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Wednesday was the 9th consecutive day of above average temperatures in Fort Collins. Thursday won’t be the day to break that streak. As per the usual, you’ll need a jacket before 10:00 a.m. Temperatures will reach at least ten degrees above normal Thursday afternoon. There should be some thin, high clouds... READ MORE
What’s in our food? As science has advanced and Americans at large have grown more conscious about what they choose to eat, consumers have pushed for more information from restaurants and grocers on the food they sell to the public. The latest development in this movement has led... READ MORE
Showers throughout Tuesday night and Wednesday morning will end by about 6:00am. Clouds and cooler temperatures will remain in its wake on Wednesday. Some light drizzle may fall before 9:00am. You’ll want a jacket all morning long as temperatures stick to the 50s. Clouds will be pretty thick into the... READ MORE
This week Colorado State University will be hosting speeches by two of the most influential women in America: Michelle Obama and Laverne Cox.
CSU is incredibly lucky to be visited by these women. Obama, in addition to being our First Lady, is an alumna of both Princeton University and Harvard Law School... READ MORE
Video: Patrick Enslow CTV11
First lady Michelle Obama spoke in support of Democrats during the rally for Sen. Mark Udall (D) at Colorado State University Thursday afternoon.
Obama and Udall spoke on issues of women’s rights, interest rates on student loans and the importance of young people’s involvement in elections. Healthcare for all,... READ MORE
Check out our live coverage on Twitter of Michelle Obama’s speech at the Lory Student Center. Use the hashtag #FLOTUSCSU to join in on the conversation.
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On CTV News Wednesday, Brother Jed and followers take to the plaza and cause tension between students around the stump. Plus, Colorado State President Tony Frank spoke at another record breaking year at the 28th Cans Around the Oval. And, CSU students talk about their favorite places to ski and snowboard.... READ MORE
No one said the second half of Mountain West play was going to be easy for No.6 Colorado State, and no one is saying that after Thursday’s match against Boise State.
A slow start for the Rams turned into a five-point run to take the first set, something they hoped to maintain... READ MORE
A lot has been said about the talent on the CSU men’s basketball roster this year. Now fans will have a chance to see for themselves Friday night when the team holds an open practice at Moby Arena.
The Rams went through a bit of a rebuild in 2013-2014 and posted... READ MORE
El Nino approaches.
While Denver experiences some heavy snow every year, averaging about 53 inches of snowfall annually according to the Weather Channel, El Nino years are particularly nasty.
And though most of the places in North America expecting to be affected by this El Nino year are shaking in... READ MORE
To my fellow Rams:
I am a Christian. And if you’ve seen the growing spectacle that is the saga of the plaza preachers, you might not believe the three words I’m about to say, and I don’t blame you.
I love you.
I won’t tell you that by yelling at you, by screaming... READ MORE
There are a total of eight Ebola cases currently in America. Let me repeat that, there are only eight people out of the 300 million people in this country reported to have Ebola, and only one of has died. Thomas Eric Duncan, the patient who died, had almost no suitable... READ MORE
By Guest Author, Kyle Thornburg
Known as an art form fit for bow ties and ball gowns, the opera house seems like an unlikely setting to find a slew of college students. Stepping away from formality, The Opera Fort Collins partnered with local eatery, Avogadro’s Number, to create a casual setting... READ MORE
You see them near the front of the class, oftentimes overeager in the presence of the professor, with pin straight posture and a fresh notebook. These are teaching assistants. TAs are usually graduate students, but there are the occasional skater boy-gone-philosophical and girl-who-just-walked-out-of-Whole Foods thrown in there too. Being a... READ MORE