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Colorado State freshman David Cohn has been granted a release from his scholarship. The 6’2″ freshman guard from Elmhurst, Ill., confirmed his intention... READ MORE
For the third time in the last five games, the CSU basketball team surrendered over 35 points to an opponents top scorer.
Saturday night, it... READ MORE
Losing at home isn’t a common occurrence for the CSU men’s basketball team.
But the effort from New Mexico guard Kendall Williams was the driving force that... READ MORE
Not even the greatest individual performance in the history of Clune Arena could stop the CSU basketball team’s six game winning streak.
Air Force senior guard Michael Lyons scored 45 points on 68 percent shooting, but he couldn’t overcome CSU’s total team game and the Rams won 89-86 Saturday in Colorado... READ MORE
Some nights you’re just feeling it.
Basketball is a funny game that way.
Wednesday night was just such a game for senior forward Pierce Hornung, who led the charge in a win over Boise State (14-6, 2-4 MW), 77-57, helping the Rams stretch their home winning streak to 25 games.
Hornung, known for... READ MORE
The dating scene is a large and hyped-up part of the college experience. However, this generation’s dating culture is drastically different than the last, which could be attributed to the rise of social dating apps. Since the dawn of smartphones, traditional dating has shifted to the back burner as it has become... READ MORE
A colorful, energetic exhibition of Indian culture took the stage on Sunday evening for the annual India Nite, hosted by Colorado State University’s Indian Students Association. The event took place at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins and featured free food and admission for the community.Occupational therapy masters student, Tanya Benjamin,... READ MORE
By the middle of the semester, many students feel overwhelmed by the stress of classes and upcoming midterm exams. Some students have difficulties in homework time management, while others need a crash course in effective studying.
For the students that are pulling all-nighters to study or the students that simply want... READ MORE
It took all sixty minutes of the contest, but Colorado State was able to overcome a season-high number of penalties and sacks allowed as they outlasted the Utah State... READ MORE
Jared Roberts likely has heard Taylor Swift’s new song, “Shake It Off.”
He might not admit it, but it’s nearly impossible to avoid hearing that tune somewhere on the radio. As a kicker, Roberts is supposed to take those catchy lyrics to heart. Make or miss, he’s just supposed to just shake it... READ MORE
Millennials are driving less and for shorter amounts of time than any generation since the postwar years, reversing a sixty year trend.
This generation sees cars more as a means of transportation, and less a symbol of status.
Perhaps most importantly, Millennials are looking for alternatives to cars, be it public... READ MORE
A lot of people who gather outside of Planned Parenthood to protest abortion, like those who stand near the intersection of Shields and Elizabeth, often bring their own children to protest with them. These children are typically too young to understand the cause, and their opinions of abortion are... READ MORE
Colorado State University paid tribute to one of its former legends on Friday by renaming West Drive to Amy Van Dyken Way. And it could not have been more well done. The six-time Olympic gold medalist was paralyzed in an ATV accident this summer. While speakers like Tom Milligan, Colorado State... 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
It’s been a year since hip-hop artist Grieves performed in Fort Collins, and on Thursday at the Aggie Theatre, he didn’t disappoint any fans.
Opening for Grieves was rapper Sol. He got the crowd going with several songs from his new EP, such as “Old Him,” a song he wrote while in... READ MORE
On Friday, Ram Events hosted the customary RamFest for Homecoming weekend, including performances by Spylt, Mike Posner and Nico & Vinz.
The show was held in the Moby Arena with gates opening at 7 p.m. With a new VIP floor area and a general admission to the floor and seats, the arena... READ MORE