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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
Ryun Williams and Larry Eustachy both came to Colorado State in the spring of 2012, two very different coaches with two very different stories. But along with University President Tony Frank and Athletic Director Jack Graham, the two coaches shared one very similar goal: put Colorado State basketball back on... READ MORE
Around the Horn is a new, free way for Colorado State University’s students and staff to travel around campus safely and easily.
Sponsored by CSU’s Parking and Transportation Services, the City of Fort Collins Transfort bus system and ASCSU, the shuttle began... READ MORE
There are 11 active residence halls on the Colorado State University campus.
The Collegian scored the dorms on a scale of 1 to 10 using four factors: types of rooms offered, distance and location, dining hall availability and perks and incentives.
Rooms with private bathrooms received higher scores than the standard halls.
Residence halls within... READ MORE
As students roll into the newly opened Lory Student Center food court, the on-campus food trucks must rumble away.
The food court, which opened Monday, garnered mixed reviews from students. Thus far, Taco Bell, Spoons and Carl’s Jr.... READ MORE
After a strong 2013-14 campaign that included a fifth-place finish in last spring’s Mountain West Championships, the CSU men’s golf team is ready to build on that success and assert themselves as a real contender... READ MORE
As the Colorado State football team heads into Friday’s matchup with rival CU-Boulder, head coach Jim McElwain discussed everything Rocky Mountain Showdown with reporters at his weekly press conference Monday afternoon.
Q: How... READ MORE
Replacing four starters from one of the best offensive lines in the country was hard enough, but an injury to senior tackle Mason Hathaway has caused even more changes across Colorado State’s front line.
Earlier this... READ MORE
In politics, everybody is free to choose his friends and allies. Foreign policy isn’t always that simple, but there are choices every country makes. The United States made a strong choice two weeks ago.
Triggered by the threat of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the militant group which... READ MORE
Let me paint a picture for you.
Joe Blow goes to college and realizes that life isn’t free anymore. He’s temporarily overwhelmed with worry when he sees the thousands of dollars in housing and dining expenses, and textbook fees he needs to pay this semester alone. Joe certainly doesn’t have... READ MORE
Too often, discussions of substantial issues are watered down with unrestrained passions and egotism. In our rush to be heard, often with the best of intentions, we shout loud and hope that people will listen, filling the room with noise. Too much noise, and the quieter voices with powerful... READ MORE
Freshman year is a big change. No matter where you are from or where you are heading, we have all come together here at CSU to share knowledge, experience and ideas.
As you packed for this experience, you probably thought you crammed of all the necessary essentials into moving boxes: a... READ MORE
Last night, the annual Emmy Awards took place in Los Angeles, hosted by Seth Meyers. The gowns were sweeping, the tuxes were sharp and the rest of the world was most likely at home in a cozy set of pajamas watching the glamour unfold from the comfort of their couches. If... READ MORE
Robert Rodriguez’s second translation of Frank Miller’s graphic novel series packs just as much of punch as the original “Sin City.”
Rodriguez makes his point very clear: “Sin City” and “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” are not based on the comic books; they are film translations. If you... READ MORE