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Daylight savings has recently rolled around and with it, shorter, darker days, a chillier climate and, for many, the winter blues are beginning to set it. Certain people are more emotionally affected by the gloomy, cold weather that comes along with a change in seasons than others, but just about... READ MORE
Fort Collins police recovered the missing rifles and have arrested a second suspect Tuesday in the case involving the vehicle trespassing on police cars Oct. 24.
Wesley Aaron Sartin, 27, a Denver resident, was arrested and charged with First Degree Criminal Trespass, a class 5 felony, and Theft, a class 6... READ MORE
The Collegian would like to inform its readers that the content in this article may trigger those affected by sexual assault.
Nine reported instances of assault over the past two months in Fort Collins have been linked to the same suspect, according to police reports.
There may be more assaults than have... READ MORE
Oftentimes, students take the campus for granted. However, Colorado State University’s historic buildings have a haunted past.
For the last three years, RamTrax has hosted the Mystery of CSU History Tour to teach the community about CSU’s colorful history, as well as the campus’ ghost stories and urban legends.
“We talk about... READ MORE
Incumbent Democrat Joann Ginal and Republican candidate Donna Walter are running for the state representative seat in District 52. Both women have dedicated their lives to the health of others; Ginal is a bioscientist and has worked in the medical field with animals and humans, and Walter has spent over... READ MORE
The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office located human remains near mile marker 10 on County Road 74E in unincorporated Larimer County Friday, according to a press release.
The coroner’s office identified the remains as 28-year-old Andrea Bartmess and determined the manner of death as homicide. The cause of death will take weeks to determine.
The... READ MORE
Former ASCSU Deputy Director of Environmental Affairs Sam Block was approved Wednesday night as the new ASCSU director of environmental affairs. She sat down with The Collegian on Friday to discuss her goals and expectations for sustainability on campus and in the Fort Collins community. Block is a junior at CSU... READ MORE
Colorado State University’s Campus Corps program helps at-risk youth who have been bullied, or have been through the criminal justice system.
The program started in 2009 as a project to help youth, and allowed only four majors to participate, but has since grown to allow anyone from any major in the University... READ MORE
Colorado State wide receiver Rashard Higgins had to be corrected in the postgame press conference while talking about his teammate who stole the show.
That’s how big of a role running back Dee Hart played in No. 22 Colorado State’s 58-20 emphatic victory over New Mexico at Hughes Stadium on Saturday.
“I... READ MORE
The Collegian Editorial Board does not typically run “Our View” in our Weekender editions, but after the events that unfolded early Thursday morning at Florida State University, we saw an opportunity to reflect on the events and remind our readers to cherish not only your family and friends, but also the community... READ MORE
Elections have come and gone and Republicans have dominated in more than a majority of places. The end results aren’t derived from a voter-mentality shift in political views. Instead, the results came from the Democratic party’s apathy. The turnout for this midterm election was abysmal to begin with,... READ MORE
As school wraps up for the much anticipated fall/Thanksgiving break, all I can think about is turkey, pie and no homework. But each consecutive year, as I binge eat turkey and cranberry sauce on the third Thursday of November, I can’t help but question, “what am I celebrating?”
While... READ MORE
On this episode of Ram Arts Bassic, a student-run a cappella group, gets put on the spot to see how well they know your favorite songs. Then, they perform their very own arrangement of “Am I Wrong” by Nico and Vinz. Don’t miss this hilarious and talent-filed episode, and for... READ MORE
1. He funds “The Hall Monitor-Herald.”
Whereas most industrialists are content to knock the soup out of our hands when we ask for money, Fort Collins’ foremost housing tycoon and four-time Scowling Contest-winner, Old Man Potter, has been funding “The... READ MORE
If I asked you what your favorite Christmas movie was, it probably wouldn’t take you very long to come up with an answer. Personally, I think “Elf” is the best Christmas movie ever, but there is an incredible selection to choose from if you disagree. Perhaps “It’s a Wonderful Life”... READ MORE