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Colorado State women’s soccer team was unable to string together its first win streak of the season Friday afternoon, coming up scoreless in a 2-0 road loss to the Montana Grizzlies.
A pair of first half goals was enough to carry the Grizzlies through the rest of the match for the... READ MORE
When Colorado State started a women’s soccer program last year, a roster of players who were mostly inexperienced with Division 1 soccer was formed through open tryouts. The Rams struggled through their inaugural season, scoring only eight goals and totaling two wins. While head coach Bill Hempen began trying to... READ MORE
On Saturday Sept. 20, (rescheduled from Sept. 6), approximately 120 students will hike up to the A near Hughes Stadium and work together during three-hour shifts to repaint it.
Dating back to 1923, the A represents the University’s beginnings as an agricultural and mechanical school. That was... READ MORE
The Colorado State women’s soccer team bounced back with a 1-0 win in overtime at home Sunday over the College of Charleston Cougars, ending a three-game losing streak.
Regulation wasn’t enough for either team to score, but the Rams didn’t require too much extra time to put an end to it.
In... READ MORE
Colorado State University Athletics and Orientation and Transition Programs will be teaming up Saturday for the Game Day Experience, when first-year students have the chance to welcome the CSU Rams football team onto the field before their game against the University of California at Davis.
“We want to introduce... READ MORE
Two weeks into the season, the Colorado State football team is sitting on a metaphorical see-saw. They flew up with a win against Colorado, plummeted down again with the loss to Boise and now are horizontally stable, poised for the tie-breaker against UC-Davis.
The Rams will host the Aggies for Saturday’s 1:04... READ MORE
After a cool, moist Thursday, conditions are forecast to slowly improve into Friday afternoon. Drizzle and showers will stick around before 10am. Temperatures will be a bit warmer Friday afternoon as the sun begins to burn off the cloud cover and the drizzle comes to an end. By the evening,... READ MORE
Nothing says the first road weekend for No. 14 Colorado State volleyball like facing three former conference foes, one of which ranks top-10 in the nation. The 6-1 Rams will travel to Las Cruces, New Mexico looking to extend a perfect 14-0 record last season away from Moby Arena with wins on... READ MORE
Standing outside of her office, Professor Courtney Daum chats in a steady, engaging voice with students and fellow faculty members. Behind her is a cluttered space littered with political books, sentimental family photos and a bright red League of Women’s... READ MORE
Everyone makes mistakes, and the City of Fort Collins and Colorado State University have Restorative Justice programs which allow legal mistakes to be handled through conferencing instead of through the courts.
Perrie McMillin, program coordinator for Restorative Justice in Fort Collins, said the program allows individuals to take part in a mediated conversation... READ MORE
Stationed on the plaza, five Colorado State University students gathered behind a large container covered with chains. One female student, dressed in the navy blue of an air force uniform, marched up and down in front of the symbolic display.ROTC member Sarah Lawson stands guard in front of the prisoners of war... READ MORE
The Colorado State men’s rugby team’s first match of league play might also be the most important of the season.
The Rams takes on rival CU to begin league play Friday. It... READ MORE
In their inaugural campaign last season at the highest club level, the Colorado State hockey team faced a mountain of adversity.
Midway through the season, the captain core decided to go in a different direction than former head coach Kelly Newton, and parted ways with him. Because the players are paying... READ MORE
CTV anchor Kaitlyn Connolly has updates from the Diversity Symposium and anchor Elizabeth Ruiz takes an inside look at the “VetBet”. Also, a preview of great weekend events including the annual city Harvest Festival and the Sustainable Living Fair. Plus weather from meteorologist Elizabeth Prasse and ram sports from Olivia... READ MORE
The world needs saving. Serious threats are beginning to plague the globe. Not only are there the usual international conflicts like the ones surrounding Russia and ISIS, but there are larger, more overarching problems such as global climate change, overpopulation and the depletion of the world’s resources that need... READ MORE
The effects of social media are many, but there are clear times when it serves as a boon to society. In Philadelphia, on Tuesday, social media users responded to a video posted by the Philadelphia Police Department, helping the detectives... READ MORE
Beer, bikes, and bands are three defining characteristics of Fort Collins. As the 2014 FORToberfest takes over downtown, the end of summer celebration invites festival-goers to welcome fall by kicking back with a beer listening to live music.
Among the vendors and food trucks, local breweries will be providing beer samples... READ MORE
The fictional column is based on the RamTalk – “If Chipotle delivered, pizza would be extinct.” – Originally in the Collegian on 9/12/14.
The carefree days of pizza have come to an end. That’s right, pizza parties will now just be parties, Pizza Huts have simply become Huts and you can forget about... READ MORE
Following a month of neglect, mockery and abuse at the hand of his residents, Allison Hall inhabitant Brendan Busby threw an apology-themed party for his hall. Eyewitnesses described the event as “a misguided attempt to make us apologize,” “kind of a bummer” and “my first college party.”
Busby’s... READ MORE