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Colorado Supreme Court voids Fort Collins fracking moratorium

Diego Felix May 3, 2016

In a decision that could set precedence for how local governments statewide can regulate natural gas and oil extraction, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled against Fort Collins’ five-year moratorium on...

Father Gary Thomas spoke to a full ballroom on exorcisms in the 21st century Monday night. (Photo By: Megan Fischer)

Vatican-certified exorcist discusses spiritual experiences with his practice

April 19, 2016

Crowds lined the Lory Student Center Grand Ballroom walls Monday night to hear a speech on modern exorcisms from a priest who a decade earlier received Vatican-sponsored exorcist training.Father Gary Thomas,...

NoCo hemp-based trade show continues to grow in popularity

NoCo hemp-based trade show continues to grow in popularity

Diego Felix April 5, 2016

The third annual NoCo Hemp Expo this weekend attracted industry experts, vendors and attendees to the First National Bank building at the Ranch, transforming the 36,000-square-foot space into an epicenter...

Northern Colorado Hemp Expo to take place at Ranch Events Complex in Loveland

Diego Felix March 30, 2016

The third-annual Northern Colorado Hemp Expo will take place April 1-2 at the Ranch Events Complex in Loveland.Hosted by the Colorado Hemp Company, a group of artisans and revivalists who came together...

Fort Collins police set up public exchange zones for safer buying, selling environment

Fort Collins police set up public exchange zones for safer buying, selling environment

Diego Felix March 28, 2016

While Craigslist's anonymous online marketplace is an effective tool for selling couches or purchasing used audio equipment, it presents one caveat — dealing with strangers.Fort Collins Police Services...

Deputy Secretary Mike Connor reflects upon his eight years as Water Leader for the U.S. Department of the Interior Wednesday evening in the LSC.

Deputy Secretary of the Interior talks water issues in the west at CSU

Diego Felix March 10, 2016

“Whiskey is for drinking, water is for fighting” is a phrase that U.S. Deputy Secretary of the Interior Mike Connor despises.Addressing a half-full Lory Student Center theatre, Connor, who has served...

From left: Jay Breidt, Sangmi Pallickara and Shrideep Pallickara. (Lisa Knebl/Department of Computer Science)

CSU research team plans to fight disease outbreak with multiplayer game

Diego Felix February 26, 2016

An interdisciplinary research team at Colorado State University is developing a collaborative-planning tool for combatting disease outbreaks. The group of computer scientists and statisticians is developing...

(Photo courtesy Colorado State University.)

Astronomy Prof. Roger Culver retires after 50 years at CSU

Diego Felix February 19, 2016

When Roger Culver arrived on campus in 1966, Colorado State University had an enrollment of 8,000, Prospect Road marked Fort Collins’ southernmost edge and the football team was playing games on Jack...

A freshly poured beer in a snowy day in Fort Collins.

CSU fermentation science students might now get to taste their own beer

Diego Felix February 3, 2016

Students and faculty in the Department of Fermentation Sciences and Technology may finally get to taste their in-class creations after a house bill was introduced to remove restrictions on college brewing...

University announces launch of virtual reality initiative

University announces launch of virtual reality initiative

Diego Felix January 31, 2016

Amid Oculus Rift demonstrations and discussions of on-campus applications on Thursday, representatives from the Office of the Vice President for Research announced the upcoming fall semester launch of...

Brittney Briar is a Level 2 Environmental Service Technician at CSU. She has been employed as an EST for over two years and currently works in Braiden Hall. Photo: Cameron Bumsted

Environmental service staff keeps CSU’s residence halls clean

Diego Felix December 1, 2015

Every day is a clean slate, and for Colorado State University students living on campus, thanks can be given to faculty such as Brittney Briar, one of the 130 environmental service staff members responsible...

The MAX Bus slowly pulls up to the University Station on campus. It was a Wednesday morning and the MAX had places to be and people to shuttle. Studnets and non-students alike, ride the MAX everyday. Photo by Kevin Olson.

To alleviate delays, city council allocates funds to MAX for additional buses

Diego Felix November 19, 2015

Although the MAX Transit System’s services are free for members of the Colorado State University community, implementing new infrastructure cost millions.When the MAX services were launched May 2014,...

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