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What you need to know about hiking in winter

Camila Nadalet December 14, 2016

Most people in Colorado can almost unanimously agree that the hiking and outdoors are unbelievable. The Rocky Mountains make for such amazing sights to be seen, and one can spend hours or even days exploring...

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Don’t “bee” a hater: How to save the bees

Camila Nadalet December 7, 2016

Bees play a crucial role in the sustainability of our world. They are one of the major contributors to the pollination of countless species of plants around the globe, making the nature we live with more...

An attentive crowd braves the cold at the 19th annual tree lighting ceremony at the First Presbyterian Church on Thursday night. (Michael Berg | Collegian)

19th Annual NightLights Tree Lighting Ceremony raises money for local children in need

Camila Nadalet December 3, 2016

The 19th Annual NightLights Tree Lighting Ceremony was the perfect way to kick off the month of December this year. The event was held at First Presbyterian Church in Fort Collins and was hosted by the...

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Fort Collins nonprofit provides care for youth with developmental disabilities

Camila Nadalet November 10, 2016

Respite Care is a non-profit organization located on S. Lemay Street in Fort Collins. It provides short-term care for children to young adults anywhere between the ages of six weeks to 21 years. The organization...

Downtown Lighting Ceremony illuminates Old Town for the holidays

Camila Nadalet November 6, 2016

The uncharacteristically warm fall Colorado has been experiencing this year made Friday night the perfect evening for the Annual Holiday Lighting Ceremony that occurs in Oak Street Plaza in Old Town Fort...

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‘The Little Mermaid’ story has dark origins

Camila Nadalet October 28, 2016

We all know the classic Disney princess stories and their happily ever after endings. The girl falls asleep in the forest and is awakened by the soft kiss of a handsome prince and they fall in love, the...

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Things to do on Halloween besides party

Camila Nadalet October 21, 2016

You are a college student. As such, there seem to be certain expectations that society expects you to meet. The most common ones seem to all kind of hover within the same area. For example, taking care...

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Halloween: Then vs. now

Camila Nadalet October 20, 2016

When you are a child, a lot of things excite you. From birthdays to new friends to puppies, it seems like children are always able to find some bit of positivity and happiness in everything. Throw in a...

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Most interesting and ridiculous quotes from the second presidential debate

Camila Nadalet October 10, 2016

It is no doubt that this year’s presidential election is likely catching the eyes and ears of all 7 billion people in the world. While we all wish that the fuss over the candidates was because they were...

Corgi owners with their dogs on the annual Tour de Corgi parade in old town Fort Collins.

Tour de Corgi to present puppy parade this weekend

Camila Nadalet September 28, 2016

The second annual Tour de Corgi will be held this Saturday, October 1, in Old Town. The event will begin at 10 a.m. at Civic Center Park. From the start of the event until noon, corgis and owners participating...

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Newly-opened Torchy’s Tacos features welcoming atmosphere with inauthentic food

Camila Nadalet September 25, 2016

Torchy’s Tacos opened a location at the newly renovated Foothills Mall. Located right next to SmashBurger, Torchy’s Tacos offers a selection of different, more “Americanized” taco...

DUO 1804 performs at the University Center for the Arts. Photo credit: Camila Nadalet

DUO 1804 kicks off the UCA’s Fall Classical Convergence Series

Camila Nadalet September 22, 2016

Tuesday, September 20, marked the first performance in The Colorado State University School of Music, Theater and Dance’s Classical Convergence Concert Series. The series brings in a variety of classical...

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