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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Collegian Night Editor Gabriel Go (Ashley Potts | Collegian)

Meet your editors: Gabriel Go, night editor

Gabriel Go August 19, 2018

Editor’s note: As part of a media transparency initiative, on Aug. 20, 2018, The Collegian spent the first day of publishing of the year telling our readers about us. You can read more about the people...

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Gabriel Go and Emily Myler August 19, 2018

Editor’s note: As part of a media transparency initiative, on Aug. 20, 2018, The Collegian spent the first day of publishing of the year telling our readers about us. You can read more about the people...

Nick Ghost Jones is twenty years old and living on the streets. He is walking through life and has learned that everything is crucial. He states that outsiders see homelessness as something special and something overlooked, as if something crazy has to happen to become homeless, when any small thing can change someones life completely. (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

Growing Fort Collins reckons with resources for rising homeless population

Gabriel Go March 20, 2018

When 49-year-old Kurt Schroeder became homeless in July 2015, he had only $300, slept out of his car on the west side of Fort Collins and subsisted on Taco Bell. A Fort Collins native of almost 50 years,...

Cole Buschbacher, a junior majoring in sociology and criminology, takes notes during an ROTC lecture about ambushes on Tuesday. (Jon Price | Collegian)

CSU Army ROTC cadets perform above national standard

Gabriel Go February 21, 2018

This year, 30 cadets from the Ram Battalion will receive their commissions and become Army officers. Of the 30 cadets, 24 will commission in to active duty, while three will commission in the Army’s...

A Futuristic Nap Pod located in the new Health Center is available for reservations up to 24-Hours in advance. An entire relaxation room has been added to the New Health Center. (Elliott Jerge | Collegian)

CSU Health Network helps students manage stress

Gabriel Go October 11, 2017

Stress is something that most college students face. From tight deadlines to being homesick, juggling responsibilities and managing stress can be a handful.  That is why the Colorado State University...

Senator John Kefalas speaks at the Rotaract Club Meeting in the LSC at 6 p.m on Monday night. Housing is the solution, I can tell you that. Kefalas said about the solutions for homelessness in Fort Collins. (Jenna Van Lone | Collegian)

Sen. Kefalas discusses homelessness with CSU Rotaract Club

Gabriel Go September 26, 2017

Colorado Senator John Kefalas returned to Fort Collins to urge members of the Rotaract Club of Colorado State University to engage with the local community regarding homelessness.  Sen. Kefalas...

Football fans stand in line to enter the new stadium on the south side of the Colorado State University campus before the start of the first game of the season against Oregon State, on Saturday, August 26th. Forrest Czarnecki | The Collegian

City Council reports no issues with initial CSU game days

Gabriel Go September 14, 2017

The Fort Collins City Council released an update Tuesday night on the City’s operations during Colorado State University’s first on-campus game day, held two weeks ago. The report states that all City...

ASCSU Senator Cerridwyn Nordstrom hands the second impeachment petition to Speaker of the Senate Isabel Brown in the Senate Chambers on Sept. 13. The petition will start the impeachment process for current ASCSU President Josh Silva. (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

New impeachment petition against ASCSU president reveals additional charges related to discrimination

Gabriel Go September 14, 2017

A new impeachment petition was brought before the student body president Josh Silva Wednesday night and listed new accusations that Silva violated his organization's code of ethics in relation to treating...

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

Fort Collins discusses new Housing First initiative to address homelessness

Gabriel Go September 12, 2017

The City of Fort Collins released an update on homelessness in Fort Collins assessing the issue through the newly-launched “Housing First Initiative” Tuesday night. The Housing First Initiative is...

Collegian file photo.

ASCSU senate canceled, impeachment procedures explained

Gabriel Go September 7, 2017

This week’s senate session of the Associated Students of Colorado State University was canceled, citing a need to meet with faculty advisers over the steps in the impeachment process, as well as factors...

Associated Students of Colorado State University Senator Cerridwyn Nordstrom hands a petition to the Speaker of the Senate Isabel Brown. The petition starts the impeachment process against President Josh Silva. (Jenna Van Lone | Collegian)

ASCSU moves to impeach student body president in first session of the year

Gabriel Go August 31, 2017

In its first session of the year, the student government's senate brought a motion to impeach its president. A petition to impeach President Josh Silva was raised by Senator Cerridwyn Nordstrom on Wednesday...

Members of the ASCSU Senate listen attentively to President Tony Frank (Kasen Schamaun | Collegian)

ASCSU considers adding senate seats for Multi-Faith and Belief Student Council 

Gabriel Go November 16, 2016

The Associated Students of Colorado State University are considering amending the ASCSU constitution to grant representation to the Multi-Faith and Belief Student Council to represent students of faith...

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