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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 third annual Enslaved: A Modern Day Slavery Experience will take place on April 2-3, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. and will be held in the Lory Student Center North Ballroom. The event is free and drop-in for the 16+ public.
Enslaved is hosted by No More Injustice, a human rights... READ MORE
In the Associated Students of Colorado State University liberal arts senate race, five students will be running for six positions. Voting is from April 6 to April 8 on RamWeb. Some goals of candidates in the race are raising awareness of mental health issues, connecting with students and creating resources for... READ MORE
Mayoral candidate Ward Luthi visited campus Wednesday to express his support for the Yearby-King ASCSU presidential campaign.
Luthi said he supports the team because of their willingness to fight for issues they are passionate about.
“They stood up strongly against the stadium,” Luthi said. “Leaders have to stand strong even in the face... READ MORE
Note: This article is satirical. I have nothing against the University of Colorado or the city of Boulder, only the people that live there. Just kidding about that, too.
In a shocking turn of events, University of Colorado head football coach Mike MacIntyre was forced to resign after allegedly hitting an... READ MORE
Bravo!ASCSU is taking the complaints of a RamRide employee seriously, and investigating the department’s budget and operations. Their dedication to investigating this incident, and in a transparent way, is commendable. The NCAA Tournament is the greatest sporting event on television. At the Kid’s Choice Awards Saturday, Angelina Jolie encouraged kids... READ MORE
After I graduate from CSU in May with a B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies, I’ll return to Denver, my hometown, to begin a year of service as a member of the City Year AmeriCorps team.
I first learned about City Year a year ago, when ambassadors for the program... READ MORE
Last Tuesday, Germanwings Flight 9525 crashed into the French Alps, killing all 150 people on the plane. This catastrophe has been dubbed a deliberate act by co-pilot Andreas Lubitz. Recent reports say he suffered from a mental illness, but hid the diagnosis from his employers. As a result,... READ MORE
Note: April Fool’s Day has impacted my Chrome settings in some negative ways, making research for this column iffy. Facts contained below may not be entirely factual, but are, in any case, very fun to think about.
This year is going to be insane. Popular culture is getting real, folks.
Television is... READ MORE