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Fort Collins Interim Police Chief appointed following Chief Hutto’s resignation

Jenn Yingling May 9, 2017

Following Fort Collins Police Chief John Hutto's resignation, retired Aurora Police Deputy Chief Terry Jones has been selected to serve as the Interim Police Chief beginning May 13. Jones spent thirty...

Stop and Think, an exhibit by Justice For All, will be discussing issues of abortion and feminism on the Plaza until Wednesday. (Leta McWilliams | Collegian)

Annual pro-life exhibit to remain on Plaza until Wednesday

Jenn Yingling April 25, 2017

Twelve-foot tall panels drew attention and sparked debate on the Plaza Monday as part of an annual pro-life event, and will remain on campus until Wednesday. Stop and Think, a Justice For All traveling...

(Photo courtesy of Larimer County Sheriffs Office)

Inmate assaults Larimer County Jail deputy

Jenn Yingling April 19, 2017

A Larimer County Jail inmate assaulted a deputy on Sunday, April 16. The assault occurred at 5:45 p.m., when deputies were attempting to serve 37-year-old inmate Jeremy Allan Bonde a meal, according to...

Candles lay on a table in the center of the Oval after the Rams Remember Rams ceremony.  (Joe Oakman | Collegian)

Rams Remember Rams honors CSU community members who died this academic year

Jenn Yingling April 18, 2017
The community remembered students, faculty and staff who died this year.
Community members embrace each other in the center of the Oval (Collegian file photo).

Rams Remember Rams ceremony to occur Monday

Jenn Yingling April 13, 2017

Rams Remember Rams, a Colorado State University community remembrance ceremony, will take place on the north steps of the Administration Building at 5 p.m. on Monday, April 17. The ceremony is being held...

(From left to right) ASCSUs presidential and vice presidential candidates, Kryrie Merline, Edward Kendall, Hailey Morton, Yuval Rosenthal, Josh Silva, Michael Wells, Nick Bohn and Trsitan Syron Tristan Syron, answer debate questions regarding their student government policies.  (Davis Bonner | Collegian)

Over 5,000 votes cast in ASCSU elections

Jenn Yingling April 5, 2017

A total of 5,454 votes were cast in the Associated Students of Colorado State University elections, which is 18.22 percent of the entire student body. This was 1,911 more votes than the 2016 ASCSU election....

Students read the letters written about those who have committed suicide.(Davis Bonner | Collegian)

1,000 backpacks on campus represent college student suicide rates

Jenn Yingling April 1, 2017

Send Silence Packing, a traveling exhibit featuring over 1,000 backpacks that represent annual college suicide rates, visited campus on Friday. The exhibit was on display in the North Ballroom of the...

The CSU Health Network in no longer offering the Learning Assistance Services as part of the Counseling Services. Students seeking academic assistance programs can seek help from other facilities around the school, such as Resources for Disabled Students or through TiLT.

Traveling suicide awareness exhibit coming to CSU Friday

Jenn Yingling March 28, 2017

Send Silence Packing, an exhibit of over 1,100 backpacks representing the number of college students who die by suicide each year, will be on campus from 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Friday, March 31. The exhibit...

Meal kits containing dried lentils, white rice, dehydrated vegetables and pink Himalayan salt were packed by community members. (Photo courtesy of Tina Wood)

49,600 meals packaged by women’s organization for refugee relief

Jenn Yingling March 27, 2017

The Fort Collins Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Feeding Children Everywhere partnered together to package 49,600 meals for hungry children on Saturday.   The meal kits were assembled...

Construction on an addition to the Michael Smith Natural Resources Building will begin mid-May, and the project is expected to be completed by Fall 2018. (Collegian file photo)

Construction on $20 million addition to natural resources building to start in May

Jenn Yingling March 22, 2017

An addition to the Michael Smith Natural Resources Building is set to open Fall 2018 with construction beginning mid-May. According to John Hayes, the dean of the Warner College of Natural Resources,...

The Islamic Center of Fort Collins at Lake and Shields street.

Islamic Center to host an open house discussion

Jenn Yingling March 7, 2017

The Islamic Center of Fort Collins (ICFC) will host an open house discussion on Sunday, March 12 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. According to the Center's Facebook page, the goal is to "welcome and thank the...

Dining discounts in Fort Collins to benefit Larimer County Food Bank

Dining discounts in Fort Collins to benefit Larimer County Food Bank

Jenn Yingling February 27, 2017

A series of dinner specials are coming to Fort Collins from March 1 to March 14 to provide donations for the Food Bank of Larimer County. Great Plates is a program that provides a series of dining discounts...

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