produced by the students of
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
In spring 2015, there were a total of 1,261 veterans enrolled, with 850 on campus and the remainder in online courses.
Team Rubicon, a nonprofit disaster response organization comprised of veterans and first responders, allows veterans to give back to the community. It was founded in 2010 after a few Marines went to... READ MORE
A report by statistics professor Mary Meyer details an analysis of salaries of regular faculty at Colorado State University. The salaries database, analyzed by Meyer, outlined gender as a variable for faculty salaries.
According to Meyer’s report, there may be existing pay discrepancies and target salaries based on gender for the fiscal year 2014. Her results are based... READ MORE
In a show of solidarity for children with cancer, students shaved their heads on campus Friday, raising an estimated $4,400 for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
Kate Douglas, president of Alpha Phi Omega (APO), brought a St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraiser to Colorado State University last year.
“About a year and a half ago I... READ MORE
The Colorado State club baseball team’s season came to an end over the weekend at the Mid-America West Regionals in Topeka, Kansas.
While the players and coaches are still feeling the disappointment of not returning to the National Club Baseball Association World Series, the season as a whole was another step... READ MORE
As we fight through finals week toward the conclusion of another school year, our minds turn toward summer and the future beyond colossal papers and ominous exams. While we look to the future, it is important to keep in mind another topic as it faces challenges and changes... READ MORE
Note: The editorial board for the 2015/16 school year produced this Our View.
Construction for the new on-campus stadium is set to begin July 1, and many decisions still remain to be made.
Colorado State University President Tony Frank proposed an additional $18 million in bond sales to go toward the completion of an academic... READ MORE
I love college. Quoth, Asher Roth. Speaking of college, it’s almost the end of the year. That means graduation, and seniors flocking from the second nest into the real world. Scary.
Talking to a lot of freshmen, even they, first-year they may be, are reluctant... READ MORE