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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 night was full of Kodak moments Thursday as fraternities and sororities danced in a Battle for the Best Picture-themed Greek Week Unity Stroll.
This year’s Greek Week also included lipsync, outdoor sports and movie poster competitions and the movies assigned to each set of two fraternities and two sororities were... READ MORE
Primary and secondary sexual assault survivors and allies gathered on the Monfort Quad, surrounded by t-shirts expressing their emotional healing Thursday night.
Organized by the Women and Gender Advocacy Center and the Campus Feminist Alliance, Take Back the Night is a nation-wide event as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month that... READ MORE
Police responded to a report of suspicious circumstances and a possible injury in East Fort Collins at 4:37 a.m. Thursday. Upon arrival at the scene, Fort Collins Police discovered that a woman had been shot and was deceased, and a search of the area revealed the dead body of the woman’s husband,... READ MORE
Just two days after the departure of two key players, CSU women’s basketball head Coach Ryun Williams on Friday announced the addition of Kincsö Kelemen to the team’s 2015-16 roster.
A native of Sfantu Gheorghe, Romania, Kelemen has played with the Sepsi SIC Romanian national team since 2011. The 5-foot-9 point guard was named... READ MORE
An offseason of changes continues for the Colorado State men’s basketball team.
Friday afternoon, a school spokesperson confirmed to the Collegian that sophomore guard Carlton Hurst has asked for and been granted a release from his... READ MORE
CTV sports reporter Elizabeth Prasse gets an inside look on the struggling CSU women’s tennis team. Tennis is a sport that mentally and physically challenges its players. While the CSU women’s tennis team may have a losing record so far this season, they are working on staying positive and supporting... READ MORE
Episode III: The Corporate Internet
In this episode of A Series of Tubes, I am joined by Haleigh McGill. We are talking Net Neutrality, Copyright Law, #Brand advertising, and the eternal quest for power.
Comcast is the Worst
Why you need to pay for stuff on the Internet
Lately, there’s been a strong movement toward alleviating wage inequality. For years, President Obama has highlighted the issue in speeches such as this one from December: “The combined trends of increased inequality and decreasing mobility pose a fundamental threat to the American Dream, our way of life and what we... READ MORE
It’s spring again, and you know what that means: It’s time to spend those warm nights cheering on the Rockies through the highs and lows, and eventually have them break our hearts in the fall…or sooner. The beginning of the season is always exciting, even if it is a little... READ MORE
What is Northern Colorado known for?
When I ask you this you may instantly think, as many would, about all the local breweries that serve up delicious craft beer. Or you may conjure up a picture in your head of a recent hike, since Colorado is nationally-recognized for its active lifestyle... READ MORE
With their first year anniversary coming up in May, RedTail Coffee continues to grow and strive towards bettering the community by creating awareness of homelessness.
Seth and Kelly Kelley, owners of RedTail Coffee, partnered with the RedTail Ponds development, housing for homeless and low-income individuals, to focus on providing job and... READ MORE