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(Graphic illustration by Charlie Dillon | The Unprecedented Times)

CSU alum Deanne Criswell nominated to head FEMA

Aidan Knaus April 9, 2021

Deanne Criswell, a Colorado State University alumna, has been nominated by President Joe Biden to head the Federal Emergency Management Agency. If she is confirmed by the senate, Criswell would become...

(Graphic Illustration by Charlie Dillon | The Collegian)

Biden administration takes steps to change Title IX

Aidan Knaus April 9, 2021

Students at universities across the country can expect significant shifts in the way their schools address gender discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual assault, including at Colorado State University....

Fireworks end the night during the Colorado State University Homecoming celebration Oct. 4. (Colin Shepherd | Collegian)

New Year’s Day moved to March 1 per world’s decision

Aidan Knaus March 31, 2021

To commemorate the start of the global pacifier, world leaders have officially announced that New Year’s Day will now be celebrated March 1. “In order to celebrate the renewal of the world and...

(Graphic illustration by Malia Berry | The Collegian)

The reverend Naomi Tutu on privilege, civil rights and more

Aidan Knaus March 26, 2021

The Colorado State University community received a visit from a prominent human rights activist to learn about identity and civil rights. The Rev. Naomi Tutu, daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu,...

Mayoral candidate Molly Skold sits on a bench in Fort Collins City Park March 20. (Gregory James | The Collegian)

City Council elections: Molly Skold, mayor

Aidan Knaus March 24, 2021

Mayoral candidate Molly Skold hopes to bring innovation to city government and reboot the local economy. Skold wants to translate her experience in business and community involvement into an administration...

(Graphic Illustration by Abby Flitton | The Collegian)

On our ballots: City Charter Amendments 3-5

Sam Moccia and Aidan Knaus March 21, 2021

Charter Amendment No. 3 Charter Amendment No. 3 is a proposed amendment to Sections 9 and 11 of Article V of the Charter of the City of Fort Collins, Colorado. Article V is titled “Finance Administration.”  Section...

The main entrance to the Fort Collins Police Services building is seen on a cloudy morning shortly after sunrise. Fort Collins Police have recently created a new mental health response team. (Michael Marquardt | The Collegian)

Fort Collins police create team dedicated to mental health response

Aidan Knaus March 8, 2021

Editor’s Note: Dylan Tusinski is an opinion writer for The Collegian.  Fort Collins Police Services has created a new specialized unit to address mental health crises in the community. The program...

The City Hall Meeting Tuesday night had many parts. There was an oppurtunity for citizen participation, discussion of prospective construction on East Prospect Road, and an appeal (Erica Giesenhagen | Collegian).

City to create new equity and inclusion office

Aidan Knaus February 21, 2021

The City of Fort Collins has recently announced the upcoming creation of a new City office with a focus on equity and inclusion. The City has been holding bilingual meetings with the public in order...

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