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T-shirts made by survivors of sexual assault hang in Durrell Center on Tuesday as part of the Clothesline Project, which raises awareness of sexual assault.

Larimer County faces problems with sex trafficking, prostitution

Emery Love May 7, 2015

Fort Collins is a growing city that is closely located to a major interstate. This makes it easy for sex traffickers to come and go, according to Samantha Aschwanden, vice president of No More Injustice,...

How can one not help but salviate to the sight of this cool, refreshing New Belgium beer? Fort Collins residents and the like will take over the streets this Saturday to drink good beer and show their excentric side during the annual Tour de Fat.

New Belgium and Ben & Jerry’s to introduce new ice cream beer

Emery Love May 1, 2015

No longer do you have to have your beer and ice cream separately. Ben & Jerry’s and New Belgium have announced that they are collaborating in the production of an ice cream beer. Salted Caramel...

FutureVisions Symposium gives students a look into the year 2020

FutureVisions Symposium gives students a look into the year 2020

Emery Love April 27, 2015

Students got a first-hand look into the future Friday. “The best way to predict the future is to invent it,” was the theme of this year’s 5th biennial FutureVisions Symposium held in the Lory...

(Photo Credit: Erick Plattner)

Alliance for Suicide Prevention’s annual 5K held on CSU campus

Emery Love April 6, 2015

Sunday marked the second annual Taking Strides to Save Lives 5K and Remembrance Walk. The event, organized by the Fort Collins Alliance for Suicide Prevention, raised more than $7,000 for preventing suicide...

CSU Health Networks medical clinic, with its seven board-certified physicians and six nurse practitioners, offers a plethora of services including screening tests, wellness counseling and STI evaluation and treatment. (Collegian File Photo)

GYT Campaign challenges students to get talking and get tested

Emery Love April 5, 2015

According to the CDC, one in two sexually active young adults will get an STD by the age of 25. The CSU Health Network started participating in the GYT campaign in order to improve this statistic. GYT...

The drug molly poses risks to mind and body

The drug molly poses risks to mind and body

Emery Love April 2, 2015

The drug molly, also known as ecstasy or MDMA, has been in the news lately after 12 students overdosed at Wesleyan University. Molly is both a stimulant and a hallucinogen, and affects bodies in many potentially...

During his interview, Jack Savoie shares his successful fashion blog with a smile on his face. (Photo credit: McKenzie Coyle)

CSU fashion student’s blog celebrates its one year anniversary

Emery Love March 31, 2015

Colorado State University freshman Jack Savoie was only a senior in high school when he started his fashion blog, The Savoie Daily. According to Savoie, his blog gets an average of 2,000 views each...

CSU Health Network adds a new program to help students manage stress

CSU Health Network adds a new program to help students manage stress

Emery Love March 30, 2015

Stress is something no student is a stranger to, so the CSU Health Network is trying out new ways to help students manage it. The Mindful Drop-In Group is a new program launched by CSU Health...

CSU students flow into warrior I position during a Vinyasa class lead by Jerrod. CSU offers a variety of mind body classes ranging from beginner to power yoga, to yoga sculpt.

Campus Rec Center yoga classes ease the mind

Emery Love March 23, 2015

Yoga is all about relaxation, but at Campus Recreation it comes at a cost. Colorado State University students can attend a beginner yoga class at Campus Recreation free of charge, but anything more...

(Photo credit: Whorl Shop website)

CSU alumni to open fashion boutique in Denver Friday

Emery Love March 10, 2015

After earning degrees at Colorado State University, Megan Timlin, 22, and Michael Vasseur, 22, worked around the world studying retail and fashion. Since moving back to Colorado, they opened their own...

Students reflect on ASCSU’s Body Acceptance Week

Students reflect on ASCSU’s Body Acceptance Week

Emery Love February 27, 2015

Feb. 22-28 is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, but at CSU it is all about body acceptance. “At CSU we’ve adopted a broader sense of what body acceptance means,” said Mackenzie Whitesell,...

Hartshorn Health Center. (Photo by Katie Schmidt)

Larimer County sees 18 percent increase in suicide rate

Emery Love February 15, 2015

The number of suicides in Larimer County has increased by 18 percent in the last year, according to The Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County. "This is not what anyone wants to see in our...

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