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A rendering of the C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute. (Photo courtesy of SOURCE at Colorado State University).

Upcoming $65 Million facility breaks ground near vet school

Nicole Towne June 22, 2017

Ground was symbolically broken with shiny, engraved shovels on June 2 for a new multimillion dollar facility at Colorado State University. The C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute...

Danielle Anderson and her band Danielle Ate the Sandwich performed on opening night of the Lagoon Summer Concert Series Wednesday. Photo by Olive Ancell | Collegian

CSU alumna, ukulele song writer opens Lagoon Concert Series

Nicole Towne June 16, 2017

Colorado State University alumna and folk-pop musican Danielle Anderson opened the Lagoon Summer Concert Series on Wednesday night under clear skies her with ukulele in hand. Anderson, better known as...

Officer in Old Town arrest video returned to duty

Officer in Old Town arrest video returned to duty

Nicole Towne June 1, 2017

The officer involved in April’s viral Old Town arrest video was returned to full duty on June 1 after an internal investigation conducted by Fort Collins Police Services. The arrest of Michaella Surat,...

Kirk Stephens was arrested on May 17 for burglarizing numerous Fort Collins residences. (Photo courtesy of Larimer County Sheriffs Office)

Suspect arrested after home burglary spree

Nicole Towne May 25, 2017

A man suspected to be involved in 10 residential burglaries in the Fort Collins area was arrested by Fort Collins Police on May 17. Kirk Stephens, 46, was arrested after committing a burglary at a...

Image of the suspect. (Courtesy of Colorado State University Public Safety)

CSU employee flashed by unknown suspect

Nicole Towne May 18, 2017

Editor's Note: This article has been updated since it was originally published. A female Colorado State University employee was sexually harassed Thursday morning, north of campus, at the University...

The Trees, Water & People organization will be bringing these young Ponderosa Pines, grown in CSUs Warner College of Natural Resources, up to the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota to be planted this Monday. (Brooke Buchan | Collegian)

“Heated” climate rally discusses climate change locally, internationally

Nicole Towne May 1, 2017

Editor's note: A previous version of this article incorrectly implied that the organization that sponsored the event was Population Connect. However, the organization that sponsored the event is...

Stephen Wildgen, also known as The Colonel, is a cook at the Fort Collins Rescue Mission. He went to CSU, then to med school, then was in the military for 32 years, earning the title of Colonel. He is working on a book on homelessness titles Signs of our Times with CSU Professor Francisco Rael. (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

CSU faculty member leads monthly homelessness outreach event

Nicole Towne April 24, 2017

The fourth Saturday of every month, Colorado State University School of Education instructor Elizabeth Urban and her husband Leonard Urban wake up early so they can arrive at the Community of Christ Church...

Collegian file photo Photo credit: Sarah Ehrlich

Spring Dance Concert makes social statements with movement

Nicole Towne April 24, 2017

Over 20 dancers took the stage at the University Center for the Arts Dance Theater this weekend for Colorado State University’s Spring Dance Concert. The concert featured 10 separate pieces choreographed...

Rabbi Yerachmiel Gorelik speaks to those in attendance of CSUs Passover Seder event hosted by the Chabad Jewish Student Organization. All photos were taken before sunset in accordance with Jewish tradition. (Davis Bonner | Collegian)

12th Annual Passover Seder combines tradition, community

Nicole Towne April 12, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peC16bpDNTg&feature=youtu.be Friends, family, students and community members from northern Colorado gathered together in the Grand Ballroom overlooking the mountains and...

Robert Jordan won the Ann Gill Excellence in Teaching Award this year. He is a professor in the History Department at Colorado State University. (Olive Ancell | Collegian)

Innovative history professor wins Ann Gill teaching award

Nicole Towne April 6, 2017

Robert Jordan, a history professor at Colorado State University and a self-identified goofball and dungeon master is this year's recipient of the Ann Gill Excellence in Teaching Award. The $10,000 award,...

CSU’s longest running a cappella group creates passionate music community

Nicole Towne April 6, 2017

When the RAMblings a cappella group perform, it does not involve highly coordinated dance moves, matching outfits or Rebel Wilson. Instead, it brings together a group of students passionate about music...

Ascent fashion show displays student talent in design, modeling

‘Ascent’ fashion show displays student talent in design, modeling

Nicole Towne April 2, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBid5_3Xswc&feature=youtu.beThe Colorado State University Design and Merchandising department took over the Fort Collins Lincoln Center Friday night with bright lights,...

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