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CSU student activists stand in solidarity with Native American students in front of the Administration building.  Some Native American students have put together personal testimonies on microaggressions and racism, like the recent campus tour incident, and ideas on how to improve the college experience of Native American students. (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

Tour incident inspires demands from Native American CSU students, gathers support

Nate Day May 9, 2018

Several Native American students met with a communications representative from Colorado State University's administration to discuss how to better support Native American students on campus on Wednesday...

NoCo Hula performs their first dance, He Inoa Nou E Kapili, at the Pacific Clubs annual Luau held in the Lory Student Center Grand Ballroom on April 28th, 2018 (Mackenzie Pinn | Collegian)

Pacific Club’s Lūʻau showcases diverse cultures at CSU

Nate Day April 29, 2018

CSU's Pacific Club is encouraging people to "live Aloha." For the first time in three years, Colorado State University's Pacific Club was able to put on a lūʻau, a traditional Hawaiian party....

Although CSU discourages students from decorating their graduation caps, you may want to decorate your cap after graduation as a memento of your time at CSU. Photo courtesy of CSU Creative Services.

8 tips for finding a job after graduation

Nate Day April 26, 2018

We're getting dangerously close to graduation season, and many of us will be bowing out in May with our collegiate careers coming to close. It's a stressful time for those that are graduating. Some...

Jeff Callaway, Associate Director of the Fermentation Sciences Program stands between a lauter tun and a mash mixer in the new brewery located next to the Ramskeller Pub. The brewery is the second on campus and provides students of the fermentation sciences program with the ability to produce up to 10 hectoliters of beer or roughly 8.5 barrels starting the summer of 2018. (Matt Tackett | Collegian)

Community collaboration: University partners with local businesses for new on-campus microbrewery

Nate Day April 17, 2018
CSU's on-campus brewery to showcase student work and campus-wide collaboration
Carl Olsen, Mens Programing and Violence Prevention Coordinator at the Womens and Gender Advocacy Center, gives a presentation on men and the #MeToo movement. (Ashley Potts | Collegian)

Los hombres en el movimiento Ayuda a que los Hombres se vuelvan Aliados de #MeToo

Nate Day April 11, 2018

Editor’s Note: The Collegian is starting a section in Spanish for our Spanish-speaking readers. Spanish articles will be available online and in print. Find the English version here. Traducido...

Panelists at the ACT Human Rights Film Festival Sunday afternoon. Left to right, Jacqueline Kozak Thiel, Dr. Scott Denning and moderator Kevin Henry (Erica Giesenhagen | Collegian).

ACT Human Rights Film Festival: ‘Anote’s Ark’ tells grim tale of climate change

Nate Day April 11, 2018
Anote's Ark tells the story of an island nation sinking under the pressure of rising sea levels.
A group of men discuss skills they have and can put to use to advocate for sexual assault survivors and victims during a presentation on men and the #MeToo movement put on by Men in the Movement. (Ashley Potts | Collegian)

Men in the Movement help men become allies for #MeToo

Nate Day April 9, 2018
#MeToo is a historic movement for women, but some men may struggle with how to be allies in relation to this moment in time. 
Photo courtesy of Wolverine Farm

Wolverine Farm to present poetry through multimedia Saturday

Nate Day April 5, 2018

Wolverine farm is bringing a new twist to the traditional poetry reading. The event, titled "Crossings: A Multimedia Poetry Reading," will take place on April from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Wolverine...

One of WGACs entry doors to their office in the LSC welcomes students with vibrant colors.

WGAC to offer Secondary Survivors Workshop for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Nate Day April 4, 2018
WGAC will explore how to best support victims of sexual assault, as well as secondary survivors.
CSU mascot Cam the Ram poses for pictures with prospective students and fans. There are around 17 students who work to take care of Cam, cleaning, shearing, feeding him and taking him to events around Fort Collins. (Brooke Buchan | Collegian)

A day in the life of Cam the Ram and his handlers

Nate Day April 3, 2018

Video by Brooke Buchan Colorado State University is full of local celebrities. Everyone knows Tony Frank and his legendary beard, and students love professors like Denise Apodaca and coaches like Mike...

The film maker Maisie Crow (left) doing a post-film Q&A after her film Jackson during the ACT Human Rights Film Festival

Breaking down the ACT Human Rights Film Festival

Nate Day March 30, 2018
A breakdown of the films coming to this year's ACT Film Festival
The film maker Maisie Crow (left) doing a post-film Q&A after her film Jackson during the ACT Human Rights Film Festival Photo credit: Christian Johnson

Communication Studies Department’s ACT Human Rights Film Festival to return in April

Nate Day March 29, 2018
CSU's ACT Human Rights Film Festival, focusing on human rights throughout the world, to return for the third year.
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