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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Dr. Lorann Stallones , a professor of  psychology and director of the Colorado Injury Control Research Center, sits in her office on Nov. 11. Stallones was recently awarded the 2019 Excellence in Global Health Award from the Center for Global Health in Denver. “I was really honored that my former colleague had thought to nomiante me at all,” Stallones said. “It came as a big suprise” (Gregory James | The Collegian)

CSU professor receives award for excellence in global health

Kate Trulson November 14, 2019

Whether she is in her office tucked behind The Oval in Sage Hall or overseas researching, one Colorado State University professor is making a difference on campus and around the world. Lorann Stallones,...

Bird scooters are parked on the sidewalk in front of the Hartshorn building on campus Oct. 27. Bird scooters were implemented into the town of Fort Collins Oct. 23rd as a one year pilot program. (Matt Begeman | The Collegian)

Is the Bird really the word? Students react to e-scooters

Kate Trulson November 4, 2019

Electronic scooter company Bird released a flock of 500 e-scooters around Fort Collins and Colorado State University last week as part of the company's contract for the City's one-year e-scooter pilot...

Sharon Grindle holds a sign asking for higher wages while protesting outside of the Administration building May 13. Grindle has been at CSU since 2007. Faculty members were protesting for higher wages and better job security. (Forrest Czarnecki | Collegian)

NTTF listening session urges committee to ‘evolve faster’

Kate Trulson October 23, 2019

Non-Tenure Track Faculty Equity Week kicked off with a two-hour long discussion about what NTTF want, and they want it now. At the Committee on Non-Tenure Track Faculty listening session Tuesday, Colorado...

Oct. 17, 2019 - The Elk Fire in Larimer County has been suppressed by cold weather and wind, but crews are still working to fully contain the fire as of Friday. (Photo courtesy of the Larimer County Sheriffs Office)

Elk Fire suppressed by cold, wind at 80% containment

Kate Trulson October 18, 2019

The Elk Fire, burning just northwest of campus, is up to 80% containment, according to an update from the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office at approximately 6:30 p.m. Thursday. The fire was thought to...

Suh Sushi announced its move after the building was sold to CSU. (Anna Montesanti | Collegian)

Suh Sushi prepares to close after CSU purchases building

Kate Trulson October 13, 2019

One of south campus' mainstay sushi joints will be rolling up shop at the end of the month. Suh Sushi on Prospect Road will be closing at the end of October after CSU’s Research Foundation bought the...

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