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You may have noticed the unseasonable warmth on Monday, and unseasonable would be right. The high was 73 degrees, which tied the record high temperature for the month of January! Warm weather will return again on Tuesday, likely breaking another record high.
The sunshine will be abundant again today as temperatures... READ MORE
The new on-campus stadium has been on the minds and hearts of Colorado State University students, staff, faculty and Fort Collins residents alike for months. Now that we know it’s actually happening, thanks to President Frank’s December announcement, community questions and concerns have naturally centered on what the addition of... READ MORE
Temperatures are forecast to reach well into the 60s on Monday as sunny skies and warm westerly winds prevail. The record high temperature was set in 1932 at 68 degrees. Watch social media for an update on what happens!
You may need a jacket for the early morning, but shorts won’t... READ MORE
Last Thursday, the Colorado Senate Education Committee postponed a Democratic bill that would have capped Colorado State University tuition at 6 percent indefinitely.
The 5-4 vote was split on party lines with all Republican members voting to postpone. To many students, the news was disheartening.
Yet, there is more to... READ MORE
The injury bug has bitten Colorado State mens basketball ever so slightly.
After trotting out the same starting five for the first 11 games of the season, head coach Larry Eustachy had to switch things up when big man Tiel Daniels was sidelined for two games by a calf strain.
Daniels hurt... READ MORE
Snow will fall all across Colorado on Wednesday, but the amounts will greatly vary depending upon how far north/south you go. Areas across southern Colorado, like Trinidad, could see over a foot of snow. Here in Fort Collins, less than an inch of snow is forecast.
Although snowfall amounts will still... READ MORE
The University is searching for a new dean for the College of Business, the largest undergraduate major program on campus. Current Dean Ajay Menon announced his intention to resign in early 2014. Menon will officially step down at the end of the semester.
There are now four finalists for the dean position, each from... READ MORE
The new Tomiko Jones exhibit in Fort Collins strives to create a meditative experience through a minimalist atmosphere and reflective music.
The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins is showcasing photographer Tomiko Jones’ work in an exhibition called “Tomiko Jones – Rattlesnake Lake” until Feb. 28.
The culturally specific exhibit features... READ MORE
At 8 years old, growing up within a sport enthusiast family, Owen Graham found his passion for climbing. Ten years later, he brought his passion to Colorado State University. By combining his education in finance and his leadership skills, he has created a lasting impression at CSU as an adviser for... READ MORE
Colorado State forward J.J. Avila was named Mountain West Men’s Basketball Player of the Week Monday for his season-high 29-point outburst Saturday in a 79-73 win over San Diego State.
The 6-foot-8 senior from McAllen, Texas went 12 of 16 from the field including a floater with 17 seconds left to... READ MORE
The winning streak continues, and along with it hopes for a second consecutive Mountain West title for Colorado State’s women’s hoops team as the Rams took down San Diego State on the road 49-36 Saturday.
Colorado State (14-4, 6-1 MW) got out to a slow start against SDSU (6-12, 3-4 MW),... READ MORE
Whether you like it or not, the stadium is almost certainly going to happen. With this understanding, how can students, faculty and locals ensure that the highly contentious stadium’s impact on our lives is minimal, with its orchestrators held accountable?
Tony Frank has insisted that the stadium will not touch the student money in the... READ MORE
As the second month of the new year approaches, I want to remind you, whether you are going strong with your 2015 resolutions or have already messed up one or two of them, that you can start over anytime. New beginnings are not, and should not, be exclusively celebrated... READ MORE
If someone unfamiliar with the United States had seen the State of the Union last week, they might imagine a country with a robust economy filled with happy workers. In fact, while the economy is strongly rebounding and Wall Street profits have reached near-record highs, wage growth is stagnant.
One industry that has... READ MORE
Now that January is nearly over and you have probably abandoned your goals of going to the gym and eating healthier, allow the Collegian to suggest a New Year’s resolution that you can actually keep: this year, read the book before watching the movie. Countless book-to-movie adaptions are coming to... READ MORE
We are living in an age where Kim Kardashian’s selfies are rampantly traveling through the internet, human interaction is becoming secondary and people actually think we care about their opinions. Living in this tumultuous time of high emotions and decreasing eyesight (from staring at small illuminated screens for so long),... READ MORE
Most critics will say 2014 was a “meh” year for cinema. Well, those same people would probably say “Game of Thrones” is mainstream trash and that puppies and kittens are ugly nuisances. Don’t listen to those people. They aren’t fun at parties, they won’t get your funny jokes and most... READ MORE