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The future site of the student education garden, pictured in November 2015. Photo courtesy of Natalie Yoder.

CSU Student Education Garden hopes to contribute to Fort Collins food system

Pat Conrey February 15, 2018

When the new campus stadium was built, the former Student Sustainability Farm lost its turf, but not for long. North of the Gardens on Spring Creek, roughly half an acre of campus land was re-purposed...

Michael Leon Guerrero sits and discusses a few stories on how he got into the sustainability side of the world on February 12th 2018 at Avogadros Number off of S Mason St. Guerrero, is the Executive Director for the Labor Network for Sustainability organization and gave a speech on how to make a living on a living planet. (Javon Harris | Collegian)

Michael Guerrero discusses labor, climate justice at Avogadro’s Number

Pat Conrey February 13, 2018

Avogadro's Number invited Michael Leon Guerrero to speak Monday evening about the impact climate change will have on the world's work industries. According to the United Nations, the world population...

A community panel discussion at Avogadros Number took place Wednesday night to discuss concerns about the reintroduction of wolf species in Colorado. The panel consisted of Phil Cafaro, a CSU philosophy professor, Rick Knight, a Human Dimensions of Natural Resources CSU professor,  Valerie Johnson, a stem cell researcher and wolf sanctuary volunteer, and Dana Hoag, an agricultural and resource economics professor at CSU.  (Photo by Olive Ancell | Collegian)

CSU professors discuss if the wolf is friend or foe

Pat Conrey February 8, 2018

Opposing opinions were heard in a panel that opened the conversation about the reintroduction of wolves in Colorado. On Wednesday night Avogadro’s Number was the place where four panelists sat together...

Mayor Wade Troxell and City Manager Darin Atteberry address a crowd of about 400 at Washingtons in Old Town during the 2018 State of the City. (Jon Price | Collegian)

Fort Collins’ State of The City focuses on innovation, inclusion

Pat Conrey February 6, 2018

Fort Collins' annual State of the City address was held Monday night at the newly remodeled Washington’s music venue in Old Town Fort Collins. In under an hour, Mayor Wade Troxell and City Manager...

Susan Dunn and Patricia Miller hold up handmade signs at the Celebration Rally on Friday, Feb. 2. The rally took place ahead of Charlie Kirks controversial talk at CSU. (Ashley Potts | Collegian)

Islamic Center of Fort Collins hosts Celebration of Diversity in response to Charlie Kirk event at CSU

Pat Conrey February 4, 2018

The Islamic Center of Fort Collins and the Plymouth Congregational Church hosted a Celebration of Diversity preceding the Turning Point USA event Friday afternoon. Pastors, preachers and a number of local...

Brian Campbell holds hemp seeds from Colorado State Universitys field trials. (Patrick Conrey | Collegian)

Brian Campbell helps sequence the hemp genome

Pat Conrey February 2, 2018

“We actually had the Drug Enforcement Administration contact us and say, 'Do you guys know you have a field of cannabis growing inside the middle of your field of corn?'” said Brian Campbell, a PhD...

Collaborations to be spoken about at ‘We’re All in This Together’

Pat Conrey January 25, 2018

A model partnership exists at Colorado State University, which will be demonstrated by "We're All in This Together," an environmental advocacy event held next Monday.  From 5:30 to 7:00 PM Gabe Wing,...

Crime update: Fort Collins police search for armed robbery suspect, SWAT team detains burglar in Laporte

Pat Conrey January 16, 2018

An undisclosed amount of money and pepper balls were not found in the stockings of Fort Collins residents over Colorado State University's winter break.  Here is a collection of the crimes from in and...

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