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Late night delivery drivers: Stories of inappropriate tips, animal carcases

Kendall Krautsack September 24, 2015

Many college students relish the luxury of late night food delivery, and living in a college town allows for an abundance of places to order from. With all of the ridiculous things that can happen in the...

Fort Collins company to be featured on ABC show Shark Tank

Fort Collins company to be featured on ABC show “Shark Tank”

Kendall Krautsack May 1, 2015

A Fort Collins company is headed into the shark tank. The Paleo Diet Bar, a nutrition bar for the hunter-gatherer lifestyle, will be featured on the ABC show "Shark Tank" Friday at 7 p.m. The bar...

Claire Tortorelli flys off of a snow jump her and friends made while backcountry skiing near Cameron Pass. As the days count down to break, CSU students are filled with snow-filled dreams of hut trips, ski passes, and relaxing nights with hot coco and friends.

Ski area management certificate now available through CSU

Kendall Krautsack April 28, 2015

Graduate students interested in managing ski resorts can learn the skills of the business through Colorado State University's new online course. The course is a 12-credit program broken down into six...

A Fort Collins citizen leans against his backpack on the sidewalk on College Avenue in Old Town March 2015. He believes there are a lot of positive changes that could be made to homelessness policies in Fort Collins, including the transformation of currently unused space in a dedicated lot for people without homes to temporarily stay. (The Collegian file photo)

New student organization brings awareness to homelessness in Fort Collins

Kendall Krautsack April 15, 2015

While some businesses in Fort Collins are fed up with the homeless population, a group from Colorado State University is working to help the homeless and foster a healthy relationship with students, the...

CSU professor Temple Grandin speaks on autism and different ways of thinking

CSU professor Temple Grandin speaks on autism and different ways of thinking

Kendall Krautsack April 14, 2015

Temple Grandin wants people to think about how to think differently. Grandin, a professor of animal sciences at Colorado State University, is considered one of the most successful people with autism...

Mother of Trayvon Martin, Sybrina Fulton, speaks to CSU about violence, civil rights and empowering the youth

Mother of Trayvon Martin, Sybrina Fulton, speaks to CSU about violence, civil rights and empowering the youth

Kendall Krautsack February 20, 2015

[new_royalslider id="284"] Photos by Abbie Parr, Lawrence Lam and McKenzie Coyle Sybrina Fulton wants to spark a conversation with today's youth, following the death of her son, Trayvon Martin. “I still...

Eddy Hall. (Photo by Katie Schmidt)

Eddy Hall to be completed this summer, new projects starting

Kendall Krautsack February 17, 2015

After decades of what some consider unsatisfactory conditions, Eddy Hall should wrap up renovations this summer, and other projects are underway. Eddy Hall, built in 1963, will undergo changes in its...

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$59 million on-campus medical center planned for fall construction

Kendall Krautsack February 12, 2015

The CSU System Board of Governors approved a plan Thursday to build a $59 million medical center on the southeast corner of campus. The current on-campus health service, Hartshorn Health Services,...

Junior English major Alex Pinion searches through the textbooks on hold behind the front desk of the Library Sunday night. Pinion, a work study student, has been employed with the Library since her first year at CSU.

English Department holding open forums with potential teaching candidates this week

February 2, 2015

The English Department will be holding open forums for students and faculty this week to meet candidates for a creative writing teaching position within the department. A forum was held Friday for one...

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