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Nova Dog Creations featured plush toys at Fort Collins Comic Con. Photo credit: Connor Deblieck

Fort Collins Comic Con to occur this weekend

Nate Day August 23, 2017

The Fort Collins Comic Con will be held at the Northside Aztlan Community Center from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on August 26 and 27 Every year, across the nation, various cities celebrate the geekiest fandoms...

Snack Attack is a new Fort Collins restaurant with an emphasis on local ingredients. Photo credit: Nate Day

Snack Attack offers locally-sourced food, comfortable atmosphere

Nate Day August 22, 2017

Restaurant: Snack Attack Location: 120 W. Stuart Street Website: Fort Collins is a city known for its locality; beers are brewed here, bikes are built here and Colorado pride is...

New Belgium bartender Ariel Starkweather pours a glass of Old Aggie at New Belgium Brewery on July 1, 2017 during the launch party. (Erin Douglas | Collegian)

6 things you missed over the summer

Nate Day August 21, 2017

Now that school is back in full swing, campus and Fort Collins is once again flooded with students. Believe it or not, CSU and Fort Collins both continue to exist over the summer, and there's still news...

(Natalie Dyer | Collegian)

MidiCi Neapolitan Pizza Company offers traditional food in a non-traditional atmosphere

Nate Day July 11, 2017

MidiCi Neapolitan Pizza Company says it best on their own table cards: “Pure ingredients. Rare freshness. Classical simplicity. Historical heritage.” The surprisingly chic pizza joint allows...

Attendees wear many types of cosplay at Denver Comic Con (Chapman Croskell | Collegian)

Geekdom reigns supreme on day 2 of Denver Comic Con

July 3, 2017

For one weekend each year, enthusiasts of comics, sci-fi, videos games and mythical lore run the roost at the Colorado Convention Center; that weekend is called Denver Comic Con. Day two of the convention...

How to celebrate 4th of July in Fort Collins

How to celebrate 4th of July in Fort Collins

Nate Day June 27, 2017

We are deep into the summer season, and everyone's favorite opportunity to show off their patriotic side, otherwise known as 4th of July, will be here next week. With 4th of July being an America holiday,...

A week in the life of an A&C reporter

A week in the life of an A&C reporter

Nate Day May 8, 2017

Editor’s note: As part of a media transparency initiative, on May 8, 2017, the Collegian spent the last day of publishing of the year telling our readers about us. You can read more about the people...

CSU theatre masterfully presents Little Shop of Horrors

CSU theatre masterfully presents ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

Nate Day May 1, 2017

For those of you familiar with "Little Shop of Horrors," you know that it is a goofy, fun-filled show with plenty of laughs along the way. While the University Center for the Arts' production is not necessarily...

The Velvet Rope performs at Aggie Theatre Friday during the first night of FoCo MX. Photo credit: Nate Day

FoCoMX Review: The Velvet Rope brings the `80s to Aggie Theatre

Nate Day April 29, 2017

The Velvet Rope performed at the Aggie Theatre Friday for the first night of FoCoMX. There is nothing quite like a local band. They are fun, they are genuine and they are able to connect with a crowd...

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CSU students respond: Who should run for president in 2020?

April 25, 2017

Donald Trump has been president for nearly three months now, which means it is time to start thinking about who is next. Come 2018, several politicians will be announcing that they are planning on running...

Professor Ray Black with Harry Belafonte at the ACT Film Festival Photo credit: Nate Day

Harry Belafonte attends ACT Human Rights Film Festival, discusses current race relations

April 22, 2017

During stage and screen legend Harry Belafonte's visit to the CSU campus, there was one word on everyone's mind. One word that seemed to be uttered more than any other. One word that seemed to emanate...

Pentatonix return to their roots with ‘Vol. 4 – Classics’

Nate Day April 18, 2017

Since their career began on an a cappella competition show called "The Sing-Off," fans have been head-over-heels for their ability to renew and modernize a bonafide classic, often making the originals...

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