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Colorado State student designs hearing aid cover with 3D printing

Colorado State student designs hearing aid cover with 3D printing

Maddie Buxton December 17, 2014

When Megan Aanstoos was confronted with a challenge, she took it upon herself to find a solution. Aanstoos, a graduate student and fifth year Ph.D candidate in the school of biomedical engineering,...

Andrea Wrapp (left), junior in nutritional sciences and Shay Schwiesow (right), junior in biomedical sciences, both received the Daniels fund scholarship. (Photo credit:Dina Alibrahim Fike)

Daniels Fund opens up scholarship application to all students

Maddie Buxton October 16, 2014

The legacy of Bill Daniels, a cable television pioneer, has allowed many students to attend Colorado State University. Currently, there are 110 students at CSU who are receiving support from the...

Opening of Aspen Grille in Lory Student Center

Opening of Aspen Grille in Lory Student Center

Maddie Buxton September 16, 2014

The Aspen Grille at Colorado State University officially opened its doors for the academic year Tuesday. The grill is located on the upper level of the Lory Student Center in the University Club and...

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Colorado State University gets new director for School of Education, George Kamberelis

Maddie Buxton September 9, 2014

From working at non-traditional schools to founding successful coffee shops, George Kamberelis has now found his place as director of the School of Education at Colorado State University. Kamberelis...

New Colorado State University GLBTQQA Resource Center director brings change

New Colorado State University GLBTQQA Resource Center director brings change

Maddie Buxton August 28, 2014

Striving for increased awareness and cooperation, The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, and Ally (GLBTQQA) Resource Center at Colorado State University welcomes a new director. On...

Bold and bald: Alpha Phi Omega hosts St. Baldricks event

Bold and bald: Alpha Phi Omega hosts St. Baldrick’s event

May 12, 2014

Forty-six people were bold and bald on Friday shaving their heads to raise awareness for children with cancer. Kate Douglas, the President of Alpha Phi Omega and a senior fermentation science and technology...

Remembering Jessica Dillon

Remembering Jessica Dillon

May 12, 2014

Note: Amber Johnson is an employee of Rocky Mountain Student Media. Jessica Dillon, known as Jessi to family and friends, lived her life with purpose and shined it on others. Dillon, 20, health...

Students shaving heads to benefit childhood cancer research, event tomorrow

May 8, 2014

On May 9, Colorado State University will host its first annual St. Baldrick’s event put on by service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega. So far, over 20 people have committed to shaving their heads on Friday...

Drink orders wait to be prepared by a barista at Morgans Grind coffee shop in the Library.

Campus coffee shops see rise in customer caffeine consumption

May 6, 2014

With finals week quickly approaching, several coffee shops on and around campus have noticed changes in their customers’ behavior. “There are definitely more people during finals and dead week,”...

Seth Klusmire cuts off his own hand with a chainsaw after it started attacking him during the Evil Dead rehearsal on Wednesday.

CSU student writes play, donating proceeds to Mental Health America

April 28, 2014

On May 7, Seth Klusmire’s vision will finally come together when his original play, "Doctor," premiers at the Community Creative Center. "Doctor" is set in 1955 and follows a woman named Lory,...

Implications of illegal downloading and torrenting at CSU

Implications of illegal downloading and torrenting at CSU

April 24, 2014

Many students utilize websites to illegally download music, movies and TV shows to save a few bucks, without realizing they could end up paying a much bigger price. According to the File Sharing...

[From left] Sophomore art education majore Andres Flores talks to third year grad student Neely Clapp about Flores diorama [foreground]. Flores has completed several different dioramas dipicting historical events recreated through his own research, studies, and imagination.

CSU students present research, art at annual CURC event

April 16, 2014

On April 15, 398 undergraduate students presented their research and creative work as a part of the annual Celebrating Undergraduate Research and Creativity (CURC) Showcase. CURC enables students...

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