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$53.3 million donation to College of Engineering largest in CSU history

$53.3 million donation to College of Engineering largest in CSU history

Katie Linenberger November 16, 2016

CSU received a $53.3 million donation to the College of Engineering, CSU President Tony Frank announced by email Tuesday. This was the largest donation that CSU has ever received.CSU alumni Walter Scott...

Signs showing where and how to vote in Larimer county are seen at the Lory Student Center Nov. 8, 2016. (Forrest Czarnecki | Collegian)

Larimer County, Colorado amendment results

Katie Linenberger November 8, 2016

Editor's Note: As of 9:40 p.m. Tuesday night, 60 percent of the votes were counted. Most issues and candidates can be called, with the exception of Amendment T and Proposition 108. These issues are still...

U.S. Congress candidate Nicholas Morse helps out with the CSU College Republican table on Sept. 14, 2016. (Tony Villalobos May| Collegian) Photo credit: Tony Villalobos May

Congressional Candidate Nicholas Morse’s campaign focuses on limited government,

Katie Linenberger October 27, 2016

Nicholas Morse, the Republican congressional candidate for Colorado District 2, is running against Jared Polis. Morse earned his bachelors degree from Colorado State University. After graduating from...

The Heritage Garden located next to the stadium will replace the current Perennial Garden on campus. Photo credit: Christian Johnson

$2.5 million campus garden planned next to stadium

Katie Linenberger October 19, 2016

The new Heritage Garden will replace the Perennial Gardens located west of the new on campus stadium and south of the new practice field. The Perennial Garden has been moved to the University Center for...

Nancy and Curt Richardson, the creators of Otterbox, have donated 8.1 Million dollars to CSU to aid in building the Richardson Design Center. (Ryan Arb | Collegian)

OtterBox co-founders donate $8.1 million toward new design center

Katie Linenberger October 13, 2016

Curt and Nancy Richardson, co-founders of Otter Box and Blue Ocean Enterprises, donated $8.1 million dollars to Colorado State University to build a design center on campus. The Richardson Design Center,...

Members of the Warner College of Natural Resources College Council team Rachel Baiyor, sophomore ecosystem sciences and sustainability major; Rylee Meyer, junior natural resource management major and Julie Lipson, freshman natural resources recreation and tourism major help construct the Patagonia fish for their structure on Wednesday.

Students create sculptures for annual Canstruction

Katie Linenberger October 6, 2016

Colorado State University students' creativity was challenged to create the best statue made entirely out of cans on Wednesday, Oct. 5 at the Lory Student Center Plaza. The challenge was part of Canstruction,...

Engineering Career Fair on Thursday

Engineering Career Fair on Thursday

September 28, 2016

The College of Engineering Career Fair will be happening on Thursday, Sept. 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hilton Fort Collins at Prospect and Center Avenue. Hosted by the College of Engineering, it...

2016 Marks 100 Years of ROTC at CSU

2016 Marks 100 Years of ROTC at CSU

September 22, 2016

Colorado State University ROTC celebrates 100 years of service in 2016.In honor of the 100th year anniversary, ROTC will be celebrating in various ways throughout the year. So far, the ROTC celebrated...

In memory: Paul Wedgewood

September 6, 2016

Paul Wedgewood, a Colorado State University student and Marine veteran, took his own life at age 25 on August 23. Like many other veterans, Paul suffered from Post-Traumatic Disorder. He was being treated...

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