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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 up... READ MORE
Cameras are all over... READ MORE
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
Cans around the Oval and the Food Bank for Larimer County teamed up to promote events on the plaza today. Cans around the Oval passed out chips and drinks to ask students and faculty to register for cans collection day on October 22nd. Food Bank for Larimer County asked students... READ MORE
Video by CTV News Reporter Patrick Enslow
Colorado State University professor and researcher Dr. Lori Peek gave a presentation on Tuesday night about the impact of natural disasters on children and youth.
It is the third installment of the President’s Community Lecture Series that are set to occur twice a semester, covering... READ MORE
Video by news producer Brynn Carman
Every day across the Colorado State University campus, dozens of students are accompanied and assisted by their service dogs and assistance animals.
The CSU Resources for Disabled Students office maintains that there are two types of animals allowed on campus: service animals and assistance animals. The former directly... READ MORE
The Colorado State football team has settled down after their big win against Boston College, and head coach Jim McElwain has since turned his attention towards his team’s injury situation, as well as hosting Tulsa on Saturday.
Senior tight end Kivon Cartwright has faced an ankle injury all season, which has... READ MORE
In its second year, the Colorado State women’s soccer team has suffered seven losses out of its first ten games, but has captured three wins, already an increase from last year’s mark of 2-13-3... READ MORE
Not all players in high school are given the opportunity to continue their dreams of becoming a college athlete, especially one on a... READ MORE
The task of picking out what technology you need can be a daunting one, especially when the choice hinges on something as important as school or your job. Therefore, here are five recommendations for what technology to use to get your work done quickly and safely.
1. Gmail. If you use... READ MORE
Are you sick of the construction? Are you tired of your half-awake stumbles to your 9 a.m. classes being rudely punctuated by the crews around Eddy? Fatigued of the seeming crawl of traffic downtown? Whether driving around town or navigating the crowds around construction areas on campus, many in the... READ MORE
Tony Frank’s recent letter concerning the on-campus stadium has caused some to believe that the administration has given up trying to build a main campus stadium, which isn’t true. Rather it was a preamble to Dr. Frank’s request to the Board of Governors to delay their decision on the proposed... READ MORE
For movie fanatics, the Lyric Cinema Cafe is offering the chance to see the best horror movies back on the big screen.
This October the Lyric is screening movies like “The Ring,” “The Exorcist” and “The Shining,” as well as the Halloween... READ MORE
Sure, being a student at Colorado State and living in Fort Collins is one of the most ideal college experiences. As CSU Rams, we love our city and University, but sometimes, being on campus and dealing with certain eccentricities can be a bit irritating. Here are the top 10 irritating CSU... READ MORE
As the turn of the century approached and the world was in the midst of the infamous Y2K panic, a gem of American television was being born.
On Oct. 5, 2000, the pilot episode of Amy Sherman Palladino’s “Gilmore Girls” premiered on the WB.
Throughout its seven seasons, the mother-daughter duo of... READ MORE