The Collegian strives to provide quality coverage of a variety of campus and local events, news, views and entertainment. Some days, the paper is uplifting and positive, like when the CSU climbing team won a national championship for the second year in a row. Other times, our stories cover sensitive material and topics that tear the smile right from your face, like when tragedy struck a CSU basketball player earlier this year.
It can be difficult to recognize the most important stories in our campus community in the day-to-day news cycle and in the busy college environment. When you look at the semester as a whole, however, there were some that stood out from others for their importance to the community or for the stories they told.
Below is a timeline of the most-read news articles from the spring semester for each of the five last months. On the top row are the top headlines for the affiliated articles, with the publication date above, while on the bottom row are some larger stories that you may have heard about these past few months, with the date they happened below.
- “Colorado State’s GoFundMe for Omogbo family surpasses $90,000” by Keegan Pope
- “Bernie Sanders visits CSU campus, encourages supporters to caucus Super Tuesday” by Tatiana Parafiniuk-Talesnick
- “Diversity bill officially passed after overflowing gallery, protest and petition” by Erin Douglas
- “Season to remember for CSU women’s hoops culminated in NCAA appearance” by Sam Lounsberry
- “Rams Remember Rams honors those who passed this academic year” by Julia Rentsch
- “Students participate in B.A.R.E. Run despite university cautions” by Julia Rentsch and Erin Krigger
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