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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

People walk along the new Monfort Quad Trail Sept. 1, 2021. The trail was funded partially by money allocated by the Alternative Transportation Fee Advisory Board.

ATFAB increases equity focus for student-funded projects

Jordan Mahaffey, Staff Reporter November 8, 2022

Members of Colorado State University’s Alternative Transportation Fee Advisory Board have put in efforts to ensure projects funded by the board are more equitable and valuable to students.  According...

Midterm voter guide: Colorado Propositions

Midterm voter guide: Colorado Propositions

Jordan Mahaffey, Staff Reporter October 20, 2022

November’s ballot includes eight propositions, where voters will either select yes/for or no/against. Statutory propositions are relevant for all of Colorado and reflect a number of economic and lifestyle...

Mary Jackson in her lab in the Microbiology Building March 4, 2021. Jackson was leading a team researching a bacillus Calmette–Guérin vaccine for COVID-19. Now, Jackson is also involved with a study using anti-malaria drugs for pulmonary infections.

CSU research finds anti-malaria drugs useful for pulmonary infections

Jordan Mahaffey, News Reporter April 20, 2022

A Colorado State University research team discovered a possible treatment for pulmonary infections, and the team’s findings were published in the Feb. 23 issue of Science Translational Medicine. Pulmonary...

Fresh snow covers a bush outside the Morgan Library Jan. 25 (Lee Medley | The Collegian)

CSU cancels Wednesday operations due to snow

Jordan Mahaffey, News Reporter February 1, 2022

All Colorado State University operations, including in-person, hybrid and remote classes, meetings, and work, have been canceled for all Larimer County campuses. The Public Safety Team announced in...

Photo illustration of pain killer pills. (Collegian file photo)

CSU Prevention Research Center receives grant for opioid research

Jordan Mahaffey October 27, 2021

The National Institute of Food and Agriculture gave Colorado State University’s Prevention Research Center in the department of human development and family studies an award of $350,000 to implement...

(Graphic Illustration by Malia Berry | The Collegian)

Window peeping and shooting incident near campus

Jordan Mahaffey October 19, 2021

The City of Fort Collins issued a press release today about a window peeping and shooting incident on Oct. 18. According to the press release, Fort Collins Police Services received a 911 call shortly...

Programs fill the seats reserved for graduates at Moby Arena before a graduation ceremony begins May 13, 2018. (Collegian file photo)

Student success effort fund aims to increase graduation rates

Jordan Mahaffey October 6, 2021

The Colorado State University System Board of Governors decided to invest $11 million to close student equity gaps and increase student success rates. The CSU Office of the Registrar presented student...

(Graphic Illustration by Malia Berry | The Collegian)

CSU President Joyce McConnell tests positive for COVID-19

Jordan Mahaffey October 1, 2021

President Joyce McConnell sent an email to the Colorado State University community to announce that she has tested positive for COVID-19. According to the email, McConnell was exposed last weekend...

Volunteers Sarah Wingard and Paul Furnas help plant a tree along Pitkin Street April 19. This Arbor Day event focused on planting the right tree in the right place. (Ryan Schmidt | Collegian)

Community canopy program seeks to improve local environment

Jordan Mahaffey September 13, 2021

The City of Fort Collins and the Arbor Day Foundation have teamed up on a program to increase tree coverage. The Community Canopy Program will provide 350 Fort Collins residents with $25 trees. The...

(Graphic Illustration by Malia Berry | The Collegian)

Fatal accident leaves man dead

Jordan Mahaffey April 8, 2021

A man was killed Wednesday night after being hit by a car on Constitution Avenue and West Elizabeth Street at approximately 8:22 p.m. According to a press release from Fort Collins Police Services, the...

Fort Collins Mayor candidate Jeni James Arndt poses for headshots in the University Center of the Arts gardens on March 20th, 2021. (Ellie Shannon - The Collegian)

Jeni Arndt elected for Fort Collins mayor

Jordan Mahaffey April 7, 2021

Colorado State representative Jeni Arndt was chosen to be the next mayor of Fort Collins. According to an unofficial tally from the City Clerk’s Office, which was released early Wednesday morning,...

The Global Business Academy is offered through the College of Bussiness at Colorado State. The Academy is a 13-day summer program offered to high school freshman, sophomores and juniors from around the globe. The program has a goal of teaching students how business can make the world a better place. (Matt Begeman | Collegian)

CSU Business Day brings conversation and new ideas

Jordan Mahaffey April 4, 2021

Students from the Colorado State University College of Business attended the College of Business’ 42nd annual Business Day hosted by the Dean’s Student Leadership Council. The event was made...

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