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Only two more days until the weekend! Wednesday was beautiful with temperatures spiking up to the 70 degree mark in Fort Collins. Thursday will bring a return to more normal temperatures. Today’s high is 62 degrees. This afternoon would be a great time to do some last minute pumpkin carving... READ MORE
The average temperature has fallen to 59 degrees as we near the end of the month, but Wednesday will be a bit warmer than that. You’ll need a jacket this morning and this evening, but you may be able to get away without during the afternoon hours. Expect a few... READ MORE
*This article has been amended to clarify: Rep. Polis did not support a fracking “ban”, but a bill that would force fracking operations at least 2,000 feet from schools, hospitals, and other community facilities.
The following endorsements have received careful consideration, and are chosen and voted on by a majority of our... READ MORE
All eyes are on the Colorado Senate race for the midterm elections this year. Drastic political and social policy differences between incumbent Democrat Mark Udall and challenger Republican Cory Gardner, and the potential to sway the Senate majority, have split voters down the middle and made for a tight race,... READ MORE
Current Gov. John Hickenlooper, D, is looking to hold his position against Republican Bob Beauprez. The two have had a rocky relationship brought on by attack ads and public criticism of each other, which CSU students saw firsthand at their debate earlier this month.
The candidates appear to be virtually tied, according... READ MORE
Republican candidate Tim Bessler and Democratic candidate Jeni Arndt are running for the open state representative seat in House District 53. This district encompasses western and southern Fort Collins. Both candidates have strong ties to the Fort Collins community and very similar views on key issues. The one issue that... READ MORE
Amendment 67 is set to appear on the Nov. 4 ballot for the state of Colorado. If the amendment passes, unborn human beings will be included under the definition of “person” or “child.”
“This will be the first time that an amendment of this nature will be on the ballot in Colorado,” said... READ MORE
Have you recently seen students in uniforms directing traffic around campus, but you don’t know who they are? Well, the CSU Parking and Transportation Services have started to fund two new positions this academic year in a hope to make campus an even safer environment for students. The new positions... READ MORE
The morning of October 30th, the Veterans Symposium was held in the North Ballroom of the LSC. The CEO of the Student Veterans of America, D. Wayne Robinson spoke about how we can help the veterans who attend CSU have an easy and accessible transition from our Military forces back... READ MORE
Collegian sportswriters Keegan Pope, Zac Koch, Quentin Sickafoose, Steven Jacobs and Emmett McCarthy rank their top 25 teams in college football for Week 10. Each team’s total number of points is in parentheses.
1. Mississippi State (125) 2. Florida State (119) 3. Alabama (112) 4. Auburn (109) 5. Mississippi (108) 6. Oregon(102) 7. Michigan State (100) 8. Texas Christian... READ MORE
Sept. 12, 2004: the opening Sunday Night Football game of the NFL season.
Champ Bailey was starting his first game as a Denver Bronco after a trade with the Washington Redskins for Clinton Portis and a second-round draft pick. During that game, Champ intercepted a Trent Green pass, which... READ MORE
Clowns, to me, have always been an exceptionally twisted concept. They’re almost always unsettling and don’t particularly do anything I find entertaining. I wonder, though, if this is only a derivative of their portrayal in pop culture. It seems like a “chicken and the egg” situation — are clowns just... READ MORE
In case you missed it, the following is an email for Colorado State University students from President Tony Frank urging students to vote.
Tuesday November 4 is Election Day. People in other countries are fighting and dying for the privilege of having a say in the running of their government. Our own voting... READ MORE
Though we encourage all CSU students to have a great time this Halloween, we think it is wise to take safety precautions and be smart when consuming substances, because police are often on the prowl on this rowdy holiday. Anyone hosting a party should be aware that noise citations can result in a $1,000 fine... READ MORE
Christopher Nolan’s new film “Interstellar” may have a chance to be the first sci-fi film to win an Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, better known as “The Academy,” has given out the award to 86 films. Every major genre of film can claim... READ MORE
The spookiest part of the year is just about to arrive. Halloween is Friday, and as young adults, Halloween gives us a lot of options. If you weren’t quite sure how to go about the holiday this year, check out this survival kit to get you through.
A staple of Halloween is... READ MORE
Taylor Swift owes her charm largely to the country pop genre she made her own. Without being either too country or too pop, she appealed to a variety of fans and created an image of herself as a young woman with a guitar and a knack for writing poetry that... READ MORE