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The bar scene is one of the more lucrative industries and Fort Collins, and each bar has its own individual source of success. The Collegian contacted five local bars and asked all of them what their top three beverages were this past weekend.
1. Lucky Joe’s Sidewalk Saloon
Here the most frequently requested... READ MORE
On Sept. 25, Fort Collins police began an investigation on a reported robbery, which has now turned into a sexual assault investigation, according to a press release.
A 19-year-old female victim initially reported a male acquaintance stealing several of her items, including her purse, after she was left at the 1100... READ MORE
Every Friday at the corner of Elizabeth and Plum, inside the International House, a mixture of cultures, talents, ideas — and sometimes food — come together. On Friday at 6 p.m., Fort Collins International Center, hosted the Friday Afternoon Club (FAC) potluck, as they do the last Friday of every... READ MORE
After last week’s heat wave, cooler fall temperatures have finally begun to settle in to Northern Colorado. The summer is not completely gone though. In Monday’s hour-by-hour planner, storms are forecast for the afternoon. A strong upper-level low pressure system will slowly pass over the area beginning Monday afternoon. If... READ MORE
The forecast for Friday is literally the exact same as Thursday. Skies, yet again, will be fully sunny all day long. Temperatures will climb toward the record of 90 degrees, but should fall just short. The seasonal average is 71 degrees, so it’s quite a bit warmer than normal.
After a bright blue... READ MORE
River rafting and Horsetooth hikes seem like a thing of the past, as far as 2014 is concerned, but these activities still see plenty... READ MORE
The phone scammers targeting Colorado State students and employees have upped their game, and are now “spoofing” caller ID so that their calls appear to be from the CSU Police Department (970-491-6425), according to a University press release.
The person calling may claim to represent CSUPD and demand money from the student... READ MORE
This Thursday, the Center for Fine Art Photography, the Northern Colorado Renewable Energy Society and the Colorado Clean Energy Cluster will be hosting a panel, discussion and artist talk about the challenges, impacts and results of renewable energy programs.
The panel will take place at the CSU Powerhouse from 6:00-7:30 p.m.... READ MORE
Kappa Delta will host a fall festival, Fall for Kay Dee 2014, Thursday from 5-8 p.m. in order to raise money to prevent child abuse.
The event will have many fall activities ranging from bobbing for apples to a petting zoo for attendees to enjoy, on top of fall baked goods... READ MORE
Theresa Davis will present her poetry on Wednesday at the Huemyn Project, an event created to introduce GLBTQQA history month to Colorado State University.
Davis, who was named Emerging Artist in 2012 and the 2011 Women of the World Poetry Slam Champion, will perform in the Lory Student Center Ballroom from 6-7:30 p.m.... READ MORE
Cross country repeats second-place finish at Griak Invitational
The Colorado State men’s cross country team fell just short of victory Saturday at the Roy Griak Invitational, settling for second place and edged only by Southern Utah for the top men’s team finish. Redshirt freshman Jerrell Mock, competing in his first-ever collegiate... READ MORE
If you didn’t know yet, you do now.
The Colorado State football team is here to stay.
Until Saturday afternoon, many, myself included, questioned how good this team actually was.
After all, they had defeated a University of Colorado team on opening weekend that has been more unpredictable than this state’s fall... READ MORE
Perhaps you have seen or heard about in recent days the student and faculty protests in Jefferson County that stemmed in part from a proposal by the school board to change the history curriculum. These changes would emphasize the superiority of the Free Market, as well as the good... READ MORE
Over the weekend, protests in Hong Kong have intensified to dangerous levels as riot police and protesters clash in the streets. The situation arises from a complex arrangement between Hong Kong and the Chinese central government, famously called, “one country, two systems.” In brief, Hong Kong is allowed much more... READ MORE
Sixty-four college campuses are now under investigation for Title IX complaints related to sexual violence, and the number keeps growing.
And it’s about time – administrators nationwide have been mishandling sexual assault complaints for far too long.
Emma Sulkowitz, a senior at Columbia has vowed to carry around a dorm mattress... READ MORE
The sounds of Miles Davis will resonate through the halls of the University Center for the Arts Thursday as the CSU Jazz... READ MORE
Fort Collins is no stranger to vast amounts of unique cuisines, and the Maza Kabob restaurant on South College is no exception.
Though Maza Kabob... READ MORE
Kate Simmons had 30 seconds to get to shelter after the siren went off. Between the police and the journalists, there were too many people to fit into one. They... READ MORE