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As of Sept. 2, Colorado State University led all Colorado universities in COVID-19 cases. At the time, CSU had 82 confirmed cases, according to The New York Times. The University had administered over 8,500 total tests, and according to Public Safety and Risk Communications Manager Dell Rae Ciaravola, cases were low given the number of tests. (Pratyoosh Kashyap | The Collegian)

Campus amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Pratyoosh Kashyap September 7, 2020

As students return to campus for in-person classes, new University-implemented protocols change student life. Colorado State University currently leads all Colorado universities in COVID-19 cases. As of...

(Pratyoosh Kashyap | The Collegian)

Spring snow settles over Fort Collins, through the eyes of a Collegian photographer

Pratyoosh Kashyap April 26, 2020

Spring and snow were two phenomena I had not put together prior to moving to Colorado from New Delhi in the summer of 2019. For us, the spring season is associated with marking the end of winter, with...

Collegian Photographer Pratyoosh Kashyap

Meet the Photographer: Pratyoosh Kashyap

Pratyoosh Kashyap April 22, 2020

Pratyoosh Kashyap has been working as a photojournalist for The Collegian for one year. Kashyap is an agricultural and resource economics doctoral student at Colorado State University.  Every Friday,...

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