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Colorado State University’s 2012-2013 male athlete of the year is headed to Turkey to play for Besiktas.
Colton Iverson’s agent Adam Pensack confirmed that Iverson plans to join Besiktas this upcoming season.
“Boston’s roster is not ideal for us right now. There is a chance it... READ MORE
The 2012-2013 academic year brought much success to the CSU Athletic department.
Both Men’s Basketball and Women’s Volleyball made consecutive NCAA tournament appearances. Senior Colton Iverson led the basketball team, while senior Dana Cranston stepped up as a leader for the volleyball squad respectively.
UPDATE: Jeff Withey was just selected by the Portland Trailblazers. In my opinion, Colton is the next 7ft big man who will be taken.
COLTON IVERSON: As I said earlier, Colton Iverson needs Jeff Withey to come off the board. Although I think he has more scoring talent than Withey, the... READ MORE
Colton Iverson, a graduated center from Colorado State University, is attracting scouts from nearly every team in the National Basketball Association, according to his agent.
Iverson said he is showcasing his talents around the league, proving a Big 10 transfer to the Mountain West can actually improve his draft... READ MORE
Greg Smith sat down at the podium and put his head in his hands. He shook it back and forth, running his fingers over his tight, buzzed haircut.
Colton Iverson entered the interview room shortly after, a towel wrapped around his neck and his eyes still red from crying.
Both of their... READ MORE
After 24 years, the drought is over for CSU basketball.
The Rams came out firing and did not cool down, beating Missouri 84-72 in their second round match-up in the NCAA tournament Thursday night.
The victory ends a drought of NCAA tournament wins for CSU that dates back to the 1988-89 season... READ MORE
In dining halls, students with known dietary restrictions often struggle to find appealing options or identify what they can eat. At Colorado State University, programs created by dietitians like Nutrition and Wellness Programs Manager Brittney Stuard attempt to make students’ choices easier.
Colorado State sophomore Elisabeth Rau has been named Mountain West Golfer of the Week for her performance at the MountainView Collegiate Invitational March 20-21.
“I am so honored and excited to have been selected as Mountain West Golfer of the Week,” Rau said. “With the help of Coach Young,... READ MORE
With momentum beginning to pick up, the Colorado State baseball club team has its sights set on conference play. CSU will take on in-state rival Colorado in a four-game home series this weekend to kick off play in the Mid-America West region.
“It’s our must-win rivalry,” senior outfielder Matt Hart said. “If... READ MORE
CSU’s men’s lacrosse club endured a tough four-game slide, but its season is back on track after getting a much-needed win this weekend against Chapman University in Boulder.
Though the Rams started the season unbeaten through six games, including wins over in-state foe Northern Colorado and a 15-4 stomp over fellow... 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
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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
Drag shows are not just for queens, but for kings too. At least for Hayley Wilson, a senior biology and psychology major who breaks the stereotype by dressing as a drag king for her performances at Colorado State University’s bi-annual drag show.
“It’s a fun and easy way to experience a different... READ MORE
Note: This article is satirical.
The United States Postal Service has recently issued a new postage stamp that is being celebrated nationwide. Much like the Liberty Bell Stamp, this new stamp celebrates the long and colorful history of our nation with class and grace.
The new Tramp Stamp features a timeless piece... READ MORE
In a recent press conference, CSU President Tony Frank announced to the public that he still can’t explain all of the bikes that somehow wound up in his house.
Frank’s wife, Fran Frank, estimates that the bikes are reaching approximately “a dozen baker’s dozens,” which our mathematicians inform us is “a... READ MORE