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The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Members of the #NotProudToBe blackout event stand in front of the stage as President Joyce McConnell gives her 2019 Fall Address Sept. 19. (Matt Tackett | The Collegian)

#NotProudToBe plans to push University to action this semester

Daniela Navarro March 5, 2020

#NotProudToBe emerged in 2019 following the blackface incident on campus in the fall. Their first major appearance was the silent protest at the Presidential Address.  This past Monday, both undergraduates...

Madi Lacy works on her computer at the Undeclared technology resource center in the Behavioral Sciences building. You can check out a laptop and use the printer here if you are an undeclared student at Colorado State. (Devin Cornelius | The Collegian)

Undeclared majors: Have no fear, resources are here

Daniela Navarro February 25, 2020

Approximately 50% of students at Colorado State University will change their major or be undeclared at some point, according to a 2019 Collegian article. CSU specifically offers many on-campus resources...

Broken iClicker sits in trashcan. (Photo Illustration by Luke Bourland | The Collegian)

Update: iClickers may be replaced by cloud technology

Daniela Navarro February 25, 2020

Essential for recording attendance and quiz answers in a multitude of courses at Colorado State University, iClickers are evidently the subject of a love-hate relationship with students, and they may be...

CSUs international programs office is home to numerous opportunities for students to work, study and travel abroad. (Davis Bonner | Collegian)

CSU’s 1st International Symposium to begin Tuesday

Daniela Navarro February 24, 2020

Offering sessions that will showcase the international engagement happening on campus, the first International Symposium will begin this Tuesday and continue through Thursday. Sponsored by the Office...

The Spotter application on Feb 16. Spotter is used to automate and keep track of a student’s in-class attendance.  (Ryan Schmidt | The Collegian)

Spotter app: A violation of student privacy?

Daniela Navarro February 19, 2020

If you're in a lecture hall of hundreds of students, your professor may never know if you ditch class. New technology may end that. The University of Missouri has been using an app that can keep track...

El Centro, a center for Latinx students at Colorado State University, has developed a tight-knit community for students and faculty alike. (Emily Pisqui | The Collegian)

History of cultural centers at CSU

Daniela Navarro February 13, 2020

More than 50 years ago, students of color fought to make changes on campus. Two in particular were Manuel Ramos and Paul Chambers, who wrote a letter to former CSU President William E. Morgan. This was...

Africa United, an organization that that emphasizes the importance of educating oneself about Africa, put on their annual event to show the many different cultures of countries in Africa including Nigeria, Sudan, Ghana and others. (Mackenzie Boltz | Collegian)

14th annual African Night emphasizes the rise of rich African cultures

Daniela Navarro April 22, 2018

Africans United hosted their 14th annual African Night, which focused on the rise of uniting Africa Friday evening in the Lory Student Center Ballroom. The event, Africa Rise Up, educated around 300 members...

High winds causes tree to break on campus

High winds causes tree to break on campus

Daniela Navarro April 17, 2018

Atree between the Morgan Library and the Willard O. Eddy Building broke halfway down the middle, hitting a student at around 3 p.m. Tuesday. The Colorado State University Police Department was later contacted...

Colorado State University CSU campus Morgan Library.

Money Smart Week at CSU began Monday

Daniela Navarro April 4, 2018

According to researchers from Wartburg College, finances are the number one reason students withdraw from college and what gives them the most stress. Colorado State University is working to change that.  April...

Students participating in the CSUnite event meet at Newton’s Corner to begin walking to the Lory Student Center Plaza on Mar. 29. Wrote in an email from the Office of the President, “The purpose of gathering is to stand up against acts of hate and discriminatory bias designed to intimidate and threaten members of our community - as well as to assert our community values and the idea that Rams Take Care of Rams.” (Colin Shepherd | Collegian)

La comunidad se reúne para apoyar el evento CSUnite

Daniela Navarro April 1, 2018

Editor’s Note: The Collegian is starting a section in Spanish for our Spanish-speaking readers. Spanish articles will be available online and in print. Find the English version here. Más de 2.500...

Fotografía de Leffler, Warren K., Cortesía de la Library of Congress (https://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2016646405/)

5 datos inspiradores sobre César Chávez

Julia Trowbridge and Daniela Navarro March 31, 2018

Editor's Note: The Collegian is starting a section in Spanish for our Spanish-speaking readers. Spanish articles will be available online and in print. Find the English version here. Nota del Editor:...

Celebración de Chávez tendrá lugar después de CSUnite

Celebración de Chávez tendrá lugar después de CSUnite

Daniela Navarro March 28, 2018

Editor’s Note: The Collegian is starting a section in Spanish for our Spanish-speaking readers. Spanish articles will be available online and in print. Find the English version here. Nota del Editor:...

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