produced by the students of
Colorado State University
What had the makings of an upset early on quickly got out of hand, as number eight seed Colorado State fell 82-56 to the tournament’s number one overall seed Louisville on Saturday night.
The Rams started out the game on an 8-3 run, highlighted by two Dorian Green three pointers that... READ MORE
When the CSU basketball team takes the court for its third round game in the NCAA tournament against Louisville, it will be faced with a raucous Rupp Arena filled with Louisville fans and the anticipation of going up against the number one overall seed in... 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
The Rams are dancing again.
The CSU basketball team (25-8) has been named a No. eight seed in the Midwest Region of the 2013 NCAA Tournament, and the Rams are making their second trip in as many years to college basketball’s biggest stage.
CSU will match up against ninth-seeded Missouri... READ MORE
When something becomes a constant, it’s easy to take it for granted.
Dorian Green started 127 consecutive games for the CSU basketball team, and the Rams struggled when he wasn’t on the floor.
The offense sputtered with guys standing around like cars on I-15 coming into Las Vegas during rush hour.
Rebounds and... READ MORE
Playing without starting senior guard Dorian Green for the first time all year, CSU struggled in its Mountain West Tournament first-round match up with Fresno State but managed to pull out a thrilling... READ MORE
Based on the 2/15 RamTalk — “Money is green and so is the CSU basketball team.”
It is a fact that the Colorado State University men’s basketball team is thought to be a greater power than the largest Persian army in human history. They have united the... READ MORE
Second Congressional District candidates Rep. Jared Polis and George Leing debated Wednesday night at an event hosted by College Republicans at CSU and College Democrats at CSU. Moderated by political science professor John Straayer, the debate featured a wide range of student-selected topics.
Straayer began the debate by asking the candidates how they... READ MORE
A large crowd of students gathered around religious activist demonstrations on the plaza Wednesday, which included Sister Cindy holding a pole with used tampons and Brother Jed returning with his usual promises of fire and hell.
Video by Haleigh McGillReligious woman on the plaza dangles used tampons and sanitary napkins as a metaphor... READ MORE
Senator Kwon Yearby was not present to see his controversial diversity bill voted down. In a surprise move Wednesday night the Associated Students of Colorado State University Senate decided to vote against Bill #4405: The Diversity Bill.
The bill would have created a group within ASCSU focused on diversity. It would have... READ MORE
Sports Anchors Patrick Enslow and Travis Green recap CSU football’s homecoming victory over Utah State. Plus, find out how the No. 6 CSU volleyball team swept Air Force. And, sports reporter Grace Reader found out how cross country runner Jerrell Mock’s season is going.
UPDATE: Less than 1,000 student tickets remain as of 4 p.m. on Wednesday, according to Ram Ruckus, the official student spirit group of Colorado State.
Last week’s sell-out crowd for Colorado State’s homecoming game against Utah State at last Saturday in Fort Collins was not a one-and-done deal. Hughes Stadium is... READ MORE
Mountain West play is just starting to heat up. There is still plenty of conference football left on tab and the race is pretty much wide open in the Mountain West Division.
Here’s how it could play out:
Boise State (3-1)
Wins: Colorado State, at Nevada, Fresno State
Losses: at Air Force
Upcoming: at New... READ MORE
Tuesday morning, Larimer County Clerk Angela Myers initiated a removal of copies of the Collegian within 100 feet of the ballot drop-off location in the Lory Student Center, on the grounds that the cover, a photograph of Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, constituted what is called “electioneering,” or campaigning near a voting... READ MORE
What’s in our food? As science has advanced and Americans at large have grown more conscious about what they choose to eat, consumers have pushed for more information from restaurants and grocers on the food they sell to the public. The latest development in this movement has led to... READ MORE
Let me tell you a story.
In 2009, an unhappy high school student dropped out half way through his junior year at 16 years old, telling his parents that it was a colossal waste of his time.
After filling out piles of paperwork and retaking several algebra entrance exams, the student... READ MORE
Pure Barre is trading florescents for black lights for a glow in the dark “College Night” on Thursday at 6:35 p.m.
“I was thinking of something that would be fun for students around Halloween time and the idea kinda just popped into my head,” said Stephanie Spalding, owner of Pure Barre. “I was thinking... READ MORE
As the weather grows colder, the leaves fall and the holidays approach, many love-starved college students have one thing on their mind: finding someone to share the season with. Students scour Tinder and Yik Yak for a cuddle buddy to watch every last grotesque season of “American Horror Story” with... READ MORE
Best New Trailers (trailers in hyperlinks):
“In the Heart of the Sea,” starring Chris Hemsworth
“Unbroken” Trailer #2
“Foxcatcher,” starring Channing Tatum and Steve Carell
“Focus,” starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie
“Mr. Turner,” starring Timothy Spall
“Citizenfour,” an Edward Snowden documentary
Last weekend’s box office:
“Fury” easily took first place with a $23 million debut, overtaking... READ MORE