produced by the students of
Colorado State University
I am writing to enthusiastically recommend Ward Luthi for Mayor of Fort Collins.
I was present for a candidate forum presented by the League of Women Voters of Larimer County March 5, 2015. Ward’s compelling presentations of his stances on the issues and his vision for Fort Collins won me over... READ MORE
Mr. Sean Kennedy recently wrote an article deploring the attention which American media gave to the latest Israeli election. Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu was re-elected to serve his fourth term as Israel’s prime minister, a result which has had America’s government and the media in an uproar. According to Mr. Kennedy,... READ MORE
Welcome back from Spring Break!
This week on Ram Rants, host Jacky Wilson sits down with Sydney Boyle and Rachel D’Atillo from RamEvents to talk about their ‘Bands at LSC’ event, as well as other fun events in the future! Then we chat with CSU Senior Rochelle Galindo about her decision... READ MORE
Monday, March 23 Tuesday, March 24 Wednesday, March 25 Thursday, March 26Monday, March 23
CSU athletics’ four major programs (men’s basketball, women’s basketball, football and volleyball) combined to win 91 games this year, which is the most by any school in the country.
Beth Walker will be the first female dean... READ MORE
With the attention he’s been receiving, you’d think Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu held political office in the United States. American news media exploded last Wednesday, with the results of Israel’s latest elections. Their prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, was re-elected by voters. This has been met by dismay from some U.S.... READ MORE
Nearly every time I log onto Facebook, I am bombarded with news on the new live-action “Cinderella” movie. I haven’t seen the film, but I’m already disappointed.
Images from the movie depict actress Lily James in Cinderella’s iconic blue gown, and, if you look closely, you will realize that... READ MORE
Most people are shocked when they learn I have never eaten meat before. Some raise their eyebrows, others try to force a hamburger into my mouth, but most wonder how my life turned out that way.
Both my parents were vegetarians even before they met each other and saw no need... READ MORE
The week before spring break, Apple held one of their big keynote events to discuss a new range of products they’re releasing in the near future. The one that is getting the most attention is, of course, the Apple Watch. Their new product line synchronizes with your iPhone... READ MORE
Ever since high school, the concept of a college spring break has been fairly clear in all young people’s heads. Unsupervised trips to Cabo, Texas and Florida with all of your friends and nothing but trouble seem to be the norm. Anybody with a Snapchat saw the “Spring... READ MORE
Yes, this is an article about spring break. It may seem strange to be reading an article about spring break after the fact, but here it is, and please bear with me.
Hopefully, your spring break was enjoyable, whether it entailed a twenty hour car ride to a beach... READ MORE
Op-Ed of President Barack Obama
Announcing the Student Aid Bill of Rights
In an economy increasingly built on innovation, the most important skill you can sell is your knowledge. That’s why higher education is, more than ever, the surest ticket to the middle class.
But just when... READ MORE
Dove has teamed up with Twitter in a partnership for social change in attempt to reduce body image negativity on social media. Last year, nearly 5 million tweets were sent out containing negative body image messages. By pairing up with Twitter, Dove hopes to live out its mission of promoting... READ MORE
There was quite the hullabaloo over the recently-vetoed Keystone XL Pipeline. Was it a victory for the environment, or just environmentalists?
Environmental groups saw an opportunity to rile the public. The Obama administration saw an opportunity to improve its political posture. Republicans couldn’t rebut.
I’m not ready to say that environmentalists are... READ MORE
Point-scoring is, and always will be, part of politics, but sometimes the “game” goes too far.
The open-letter to Iran signed by 47 Republican Senators is one of those times. Tom Cotton, author and organizer of the letter, used a combination of American Government 101 and condescension to imply that Iranian... READ MORE
In order to have a functioning and healthy democracy, there must be a transparent government. Flying in the face of government transparency is a sneaky agreement that has been in the works called the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP. It is a free trade agreement between the U.S. and... READ MORE
We’ve got a scandal alert.
Over the weekend, it came to light that Hillary Clinton’s emails were routed through her own private server. At the time, Clinton was serving as Secretary of State. This is significant because Clinton’s boss had mandated that all members of his cabinet set up... READ MORE
Dear Conflict Resolution,
How do I get my roommate to pick up her mess? - Frustrated With Filth
Ah, the classic messy roommate problem. One of the reasons this particular conflict is so common is that it centers on fundamental differences in perspective. Each of us see the world through a... READ MORE
Monday, March 9 Tuesday, March 10 Wednesday, March 11 Thursday, March 12Monday, March 9
Celebrate everyday: International Women’s Day was Sunday. Hooray for celebrating incredible women throughout history. But also, let’s do that every day, not just one day in March.
Go Rams: CSU women’s basketball won its second... READ MORE