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With momentum beginning to pick up, the Colorado State baseball club team has its sights set on conference play. CSU will take on in-state rival Colorado in a four-game home series this weekend to kick off play in the Mid-America West region.
“It’s our must-win rivalry,” senior outfielder Matt Hart said. “If... READ MORE
The Collegian is filled with stories about the Colorado State University community, but where does your voice come in?
RamTalk is an extension of the Collegian website, allowing CSU students the opportunity to shout out to their community. Silly or serious, we want to hear your voice. It could be about... READ MORE
Colorado State quarterback Garrett Grayson completed his Pro Day in front of 16 scouts from 12 different NFL teams Monday morning.
CSU’s all-time passing leader started with passing drills, where he completed 70-of-74 passes from shotgun and under center to receiver Charles Lovett. Grayson completed drills using both 5-step and 7-step... READ MORE
Thursday night marked the end of a season to remember for Colorado State’s women’s hoops program. It was one defined by a little bit of everything: perseverance through injuries, getting revenge, a regular season Mountain West championship, two disappointing postseason upsets and the ends of the careers of two guards... READ MORE
In-state rival Northern Colorado awaits Colorado State’s women’s hoops team in the first round of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament in the first meeting between the teams since 2012.
A.J. Newton and Gritt Ryder, CSU’s two senior leaders, thought they had played their last game at Moby Arena the week before... READ MORE
The season is officially over for the Colorado State men’s basketball team, though it may have really ended three days ago.
The Rams lost to South Dakota State 86-76 in a chippy contest on Wednesday night, ending the most winningest season in program history. The loss eliminates them from the National... READ MORE
The NCAA Tournament snub is in the past. The National Invitation Tournament still lies ahead.
All the CSU men’s basketball team can do now is make the doubters into believers, and the first step in the process comes Wednesday at 8:05 p.m. when the Rams host South Dakota State (23-10, 12-4... READ MORE
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LAS VEGAS – No J.J. Avila, lots of problems.
Playing without their leading scorer, Colorado State fell 46-43 to San Diego State in the MW tournament semifinals Friday night.
The Rams never really found any consistent offense against one of the nation’s best defensive teams. Gian Clavell... READ MORE
In dining halls, students with known dietary restrictions often struggle to find appealing options or identify what they can eat. At Colorado State University, programs created by dietitians like Nutrition and Wellness Programs Manager Brittney Stuard attempt to make students’ choices easier.
The Associated Students of Colorado State University Elections Committee imposed four fines totaling $60 on the Sydoriak-Albaugh presidential/vice-presidential campaign Tuesday.
According to Elections Manager Andrei Gurau, $5 was fined from the campaign for violating Referenda and Elections Code Article II, Section F. Section F states that the campaign period shall begin... READ MORE
CSU’s men’s lacrosse club endured a tough four-game slide, but its season is back on track after getting a much-needed win this weekend against Chapman University in Boulder.
Though the Rams started the season unbeaten through six games, including wins over in-state foe Northern Colorado and a 15-4 stomp over fellow... READ MORE
Sports, and basketball in the month of March, has this wonderful, yet terrifying way of drawing you in, only to break your heart. There’s the pure poetic beauty of an underdog team using every rock in its sling and knocking off mightily Goliath. The moment when the final... READ MORE
Welcome back from Spring Break!
This week on Ram Rants, host Jacky Wilson sits down with Sydney Boyle and Rachel D’Atillo from RamEvents to talk about their ‘Bands at LSC’ event, as well as other fun events in the future! Then we chat with CSU Senior Rochelle Galindo about her decision... READ MORE
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CSU athletics’ four major programs (men’s basketball, women’s basketball, football and volleyball) combined to win 91 games this year, which is the most by any school in the country.
Beth Walker will be the first female dean... READ MORE
Good thing you were out of town last week for spring break, because the UCA was permeated with toxic fumes for days.
According to Roger Hanna, a theatre professor with a concentration in set design, the source of the fumes was shiny, black paint covering the “blonde” stage in the Griffin... READ MORE