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Colorado State University
A home game against a 10-11 team sounds like it should be an easy win for the 18-3 Colorado State men’s basketball team which sits near the top of the Mountain West.
But Fresno State is an exception.
The Rams host the Bulldogs at 4 p.m. Saturday in a pivotal conference matchup. After CSU notched its biggest win of the season... READ MORE
The injury bug has bitten Colorado State mens basketball ever so slightly.
After trotting out the same starting five for the first 11 games of the season, head coach Larry Eustachy had to switch things up when big man Tiel Daniels was sidelined for two games by a calf strain.
Daniels hurt... READ MORE
Video by Tyler Patterson, CTV11 Sports
For the second time in four days, Colorado State’s poor shooting woes caught up to them.
Led by 15 points from hobbled star forward Larry Nance Jr., the Wyoming men’s basketball knocked off CSU 60-54 in front of an energetic crowd of 8,018 at Moby Arena... READ MORE
Video by Keith Albertson, CTV11
Where there is a will, there is a way.
Colorado State (7-0) hustled and scrapped its way to a 65-62 win over Texas-El Paso (4-2) Wednesday night, and its best start in program history.
With 10 turnovers in the first half, seven missed free throws in the second and all-around... READ MORE
On the first newscast of the semester, CTV has the latest on the $220 million dollars to be borrowed for the on campus stadium, as well as what students think of the switch from RamCT to Canvas. Plus, Fort Collins hit record breaking temperatures this week and CTV weather anchor... 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
Fresno State remains the top dog in Mountain West women’s basketball.
Colorado State (15-5, 7-2 MW) was unable to knock off the Bulldogs (17-3, 9-0 MW) Saturday afternoon as the Rams fell 53-49 on the road, staying in second place in the conference now two games behind Fresno State in the... READ MORE
I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at the age of fifteen. I have been on medication ever since, and can therefore tell you from personal experience that mental disorders are not myths as some might believe; they are very, very real, and it is important for you to... READ MORE
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
It seems I’ve stepped on to the set of a mediocre film.
Sometimes, it can be a good experience to go see a film so tremendously bad, so blatantly awful, that it actually refreshingly reminds you about how good the best films are. Seeing “Mortdecai” was one such experience.
These are those... READ MORE
Sixty-five years ago, legendary filmmaker Billy Wilder wrote and directed his masterpiece, “Sunset Boulevard,” and now it has been uploaded onto Netflix.
This month, you can appreciate the irony of this “big” picture by streaming it onto your small screen.
And it was “big.” Studio executive Louis... READ MORE
Adulthood presents questions no sane person ever asks for.
How am I going to pay for this? How do I clean this? What is rotting in my fridge? What am I doing with my life? Do I really need to pass this test? If worst comes to worst, how am I... READ MORE