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CSU to implement two-factor authentication for campus networks

CSU to implement two-factor authentication for campus networks

Yixuan Xie March 26, 2018

With increasing issues of data leaks in the digital era, Colorado State University will require students, faculty and staff to use a two-factor authentication system beginning April 25, which requires...

A flood in Aggie Village has displaced several apartements of students. The flood was said to be caused by a broken sprinkler head. (Josh Schroeder | Collegian)

Water damage forces some Aggie Village residents to move

Yixuan Xie March 20, 2018

Some residents had to move out of their apartments after a fire sprinkler head unexpectedly went off and caused unlivable water damage. A fire sprinkler on the third floor of the Cottonwood building...

Important discussions on CSUs financial aid policies at Faculty Counsel meeting on Nov. 7th. (Jordan Reyes | Collegian)

New CSU payment plan allows students to pay their bill in elective monthly installments

Yixuan Xie March 8, 2018

As the registration for fall semester approaches, new classes and new rooms, as well as new bills, inevitably come to mind. The Office of Financial Aid at Colorado State University announced CSU payment...

Gina McCarthy, the former director of the Environmental Protection Agency, delivers her speech about environmental policy, public health and the United States environmental legacy at the Lory Student Center on Feb. 28, 2018 at Colorado State University.  (Forrest Czarnecki | The Collegian)

Former EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy speaks about hope over environmental issues

Yixuan Xie March 1, 2018

How to be environmentally optimistic in the current political climate was a focus on former head of the Environmental Protection Agency, Gina McCarthy's, speech Wednesday night.  McCarthy spoke...

Former EPA head Gina McCarthy will speak at CSU at an event hosted by International Programs, with support from many other organizations. (Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

Former EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy to speak for Global Engagement Lecture Series

Yixuan Xie February 20, 2018

Gina McCarthy, former head of the Environmental Protection Agency for the Obama Administration, will speak in the Main Ballroom of the Lory Student Center from 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 28. McCarthy...

The $2.4 million upgrade to the Jack Christiansen Memorial Track still sits unfinished. The track was originally scheduled to be finished by the end of October 2017 but still is without grass or a running surface, old track equipment litters the site.  Construction began June 12, 2017 and is has now been rescheduled to finish May 1, 2018. (Matt Tackett | Collegian)

Jack Christiansen Track upgrades delayed due to weather

Yixuan Xie February 15, 2018

Upgrades to the Jack Christiansen Track at Colorado State University will last for a few more months than expected. The $2.4 million project began the week of Jun. 12, 2017 and was scheduled to...

A bear, a rose, and a chocalate bar are the things included in the Braiden candy gram at CSU for Valentines Day 2018.
CJ Johnson|Collegian

Braiden Hall Council sold candy grams to spread the love on Valentine’s Day

Yixuan Xie February 15, 2018

Valentine’s Day is not only for celebration of romantic love, but also a great time to bring love to the community. Braiden Hall Council sold candy grams and raised money for charity at Colorado...

Jason Johnson and Jannine Mohr from CSU Office of the General Counsel speaks at (Yixuan Xie | The Collegian)

CSU faculty and staff discuss hate speech, First Amendment

Yixuan Xie February 15, 2018

Faculty and staff have had to ask themselves when hate speech crosses the line into intimidation and threats and how they should respond to controversial speech and behaviors in class. Two weeks after...

Victor Garban recounts how he grew up in Mexico. He tells the story of how he grew up with his mother who sold burritos to get by. (Brandon Mendoza | Collegian)

Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition invites dreamers to share stories ahead of March 5 deadline

Yixuan Xie February 12, 2018

With the March 5 deadline approaching, Dreamers are facing the risk of deportation if Congress does not reach a deal. Five "Dreamers," the name given to people who are recipients of the Deferred Action...

Michelle Mendoza performs her spoken word poem Here I Stand, as part of the Black History Month Kick Off Event on Feb. 1. (Ashley Potts | Collegian)

B/AACC to host Black History Month events the rest of February

Yixuan Xie February 5, 2018

From Jan.31 to Mar.1, the Black/African American Cultural Center will host a series of events in honor of Black History Month such as Black is/Black ain’t, Black Women's Summit, Rams for Social Justice:...

The RamRide app is used  to book car reservations for late night rides. (Caio Pereira | Collegian)

RamRide continues to grow with app

Yixuan Xie January 24, 2018

It has been almost three years since Colorado State University's RamRide launched its smartphone app in March 2015 and brought a new way for students to request rides. RamRide, a free, safe, non-judgmental...

Dr. Susana Muñoz spoke on issues of inequality and unfair treatment to underserved student populations in higher education at the Interrogating Legality and Campus Climate speech on Wednesday, November 15, 2017. She leads a group of researchers looking into this issue and the way that underserved students can be effected by new legislations that have been passed. (Josh Schroeder | Collegian)

Dr. Susana Muñoz presents on how to support undocumented students at CSU

Yixuan Xie November 16, 2017

Educational institutions have been forced to attend to their undocumented students with the end of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.  Susana Muñoz, an assistant professor of higher education at...

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