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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Fort Collins citizens of precinct 314 vote in the Democratic Caucus on Tuesday March 6th. The caucus allows citizens to decide which of the gubernatorial candidates running makes it into the primary. (Vinny Del Conte | Collegian)

Larimer County Republican, Democrat voters elect delegates during party caucuses

Gabriel Go and Danny Sonnenberg March 7, 2018

Editor's note: At the time of publication, the results of the Democratic Caucus and the Republican Caucus had not been released. Seventeen Larimer County Democrat precincts gathered inside Bennett Elementary...

People typing away in the SLICE office. (Kasen Schamaun | Collegian)

CSU welcomes over 45 new student organizations

Danny Sonnenberg February 19, 2018

Colorado State University welcomed over 45 new student organizations this semester, adding to the more than 450 student organizations already in existence, according to the Registered Student Organization...

Mohammad Gorahki, a PhD student at CSU, speaks about his home country of Iran during International Night on Feb. 13. (Ashley Potts | Collegian)

Mohammad Gorahki speaks about Iranian culture at International Night

Danny Sonnenberg February 14, 2018

Residents of Fort Collins heard Mohammad Gorahki give a presentation on Iran in the Old Town Library Tuesday night. The presentation ranged from the history of Iran to the people and culture of the modern...

A group shares their thoughts at Coffee and Conversation, a discussion facilitated by CSUs chapter of Turning Point USA. The discussion invited students from varying political ideologies to share their thoughts and debreif after the events on Feb. 3. (Ashley Potts | Collegian)

CSU’s Turning Point USA chapter hosts political discussion following Charlie Kirk event

Danny Sonnenberg February 7, 2018

Colorado State University students of different backgrounds and political ideology got the chance to discuss politics at Turning Point USA’s “Coffee and Conversation” event Tuesday afternoon. For...

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