produced by the students of
Colorado State University
Ah, finals week. The anxiety and anticipation of exams, but also the boredom. Let’s face it, we have way too much time on our hands and we most likely will not be spending every second studying. So instead of spending time stressing, try decompressing with... READ MORE
With the weather being consistently perfect for fun in the sun, it’s time to make the most of it. Spend these last few days of the school year by hiking around Fort Collins and nearby trails.
It’s no surprise that this would be first on the... READ MORE
I’m proud to be a CSU Ram! Are you?
Your answer should be a solid “yes,” there’s so much about CSU and even the city of Fort Collins to take pride in. From our sports teams to our beautiful campus, this is truly an amazing place to be.
Although the Lory Student... READ MORE
“Always be on the lookout for the presence of wonder.” ~E.B. White
There is something for everyone in this city. Whether you love music, dance, theater, photography or art, Fort Collins is offering opportunities this April for all ages to get involved. Now that we’re coming into spring, it is the perfect... READ MORE
Fort Collins was recently ranked the third most exciting midsize city in the nation. The study took into consideration things like nightlife venues per capita, restaurants that aren’t fast food, outdoor activities and young resident population, and we’ve come out in the top five.
This is great. We all know how... READ MORE
A CSU sophomore said that he and four friends were hanging around their living room Monday night when three men in masks with baseball bats broke in, prompting a fight between the household residents and the burglars.
Two of the suspected burglars have been arrested, while one has not been identified... READ MORE
There’s going to the grocery store, then there’s going to a farmer’s stand, only a few steps away from where the produce grew.
The Student Sustainable Farm market stand, located on the south side of campus at 630 W. Lake... 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
The Mountian West Conference named seniors Ty Sambrailo, Kivon Cartwright and Jared Roberts to the 2014 Preseason All-Mountain West Team Tuesday morning.
Sambrailo, a 6-foot-5, 315-pound offensive lineman, has earned seven preseason honors total. In 2013, Sambrailo graded out above 89 percent in every game and recorded 47 knockdown... READ MORE
Nearly 130 of the world’s best professional cyclists will ride through Colorado for a seven-day stage race in August, known as the USA Pro Challenge.
Colorado State University is partnering... 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
For years, canned beer has been widely characterized by cheap, macro-produced offerings – staples of house parties and fishing trips. A canning revolution has begun in the craft beer market recently, and I couldn’t be happier.
Before moving to Colorado and becoming a beer nerd, my favorite brew was Blue Moon.... 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
The Internet has done many wonderful things for society, but also many evil things. We can communicate faster, but on a much less personal level. We can search for anything, but we don’t need to actually know anything anymore. Although humans generally experience a balanced give-and-take... READ MORE