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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
Colorado State University made a switch from RamCT to Canvas after joining Unizin, a group of universities working toward bettering learning technologies.
Unizin is a collaboration of 10 major universities around the country with the goal of coming together to influence digital learning platforms, such as RamCT and Canvas, and making those... READ MORE
For those Colorado State University students interested in sustainability, The School of Global Environmental Sustainability will be hiring mentors for their summer 2015 Pre-College Summer Sustainability Program. The mentors will be able to learn more about sustainability alongside the pre-college students, while being provided with housing and pay for mentoring the sessions.
“I would highly... READ MORE
This past Sunday both the NHL and the NFL hosted their all-star contests, the NHL All-Star Game was the 60th in league history and the NFL Pro Bowl was the 64th annual contest. While both games were marquee events that continued the tradition of featuring the game’s best,... READ MORE
Video by Courtney Kreidler, CTV11
Revenge tastes sweeter when it requires a hard-fought battle.
That’s what Colorado State’s women’s hoops team (15-4, 7-1 MW) discovered Wednesday night when they came out on top of Boise... READ MORE
CTV Sports anchors Patrick Enslow and Travis Green recap CSU men’s basketball 79-73 win over San Diego State, the 2015 Senior Bowl, and CSU women’s basketball sixth straight win. Plus, don’t miss the winter break recap from Keith Albertson and “By The Numbers”.
Last fall, the Associated Students of CSU impeached a senator in a closed-door executive session that excluded media, and at one point, the defendant. In the following weeks, CSU’s executive director of public affairs and communications issued a statement affirming that ASCSU “is not a state or a local public body.”... READ MORE
Welcome to Kelsey’s Korner and let me tell you how to! Have you ever gotten into a debate about discrimination with a friend that you just couldn’t persuade no matter what you said? Well, in this episode I decided to show you how by taking you to your nearest corporate... READ MORE
The hustle of the first days of the semester left me a confused mess, as I’m sure it did many.
As I sat through the syllabus of one of my classes, I began to wonder whether I had missed work. Luckily, I hadn’t, but I had forgotten my uniform pants. Having... READ MORE
“The Interview” hit Netflix Saturday, making it more readily accessible than its limited theatrical release or rental sites like Google Play and YouTube.
The film has flooded with controversy from the start. Its planned Dec. 25 wide release was cancelled after theaters began to pull their showings in lieu of threats... READ MORE