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
Local brewing company Odell is donating $100,000 to Colorado State University’s fermentation science program.
Fort Collins is growing as a city where brewing companies are prospering. The monetary contribution to CSU will help continue to support the growth of the fermentation practice and major offered at CSU.
The money will mostly go... READ MORE
Colorado State University and CU-Boulder were selected to co-manage one of five international hubs for Future Earth, a 10-year research project to address environmental changes worldwide.
Announced by the International Council for Science (ICSU), and the interim secretariat for Future Earth, the initiative’s main goal is to link scientists... READ MORE
Many women are forced to choose between career and family. For those who choose the latter, a decade or two out of the workforce means starting over in a career and learning new job skills.
This is the situation Daun Davids, co-leader of the Fort Collins chapter of Girl Develop It,... READ MORE
CSU tight end Kivon Cartwright found his place on the team in 2012, becoming one of the Rams’ top receiving threats.
The John Mackey Award Selection Committee named Colorado State University tight end Kivon Cartwright to the preseason watch list for the 2014 John Mackey Award.
The award is given annually to the... READ MORE
Colorado State University’s Mikayla Tatman did not start golfing as early as most of her peers, but that is not stopping the redshirt junior from competing with top collegiate women golfers in the country.
“I’m a bit of a late starter compared to a lot of golfers I compete against, but... READ MORE
The road to the World Cup is much longer than a month of tournament play — it’s the culmination of a career.
Germany and Argentina will face off in the final game 1 p.m. Sunday, July 13, while... READ MORE
Around the perimeter of Colorado State University’s campus stand at least four different pizza places: Celestino’s, Krazy Karl’s, Pizza Casbah and Pudge Bros. Pizza. All of these pizza places offer something unique and different, whether it is specialty pizza, cheap food or pizza by the slice.
Beyond these four are even more. So... READ MORE
The female gender is missing from the computer science field in the classroom and in the workplace across the U.S.
We applaud Girl Develop It for doing something about it.
In an industry that is largely dominated by men, Girl Develop It aims coding classes at women, whether they are re-entering the... READ MORE
I consider myself a friendly person. I welcome chit-chat from strangers, especially when going about the obligatory errands of my day. It’s when the conversation puts me on the defensive that I find my inner feminist coming out.
I was getting gas on my drive home a couple days ago when a... READ MORE
The Oscars of the television world, the Emmys, announced its nominations for the 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards Thursday morning.
The small screen brought some real goodies in the past year. Between the mind-blowing and intense final season of “Breaking Bad,” the first season of the Netflix original series “Orange is the... READ MORE
The Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures appears simple and quaint, but it is brimming with unique talents and stories.
The museum’s mission is to celebrate connections between Northern Colorado and the world through exhibits of folk art, fine art and artifacts from around the globe.
The Global Village Museum first opened March... READ MORE
The beloved children’s book “Where’s Waldo?” comes to life this month in downtown Fort Collins.
The scavenger hunt, put on by Old Firehouse Books, features one 6-inch Waldo cutout waiting to be found in each of the 25 participating downtown... READ MORE