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Quarterback Garrett Grayson (18) throws to tight end Brett Jordan (88) at practice this Tuesday. The Rams are getting back to practice to prepare for another season this fall.
College Football Performance Awards named Garrett Grayson to the 2014 Quarterback Trophy watch list.
The award is given to the nation’s top quarterback based... READ MORE
The CSU football versus Tulsa Golden Hurricanes game will be broadcast on the Mountain West Network Oct. 4.
Kickoff is primed for 1 p.m. MST at Hughes Stadium, as the Rams look to avenge last year’s loss to the Golden Hurricanes.
The addition of this game will provide 10 games in the... READ MORE
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ROOT SPORTS and the Mountain West announced Thursday that the network will televise two live Colorado State football games in 2014. All matchups will be produced in high definition and, in the Rocky Mountain and Northwest territories, will be available exclusively on ROOT SPORTS.As a part of the... 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
Colorado State head women’s soccer coach Bill Hempen doesn’t want his team to back down from anybody. And on Wednesday, Hempen put that philosophy on display by announcing the program’s 2014 fall schedule.
It was also announced that the... READ MORE
CSU President Tony Frank.
Based on the Ramtalk:
“So if Tony Frank makes 450k a year how much does his beard make?”
Colorado State University attracts students for many reasons. Some students tour the campus and fall in love with the beautiful rec center and some students find that... READ MORE
There’s no place like home. Just ask the Colorado State track and field teams, and they’ll probably agree.
Both the CSU men and women competed at the Jack Christiansen Invitational over the weekend among the competition of CU, Northern Colorado, Air Force, Wyoming and four non-Division I teams that included... READ MORE
Many women are forced to choose between career and family. For those who choose the latter, a decade or two out of the workforce means starting over in a career and learning new job skills.
This is the situation Daun Davids, co-leader of the Fort Collins chapter of Girl Develop It,... READ MORE
CSU Chemistry Professor Michael (Mike) Elliott, born Aug. 1, 1949, died July 2.
He entered the Colorado State family in 1981, embracing his love of science for the next 30 years where he was known for his humor and honest approach to... READ MORE
Obama came to Denver in support of Sen. Mark Udall (D) and his re-election campaign Tuesday, holding a fundraiser Wednesday despite Udall’s decision to stay in Washington during the event.
According to Udall’s campaign, the senator remained in Washington to vote on a new director to lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development.... READ MORE
The road to the World Cup is much longer than a month of tournament play — it’s the culmination of a career.
Germany and Argentina will face-off in the final game 1 p.m. Sunday, July 13, while the... READ MORE
Upcoming seniors Marlee Reynolds and Kelsey Snider will be competing for the next two weeks in Europe as part of the All-Star team.
The two Colorado State University athletes are accompanied by 12 Mountain West Region student-athletes who make up the Mountain West Global Challenge All-Star Volleyball Team. The team is led by... READ MORE
Tim Cawley, assistant CSU track coach, is leaving the Rams for a head coaching position for the University of Idaho, located in Moscow, Idaho.
Assistant Coach Cawley primarily worked with athletes who compete in the heptathlon and the pentathlon, for the past 11 years. The step up to a head coaching position at the University... READ MORE
I consider myself a friendly person. I welcome chit-chat from strangers, especially when going about the obligatory errands of my day. It’s when the conversation puts me on the defensive that I find my inner feminist coming out.
I was getting gas on my drive home a couple days ago when a... READ MORE
I don’t think I’m wrong when I say most people are cognizant of the phrase: “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” Whether they choose to put that mantra into action is another story.
I’m talking about random strangers that I deal with on a weekly basis. They... READ MORE
A history professor once told me there’s no such thing as a selfless act.
Originally, I was conflicted by this statement. I did things all the time which were not for me, like baking for friends, occasionally volunteering, writing postcards, holding doors open for an extra second or smiling to strangers.... READ MORE
The Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures appears simple and quaint, but it is brimming with unique talents and stories.
The museum’s mission is to celebrate connections between Northern Colorado and the world through exhibits of folk art, fine art and artifacts from around the globe.
The Global Village Museum first opened March... READ MORE
The beloved children’s book “Where’s Waldo?” comes to life this month in downtown Fort Collins.
The scavenger hunt, put on by Old Firehouse Books, features one 6-inch Waldo cutout waiting to be found in each of the 25 participating downtown... READ MORE
Humans are an interesting breed, because we have a temptation to fall into the vicious cycle of trends and fads. We become infatuated with weird TV shows, awkward toys and questionable clothing. Remember the Furby? How about Heelies? We fall... READ MORE