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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Jefferson Park was located on 210 Jefferson Street and was known to the public as a gathering spot for the homeless population for Fort Collins. However, city council recently decommissioned the property, and the decision could be pushing the homeless community to gather elsewhere. (Mike Berg | Collegian) Photo credit: Michael Berg

Development of Jefferson Park shuffles homeless population further into commercial areas

Karissa Miller December 8, 2016

Jefferson Park, a popular gathering spot for the homeless population in Fort Collins, was decommissioned in October by the City, and the move could be pushing the population to gather in new locations...

CSU Biomedical Science (BMS) masters student, Connor Whitaker, and BMS Major, Caleb Worker, use a volumetric pipette to accurately measure liquid samples. This research is done under Dr. Adam Chicco, whose lab focusses on cardiovascular health. Photo By: Bianca Torrez

CSU to host third annual town hall meeting with Vice President of Research

Karissa Miller November 29, 2016

On Wed. Nov. 30, 2016 the office of the Vice President for Research is hosting the third annual Vice President for Research Town Hall meeting, 10-11:30 a.m. in the Lory Student Center Longs Peak Room. The...

Photo courtesy of Dell Rae Ciaravola, Risk and Public Safety Communications Manager.

Construction to begin on Shields underpass, closes 55 parking spaces

Karissa Miller November 16, 2016

Construction will begin in late November on a pedestrian and bicycle underpass at Shields and Elizabeth, proposed by the city and Colorado State University. Construction will begin with utility relocation...

Fort Collins police officers talk to a couple of Colorado State University students on Monday, October 31st. Fort Collins police were out in large numbers over the holiday weekend. (Forrest Czarnecki | Collegian)

Police report fewer Halloweekend calls than last year, still more than average

Karissa Miller November 13, 2016

Halloween weekend, commonly referred to as Halloweekend, had fewer instances of 911 calls and disturbance calls than the same weekend last year, according to the Fort Collins Police Services. The weekend...

Dr. Adrienne Keene (Cherokee Nation) a Native scholar, writer, blogger, and activist talk to students and the community about Native Appropriations, Indigenous Social Media, and Responding to Racism on college campuses during an event hosted by RamEvents and Native American Cultural Center. (Elliott Jerge | Collegian)

Cherokee Nation keynote talks Dakota Access Pipeline, cultural appropriation

Karissa Miller November 11, 2016

A member of the Cherokee Nation, Adrienne Keene, came to the Colorado State Campus on Thursday evening to speak on racism, cultural appropriation and Indigenous social media.Keene, author of the Native...

Ted Cruz to rally for Darryl Glenn in Loveland Wednesday

Ted Cruz to rally for Darryl Glenn in Loveland Wednesday

Karissa Miller October 24, 2016

Former republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz will hold a rally in Loveland for Darryl Glenn, a U.S. Senate candidate on Wednesday, Oct. 26.The event begins at 11 a.m. and goes until 12:15 p.m. at...

First temple of Latter Day Saints in Northern Colorado dedicated Sunday

First temple of Latter Day Saints in Northern Colorado dedicated Sunday

Karissa Miller October 17, 2016

The first Northern Colorado temple of Latter Day Saints was dedicated in Fort Collins on Sunday. The temple, located on 2180 Majestic Dr., held an open house to the public from Aug. 19 through Sept. 20....

Nick Gorman, junior liberal arts major, throws leaves into a trash bag during Fall Clean-Up in 2014.

Fall Clean Up to occur on Nov. 5

Karissa Miller October 7, 2016

Spending hours every year raking leaves and helping out the Fort Collins community, Fall Clean Up is a common way for students and organizations to get involved and give back. On Saturday, Nov. 5, the...

Josh Griesemer (junior), a Sports Broadcasting major, talks to Natalie Roman (freshman), a Biology major, about the athletics programs at Colorado State University on Friday afternoon at the Street Fair. The Street Fair featured information about the departments, clubs, and activities available at CSU for all students. (Forrest Czarnecki | The Collegian)

Annual career fair to happen today

Karissa Miller September 20, 2016

The Colorado State University Career Center will be hosting an all-university fair today, Sept. 20 and tomorrow, Sept. 21. On both days, the career fair will be held in the Lory Student Center Grand Ballroom...

Collegian file photo.

First-time home buyer’s class to occur tonight

September 13, 2016

CSU and Off Campus Life are hosting the first of three informational sessions about buying a home tonight at the Lory Student Center. The class will be held every Tuesday for the next three weeks in the...

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