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CTV News: Thursday, Apr. 28 2016

In our final episode of CTV News, we go all out! Michael Smith, an energy entrepreneur and CSU alum has donated 13 million dollars to CSU. We take a look at how ASCSU is tackling mental health at the University. Then we glance at a dance class being taught by a world renowned dancer and CSU Ram. Nicole Conklin breaks down your weekly weather forecast and your CSU Double Trouble reminisces over the past few years together. Courtney Fromm introduces us to her dogs, as they are the Pups of the Week! Then we say goodbye to our adviser Mario Caballero as he retires. All this and more!

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Producer Adrian Felix can be reached at news@collegian.com or on Twitter @afelixmedia

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