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The Student News Site of Colorado State University

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The Colorado State University dorms, Westfall and Durward, and the Durrell Center stand primarily without power on Feb. 18. (Addie Kuettner | The Collegian)

CSU to limit race and bias incidents by going online, shutting down campus

Marshall Dunham March 31, 2020

In an effort to limit the vast amount of race and bias incidents that have occurred on campus, Colorado State University has shut down its entire campus and moved all of its operations online. “We had...

Además de los niveles de THC, hay varias características físicas que distinguen la planta del cáñamo de la de la marihuana. Fotografía cedida por: Mike Sullivan, Hemp Farms Colorado LLC.

Nuevo centro de investigación de cannabinoides recibe $1.5 millones

Marshall Dunham February 24, 2020

Traducción: Kira Willis Si bien puede decirse que la industria del cannabis está en auge a lo largo y ancho de Colorado, la investigación del cannabis está a punto de estar en auge en la Universidad...

Collegian file photo

Peeping Tom reported on campus Saturday

Marshall Dunham February 17, 2020

The Colorado State University Public Safety Team is warning the public to report suspicious activity following reports of a peeping Tom incident on campus Saturday.  According to an email from the CSUPST,...

Apart from the THC content levels, there are also several physical characteristics that differentiate a hemp plant from a marijuana plant. Photo courtesy: Mike Sullivan, Hemp Farms Colorado LLC.

$1.5 million donation goes to new cannabinoid research center

Marshall Dunham February 10, 2020

While the cannabis business may be booming across Colorado, research on cannabis is about to start booming at Colorado State University. Later this spring, the University will be opening a cannabinoid...

As a state-owned property, Colorado State University falls under the same tobacco restrictions of former Gov. John Hickenloopers November 2018 executive order as other state-owned buildings and properties. Executive Director of the CSU department of policy, risk & environmental programs Bob Schur said, We’re not trying to get people in trouble or be really punitive about this. We’re making efforts to communicate with the campus community about the policy and how it came about and what’s expected. (Photo Illustration by Skyler Pradhan | The Collegian)

‘It’s about education’: Smoking ban enforcement at CSU

Marshall Dunham December 9, 2019

It’s been over a year since former Gov. John Hickenlooper signed an executive order outlawing tobacco and vaping products on state-owned building property. Because Colorado State University is state-owned...

A multi-generational panel discusses their thoughts and attitudes towards Fort Collins climate future at the Lincoln Center on Thursday Nov. 14, 2019. Among the many members of the panel was 1st grader Charlotte Kirkpatrick (3rd chair from left). The City of Fort Collins partnered with CSUs School of Global Environmental Sustainability to celebrate 20 years of action towards climate change. (Skyler Pradhan | Collegian)

Fort Collins celebrates 20 years of climate action

Marshall Dunham November 18, 2019

With a party featuring a panel of multiple generations, as well as roughly 25 booths hosted by various community groups, Fort Collins celebrated 20 years of climate action in the community on Thursday.  The...

Former President of Kosovo Atifete Jahjaga speaks about the Republic of Kosovo, women in the society, and how far the nation has come. (Luke Bourland | The Collegian)

Former Kosovo female president urges to fight ‘glass ceiling’

Marshall Dunham November 8, 2019

The first female president of Kosovo urged her audience to fight gender norms and push for gender equality in a speech at Colorado State University on Wednesday. The event was held in the Lory Student...

Line up of laboratory equiptment in a lab in Yates Hall. (Addie Kuettner | The Collegian)

CSU’s $398.5 million research expenditures break record

Marshall Dunham October 22, 2019

Colorado State University research spending reached $398.5 million for the fiscal year 2019, setting a new record for the University. The increase in spending, which is up 6.3% over fiscal year 2018,...

Colorado State University Campus Energy Coordinator Stacey Buamgarn starts his presentation about sustainability on campus. (Marshall Dunham | The Collegian)

CSU hosts ‘Sustainability 101’ presentation, talks future

Marshall Dunham October 9, 2019

Sustainability and the future of Colorado State University’s environmental footprint made an appearance this week. CSU hosted a “Sustainability 101” event on Oct. 2, focusing on the ways the school...

The CSU Seedstock Merchandising Teams Hereford heifers on a break during the 2015 National Western Stock Show in Denver. (Dixie Crowe | The Collegian)

National Western Center to break ground in 2020, open 2022

Marshall Dunham September 22, 2019

For more than five years, multiple partners have been striving to create the National Western Center, a Denver redevelopment project on the same property as the National Western Stock Show. Colorado State...

A student looks at free helmets offered during the Rams Ride Right event on Sept. 17. (Marshall Dunham | The Collegian)

5 services that help make CSU bike friendly

Marshall Dunham September 22, 2019

Colorado State University is a Platinum Bicycle Friendly University, but what exactly does that mean? “A platinum-level Bicycle Friendly University is an exemplary campus for bicyclists,” according...

President Joyce McConnell gives the 2019 Fall Address, Sept. 19. (Matt Tackett | Collegian)

Joyce McConnell applauds #NotProudToBe protest in Fall Address

Marshall Dunham September 19, 2019

Colorado State University President Joyce McConnell delivered her first Fall Address Sept. 19 at The Oval. The address included the announcement of a Race, Bias and Equity Initiative and was interrupted...

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