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Silva-Wells to add new positions to ASCSU executive branch

Silva-Wells to add new positions to ASCSU executive branch

Rachel Telljohn April 12, 2017

Executive branch jobs under the new Silva-Wells administration for the Associated Students of Colorado State University will go live Thursday morning on the ASCSU website. The job listings are part...

Morton-Rosenthal under fire from accusations, investigations during ASCSU campaign

Morton-Rosenthal under fire from accusations, investigations during ASCSU campaign

Rachel Telljohn and Haley Candelario April 4, 2017

Update: As of April 4, Council member Kristin Stephens clarified with the Collegian about the nature of her relationship with Hailey Morton. "I have always been open to working with ASCSU leadership...

WGAC to host events for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Rachel Telljohn April 3, 2017

Students at Colorado State University can participate in events as a way to get involved with Sexual Assault Awareness month throughout April. CSU's Women and Gender Advocacy Center helps to promote awareness...

Sam Barthel and Willis Scott monitored the debate Wednesday between ASCSU candidates running for Senate, President and Vice President positions.

Money issues and lack of prior experience may sway students from entering ASCSU elections

Rachel Telljohn March 30, 2017

In the midst of election season for Associated Students of Colorado State University, factors such as money, time and being outside of the organization are reasons students might not run in the election,...

ASCSU candidates debated Wednesday in the Lory Student Center, competing against one another for positions of Senate, President and Vice President. Voting for candidates opens April 3.  ( Brooke Buchan | Collegian)

Diversity and sustainability main topics at ASCSU election debate

Rachel Telljohn March 29, 2017

Issues candidates labeled as buzzwords, such as diversity and sustainability, took center stage at the Associated Students of Colorado State University debate Wednesday evening. Four presidential platforms...

Young women to discover engineering pathways at CSU Saturday

Young women to discover engineering pathways at CSU Saturday

Rachel Telljohn March 29, 2017

Colorado State University is holding an engineering pathway event aimed to empower young women this Saturday, April 1. CSU is one of multiple universities to hold Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day,...

Political science professors Courtenay Daum and David McIvor host Democracy in America talk. (Photo: Rachel Telljohn)

Democracy in Trump’s America: political science professors talk election aftermath

Rachel Telljohn March 24, 2017

Two months into President's Trump administration, discussions of how to process the election - and Trump's rise to power - are still ongoing on campus.Democracy in America, a series of talks hosted by...

ASCSU vice presidential candidate, Tristan Syron, and presidential candidate, Nick Bohn. (Photo courtesy of Becca Venable, Bohn-Syron team.)

ASCSU campaign: Nick Bohn and Tristan Syron

Rachel Telljohn March 23, 2017

Time is of the essence for the Nick Bohn and Tristan Syron campaign for the upcoming Associated Students of Colorado State University student body elections. The two have campaigned on the Plaza this week...

City candidates debate student, city connections on CSU campus

City candidates debate student, city connections on CSU campus

Rachel Telljohn March 21, 2017

Fort Collins regular municipal elections are ongoing and the candidates came to campus to debate Monday night. The Associated Students of Colorado State University hosted a debate for the candidates...

Madison Tolan, a senior at CSU studying Biomedical Sciences, Alide Berndzen, a post graudate from Berlin, and Haley Dallas, a junior at CSU studying Natural Resource Management show their opposition to the Sit- Lie Ban at the city council meeting on Tuesday, March 3 (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

Fort Collins City Council votes to amend proposed sit-lie ban

Rachel Telljohn March 8, 2017

Editor's note: A previous version of this article incorrectly spelled Duane Hansen and Kwon Atlas' names. The error has been corrected.  As Jennifer Reistch, a member of the Fort Collins Homeless Coalition,...

Personal attacks create conflict in ASCSU, body looks for a new solution

Personal attacks create conflict in ASCSU, body looks for a new solution

Rachel Telljohn March 2, 2017

Ad hominem attacks have been rife within the Associate Students of Colorado State University over the past year as the organization works to become a more diverse and inclusive body. ASCSU introduced...

Jeff McKissack proclaimed that 
[he] will not stand for this any longer before proceeding to make snow angles in the concrete. He used to be homeless, and now brings his humorous personality and food for his family still in need. (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

Fort Collins divided over controversial sit-lie ban

Rachel Telljohn February 28, 2017

[new_royalslider id="578"]   A proposed City ordinance has garnered public attention and controversy over the past month due to its perceived attack on the homeless in Fort Collins. Many are...

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