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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 will... 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.Dana Cranston (2) goes up for a kill... READ MORE
In a text sent to reporter Dillon Thomas, Colton Iverson’s agent Adam Pensack addressed draft night, and the weeks leading up to it.
“Colton deserves all the credit tonight. He... READ MORE
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
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Tonight, 60 of the world’s best basketball players will hear their name called in... 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
Colorado State University researchers are leading studies to find the cure to a potential biothreat bacteria which can cause dangerous infections in patients. In May, signs of growth were detected in bacteria samples that were supposed to be inactive.
The bacteria, Burkholderia pseudomallei, is being researched in a biosafety level three laboratory. Two... READ MORE
This Thursday, the Center for Fine Art Photography, the Northern Colorado Renewable Energy Society and the Colorado Clean Energy Cluster will be hosting a panel, discussion and artist talk about the challenges, impacts and results of renewable energy programs.
The panel will take place at the CSU Powerhouse from 6:00-7:30 p.m.... READ MORE
Kappa Delta will host a fall festival, Fall for Kay Dee 2014, Thursday from 5-8 p.m. in order to raise money to prevent child abuse.
The event will have many fall activities ranging from bobbing for apples to a petting zoo for attendees to enjoy, on top of fall baked goods... READ MORE
Cross country repeats second-place finish at Griak Invitational
The Colorado State men’s cross country team fell just short of victory Saturday at the Roy Griak Invitational, settling for second place and edged only by Southern Utah for the top men’s team finish. Redshirt freshman Jerrell Mock, competing in his first-ever collegiate... READ MORE
If you didn’t know yet, you do now.
The Colorado State football team is here to stay.
Until Saturday afternoon, many, myself included, questioned how good this team actually was.
After all, they had defeated a University of Colorado team on opening weekend that has been more unpredictable than this state’s fall... READ MORE
Perhaps you have seen or heard about in recent days the student and faculty protests in Jefferson County that stemmed in part from a proposal by the school board to change the history curriculum. These changes would emphasize the superiority of the Free Market, as well as the good... READ MORE
Over the weekend, protests in Hong Kong have intensified to dangerous levels as riot police and protesters clash in the streets. The situation arises from a complex arrangement between Hong Kong and the Chinese central government, famously called, “one country, two systems.” In brief, Hong Kong is allowed much more... READ MORE
Sixty-four college campuses are now under investigation for Title IX complaints related to sexual violence, and the number keeps growing.
And it’s about time – administrators nationwide have been mishandling sexual assault complaints for far too long.
Emma Sulkowitz, a senior at Columbia has vowed to carry around a dorm mattress... READ MORE
The sounds of Miles Davis will resonate through the halls of the University Center for the Arts Thursday as the CSU Jazz... READ MORE
Fort Collins is no stranger to vast amounts of unique cuisines, and the Maza Kabob restaurant on South College is no exception.
Though Maza Kabob... READ MORE
Kate Simmons had 30 seconds to get to shelter after the siren went off. Between the police and the journalists, there were too many people to fit into one. They... READ MORE