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Meet the Lory Student Center Architects

November 13, 2013

Across the country sitting in their board room at Perkins & Will in Boston, Ma, project manager David Damon and architect Yanel deAngel shed light on undertaking the redesign of the Lory Student Center. Q:...

Stickers that bost Adjunct and proud plaster Professor Bev McQuinns office door in Eddy Hall. McQuinn, who has been teaching at CSU for 25 years, is one of many adjuct professors at CSU that are considdered temporary faculty despite their many years of experience and edcuational qualifications.

Adjunct faculty see changes at CSU

October 15, 2013

The times are changing for adjunct faculty at CSU. “Like all universities, Colorado State is fortunate to have an exceptional cadre of adjunct faculty – highly qualified women and men who bring...

CSU students pay less living off-campus

September 7, 2013

According to a basic estimate conducted by Off-Campus Life, a housing resource for CSU students, the cost of living on-campus is more expensive than the cost of living off-campus. Calculations for the...

Second year graduate student and TA, Dan Pearson, grades papers for a physics course. Most of the grading and research is done by the many graduate students at CSU.

Inside the new ecosystem science and sustainability major

March 11, 2013

Students interested in the science and sustainability of ecosystems can now channel their passion into a major, degree and — potentially — a career. The Natural Resources Department offers a bachelor’s...

The Can Kicks Back: CSU students fight back against debt

The Can Kicks Back: CSU students fight back against debt

March 4, 2013

Editor’s note: Kirsten Silveira was formerly a news editor at the Collegian. Creating jobs, education and healthcare are the main priorities of the younger generation, according to the New...

Fort Collins resident Todd Smith smokes a cigarette ouside of IHOP on College Ave. Wednesday. Smith has been a regualr to IHOP for the past 10 years, spending his days of sipping coffee and reading.

Homeless in Fort Collins: An inside perspective

February 28, 2013

Across the table sipping a cup of black coffee at the Bean Cycle in downtown Fort Collins, Todd Smith, 30, openly shares his life as one of the many homeless people in this area. “Over the last...

Rachel Acker, a junior environmental engineering major, explains her homework Tuesday.

Women’s studies program seeks to empower students

February 21, 2013

  The Women’s Studies Interdisciplinary Program at CSU offered its first classes to students in 1978. Today, the program is an opportunity to explore feminist theory and develop an understanding...

Students (from left: Danita Ordaz, Sandra Camillo, Jose Gomez and Edith Gonzales) going on the Somos Rams Leadership Retreat in Estes Park stand behind the retreat coordinators (from left: Guadalupe Salazar, Ph.D. and Brandy Salazar) in the El Centro Office in the LSC Thursday afternoon. Students going on the retreat will participate in both physical and intellectual activities.

El Centro hosts fifth Somos Rams leadership retreat

February 11, 2013

Around 20 to 25 freshmen participated in El Centro’s fifth annual Somos Ram Leadership Retreat to form connections to other CSU students and faculty at the YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park this past...

George Will Monfort Lecture live Blog

George Will Monfort Lecture live Blog

January 31, 2013

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Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist George Will to speak at CSU for Monfort Lecture

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist George Will to speak at CSU for Monfort Lecture

January 31, 2013

Across the country, sitting in his office in Washington, D.C., Pulitzer Prize winning Washington Post columnist George F. Will reflected on his childhood and counted his blessings. “It certainly was...

Nolan Doesken at his home in Fort Collins. He is the state climatologist for all of Colorado here at CSU and is currently investigating why there has been so little snow throughout this mild winter.

CSU Department of Atmospheric Science: less water gathering in Colorado reservoirs due to higher temperatures

January 22, 2013

The year 2012 was confirmed as the warmest year on record. Have rising temperatures had significance in the lack of snowfall this year and what does the lack of snow mean for Colorado? “It meant a...

CSU Snowboard Team recruits new members

CSU Snowboard Team recruits new members

December 4, 2012

The CSU Snowboard Team is looking for snowboarders seeking to improve their abilities as the winter sport’s popularity peaks in the snowy months of December, January and February. “We are a progressive...

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