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An influenza vaccine before being administered in the Colorado State University Health Center on Nov. 12. (Ryan Schmidt | The Collegian)

Health Network sees increase in vaccines during flu season

Delaney Allen December 2, 2019

As if finals aren’t enough to stress out about, the threat of flu season can also be a major source of stress for students at Colorado State University, as has been the case in years prior. Influenza,...

(Photo Courtesy of Robert Serunjogi)

From taking out the trash to funding schools in Uganda: A CSU janitor’s story

Delaney Allen November 21, 2019

In the spring semester of 2015, a sophomore at Colorado State University sat outside the engineering building after her lab, waiting for her ride. What Laura Schreck, now an alumna, never expected was...

A construction worker holds up a stop sign in the street, next to a building under construction on lake street. (Devin Cornelius | Collegian)

Professors work to develop wearable air pollution detectors

Delaney Allen November 20, 2019

Millions of people are exposed to chemicals and pollutants every day at work. For some, these pollutants are nothing more than bothersome. For others, they can be incredibly dangerous, even leading to...

Photo illustration for pueblo credit transfer (Ryan Schmidt | The Collegian)

Transferring to CSU? Some credits may not tag along

Delaney Allen November 11, 2019

Students may feel more pressured into taking AP, IB or concurrent enrollment courses in high school now more than ever, but that credit may not even count toward college graduation in the end. Even transfers...

After a controversial video showing many students’ grades in a class, questions have been raised about what educational privacy students have. (Addie Kuettner | The Collegian)

A student’s rights to educational privacy in the digital age

Delaney Allen October 27, 2019

In an age in which so many people are reliant on the internet, privacy is an aspect of life that can be invaded at the click of a button. A situation involving the breach of a Colorado State University...

Allison Hall is the oldest dorm building on campus. Spoons is located in the main lobby.

Racial slurs yelled in Allison Hall next bias incident at CSU

Delaney Allen October 1, 2019

Two Allison Hall residents yelled racial slurs heard by bystanders Sept. 26, according to a Sept. 27 email sent to Allison Hall residents.  The Colorado State University Police Department was called...

Intramural Fields mens bathroom Oct. 1. (Anna von Pechmann | Collegian)

N-word found written in IM fields restroom

Delaney Allen October 1, 2019

Colorado State University Recreation Center staff found the N-word written in the outdoor restrooms on the IM fields Sept. 29, according to a message sent to Rec staff. "We share this all with you knowing...

The CSU Health and Medical Center hosts a campus Health Fair to provide students with information how to stay healthy in all aspects. (Anna Baize | Collegian)

CSU Health Center offers medical, counseling services on campus

Delaney Allen August 26, 2019

Students can find many of their medical, mental health and sexual health needs met on the southeast corner of campus. The Hartshorn building, north of Braiden Hall and east of the Colorado State University...

A Great Blue Heron lands by a small lake in Evergreen West Pond. The first case of the west nile virus has been confirmed in Larimer County. (Collegian File Photo)

First human West Nile cases of 2019 confirmed in County

Delaney Allen August 26, 2019

The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment has confirmed the first human cases of West Nile virus this year. The cases were confirmed in both Fort Collins and Wellington. Residents are advised...

Due to a burnout operation, the Beaver Fire increased to 92 acres and was 35 percent contained Thursday. (Photo courtesy of Reghan Cloudman, public affairs specialist for the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland)

Beaver Fire grows to 92 acres

Delaney Allen July 12, 2019

The Beaver Fire, burning west of the Pingree Park Road and east of Colorado State University Mountain Campus, saw massive growth since Tuesday.  The fire increased from 8.5 acres to 65 acres within a...

Firefighters conducted a test fire July 7 to see if conditions allowed for a burnout to counteract the Beaver Fire, but due to measurable precipitation levels in the area, a burnout has not been possible. (Photo courtesy of Reghan Cloudman)

Firefighters battle Beaver Fire as it grows to 8.5 acres

Delaney Allen July 9, 2019

Burning west of the Pingree Park Road and approximately 1.5 miles east of the Colorado State University Mountain Campus in Roosevelt National Forest, the Beaver Fire has burned approximately 8.5 acres...

Colorado State University patrol car. (Susie Heath | The Collegian)

Series of overnight vandalism on campus

Delaney Allen July 5, 2019

According to a Colorado State University alert sent out Friday afternoon, July 5, a series of vandalism occurred in the parking areas near Alpine Hall, Moby Arena, Canvas Stadium and just south of campus. The...

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