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Briefs Jan. 29: Register your Superbowl party with CSU

Campus News

The Superbowl is Sunday, prepare by registering your party at the Off-Campus Life office located in the Lory Student Center West. According to the CSU Office of Off-Campus Life, 97.3 percent of parties registered have never received a citation. All that is needed to register is a valid license and CSU ID. Super Bowl parties may be registered until 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31. The office can be reached at 970-491-2248.


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The Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory and Wild Birds Unlimited is hosting their 5th annual winter raptor tour to the Colorado grasslands at 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 15. A van will transfer participants to the grasslands where diverse birds will be seen in their habitat. Tickets cost $30 but, RMBO members, WBU members, and students can purchase tickets for $25. Reserve tickets before Feb. 13 by emailing or call 970-482-1707 ext. 25.

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