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Did you notice the high clouds that stuck around all day on Wednesday? Well, those will return Thursday afternoon as well. Winds should be light and temperatures are forecast to be about average for this time of year.
If you’re planning on traveling around the front range through the next few days,... READ MORE
A French journalist, artist and colorist work together to create a weekly comic “The Mister Wonderful.” The setting for the comic, however takes places miles away in Fort Collins, Colorado. The main character, Nate, is a Colorado State University undergraduate student.
Forty white skates, 20 vibrant costumes and endless amounts of heart pushes the Colorado State University Figure Skating Team to victory.
The club team, composed of 20 CSU female students, competes against schools in the Pacific region of the country, including University of California San Diego and University of Colorado Boulder. The team... READ MORE
It was officially 61 degrees on Thursday, and we’re headed toward 63 today! Expect another day of abundant sunshine and unseasonable warmth. Winds will be basically nonexistent. A few clouds are expected near the foothills this afternoon, but they certainly won’t affect temperatures.
A strong high pressure system will continue to... READ MORE
The low 60s we had on Wednesday should repeat on Thursday. Feel out of season? Well, it is. These temperatures are more reminiscent of mid-October, not mid-December. There will be plenty of sunshine throughout the entire day too. Get out and enjoy the weather, we all know it won’t last!
Warm,... READ MORE
The clouds on Tuesday held temperatures from reaching the 50s, but that will not be the case today. Wednesday should see significantly more sun, which should warm us into the upper 50s. Some more clouds will be around for the evening. Otherwise expect a very mild December day.
Warm. That’s basically... READ MORE
A student fell from the fourth floor of a building on campus at the Academic Village residence hall Thursday, according to a CSUPD spokeswoman. The person was injured.
The incident is still under investigation and no additional information is being released at this time.
Collegian Reporter Christina Vessa can be reached at email@example.com or on... READ MORE
A candle light vigil and peaceful protest will take place Wednesday at 6 p.m. outside the Lory Student Center in observation of 141 civilians killed by terrorists in Pakistan.
On Tuesday, Pakistani Taliban attacked an army-run school in Pakistan killing 141 people. Among the casualties from the attack were 132 children.
The event was organized by the... READ MORE
When Megan Aanstoos was confronted with a challenge, she took it upon herself to find a solution.
Aanstoos, a graduate student and fifth year Ph.D candidate in the school of biomedical engineering, has experienced hearing loss for almost all of her life.
Last year when she was looking into buying new hearing... READ MORE
An unlikely hero emerged Sunday afternoon for the CSU women’s basketball team: Alana Arias.
The 6-foot-4 center was averaging only 3.3 points per game prior to Sunday’s contest against Florida Atlantic (5-3) but exploded for 20 points on 9-10 shooting to carry the Rams over the Owls 59-46 through an extremely... READ MORE
Ben Roethlisberger QB, PIT, has been playing great lately as he has thrown multiple touchdowns in each of his last 2 games, while throwing for an average of 392 yards/game. The Steelers are on the road this week against the Atlanta Falcons. This matchup will prove to be a... READ MORE
Colorado State men’s basketball took care of business thanks to some unlikely contributions from their reserves.
The Rams extended their record best start to 10-0 with a 88-60 win over Division-II opponent Arkansas-Fort Smith in front of a crowd of 3,126 at Moby Arena. Despite coming off of the bench, Gian... READ MORE
“What’s the next step?” “What do you want to do after college?” These are only two of the terrifying questions college seniors are asked among juggling school, jobs and personal lives. Sometimes it seems like our academic decisions will work out, other times we end up re-mapping our path. The... READ MORE
Everyone knows that the holiday season kicks off following Thanksgiving. Well, it used to be that way, but now, depending on whom you ask, Holiday season either begins after Halloween or at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving day.
At any rate, the holiday season is marked by many traditions, both... READ MORE
Last week the New York Times reported Columbia Law School will allow students to postpone their finals if the non-indictments in the Eric Garner and Michael Brown cases have left them feeling “unnerved.” After receiving requests from a number of students, interim Dean Robert E. Scott sent an email to the... READ MORE
Ever wonder what different parts and colors of the graduation wardrobe represent? Well, we have your answers:
Gown Designed to be worn closed Black:Traditional bachelor’s degree gown Green:University Honors Program Scholar Gold: Latin Honors gown for graduates with distinction
Stoles Black: Honors Scholar
Cords Gold: Honor cord
Master’s... READ MORE
Congratulations on your upcoming commencement! This is a great occasion for you and for Colorado State University, and we’re enormously proud of our students and all you’ve achieved.
The outlook for the Class of 2014 is encouraging. In recent years, 70 percent of our graduating students secured... READ MORE