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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

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Preview CSU Cooking Class Cinco de Mayo

Cinco De Mayo cooking class promises good food and tequila in preparation for the holiday

Jarrae Newell May 1, 2018

Cinco de Mayo is a time for celebration. This Friday, May 4, the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is hosting a Cinco De Mayo cooking class on the Colorado State University campus in Gifford 237 from...

The Pacific Club will host a lūʻau on April 28th in the LSC Grand Ballroom. (Megan Daly | Collegian)

Pacific Club to host a Hawaiian lū’au Saturday

Jarrae Newell April 25, 2018

Aloha means more than just hello.   To those unfamiliar with the word Aloha, it is often used as a form of greeting or farewell, but to many, it is much more than that. It is a way of life. The...

 A poet shares their poem at Blue Door in Old town, on March 28, 2018.

Empty Tent Circus Poetry Share brings topics of same-sex relationships, depression, Donald Trump and more

Jarrae Newell April 1, 2018

The room was lit with a mixture of blue and purple, a black curtain stood behind the performers, a lamp shined next to them – only a mic and members of the audience stood in front of them. Art was...

Photo courtesy of Teresa Grau Ros

Empty Tent Circus to promote non-competitive atmosphere at poetry share this evening

Jarrae Newell March 27, 2018

Fort Collins is known for its poetry slams, but a new group is bringing poetry shares to the artistic community.  Empty Tent Circus, a local Fort Collins artist collective, will host their third...

5 things to know if youre applying for Teach For America

5 things to know if you’re applying for Teach For America

Jarrae Newell March 7, 2018

Colorado State University offers many avenues for students looking to become a teacher. These programs are organized under the following three areas of study: Teaching and Learning, Organizational Learning...

The Arc of Larimer Countys 5th Annual Film Festival was put on Tuesday in the Lory Student Center, featuring a winning film by Jack McCartney, shown here with parents Matt and Dana.

Arc of Larimer County’s 6th Annual Reframe Disability Film Festival to be held Friday in Lory Student Center

Jarrae Newell February 27, 2018

  The Arc of Larimer County will host its 6th Annual Reframe Disability Film Festival at Colorado State University in the Lory Student Center Theater from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. this Friday, March...

Jonathan Jayes-Green speaks at CSU about being Black, undocumented

Jonathan Jayes-Green speaks at CSU about being Black, undocumented

Jarrae Newell February 15, 2018

There has always been trauma with being Black in America, so what does it mean to be at the intersection of Black and undocumented? On Feb. 15, Jonathan Jayes-Green, co-founder and network coordinator...

The Black/African American Culrural Center also known as the BAAC office is holding over 20 different events this Feburary for Black History Month this year that anyone can attend. Photo credit: Christian Johnson

B/AACC to host talk on being Black and undocumented

Jarrae Newell February 15, 2018

Issues of race can not be separated from immigration issues.  This Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018, Jonathan Jayes Green, co-founder and network coordinator of Undocublack Network will be coming to Colorado...

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