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Colorado State forward J.J. Avila was named Mountain West Men’s Basketball Player of the Week Monday for his season-high 29-point outburst Saturday in a 79-73 win over San Diego State.
The 6-foot-8 senior from McAllen, Texas went 12 of 16 from the field including a floater with 17 seconds left to... READ MORE
J.J. Avila would not be denied as he led the Colorado State men’s basketball team to a 79-73 win over San Diego State (15-5, 5-2 MW) in front of a sold-out crowd Saturday night at Moby Arena.
The senior forward helped the Rams (18-2, 5-2 MW) get out to a hot start... READ MORE
For all the wonderful things the Internet and social media in particular can provide, they can also allow for some utterly terrifying and disheartening reminders that its powers can also be used negative things. Wednesday night was a perfect example of both the former and the latter.
For those... READ MORE
At one point or another, all good things have to come to an end.
The postseason run for No.9 Colorado State volleyball found its end Friday as No. 2 Texas knocked off the Rams in three straight sets 25-19, 25-18, 25-17.
One goal CSU had headed into the match was to keep the... READ MORE
The addition of a free photo booth and an outside patio will be part of Narghile Nights‘ upgrade as they move locations later this month.
The Fort Collins’ hookah lounge will be moving to 223 N. College Ave. at the end of January and will be re-opening in the first week of... READ MORE
The winning streak continues, and along with it hopes for a second consecutive Mountain West title for Colorado State’s women’s hoops team as the Rams took down San Diego State on the road 49-36 Saturday.
Colorado State (14-4, 6-1 MW) got out to a slow start against SDSU (6-12, 3-4 MW),... READ MORE
A string of imperative games for Colorado State’s women’s basketball team starts Saturday when the Rams travel to California to play San Diego State.
The matchup with the Aztecs is pivotal for the Rams (13-4, 5-1 MW), who are putting a five-game winning streak on the line against SDSU (6-11, 3-3... READ MORE
If someone unfamiliar with the United States had seen the State of the Union last week, they might imagine a country with a robust economy filled with happy workers. In fact, while the economy is strongly rebounding and Wall Street profits have reached near-record highs, wage growth is stagnant.
One industry that has... READ MORE
How does what you read shape your life? How does the media you consume drive your habits, feelings and perception? As consumers in an ever-growing media marketplace for news and entertainment, we are exposed to more information than ever before, and it can be difficult to make sense... READ MORE
Last Thursday, the Colorado Senate Education Committee postponed a Democratic bill that would have capped Colorado State University tuition at 6 percent indefinitely.
The 5-4 vote was split on party lines with all Republican members voting to postpone. To many students, the news was disheartening.
Yet, there is more to... READ MORE
Now that January is nearly over and you have probably abandoned your goals of going to the gym and eating healthier, allow the Collegian to suggest a New Year’s resolution that you can actually keep: this year, read the book before watching the movie. Countless book-to-movie adaptions are coming to... READ MORE
Lena Dunham’s quirky HBO comedy “Girls” is known for exploring the hustle-and-bustle world of New York City, as four 20-something females struggle to make it through their day-to-day lives. However, the season three finale of the show took a dramatic and risky twist, when main character Hannah decides to go... READ MORE
We are living in an age where Kim Kardashian’s selfies are rampantly traveling through the internet, human interaction is becoming secondary and people actually think we care about their opinions. Living in this tumultuous time of high emotions and decreasing eyesight (from staring at small illuminated screens for so long),... READ MORE