crime purge’ in several locations across Colorado, including Fort Collins.
The rumor is based off of the film “The Purge”, in which one night a year all crime is legal, and citizens are free to run through the streets and commit dangerous crimes... READ MORE
Starting Aug. 18, students can hitch a ride from one end of campus to the other without breaking a sweat.
Around the Horn, a free on-campus shuttle service aimed at helping students and faculty make their way across CSU’s expansive campus, began running Monday with a limited schedule. The system is operated in partnership with... READ MORE
After a list of alarming “permissions” that a Facebook user must agree to when downloading the messenger app from the Huffington Post went viral, many Facebook users grew wary of the app and what it could possibly be capable of.
Facebook users struggle most with permissions, such as granting the app access... READ MORE
Fort Collins has more restaurants per capita than most cities in North America, and tops the nation in fast-casual dining. There are a lot of opportunities to try something new and you won’t go hungry.
Many restaurants have awesome deals that cater to the budget of a college student, so planning... READ MORE
Jack Graham, one of the most revered yet controversial athletic directors in the history of Colorado State University athletics, has been removed from his position by school president Tony Frank.
Colorado State has tabbed Deputy Athletic Director John Morris as interim director of athletics.
Graham, who hired basketball coaches Ryun Williams and... READ MORE
Looking to pop some tags and only got $20 in your pocket? ARC Thrift Store is holding a moving sale from Friday to Sunday this weekend.
All clothes, shoes, books, toys and household items will be $0.99. Furniture items, not including beds and bed frames, will be 50 percent off.
The sale begins Friday,... READ MORE
Fundraising for Colorado State University continues to reach new heights through community outreach.
Private support for CSU reached $143.3 million in the 2013 to 2014 fiscal year, shattering the previous record set in 2012 to 2013 by nearly $31 million.
“I want to thank our alumni, our students, our faculty, our staff... READ MORE
Osana, a business created by CSU alum Kenn Kelly, sells anti-mosquito soap that can prevent malaria.
Saving a life could be as easy as changing the soap you wash with. Colorado State University alumnus Kenn Kelly founded Osana, a soap company working to prevent mosquito and other sanitation- related deaths.
“A friend’s dad... READ MORE
Nineteen-year-old Colorado State University student Caitlin Vinsonhaler died in a single-car crash in Pueblo early Saturday morning, according to the Pueblo County Coroner.
Authorities said Vinsonhaler sat in the passenger seat of a silver Subaru that flipped several times when the driver, 22-year-old Sean Himmelberg, lost control of the vehicle. Himmelberg and... READ MORE