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The Colorado State men’s and women’s basketball programs released their 2014-15 schedules Wednesday afternoonColorado State forward JJ Avila (31) and his teammates found out who’ll they be facing this season when the Rams’ 2014-15 schedule was announced Wednesday.
and the only surprise came when it was announced that the Rams would... READ MORE
It may save friends, family or loved ones. On a college campus, it might just stop a best friend from facing the scariest night of their life.
iWitness, a new app, provides protection with the touch of a button. Upon touching the screen, the app begins recording; another tap will... READ MORE
Engineering students have 3-D printers, art majors have canvases and soon fermentation science and technology students will have two brand new breweries.
In Fort Collins, the local beer industry contributes a significant amount of revenue towards the city’s economy. There are more craft... READ MORE
Green and gold fans will take over Coors Field this Saturday, July 26 for Rams at the Rockies.
The event, a collaboration between Colorado State University and the Colorado Rockies baseball club, provides an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, alumni and fans to gather in one... READ MORE
The mountains were calling, and he had to go.
Steven Schwartz is a retired Colorado State University professor and recipient of many awards. His latest award was for his short story collection,... READ MORE
Colorado State University is ranked highly for graduation rates and affordability, according to the College Scorecard developed by the U.S. Department of Education.
“Our students are graduating at a higher rate, leaving CSU with less debt than the national average, and defaulting on their student loans at a much lower rate... READ MORE
An uneasy quiet spread throughout the Fort Collins community this past month after several LED screens foretelling the impending apocalypse materialized on Colorado State University’s campus. The prophetic messages of doom appear every 72 minutes, sandwiched between welcome messages for incoming freshmen and... READ MORE
The big names are gone but the Rams are going to be just fine.
CSU is losing studs on both sides of the ball, such as the school’s single-season rushing leader Kapri Bibbs and MW Defensive Player of the Year Shaquil Barrett.
They left the team in good hands. Look for... READ MORE
Fort Collins residents are receiving phone calls from people claiming to be IRS or governmental officials requesting they make payments immediately.
While the phone calls seem official, they are making immediate demands for payments. If payments are not made, the speaker claims police will be contacted in order to arrest or physically harm... READ MORE
Update: July 29, 2:18 p.m.
Fort Collins mosquitoes tested positive for West Nile virus Tuesday, according to a press release.
The infected mosquitoes were found in the southeast part of Fort Collins. The vector index, a measure of infected mosquitoes, is 0.203 in the southeast area of Fort Collins known as zone 4... READ MORE
A clerical, man-made error kept soon-to-be Colorado State University sophomore Aaliyah Pete from competing in the shot put competition at Friday’s IAAF World Junior Championships.
“Aaliyah is heart-broken,” stated head coach Brian Bedard in a press release. “She took great pride in representing team USA and looked forward... READ MORE
No Kapri Bibbs? No Donnell Alexander? It might be no problem.Former Alabama running back Dee Hart (1) has confirmed to the Orlando Sentinel that he will be transferring to Colorado State next season. After graduating in May, Hart will be immediately eligible for the 2014-15 campaign. (Courtesy: CBS Sports)
Despite losing... READ MORE
The National Association of Basketball Coaches announced its 2013-14 Honors Court, naming former Colorado State University guard Josh Morgan Monday. The list includes 895 student athletes spanning 335 colleges and universities.
The NABC Honors Court recognizes junior and senior men’s basketball... READ MORE
When I graduated high school, my distant relatives and parents’ friends redundantly asked what I planned to study in college.
When I told them I was majoring in journalism, the unanimous response was: “Good for you.” The response to my minor has not been so favorable.
I declared my minor in... READ MORE
Oh, love. After observing others and their romantic endeavors, I’ve come to not care about love for right now. It’s ultimately made me happier in the present and more hopeful for the future.
In my teenage and early college years, I remember constantly comparing myself to my peers who were dating and... READ MORE
In about two weeks, I, Erick Plattner, will become a married man.
According to Census data, most Americans wed when they are between the ages of 27 and 28. At 22, I am a little ahead of my peers.
When people ask me why I am getting married, I always say... READ MORE
Musicians, trendsters, hipsters, metal heads and everyone in-between crawled up from the cracks to South Broadway Avenue in Denver July 24 to 27. The Denver Post sponsored the annual Underground Music Showcase, featuring 400 acts in over 20 venues.... READ MORE
In spite of their oft-cited claims that “love is a construct” and “I’ll probably just die alone,” Colorado State University anthropology Professors Jack Delby and Kristina Marsten have recently unearthed what they are calling “The True Meaning of Love.” The duo first discovered... READ MORE