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A pay to park station in the Engineering parking lot sits with a sticker for the ParkMobile parking app. The University recently switched from the WayToPark app to the ParkMobile app. (Devin Cornelius | Collegian)

New parking app comes with more features, less cost

Nicole Taylor February 15, 2021

Anyone parking on the Colorado State University campus now has more flexibility in the ways they pay.  Colorado State University Parking & Transportation Services implemented a switch from the...

(Graphic Illustration by Malia Berry | The Collegian)

Gun-related incident resolved, campus all clear

Nicole Taylor January 22, 2021

On Thursday night, the Colorado State University Police Department was notified of a safety concern on campus involving a male suspect revealing a gun to a pedestrian. The incident was reported...

(Graphic Illustration by Malia Berry | The Collegian)

Fort Collins water restrictions end Tuesday, HOP complete

Nicole Taylor November 9, 2020

The mandatory water restrictions in Fort Collins are scheduled to end Nov. 10. On Nov. 8, Darin Atteberry, Fort Collins city manager, signed a declaration to end the restrictions. The restrictions were...

Mechanical Engineering Major Shahzeb Chaudhary works a testing site inside Canvas Stadium on Oct. 31. Chaudhary said this job was “very risky” but also “very essential” to make sure that the University can prevent large outbreaks. (Ryan Schmidt | The Collegian)

CSU researchers develop saliva-based COVID-19 test

Nicole Taylor November 1, 2020

Amid the rising COVID-19 cases and need for testing, Colorado State University has created a new, more efficient coronavirus detection test. ​Associate Director of the Prion Research Center Mark Zabel...

New Bird Scooters on campus. Bird two scooters have a self sealing tires, enhanced anti-theft encryption and  a new dual anti-tipping kickstand.
(Devin Cornelius | Collegian)

Fees provide alternative transportation for students

Nicole Taylor September 28, 2020

Colorado State University is committed to sustainability, being the first university in the world to earn a Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System Platinum rating. One of the many ways...

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