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Dan Rice

Why college is so expensive and what CSU should do about it

Dan Rice April 20, 2015

The story we have been told all our lives is that we should get good grades in school so we can get into a good college, which will in turn lead us to getting a good job. This implies a direct correlation...

Dan Rice

Want U+2 repealed and no Old Town parking fees? Vote Troxell

Dan Rice April 6, 2015

As has been reported about several times in the Collegian --- and in my experience is almost universally agreed upon by students --- the U+2 law in Fort Collins is a trivial, irrational regulation...

Dan Rice

Capstone courses should teach students to handle money

Dan Rice March 30, 2015

Capstone courses are typically taken by Colorado State University students during their senior year with the intent of preparing us for the world we are about to be thrust into: one of jobs, families,...

Dan Rice

Apple Just announced a laptop, a watch and a product that could change the world

Dan Rice March 23, 2015

The week before spring break, Apple held one of their big keynote events to discuss a new range of products they’re releasing in the near future. The one that is getting the most attention is, of...

Dan Rice

Sexual assault and stalker labeling: why men need to quit complaining and start helping

Dan Rice March 11, 2015

A couple of days ago, a CSU Confessions Facebook post was sent in by a woman (presumed to be a student) who expressed her nervousness about walking through campus late at night, alone, with a man walking...

Dan Rice

Why the wealthy don’t want you to think they’re greedy

Dan Rice March 6, 2015

It’s hiding, yet in plain sight — a refrain that artists, entertainers and the wealthy have been repeating for years. They all want you to know that they don’t do their jobs for money, that greed...

Dan Rice

Generation Cheapskate: why millennials need to start paying for art

Dan Rice February 24, 2015

If you write novels for a living and distribute your work through a major publishing house, that publishing house will likely give you about a 10 percent cut of the profit from your work. If you...

Dan Rice

Feeling Stressed? Give Meditation a Try

Dan Rice February 16, 2015

Our world is a constant stream of information: texts, Facebook posts, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat — you name it. And with that stream of information comes a small rush of endorphins every time someone...

Dan Rice

Which Phone Carrier is Right for You?

February 8, 2015

If you’re a college student right now, there’s a strong chance that you have a smartphone. These supercomputers in our pockets offer tons of great features to simplify our lives, but they come...

Dan Rice

Technology: an opportunity for millennials to start an artistic revolution

February 4, 2015

We hear the complaints after every blockbuster, vampire romance novel, reality TV show, bloody video game and hit pop song: the entertainment produced by mega corporations lacks substance and thoughtfulness....

Dan Rice

How to Know if You Have a Mental Disorder- And What to Do About It

January 30, 2015

I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at the age of fifteen. I have been on medication ever since, and can therefore tell you from personal experience that mental disorders are not myths as some might...

Dan Rice

Discrimination: How straight white males can contribute to the conversation

January 21, 2015

In my Communication Studies major, among my friends, in politics and in life, prejudice is a prevalent, important issue in 2015 society. The fact that we still haven’t solved these problems — that...

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