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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Cyclists pass through the crosswalk outside of the Lory Student Center in-between classes on Sept. 3. (Anna Tomka | The Collegian)

Roundabout reroutes Rams: Your questions answered

Isaiah Dennings September 8, 2021

Colorado State University made a major change to campus infrastructure this semester with a new roundabout that was built between the Lory Student Center and Morgan Library. This intersection between...

Members of the senate for the Associated Students of Colorado State University hold the first senate meeting of the fall semester Sept. 1. (Cat Blouch | The Collegian)

ASCSU debates nominee for director of diversity & inclusion

Isaiah Dennings and Piper Russell September 2, 2021
Colorado State University's student government, the Associated Students of Colorado State University, convened for their second session on Wednesday, Sept. 1, to ratify students into several leadership positions within the executive and judicial branches of their organization. 
Colorado State University President Joyce McConnell speaks on the West Lawn of the Lory Student Center for Fall Reflection on Sept. 1. McConnell thanked CSU community members for their responsibility and resilience through the pandemic and said “you have done everything you have needed to do to keep our community healthy and strong.”  (Ryan Schmidt | The Collegian)

CSU community looks to future during fall reflection event

Isaiah Dennings September 1, 2021

Colorado State University leaders and representatives addressed the University during the fall reflection event Sept. 1.  The reflection began with a speech from Associated Students of Colorado State...

A biker at the Maxwell Natural Area Aug. 22 passes signs placed by the Intertribal Alliance for Right Relations. Demonstrators and activists were at the trailhead to explain the history of the Hughes land and their hope for it to be used as a gathering place for Indiginous people. (Ryan Schmidt | The Collegian)

CSU, City reach agreement on former Hughes land

Isaiah Dennings August 26, 2021

Colorado State University, the City of Fort Collins and third-party Cottonwood Lands and Farms entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) Aug. 20 that resolves some uncertainty with the former...

The Oval on Colorado State Universitys campus is arguably the most photogenic in mid-spring and late summer, before the leaves start to lose their vibrant, green color. (Brooke Buchan | Collegian)

Campus construction wraps up ahead of fall semester

Isaiah Dennings August 19, 2021

Colorado State University's campus is going to look slightly different this year as construction management personnel have been working all summer to restore the campus to in-person capabilities as...

Repairs and enrollment numbers drive changes to campus facilities

Repairs and enrollment numbers drive changes to campus facilities

Isaiah Dennings August 17, 2021

Colorado State University changed initial plans for on-campus housing and dining amid a rise in enrollment and a growing number of students committed to living on campus this upcoming school year.  Housing...

(Graphic illustration by Robbie Haynes | The Collegian)

Public redistricting forum discusses county election representation

Isaiah Dennings July 20, 2021

The Colorado Independent Redistricting Commission has completed preliminary drawings for how Colorado should be divided for federal and state representation and is now heading to every county to hear...

Demonstrators carry banners and flags in the NoCo Pride March July 16. The march featured a line of approximately 600 demonstrators walking down College Avenue which stretched for five and a half blocks. (Michael Marquardt | The Collegian)

600 show their colors at 3rd annual Fort Collins Pride March

Isaiah Dennings July 19, 2021

The phrase “out of the closet and into the streets” echoed through Old Town Fort Collins on Friday; it was a popular mantra among the demonstrators at the 3rd annual NoCo Pride March. The march...

Larimer County Health Department provides COVID-19 update

Larimer County Health Department provides COVID-19 update

Isaiah Dennings July 15, 2021

The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment held a public forum July 12 via Zoom to update residents on the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The delta variant was a main topic,...

Mayor Protem Emily Gorgol cuts ribbon

CSU and City of Fort Collins unveil new micro e-vehicles

Isaiah Dennings July 13, 2021

On July 9, the City of Fort Collins, in partnership with Colorado State University, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the new partnership with electric bike and scooter company Spin. The...

The City Hall Meeting Tuesday night had many parts. There was an oppurtunity for citizen participation, discussion of prospective construction on East Prospect Road, and an appeal (Erica Giesenhagen | Collegian).

Fort Collins City Council passes immigration legal defense fund

Isaiah Dennings July 8, 2021

The Fort Collins City Council passed ordinance No. 64 on second reading with a vote of 5-2 during a meeting on July 6, appropriating $150,000 from reserved funds to finance a pilot program for immigration...

Larimer County health officials warn of new COVID-19 variant

Larimer County health officials warn of new COVID-19 variant

Isaiah Dennings June 29, 2021

Larimer County health officials issued a statement Friday, June 25 warning residents about the increased presence of the new delta variant of COVID-19. The first case of the delta variant of COVID-19...

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