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Jeremey Vallerand speaks about human rights issues and the problems of human trafficking while giving a presentation at Rockwell Hall on Monday afternoon. (Forrest Czarnecki | Collegian)

Human trafficking speaker encourages students to take action

Julia Currier February 13, 2017

On Monday, a group of Colorado State University students and staff members were addressed by Jeremey Vallerand, President and CEO of Freedom International, to discuss his work of fighting human trafficking....

The stadium will include several sections of seating for audience members (Abbie Parr l Collegian).

What to expect for new stadium parking, tailgating on game day

Julia Currier January 28, 2017

Editor's note: A previous version of this story stated that residents with vehicles parked in Westfall, Parmelee, Allison lots would have to re-park their vehicles. This is incorrect, as these three...

A student sits and studies under a tree in the Oval on the Colorado State University campus. Photo credit: Audrey Potter

Ag Council to host benefit event for alumni family at Sundance

Julia Currier December 6, 2016

Ag Council is hosting a fundraiser Dec. 8. for a Colorado State University for an alumni family member diagnosed with cancer. The event will be at Sundance Steakhouse and Saloon, and will start at 6 p.m. “It’s...

The Lory Student Center Plaza. (Photo by Katie Schmidt)

CSU students teach agriculture on the plaza

Julia Currier October 28, 2016

Agriculture students at Colorado State University reached out to other students on the LSC plaza on Thursday with the purpose of creating an awareness about agriculture. The event, called Cam’s Ag Experience,...

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Amendment 71 could make Colorado constitution more difficult to alter

Julia Currier October 4, 2016
If the legislation passes, petition signatures will be required from all 35 senate districts in Colorado, and at least 2 percent of registered voters in each senate district have to sign the petition.
3rd grader King (left) and 3rd grader Landan (right) acting as the pony express during Ag Adventure at CSU ARDEC on September 28, 2016 (Luke Walker | Collegian).

CSU students taught two thousand third graders about agriculture at Ag Adventure

Julia Currier September 30, 2016

This Wednesday and Thursday almost 2,000 third graders from Poudre Valley School District were brought to Colorado State University’s Agricultural Research, Development and Education Center (ARDEC) to...

Bryan Stevenson, a prestigious lawyer, social justice activist, and author of Just Mercy spoke Thursday evening at the LSC. (Michael Berg | Collegian)

Author, lawyer addresses social inequality in justice system at diversity symposium

September 23, 2016

Author Bryan Stevenson discussed issues of social justice in the U.S. justice system Thursday evening during his keynote speech at the Lory Student Center Theatre. This event was a part of Colorado State...

Nearly 200 Colorado State University students paint the A above Hughes Stadium, August 27, 2011. CSU Photography: 23014_10953

Annual Ag Day to be held Saturday

September 14, 2016

The College of Agricultural Sciences are hosting their annual Ag Day fall tradition with a tailgate BBQ on Sept. 17 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the south parking lot of Hughes Stadium. Assistant Dean...

Agricultural Sciences picnic to occur wednesday

Agricultural Sciences picnic to occur wednesday

September 6, 2016

On Wednesday, the College of Agricultural Sciences are hosting an annual back to school picnic from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Montfort Quad. All five departments of the College of Agricultural Sciences...

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