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Teja, a model for the 2023 United Women of Color Hair Show, struts down the runway at the Lory Student Center Ballroom D Feb. 26. 

UWC Hair Show showcases hairstyles, connects communities

Emmalee Krieg, Staff Reporter February 28, 2023

Since 2015 the United Women of Color and the Black/African American Cultural Center at Colorado State University have been putting on a hair show. The Feb. 26 event in the Lory Student Center's Ballroom...

Fort Collins Foodie Walk: A tasty way to explore Old Town

Fort Collins Foodie Walk: A tasty way to explore Old Town

Emmalee Krieg, Staff Reporter February 21, 2023

It’s free, it’s fun, it’s food — Feb. 17 was not a night to miss.  The Fort Collins Foodie Walk in Downtown Fort Collins came around again just like it has every third Friday of the month...

Fostering Success Program supports students with independent backgrounds

Fostering Success Program supports students with independent backgrounds

Emmalee Krieg , Staff Reporter February 9, 2023

Oftentimes, support in education trickles off at the collegiate level. Community and a sense of belonging can be hard to find for independent students. At Colorado State University, the Fostering Success...

Do Better CSU amplifies student voices

Do Better CSU amplifies student voices

Emmalee Krieg , Staff Reporter December 7, 2022

Reporting interpersonal violence can be daunting, so having as many outlets and resources as possible is important for the well-being and equality of all students. Last year, Instagram account @dobettercsu...

Intersectionality in feminism is crucial to a better movement

Intersectionality in feminism is crucial to a better movement

Emmalee Krieg, Staff Reporter December 6, 2022

With this year being the 50th anniversary of Title IX, it's worth recognizing other topics within feminism that have gained prominence, such as intersectionality. Social movements can prioritize what’s...

COVID-19 outlook for Larimer County: What to expect

COVID-19 outlook for Larimer County: What to expect

Emmalee Krieg, Staff Reporter November 14, 2022

Entering winter means entering a new respiratory season, and each year brings different challenges, especially when it comes to COVID-19. Along with professionals, we can keep up with the virus trends...

Some examples of the Peace, Love, and Little Donuts offerings at their Fort Collins store

Peace, Love and Little Donuts in Fort Collins closes

Emmalee Krieg, Staff Reporter November 7, 2022

After Halloween, it’s hard to tell whether favorite little establishments closing is a trick or just reality. Nov. 1, the beloved doughnut shop Peace, Love and Little Donuts on South College Avenue...

Two skeletons dressed in bride and groom wedding attire sit at a table with fake fruit and a bottle of wine for Dia de los Muertos at Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures

Global Village Museum celebrates Día de los Muertos with exhibition

Emmalee Krieg, Staff Reporter November 1, 2022

Honoring loved ones who have died can be a somber experience for some. For others it can be a time for commemoration and celebration of the lives they once lived.  Beginning earlier this month and...

A performer performs at the 2022 NoCo Pride Festival in Civic Center Park

Let’s take a look at LGBTQ+ History Month

Emmalee Krieg, Staff Reporter October 26, 2022

While June is well known for Pride Month with big celebrations and parades, October offers the opportunity to learn even more about the LGBTQ+ community through its history. October is LGBTQ+ History...

Umbrellas dangle in an alley outside of Happy Luckys Teahouse in Fort Collins

Fort Collins Ghost Tour uncovers haunted stories

Emmalee Krieg, Staff Reporter October 24, 2022

Creaky floorboards, shadowed corners and the musky smell of dust fill a dark room. Did something just brush against your shoulder? Or was it someone? Fort Collins is rich with history. So rich that...

Midterm voter guide: Candidates for District 52 representative

Midterm voter guide: Candidates for District 52 representative

Emmalee Krieg, Staff Reporter October 17, 2022

State representatives serve in a state-level legislative branch. Their position is meant to represent people within their voting district concerning state laws. While upholding the state’s constitution,...

People stand outside the Colorado State University Lory Student Center to watch the homecoming bonfire before the firework display and lighting of the A Oct. 8. (Garrett Mogel | The Collegian)

Homecoming is back: Carrying on beloved historical traditions

Emmalee Krieg, Staff Reporter October 10, 2022

Homecoming is back, and like many Colorado State University traditions, it's still going strong. After a not-so-conventional Homecoming in previous years due to COVID-19, staff and students alike are as...

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