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Colorado State University
Adrenaline. The fans, the noise, the beer, the players, the sheer amount of people, the thrill of competition. But, none of these can surpass one element of adrenaline at a sporting event: rivalry.
Colorado universities have a long history of rivalries, especially in football. In the early 1900s, the... READ MORE
The NCAA Tournament snub is in the past. The National Invitation Tournament still lies ahead.
All the CSU men’s basketball team can do now is make the doubters into believers, and the first step in the process comes Wednesday at 8:05 p.m. when the Rams host South Dakota State (23-10, 12-4... READ MORE
Much to the disappointment of Ram fans and CSU head coach Larry Eustachy, Colorado State’s men’s basketball team was snubbed by the selection committee of the NCAA Tournament Sunday, despite boasting a school record-setting 27-6 record.
Eustachy was nearly speechless at the press conference following the selection show.
“This is going to... READ MORE
Three years ago, Ryun Williams and Larry Eustachy walked into very different programs when they accepted the head basketball coaching positions at Colorado State University.
Williams, an up-and-coming coach on his way to Fort Collins from South Dakota, inherited a squad depleted by transfers that hadn’t seen a winning... READ MORE
Time and time again this season, Colorado State head coach Larry Eustachy has said he believes his team is an NCAA Tournament-caliber team. And he’s likely right. With two games left in the regular season, Eustachy and Co. sit at 24-5, and 11-5 in the Mountain West, with a firm... READ MORE
The Colorado State men’s basketball team is currently projected by ESPN as one of two Mountain West teams to make the NCAA tournament, but they could easily drop out of everyone’s brackets with a loss at home Tuesday against New Mexico (14-9, 6-5 MW). The game tips off at 9... READ MORE
The Lyric Cinema Cafe, a quirky Fort Collins favorite, will be leaving its colorful, two-theater home on East Mountain Avenue by January 2017.
The new location will be on North College Avenue, across the street from Jax Outdoor Gear, said Projectionist and Manager Dillon Cole.
“It’s definitely a little further away from... READ MORE
Colorado and Wyoming have some of the highest rates of multiple sclerosis in the nation with 14,000 people living with the disease. Inspired to make a difference, cyclists from the region rendezvoused at the Colorado State University campus... READ MORE
You can travel 80 miles using battery power from a BMW i3.
I drove this electric vehicle for three days, while applying its performance, cost and efficiency to my life as a student.
As industry growth is rising, universities are encouraging consideration of alternative transportation. Free charging stations, tax credits and local organizations help universities promote... READ MORE
The Mountain West Conference released its 2015-2016 conference men’s basketball schedule for each of its 11 members institutions, including Colorado State University.
The schedule includes 18 games – nine home and nine road contests – beginning December 30 and concluding March 5, 2016. League play will determine the seeding for the... READ MORE
In early elementary school, my family moved from Colorado’s familiar environment to the humid, green terrain of Southeast Asia.
From taxi drivers to classmates, locals often asked me what county I came from. To some, my 5 feet 10 inches of blonde hair, blue eyes and pale skin signaled a Dutch background. Others... READ MORE
A letter published in the online edition of the Rocky Mountain Collegian Wednesday (“Call against inhumane animal treatment at Colorado State University”) contains irresponsible and inflammatory inaccuracies from the Beagle Freedom Project. Initially published with the letter was a photograph of a cat with a cranial implant. This was intended... READ MORE
The Lagoon Summer Concert Series has returned to Colorado State University summer 2015 with a fresh array of musical acts from around Northern Colorado.
The weekly concert series has been held in Fort Collins by CSU and the Mantooth Marketing Company for 18 years. Concerts are free to the public and are held... READ MORE
Turkey coops aren’t known to have great acoustics.
They also are not very secure, according to Shane Zweygardt, drummer of Wire Faces. His band, along with another Fort Collins group, Fierce Bad Rabbit, had their instruments and equipment stolen from a mouse-infested turkey coop turned storage shed they used as a... READ MORE