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CSU club baseball team clinches conference championship
The Colorado State club baseball team stayed perfect in conference play by going 2-0 in a double-header against Wyoming on Saturday. CSU took the first game 18-2 in five innings before shutting the Cowboys out for a 13-0 win in the second meeting.
Sunday’s game... READ MORE
On this episode of Kelsey’s Korner I am joined by my three friends, Kedar from India, Edd from Ireland and Kemal from Germany, as they help me show you how to do an accent. First, I’ll tell you some defining characteristics of what we think of as an Indian, Irish and... READ MORE
Highlights by Patrick Enslow of CTV Sports.
One thing was clear during CSU football’s annual Green and Gold Spring Game: the 2015 season will not be a rebuild. The Green team (first-team offense, second-team defense) beat the Gold team (second-team offense, first-team defense) 38-34 as both squads put on a show offensively.
Whether... READ MORE
On this special live episode of Kelsey’s Korner, Logan Gannon, CSU music therapy major, and I show you how to use the same chord progressions to make a musical mashup. Take a to listen to our original mashup of Adele’s “Someone Like You” and Jason Mraz’s “I’m Yours.”
The annual Green and Gold Spring Game this Saturday will be the first public screening of the Colorado State football show under new head coach Mike Bobo.
The Rams are gearing up for the last go-around of spring camp with their focus on building chemistry more so than finding the next... READ MORE
Saturday holds the biggest regular-season game of the year for CSU’s men’s lacrosse club: a showdown with in-state rival Colorado in Hughes Stadium.
Not only is it a part of the never-ending ruthless CU-CSU rivalry, but the teams will be fighting for a second-place final standing in the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse... READ MORE
The common denominator between this year’s team and last will be the guys lined up outside.
There is not much room for improvement – on paper, at least – in the passing game, but the challenge is still greater this year.
Without Garrett Grayson at the helm, the burden is on the receivers... READ MORE
Year three for CSU’s women’s soccer program starts this fall, and after going 4-15 in the 2014 season, a new-look roster may finally be able to get Rams soccer off the ground.
At least 12 new players — including 10 freshmen — will don the green and gold for head coach... READ MORE
Through recent elections, conflicts and legislative initiatives, students may be familiar with the executive and legislative side of Associated Students of Colorado State University. However, the judicial branch of ASCSU also contributes to student life at CSU.
“We have an active role on the campus,” said Jake Moore, an associate justice. “With ASCSU, sometime... READ MORE
Students got a first-hand look into the future Friday.
“The best way to predict the future is to invent it,” was the theme of this year’s 5th biennial FutureVisions Symposium held in the Lory Student Center.
Six experts spoke at this year’s event including Tara Bunch, the vice president of AppleCare. All six speakers... READ MORE
Every Colorado State University professor takes a different approach to capstone classes.
In the College of Liberal Arts senior capstone, many differences exist between instructors and majors.
According to Daniela Castillo, a journalism and technical communication professor, although journalism instructors teach their capstones differently, they all have the same goal for their... READ MORE
Just two days after the departure of two key players, CSU women’s basketball head Coach Ryun Williams on Friday announced the addition of Kincsö Kelemen to the team’s 2015-16 roster.
A native of Sfantu Gheorghe, Romania, Kelemen has played with the Sepsi SIC Romanian national team since 2011. The 5-foot-9 point guard was named... READ MORE
An offseason of changes continues for the Colorado State men’s basketball team.
Friday afternoon, a school spokesperson confirmed to the Collegian that sophomore guard Carlton Hurst has asked for and been granted a release from his... READ MORE
CTV sports reporter Elizabeth Prasse gets an inside look on the struggling CSU women’s tennis team. Tennis is a sport that mentally and physically challenges its players. While the CSU women’s tennis team may have a losing record so far this season, they are working on staying positive and supporting... READ MORE
Slavery, destruction of World Heritage sites, terrorist attacks, genocide, and the rape of underage girls — this is but a small taste of the crimes ISIS militants have perpetrated. As a result, most of us would like nothing more than to see every single member of this felonious... READ MORE
Welcome to the debut episode of the “Existential Octopus,” a podcast that explores spirituality and all aspects of the human experience. In this episode, host Sean Stuart and guest Luc Freiburg discuss confronting biases, the personal nature of religion, and opening up to all expressions of life.
Links from this... READ MORE
Episode III: The Corporate Internet
In this episode of A Series of Tubes, I am joined by Haleigh McGill. We are talking Net Neutrality, Copyright Law, #Brand advertising, and the eternal quest for power.
Comcast is the Worst
Why you need to pay for stuff on the Internet
Make sure to think twice before drunkenly riding your horse down the street to grab a pizza. If you may think it is the best alternative to driving your car, think again. According to C.R.S. 42-4-1301, it is illegal to ride a horse while... READ MORE
FoCoMX, a two-night event celebrating local music, was this weekend, and Old Town was flooded with over 200 performances (265 to be exact) at over 20 venues, all by local musicians from Northern Colorado.
FoCoMX offers a variety of features that a typical concert can’t. First, perhaps most obviously, is the sheer... READ MORE
What is Northern Colorado known for?
When I ask you this you may instantly think, as many would, about all the local breweries that serve up delicious craft beer. Or you may conjure up a picture in your head of a recent hike, since Colorado is nationally-recognized for its active lifestyle... READ MORE