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As Nov. 4 approaches, and the chances of walking through campus without getting asked about your voter registration status get slimmer and slimmer, I inevitably feel ill prepared; knowing little more than the names and parties of the candidates running and even less about the issues that wind... 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
On this episode of CTV news, anchor Elizabeth Ruiz takes a look at the RamGuards and Rambassadors around campus, and anchor Kaitlyn Connolly visits the Veterans symposium taking place in the LSC. Also, more trains will soon be passing through Fort Collins. CTV chats with the director of the Infectious... READ MORE
Have you recently seen students in uniforms directing traffic around campus, but you don’t know who they are? Well, the CSU Parking and Transportation Services have started to fund two new positions this academic year in a hope to make campus an even safer environment for students. The new positions... READ MORE
The morning of October 30th, the Veterans Symposium was held in the North Ballroom of the LSC. The CEO of the Student Veterans of America, D. Wayne Robinson spoke about how we can help the veterans who attend CSU have an easy and accessible transition from our Military forces back... READ MORE
Thursday night’s match raised a question about No.7 Colorado State. What does a team have to do to defeat them?
It looked as though San Diego State might have figured it out as the Aztecs controlled the court to take a 2-1 set lead after a 6-1 point run to take... READ MORE
Colorado State (7-1) football looks to keep their hot streak alive on the road at San Jose State (3-4) this weekend. The Rams cannot afford a loss if they want to keep their conference title hopes alive, so here are some of the key match ups to watch out for:
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Clowns, to me, have always been an exceptionally twisted concept. They’re almost always unsettling and don’t particularly do anything I find entertaining. I wonder, though, if this is only a derivative of their portrayal in pop culture. It seems like a “chicken and the egg” situation — are clowns just... READ MORE
In case you missed it, the following is an email for Colorado State University students from President Tony Frank urging students to vote.
Tuesday November 4 is Election Day. People in other countries are fighting and dying for the privilege of having a say in the running of their government. Our own voting... READ MORE
Though we encourage all CSU students to have a great time this Halloween, we think it is wise to take safety precautions and be smart when consuming substances, because police are often on the prowl on this rowdy holiday. Anyone hosting a party should be aware that noise citations can result in a $1,000 fine... READ MORE
If you want to shake in your bones, listen to the reverberating sound of the organ at this year’s Halloween Organ Extravaganza concert, held in the Organ Recital Hall.
“I love everything about the organ,” said Dr. Bacon, who currently holds the Steward and Sheron Golden Chair in Liturgical studies. “It... READ MORE
Christopher Nolan’s new film “Interstellar” may have a chance to be the first sci-fi film to win an Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, better known as “The Academy,” has given out the award to 86 films. Every major genre of film can claim... READ MORE