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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

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State bill enacts roll-through laws for bikes, non-motor vehicles

Austria Cohn , News Reporter April 27, 2022

Bicyclists and people on electric scooters over 15 years old are now able to generally treat stop signs as yield signs and red lights as stop signs. Gov. Jared Polis signed House Bill 22-1028, known...

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La oportunidad de subvención hace que los cursos de verano de CSU sean más asequibles

Austria Cohn and Michelle Rivera-Garfio April 19, 2022

Nota del editor: Puedes leer la versión en ingles de este artículo aquí. Traducción de Michelle Rivera-Garfio Los estudiantes de la Universidad Estatal de Colorado que estén interesados...

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El Continuum of Care de NoCo trabaja para ‘hacer el estar sin hogar algo escaso

Austria Cohn, Gizel Garcia March 29, 2022

Nota del editor: Puedes leer la versión en ingles de este artículo aquí. Traducción de Gizel Garcia El Continuo del Cuidado del Norte de Colorado (Northern Colorado Continuum of Care o NoCo...

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Grant opportunity makes CSU summer courses more affordable

Austria Cohn , News Reporter March 10, 2022

Editor’s Note: Read the Spanish version of this article here. Colorado State University students who are interested in taking summer classes can now receive a grant to go toward their tuition. Undergraduate...

Councilmember Susan Gutowsky listens during a Fort Collins City Council session Sept. 21, 2021. The City Council heard from community members and moved forward with a variety of ordinances impacting Poudre School District, local marijuana codes, infrastructure and other aspects of the City.

City Council passes ‘Medicare for All’ resolution, cancels March 15 meeting

Austria Cohn , News Reporter March 2, 2022

The Fort Collins City Council discussed the "Medicare for All" resolution at the most recent meeting, and members of the community spoke during public comment about this item. On March 1, the City Council...

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Semester at Sea cruise ship experiences COVID-19 outbreak

Austria Cohn , News Reporter February 28, 2022

The Semester at Sea cruise ship recently experienced a COVID-19 outbreak. As of Feb. 15, 43 people had tested positive, according to Scott Marshall, president and chief executive officer of Semester at...

NoCo Continuum of Care works to ‘make homelessness rare’

Austria Cohn , News Reporter February 22, 2022

Editor’s Note: Read the Spanish version of this article here. Northern Colorado Continuum of Care is an organization that offers resources, support and housing to people who are experiencing homelessness. The...

Rams Against Hunger Food Pantry

Rams en Contra del Hambre abre una despensa de alimentos para la comunidad de CSU

Austria Cohn and Florentino Aguilera February 17, 2022

Nota del editor: Puedes leer la versión en ingles de este artículo aquí. Traducción de Florentino Aguilera Rams en contra del hambre (Rams Against Hunger/RAH) abrió una despensa de alimentos...

Fort Collins City Council in session Sept. 21, 2021. The city council heard from community members and moved forward with a variety of ordinances impacting Poudre School District, local marijuana codes, infrastructure and other aspects of the City.

Fort Collins City Council discusses disposable bag ordinance

Austria Cohn , News Reporter February 17, 2022

The Fort Collins City Council passed the first reading of changes made to the disposable bag ordinance, which included lowering the cost per bag. The City Council met Feb. 15 to discuss temporary housing...

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A recent history of First Amendment conflicts on campus

Austria Cohn, News Reporter February 7, 2022

Colorado State University has experienced many freedom of speech issues in which the administration's decision for action did not sit well with students. Below are some of the most controversial freedom...

Fort Collins Mayor Jeni Arndt during a City Council session Sept. 21, 2021. The City Council heard from community members and moved forward with a variety of ordinances impacting Poudre School District, local marijuana codes, infrastructure and other aspects of the city.

State of the City Address discusses lessons from the pandemic

Austria Cohn, News Reporter February 3, 2022

At the annual State of the City Address, Interim City Manager for the City of Fort Collins Kelly DiMartino and Mayor Jeni Arndt discussed the impact of the pandemic on individuals and local businesses,...

Rams Against Hunger Food Pantry

Rams Against Hunger opens permanent food pantry for CSU community

Austria Cohn , News Reporter January 27, 2022

Editor’s Note: Read the Spanish version of this article here. Rams Against Hunger opened a permanent food pantry for those in the Colorado State University community experiencing food insecurity....

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