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Kate Winkle

Kate Winkle named the Executive News Editor for 2014-2015

December 5, 2013

Yesterday, Kate Winkle, current managing editor of the Collegian, was chosen to be the Executive News Editor of Rocky Mountain Student Media Corporation for the 2014-2015 school year. Next year,...

Q&A with Steven Lovaas, IT Security Manager

October 16, 2013

This policy began on April 1, 2013 so anyone who created a password before then will be required to upgrade their eID to follow the new requirements. Enforcement of the new policy began this month and...


October 3, 2013

The one stop shop for leadership and volunteer experiences at CSU — the SLiCE office. The SLiCE (Student leadership, involvement and community engagement) office brings together student organizations,...

Food pantry at CSU to solve campus hunger

Food pantry at CSU to solve campus hunger

October 2, 2013

Ramen for dinner five nights a week sounds like an apt description of a college diet, but many members of the CSU community don't have a choice in the matter. According to a study conducted by Director...

Sigma Phi Epsilon on probation

Sigma Phi Epsilon on probation

September 18, 2013

CSU fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon has been put on probation by the university following policy issues that occurred in Spring of 2013. Sigma Phi Epsilon is not disaffiliating from CSU, but they are...

Friends react to CSU student death in Rocky Mountain National Park

Friends react to CSU student death in Rocky Mountain National Park

August 28, 2013

Corey Stewart passed away doing what made him happy. “(That’s) the only thing keeping me OK with this,” Olivia Biondi said. Biondi has been friends with Stewart since before they could walk. While...

CSU President Tony Frank was a freshman too

August 15, 2013

The man behind the infamous beard was once a normal undergraduate freshman just like anyone else. In 1978, CSU's President Tony Frank was 18 years old and was heading off to start his college education....

CSU announces $1.5 million Venture Capital Fund

May 13, 2013

In an email addressed to the Colorado State University community, it was announced Mon. May 13 that $1.5 million dollars has been approved for the Colorado State University System Venture Capital Fund. Martin...

ASCSU Presidential candidate Nigel Daniels, left, and ASCSU Vice Presidential candidate Andrew Olson.

ASCSU hosts Inauguration Ball Friday evening

May 6, 2013

Correction: In an earlier version of this story, it was incorrectly reported that the Associated Students of CSU Inauguration Ball will take place Wednesday. In fact, it will actually take place Friday...

CSU’s Milton Brown finishes Boston Marathon minutes before explosions

April 24, 2013

The day marked a 30-year anniversary for Milton Brown, a CSU Facilities Management civil engineering project manager. Brown ran the Boston Marathon 30 years ago when he was a student at CSU. He was looking...

Doris, left, and Dell Dreher pose for a photograph. Doris remembers how excited she was when she received her engagement ring, although it wasnt substancial in size, “Dell spent every last cent he had earned to buy it.”.

A Colorado State love story that began before World War II

April 23, 2013

Dell and Doris were sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G. And that was 72 years ago. We all know what CSU is now, but imagine the university in 1941. This would take us back before World...

Thursday night apartment fire at Ram’s Pointe

Thursday night apartment fire at Ram’s Pointe

April 19, 2013

A late night snack of fried pickles led to a 911 call. Ashley Bamberg, sophomore psychology major, said that her and six others were making fried pickles in Ram’s Pointe apartment 1313 at 10:30 p.m....

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