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The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Students who seek peaceful, quiet areas to study will be delighted to know that the Morgan Library is extending their hours through finals week. This is one of the many resources offered to students as the end of the semester draws closer. (Maya Shoup | Collegian)

Morgan Library, Lory Student Center offering extended hours for CSU finals week

Clair Tillotson December 4, 2017

Finals week is a rough time for many students with many long hours and late nights spent studying, reviewing notes and reading text books for the first time all semester. To help students prepare for...

Ed Darack in Afghanistan. (Wikimedia Commons)

Author, journalist Ed Darack to give book talk about Extortion 17

Clair Tillotson November 8, 2017

For those who like great books, military history and conspiracies and writers, author, journalist and photographer Ed Darack will hold a book talk on his recently released book.  Colorado State University's...

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Fort Collins Police report few citations over Halloween weekend

Clair Tillotson October 31, 2017

Halloween weekend, or better known as “Halloweekend,” is many college students favorite time of the year but authorities typically deal with various crimes throughout the City. This year was a typical...

A panel of four diversity officers, Mary Ontiveros, Qull Philips, Flo King and Dr. Frank Tuitt,  discuss a variety of topics spanning the classification of student admissions to their own personal journey of how they got to where they are today, Lory Student Center (LSC).  Flo King along with the other panelists gave a fact about themselves to start off the panel before more serious topics were introduced. King later brought up how the progression of institutions is progressing in terms of diversity inclusiveness and how not only should students be the focus of diversity and inclusiveness, but also how faculty and staff should respond to students. l Tyler Morales | Collegian

Panel discusses university inclusion efforts at Diversity Symposium

Clair Tillotson September 28, 2017

When thinking back to where universities started and how they are today, diversity work plays a key role in everything that makes an institution what it is, according to panelists at Wednesday afternoon's...

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