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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Alaina Nobel, Courtney LaFontano, Tiana Fuentes and Jonathan Paul rehearse their roles for the play Silent Sky during a dress rehearsal at the Colorado State University University for the Arts Sept. 26 “I am excited to kick off our seasons theme of democracy which is also CSU theme,” Director Debbie Swann said. “When we chose the play we were looking for pieces that spoke to marginalized voices; giving voice to people who have previously been voiceless is what Silent Sky is about.”

Theater department prepares for ‘Silent Sky’ performance

Barnaby Atwood, Staff Reporter September 28, 2023

Giving a voice to the voiceless, the School of Music, Theatre and Dance at Colorado State University will perform "Silent Sky" by Lauren Gunderson at the University Center for the Arts at the end of September...

CSU students rally, march against fossil fuel investments

CSU students rally, march against fossil fuel investments

Barnaby Atwood and Rebekah Barry May 4, 2023

Colorado State University students and Fort Collins community members marched and rallied against Colorado State University’s endowment having holdings in the fossil fuel industry on April 27. Divest...

All you need to know about the Get Yourself Tested campaign

All you need to know about the Get Yourself Tested campaign

Barnaby Atwood, Staff Reporter April 13, 2023

Students have access to get confidentially tested for two sexual transmitted infections — chlamydia and gonorrhea — for $20 through the Colorado State University Health Network through April 14. What...

Summer session offers unique academic opportunities

Summer session offers unique academic opportunities

Barnaby Atwood, Staff Reporter April 12, 2023

While the Colorado State University academic year ends in May for most students, there are still options for students to continue their education over the summer. Starting March 21, students have been...

CSU professor works for environmental justice

CSU professor works for environmental justice

Barnaby Atwood, Staff Reporter April 6, 2023

Stephanie Malin is an associate professor in the Colorado State University department of sociology and one of the co-founders and steering members of the Center for Environmental Justice at Colorado...

The Food and Drug Administration announced a shortage of Adderall, the common name for amphetamine-mixed salts, in October 2022 due to insufficient supply of amphetamine. Since then, the Drug Enforcement Agency has not approved an increase in amphetamine production, making the medication extremely difficult for people for whom it is prescribed to find.

CSU students, professionals impacted by Adderall shortage

Barnaby Atwood, Staff Reporter March 23, 2023

As Adderall shortages persist, students at Colorado State University must continue to navigate life without their medication. Adderall is the brand name for amphetamine-mixed salts and is a common...

Neurodiversity Alliance empowers neurodiverse students

Neurodiversity Alliance empowers neurodiverse students

Barnaby Atwood, Staff Reporter February 23, 2023

The Neurodiversity Alliance, currently known as The LD Alliance at Colorado State University, provides a way for neurodiverse students and allies to connect and organize to spread awareness and advocate...

CAM the Ram poses for a picture with a student on the Lory Student Center West Lawn Feb. 17. CAM made an appearance on campus in celebration of his recent birthday, Feb. 6, which marks the day Colorado State University officially adopted a Rambouillet sheep as its animal mascot.

Celebrating CAM: The Ramimal ambassador of CSU

Barnaby Atwood, Staff Reporter February 20, 2023

There is, in fact, a real-life CAM the Ram, and he's not just a logo or a costume. Feb. 6 marked 69 years since CAM’s official adoption as Colorado State University's mascot. While there has been...

Student-led organizations work toward sustainable future

Student-led organizations work toward sustainable future

Barnaby Atwood, Staff Reporter January 31, 2023

Different sustainability organizations on campus have started planning their events for the semester, which include volunteering opportunities and projects related to clothing consumption. The Student...

The Health and Medical Center, located on Lake Street and College Avenue

Health Network hosts free voice workshop for trans students

Barnaby Atwood, Staff Reporter January 30, 2023

The Colorado State University Health Network's Transgender Health Team is co-hosting voice workshops with the Pride Resource Center for transgender and nonbinary students Jan. 31 to Feb. 2. Jan. 31...

Some people hold a sign that says Graduate Worker Organizing Cooperative.

Plans to phase out mandatory assistant graduate fees now underway

Barnaby Atwood, Staff Reporter January 19, 2023

With the start of the spring semester, Colorado State University rolled out its plan to phase out mandatory fees for graduate assistants, starting with 50% of fees covered this semester. The plan is...

The exterior of the final Colorado State University Spur building, Hydro

Spur campus Hydro building opens to the public

Barnaby Atwood, Staff Reporter January 17, 2023

Colorado State University Spur's Hydro building opened its doors to the public Jan. 6, wrapping up the development of the Spur campus. The CSU Spur campus is a non-degree granting campus that focuses...

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