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Senior point guard Jon Octeus is gone, off to supposed greener pastures at Purdue.
Senior forward Dwight Smith has gone down the road as well, 30 miles southeast... 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
The Colorado State men’s basketball team likely filled its final roster spot for the 2014-15 season when former Grambling State guard Antwan Scott confirmed that he will play his final year of eligibility under... READ MORE
Daniel Bejarano’s emergence as one of the best players in the conference went overlooked in last season’s rebuild.
Something else that seems to... READ MORE
The Colorado State men’s and women’s basketball programs released their 2014-15 schedules Wednesday afternoonColorado State forward JJ Avila (31) and his teammates found out who’ll they be facing this season when the Rams’ 2014-15 schedule was announced Wednesday.
and the only surprise came when it was announced that the Rams would... READ MORE
Colorado State University men’s basketball Head Coach Larry Eustachy announced Thursday that it will be adding former Oregon and Lee College guard Fred Richardson III to the roster.
The 6-foot-6 guard from Houston, Texas has signed a financial aid agreement with CSU and will join the Rams... READ MORE
The offseason of turnover for the Colorado State men’s basketball team continues.Jon Octeus (5) drives to the basket last season against Air Force. The upcoming senior from Miami, Florida has been granted a release from his scholarship and will transfer.
In a statement released Monday afternoon, the University announced starting point... READ MORE
On this episode of CTV news, get an update about the County Clerk and Recorder Angela Myers who requested the Collegian to be removed from the racks at the north end of the Lory Student Center Tuesday morning, on account of “electioneering.”
Anchor Karsen Bushjost has the latest on Mark Udall’s stop at... READ MORE
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Fort Collins City Council repealed the disposable bags ordinance Tuesday, while also developing a new Zero Waste Resolution. The ordinance would have required Fort Collins retailers to charge 5 cents per disposable bag.
“We heard our citizens and responded — the disposable bags ordinance is... READ MORE
A large crowd of students gathered around a woman who was standing on the free speech stump and holding an apparatus that had real, used tampons and sanitary napkins hanging from it on the CSU Lory Student Center plaza Wednesday.Religious woman on the plaza dangles used tampons and sanitary napkins as... READ MORE
Sports Anchors Patrick Enslow and Travis Green recap CSU football’s homecoming victory over Utah State. Plus, find out how the No. 6 CSU volleyball team swept Air Force. And, sports reporter Grace Reader found out how cross country runner Jerrell Mock’s season is going.
Last week’s sell-out crowd for Colorado State’s homecoming game against Utah State at last Saturday in Fort Collins was not a one-and-done deal. Hughes Stadium is on pace to be at capacity once again for this weekend’s Border War game with Wyoming.
CSU sets aside 10,000 student tickets for every home... READ MORE
Mountain West play is just starting to heat up. There is still plenty of conference football left on tab and the race is pretty much wide open in the Mountain West Division.
Here’s how it could play out:
Boise State (3-1)
Wins: Colorado State, at Nevada, Fresno State
Losses: at Air Force
Upcoming: at New... READ MORE
Tuesday morning, Larimer County Clerk Angela Myers initiated a removal of copies of the Collegian within 100 feet of the ballot drop-off location in the Lory Student Center, on the grounds that the cover, a photograph of Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, constituted what is called “electioneering,” or campaigning near a voting... READ MORE
What’s in our food? As science has advanced and Americans at large have grown more conscious about what they choose to eat, consumers have pushed for more information from restaurants and grocers on the food they sell to the public. The latest development in this movement has led to... READ MORE
Let me tell you a story.
In 2009, an unhappy high school student dropped out half way through his junior year at 16 years old, telling his parents that it was a colossal waste of his time.
After filling out piles of paperwork and retaking several algebra entrance exams, the student... READ MORE
As the weather grows colder, the leaves fall and the holidays approach, many love-starved college students have one thing on their mind: finding someone to share the season with. Students scour Tinder and Yik Yak for a cuddle buddy to watch every last grotesque season of “American Horror Story” with... READ MORE
Best New Trailers (trailers in hyperlinks):
“In the Heart of the Sea,” starring Chris Hemsworth
“Unbroken” Trailer #2
“Foxcatcher,” starring Channing Tatum and Steve Carell
“Focus,” starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie
“Mr. Turner,” starring Timothy Spall
“Citizenfour,” an Edward Snowden documentary
Last weekend’s box office:
“Fury” easily took first place with a $23 million debut, overtaking... READ MORE
“Fury” didn’t tank at the box office last weekend.
David Ayer, a seasoned crime-drama writer and director, tried his hand at a WWII film, and succeeded. “Fury” absolutely trumps the disappointing WWII film from earlier this year, “The Monuments Men.”Image courtesy of “Fury” Facebook page. “Fury” was released on Oct. 17.
“Fury”... READ MORE