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City to Hold Two Meetings on Mobile Home Parks Future

City to Hold Two Meetings on Mobile Home Park’s Future

November 8, 2012

The City of Fort Collins is holding two meetings on the future housing options for those displaced by the closure of mobile home lots. The meetings will discuss the role that the city will play in terms...

CSU students average over $22,000 in debt upon graduation

CSU students average over $22,000 in debt upon graduation

November 6, 2012

A recent survey by the Institute for College Access and Success on student loan debt showed that the average student graduated with $26,600 worth of debt. CSU students fall well below that number. Between...

CSU Spinoff Wins Venture Award

CSU Spinoff Wins Venture Award

November 1, 2012

A Colorado company that started as a CSU spinoff took home the US Department of Energy's annual Venture Award for their work with sugars and carbohydrates. Carbo Analytics, which is headquartered within...

Fort Collins Police Arrest Armed Robbery Suspect

October 25, 2012

Fort Collins Police arrested 28-year-old Christopher Wayne Jones in connection with an armed robbery that occurred on October 24 near campus. Jones turned himself in at 8:30 a.m. this morning after being...

Senator Udall and Bennet ask Fire Service for Money

October 11, 2012

A group of United States Senators--including Mark Udall and Michael Bennet--have asked the Forest Service to spend more time and money on several fires that hit the region this summer. The group wants...

CSU kicks of 97th annual homecoming weekend

CSU kicks of 97th annual homecoming weekend

October 4, 2012

There is a tradition that takes place every fall around campus at CSU that harkens back to the Woodrow Wilson administration. This tradition is the annual homecoming celebration that has taken place every...

The Colorado State marching band performs berfore last Saturdays football game at Hughes Stadium. The band has record enrollment this year, a record which has been broken the past three years in a row.

Colorado State Marching Band the largest in school history

September 25, 2012

If the CSU marching band seems a bit louder at Hughes Stadium this year it might be for good reason — the 300 member band is the largest it’s been since its inception in 1901. One reason for the...

A Save Our Stadium Hughes stands among the greenery within the Plant Environmental Research Center Tuesday evening (PERC). PERC is located where the proposed on-campus stadium would be built.

CSU Produce Stand Opens for Fall With Future in Doubt

September 11, 2012

With a proposed on-campus stadium under review, the CSU Plant Environmental Research Center has reason to keep track of the debate. The center –– which runs a produce stand on Thursdays from 1:30...

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