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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... 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
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... READ MORE
On the second floor of the University Center of the Arts, deep organ music fills the silence.
“We have accompaniment,” said Denise Apodaca, a music teacher at Colorado State University. “It’s quite dramatic. Now I feel like telling a sad story. Isn’t it funny how music does that? It’s a mood... READ MORE
Through recent elections, conflicts and legislative initiatives, students may be familiar with the executive and legislative side of Associated Students of Colorado State University. However, the judicial branch of ASCSU also contributes to student life at CSU.
“We have an active role on the campus,” said Jake Moore, an associate justice. “With ASCSU, sometime... READ MORE
Students got a first-hand look into the future Friday.
“The best way to predict the future is to invent it,” was the theme of this year’s 5th biennial FutureVisions Symposium held in the Lory Student Center.
Six experts spoke at this year’s event including Tara Bunch, the vice president of AppleCare. All six speakers... READ MORE
CSU club baseball team clinches conference championship
The Colorado State club baseball team stayed perfect in conference play by going 2-0 in a double-header against Wyoming on Saturday. CSU took the first game 18-2 in five innings before shutting the Cowboys out for a 13-0 win in the second meeting.
Sunday’s game... READ MORE
Just two days after the departure of two key players, CSU women’s basketball head Coach Ryun Williams on Friday announced the addition of Kincsö Kelemen to the team’s 2015-16 roster.
A native of Sfantu Gheorghe, Romania, Kelemen has played with the Sepsi SIC Romanian national team since 2011. The 5-foot-9 point guard was named... READ MORE
Coming from Kansas City, Fort Collins and Colorado State University were a refreshing change from the comfortable, Midwestern town where I spent my first 18 years. As my high school days were ending, I continued to feel suffocated by my never-changing hometown, where many people seemed to be stuck, rarely venturing... READ MORE
Slavery, destruction of World Heritage sites, terrorist attacks, genocide, and the rape of underage girls — this is but a small taste of the crimes ISIS militants have perpetrated. As a result, most of us would like nothing more than to see every single member of this felonious... READ MORE
Welcome to the debut episode of the “Existential Octopus,” a podcast that explores spirituality and all aspects of the human experience. In this episode, host Sean Stuart and guest Luc Freiburg discuss confronting biases, the personal nature of religion, and opening up to all expressions of life.
Links from this... READ MORE
“The Hobbit,” staged by Patricia Gray, is a condensed and altered play version of the original book by great J.R.R. Tolkien. Now a cast and crew from Colorado State University is performing the play on a set that is wonderfully immersive.
A large, uneven rocky floor is shadowed by an even bigger plastered... READ MORE
Make sure to think twice before drunkenly riding your horse down the street to grab a pizza. If you may think it is the best alternative to driving your car, think again. According to C.R.S. 42-4-1301, it is illegal to ride a horse while... READ MORE
FoCoMX, a two-night event celebrating local music, was this weekend, and Old Town was flooded with over 200 performances (265 to be exact) at over 20 venues, all by local musicians from Northern Colorado.
FoCoMX offers a variety of features that a typical concert can’t. First, perhaps most obviously, is the sheer... READ MORE