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On this episode of Ram Rants Rachel Vigil talks Comic-Con with members from the RamCos club who attended the show in full costume and role playing outfits. Plus, the owner of Charming Little Fox is on to show off her geeky charms and jewelry that she will be selling at... READ MORE
There was no sign of rust as the Colorado State men’s basketball team took care of business Wednesday night with a 78-62 win at Nevada.
The Rams (25-5, 12-5 MW) did not miss as beat after having a week off, and the return of J.J. Avila proved too much for the... READ MORE
Time and time again this season, Colorado State head coach Larry Eustachy has said he believes his team is an NCAA Tournament-caliber team. And he’s likely right. With two games left in the regular season, Eustachy and Co. sit at 24-5, and 11-5 in the Mountain West, with a firm... READ MORE
In light of complaints about ASCSU’s transparency over the past year, members of senate and the administration are discussing ways to improve student and ASCSU relations.
According to Vice President Lance LiPuma, senators have proposed placing recording technology in the senate chambers.
“We want to address the transparency issues that have been brought... READ MORE
The final two games of the season could decide the CSU men’s basketball team’s postseason fate. Playing at Utah State is the obvious challenge, but first the Rams (24-5, 11-5 MW) must avoid a letdown in Reno, Nevada. They square off against the Wolfpack (9-19, 5-11 MW) Wednesday at 8 p.m.... READ MORE
Tonight on CTV News, weather anchor Elizabeth Prasse recaps on the snow and what the temperatures will be like for the rest of this week. Plus, see how different religious organizations came together for the faith fair. And sports anchor Grace Reader has a CSU sports trivia game.
Have you ever found yourself riddled with an existential crisis? Keeled over in internal agony because your potential to change the world is too big and seemingly impossible to achieve? Have you ever skipped a class to roll around on the floor and question all the mistakes you... READ MORE
A chance to clinch a share of the Mountain West title presents itself for Colorado State’s women’s basketball team Tuesday night when the Nevada Wolf Pack tips off against the Rams in Moby Arena at 7 p.m.
Two games remain for CSU (21-6, 13-3 MW) in the regular season — the final... READ MORE
The Associated Students of Colorado State University postponed a resolution that would make parking free during finals week and discussed awareness of mental health programs for students at Wednesday’s senate meeting.
“Way too much dissent (was) expressed within Senate and the dissent was carried over,” said Senator Yunus Ozekin, a veterinary medical and... READ MORE
The Biblical book of Esther tells the story of Jewish persecution by Persian Prime Minister Haman in the fourth century B.C.E. Esther ultimately saved the Jewish people from Haman’s plot to kill them, and so each year in the spring, Purim is celebrated.
“Purim, like most Jewish holidays, is the success of the... READ MORE
College is a time when stress-inducing tasks can take a toll on students’ mental health. When used properly, drugs can help tackle the associated anxiety and depression.
The neurons in the amygdala, thalamus and hippocampus play a large role in how depression and anxiety affect emotions. Scientists claim that chemical imbalance in... READ MORE
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The future is now: HTC Vibe offers competition to the Oculus Rift. Virtual reality is almost here!
Yes means yes: The “Yes Means Yes” bill is taking a step in the right direction by changing the legal definition of... READ MORE
What is the worst thing you could be called? For me, I’d take grave offense if someone told me I looked like Rob Kardashian. But that has happened before. If someone told me I looked like 2014 Rob Kardashian, I’d be even more offended, and probably cry into a... READ MORE
Those winter ski trips are about to get considerably more expensive if state lawmakers have their way.
According to a report from the Coloradoan, Colorado legislators are considering a bill that, if implemented, would require drivers to have their cars equipped with either snow tires or chains during winter... READ MORE
March is finally upon us, and with it comes some exciting new theatrical releases, as well as some mediocre ones. Here’s a guide to help you choose what to see and not to see this month.What to see:
“Chappie” (March 6)
From the director of “District 9“, Neill Blomkamp, “Chappie” follows the... READ MORE
During these chilly months, many sicknesses are arising. Bodily fluids are leaking out of everyone’s orifices. Students are a disgusting mess, but still walk around campus like lethargic zombies.
Sadly, this is college and we must power through.
Getting sick in elementary school generally meant staying home. And, even though I was... READ MORE