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The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Pineda Soracá administration makes final amendment to Diversity Bill, removes Petition Clause

Pineda Soracá administration makes final amendment to Diversity Bill, removes Petition Clause

Gabriel Go May 3, 2017

The 46th administration of the Associated Students of Colorado State University sang its swan song on Wednesday night by passing a final bill which would remove the clause in the ASCSU constitution that...

Mayor Wade Troxell and Councilmember Ray Martinez declare May 2nd to be Hispanic Community Leadership Day (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

Fort Collins declares May 2 Hispanic Community Leadership Day

Gabriel Go May 2, 2017

The Fort Collins City Council proclaimed May 2 as Hispanic Community Leadership Day on Tuesday night, praising the efforts of various Latino and Latina members who have claimed Fort Collins as their...

Citizens protest police brutality at City Hall after viral arrest video

Citizens protest police brutality at City Hall after viral arrest video

Gabriel Go April 18, 2017

https://youtu.be/tHzK59ItFt4 Several citizens gathered in front of the Fort Collins City Hall on April 18 to rally against police brutality in response to a viral video of Colorado State University student...

Mayor Wade Troxell (right) was re-elected Tuesday night during the City Hall Council meeting.

City Council swears in members, thanks former member Gino Campana

Gabriel Go April 12, 2017

Re-elected members of the Fort Collins City Council took their oaths of office on Tuesday night, also welcoming Ken Summers as the new District 3 representative. All other council members were re-elected,...

The City Hall at Fort Collins (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

Cunniff and Troxell win city elections, retain office seats

Gabriel Go April 4, 2017

An hour had passed since the expected 8:00 p.m. release time of Fort Collins's city election results. As 9:00 p.m. ticked by Wade Troxell and a gathering of supporters erupted into cheers as the results...

The City Council Board Members gather for a meeting on Tuesday, March 3rd (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

Troxell, Cunniff historically outspend opponents in City elections

Gabriel Go March 30, 2017

As City elections come to an end next Tuesday, candidates for mayor and for council have adopted varying degrees of spending and funding their campaigns. For candidates such as incumbent mayor Wade Troxell,...

Jack Murphy, a sophomore at Colorado State University enjoys a moment to relax by the Cache la Poudre River outside of Fort Collins, Colorado. (Jack Starkebaum | Collegian)

City Council discusses Northern Integrated Supply Project

Gabriel Go February 21, 2017

Update: The council adopted an amended version of the resolution with a 6-1 vote. Bob Overbeck was the only dissenting vote.  The Fort Collins City Council discussed Resolution 5217, which would begin...

Protesters stand outside Fort Collins City Hall prior to the City Council Work Session in which the topic of Compassion and Consequences: Disruptive Behavior Solutions was being discussed. (Elliott Jerge | Collegian)

Citizens return to City Council to protest sit-lie ban

Gabriel Go February 7, 2017

Fort Collins citizens regrouped on the steps of Fort Collins City Hall to protest a series of anti-homelessness policies first brought to discussion two weeks ago at a special meeting of the Fort Collins...

Duane Hansen outside of the ALVS office. Photo courtesy of Jordan Lanham

Former CSU student runs for city council, hopes to engage community

Gabriel Go February 2, 2017

It has been 10 years since Colorado State University alumnus Duane Hansen has worked in the popular hookah lounge, Algiers. Alternating from schooling and from one job to another, Hansen graduated from...

Citizens protest anti-homelessness legislation outside City Council

Gabriel Go January 25, 2017

Standing in front of the Fort Collins City Hall in frigid January weather, a little over 20 Fort Collins citizens held a demonstration in protest against a set of proposed policies deemed to be discriminatory...

ASCSU grants seat to religious organization, struggles to define representation

ASCSU grants seat to religious organization, struggles to define representation

Gabriel Go January 18, 2017

The Associated Students of Colorado State University succeeded in granting religious groups representation in the student body Wednesday night, yet struggled to define representation in the organization...

Fort Collins endorses nationwide open letter to President-Elect Donald Trump regarding climate action

Fort Collins endorses nationwide open letter to President-Elect Donald Trump regarding climate action

Gabriel Go January 18, 2017

The Fort Collins City Council voted on Tuesday night to include Fort Collins among a number of cities which support an open letter by the Mayors National Climate Action Agenda calling for President-Elect...

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