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The task of picking out what technology you need can be a daunting one, especially when the choice hinges on something as important as school or your job. Therefore, here are five recommendations for what technology to use to get your work done quickly and safely.
1. Gmail. If you use... READ MORE
Are you sick of the construction? Are you tired of your half-awake stumbles to your 9 a.m. classes being rudely punctuated by the crews around Eddy? Fatigued of the seeming crawl of traffic downtown? Whether driving around town or navigating the crowds around construction areas on campus, many in the... READ MORE
Tony Frank’s recent letter concerning the on-campus stadium has caused some to believe that the administration has given up trying to build a main campus stadium, which isn’t true. Rather it was a preamble to Dr. Frank’s request to the Board of Governors to delay their decision on the proposed... READ MORE
I would not go as far as to say that I was a social outcast of sorts up until college, but I was definitely a wanderer; weaving in and out of friend groups and various cliques that I was able to temporarily fit in with, but those friendships collapsed under... READ MORE
The Supreme Court, with its lofty rhetoric and billowing robes, is a bastion of tradition and order, with a powerful voice in how government operates. Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes said that laws are “just prophecies,” that it is judges who bring those predictions into a clear reality. How unfortunate, then,... READ MORE
Perhaps you have seen or heard about in recent days the student and faculty protests in Jefferson County that stemmed in part from a proposal by the school board to change the history curriculum. These changes would emphasize the superiority of the Free Market, as well as the good... READ MORE
Over the weekend, protests in Hong Kong have intensified to dangerous levels as riot police and protesters clash in the streets. The situation arises from a complex arrangement between Hong Kong and the Chinese central government, famously called, “one country, two systems.” In brief, Hong Kong is allowed much more... READ MORE
Sixty-four college campuses are now under investigation for Title IX complaints related to sexual violence, and the number keeps growing.
And it’s about time – administrators nationwide have been mishandling sexual assault complaints for far too long.
Emma Sulkowitz, a senior at Columbia has vowed to carry around a dorm mattress... READ MORE
The social media world is alive, yet again, with the uproar of movement. I’m not surprised if your Facebook home feed currently resembles something different than the usual mix of photos and Buzzfeed links, instead featuring re-posts about the Jefferson County School District or commentary on any other type... READ MORE
Monday mornings on a college campus have a distinct feel. Classrooms are filled with snap-backs shielding eyes from fluorescent lights, cardigans crafted into makeshift pillows and chatter about the weekend.
It’s no surprise that most of the chatter includes the retelling of bar shenanigans and house party wins and failures.... READ MORE
Recently appointed United Nations Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson delivered a powerful speech about gender inequality in front of the U.N. last week. The former “Harry Potter” actress launched the campaign HeForShe, which urges men to get on board in the fight for gender equality and to raise their sons and... READ MORE
Like many Colorado State University students (and customers in general), I feel that Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 8, is a disaster. This would be good news to Apple users like myself, but as a business minor, I have a certain interest in free market capitalism and competition therein.... READ MORE
Is Spotify poisonous to the music industry? The Black Keys, Coldplay and a multitude of other bands seem to think so. The Black Keys are one of the bands who most strongly oppose Spotify, pulling their last two albums from the service. The reason musicians often criticize Spotify is usually due to... READ MORE
As the whole world knows, Steve Jobs, former co-founder, CEO, and visionary leader of Apple, passed away in 2011. Now, the common refrain is that when Jobs died, any magic Apple may have had died with him.
In some ways, this argument is impossible to dispute. Few people have the... READ MORE
While walking through the plaza, voting advocates armed with clipboards have urged us all to register and vote. Electoral candidates, on the other hand, have yet to visit the Colorado State campus and give us a reason to vote during a close and contentious election cycle where our vote matters. Historically, midterm elections... READ MORE
Just as the public finished exhaling from last week’s sports scandal, authorities in New York City stepped into the spotlight and provided another excerpt to a chilling narrative on government control in the States that needs to stop. Following Sunday’s People’s Climate March, the streets of New York City were once... READ MORE
Tuesday marked the third consecutive school day in which high school students from Colorado’s Jefferson County (JeffCo) School District staged walkouts in protest of a proposed change the AP U.S. History curriculum. Hundreds of students from six different schools left classes armed with posters to peacefully protest on street corners.... READ MORE
Up until recent years, commercial space travel and establishing the human race on other planets only existed within the realms of science-fiction. Now, with organizations such as SpaceX and Mars One, the idea of colonizing the Red Planet is more possible than ever before.
The most prominent organizations currently working toward a way... READ MORE
The Rocky Mountain Student Media Corporation moved from our office on South College Ave. to the basement of the Lory Student Center Tuesday. On the editorial content side, Collegian.com, the Rocky Mountain Collegian, CTV, KCSU and College Avenue are now located within the basement office of the LSC. The move is... READ MORE