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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
CTV Sports anchors Patrick Enslow and Travis Green analyze the Colorado State University Spring football game and the affected quarterback race. They also break down CSU softball, baseball and lacrosse. Plus, Green met with softball ace Holly Reinke to take a crack at trying to hit some of her toughest... READ MORE
Fort Collins police are investigating whether a 19-year-old consumed marijuana edibles prior to jumping out of a third story window.
April 14, officers arrived at 1050 Hobbit St., where Austin Essig was found on the ground with “with non-life threatening injuries,” police said Monday.
Essig is not a Colorado State University student.
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It took double-overtime to decide the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Showdown between CSU and Colorado Saturday night at Hughes Stadium, and the Rams ended up on the wrong end of a 10-9 result in front of a crowd of about 2,500.
CSU faced a deficit most of the night. The Rams scored... READ MORE
Highlights by Patrick Enslow of CTV Sports.
One thing was clear during CSU football’s annual Green and Gold Spring Game: the 2015 season will not be a rebuild. The Green team (first-team offense, second-team defense) beat the Gold team (second-team offense, first-team defense) 38-34 as both squads put on a show offensively.
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Defense gets to the quarterback
CSU’s pass rush struggled mightily at times last year, but have shown a penchant for getting to the quarterback this spring. During Saturday’s game the defense got to the QB five times, including two by Colton Foster. Defensive back Marcus Wilson, defensive tackle Terry Jackson and... READ MORE
The story we have been told all our lives is that we should get good grades in school so we can get into a good college, which will in turn lead us to getting a good job. This implies a direct correlation between a college degree and a... READ MORE
When it comes to foreign films, most people picture smokey rooms, instrumental music and a beautiful French woman struggling with some inner-emotional turmoil in a black and white subtitled film. Many Americans are reluctant to delve into the world of foreign films because they have the aforementioned stereotypical image of... READ MORE
Oh spring, what a lovely month. It is hot one day and cold the next. Should you fire up the grill or curl up around a warm crock pot? Who knows? There aren’t many foods that fit the fickle nature of spring weather, and yet here in Ram country, there is... READ MORE