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Horoscopes for Wednesday, April 1 entail many wise predictions from the Collegian Staff. (Graphic via Wallpaper Flare)

Horoscopes for Wednesday, April 1

Collegian Staff March 31, 2020

Aries - The ghost of Babe Ruth once said, “Remember kid: … Heroes get remembered, but legends never die.” But Batman once said, “You either die a hero or live long enough to become the villain.”...

Collegian Reviews (Illustration by Caleb Carpenter | Collegian)

Ask A&C: Is Lil Nas X’s ‘Old Town Road’ country?

Collegian Staff April 17, 2019

In recent weeks, rapper, Lil Nas X has seen massive success with his country-trap fusion, “Old Town Road.” However, Billboard recently decided to remove the song from its country charts, though they...

Ben Amundson and Alexandra Farias celebrate after being named the next president and Vice President of the Associated Students of Colorado State University April 11 in the ASCSU Senate Chambers. The election season saw a record-breaking 26.6% voter turnout of the student body. (Colin Shepherd | Collegian)

Amundson-Farias wins ASCSU presidential election

Collegian Staff April 11, 2019

After an unexpected snow day delayed the announcement of Associated Students of Colorado State University presidential and Speaker of the Senate results, the students of CSU have a new student body president...

The Collegian newspaper. (Colin Shepherd | Collegian)

Collegian newspapers disappear from newsracks Tuesday

Collegian Staff April 9, 2019

The Collegian newsstands looked rather empty Tuesday morning. Most of the copies of The Collegian newspapers were taken off the stands and thrown away, according to multiple eyewitnesses, with many papers...

ASCSU President candidate Ben Amundson and Vice President candidate Alexandra Farias answer questions during the ASCSU LSC Theatre Debate April 3. (Matt Tackett | Collegian)

Amundson-Farias campaign dispute alleged misreporting of financial documents

Collegian Staff April 8, 2019

Associated Students of Colorado State University presidential candidate Ben Amundson and vice presidential candidate Alexandra Farias’ campaign finance documents have come into question after a member...

Illustration by Meg Metzger-Seymour.

Fort Collins Election Guide: Voting for mayor race, city council begins

Collegian Staff March 27, 2019

On April 2, ballots are due for the Fort Collins City Council elections. This election season, 11 candidates are running for four City Council district seats and two candidates are running for mayor. Ballot...

(Graphic by Colin Shepherd | Collegian)

Collegian predicts Oscar Best Picture winners

Collegian Staff February 21, 2019

Whether you’re a film buff or fall asleep every time you enter a movie theatre, the Academy Awards are a significant cultural event. This past year offered a few redeemed films amongst a sea of mediocre...

A pedestrian walks past a freight train that is stopped near the intersection of Mason and Laurel streets following a collision with a pedestrian at approximately 2:57 p.m. Feb. 7. One fatality was confirmed by Fort Collins Police Services. (Forrest Czarnecki | Collegian)

Train kills Fort Collins pedestrian, closes major roads

Collegian Staff February 7, 2019

BREAKING: Suspected train collision on Mulberry street. More to come tonight. pic.twitter.com/XpH6PCq7yw — CTV Channel 11 (@CTV11) February 7, 2019 Update Feb. 7 at 8:46 p.m.: The railroad tracks...

Jared Polis

Democrats sweep Colorado: Polis, Neguse make history in 2018 midterms

Collegian Staff November 7, 2018

Democrats are making their voices heard in Colorado. The blue party swept the board in the general elections Tuesday night as party candidates won governor, attorney general and a slew of local races....

Passed and Failed: 2018 Colorado Ballot Initiatives

Passed and Failed: 2018 Colorado Ballot Initiatives

Collegian Staff November 7, 2018

Editor's Note: All final percentages were gathered from The New York Times as of 11:26 p.m. Mountain Time Nov. 6. The totals had not been officially finalized as of that time. From gerrymandering to...

Former Colorado State University assistant professor Christina Boucher testifies during a trial in a lawsuit against Colorado State University accusing the college of retaliation and sexual harassment against Boucher, as seen on Friday, Aug. 24, 2018, at the Larimer County Justice Center in Fort Collins, Colo.(Photo courtesy of Tim Hurst/ The Coloradoan)

No damages awarded to former professor in CSU sexual harassment trial

Collegian Staff August 28, 2018

  Editor's note: This article contains sensitive information regarding sexual harassment and mental health issues. A jury determined that actions taken by Colorado State University against...

Candles honoring Gerald Fischman, Rob Hiassen, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith, and Wendi Winters flicker as the sun sets during a candlelight vigil on Friday, June 29, 2018, at Annapolis Mall for the five Capital Gazette employees slain during a shooting spree in their newsroom. (Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun/TNS)

Editorial: After the Capital Gazette shooting, remember journalists are people, too

Collegian Staff June 30, 2018

Editor’s note: This is an editorial. Editorials do not reflect the view of all employees of The Collegian, but instead represent a stance taken by The Collegian’s editorial board, which consists of...

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