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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Oh, the places we have been: goodbye from a news editor

Oh, the places we have been: goodbye from a news editor

Rachel Telljohn May 7, 2018

Journalism is addicting in the way I must imagine hard drugs are addicting. Journalism is no longer my major, and yet some ridiculous part of me cannot seem to rid myself of it. Between my own addictive...

The stump sits on the Plaza as students walk through between classes.

Memorial held on the Plaza for those who died on the border

Rachel Telljohn April 20, 2018

A memorial for those who have lost their lives at the border of United States and Mexico was held Thursday on the Colorado State University Plaza.  The memorial was the joint effort of Ethnic Studies...

Students Against White Supremacy, a coalition of students who aim to expose and remove white supremacy on campus, hold the banners theyve been displaying for events like disrupting CSUnite and tabling on the plaza to further education on these issues. (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

Students Against White Supremacy petition for removal of Turning Point USA

Rachel Telljohn April 18, 2018

Turning Point USA's Colorado State University chapter is the buzz of campus this semester after bringing the organization's founder, Charlie Kirk, to campus. Now, some students are calling for the organization's...

The Fort Collins Government has achieved a green house gas reduction by 21 percent compared to 2005 levels by 2017, achieving the first step to their climate action plan three years early. Fort Collins as a community has cut 17 perfect of greenhouse gas emissions by 2017, and the government is looking to the community to develop more ways to reduce their carbon footprint. (Collegian File Photo)

Fort Collins works to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050

Rachel Telljohn April 12, 2018

As the debate over climate change continues on the national level, Fort Collins is working towards carbon neutrality by 2050. Fort Collins' Climate Action Plan is the project through which the City,...

ASCSU President candidate Tristan Syron and Vice President candidate Kevin Sullivan pose for a portrait on Mar. 28, 2018. (Colin Shepherd | Collegian)

ASCSU Campaign: Tristan Syron and Kevin Sullivan

Rachel Telljohn March 28, 2018

Video by Chapman Croskell Setting the standard is among the main priorities of the Tristan Syron and Kevin Sullivan campaign this Associated Students of Colorado State University election season.  The...

ASCSU Vice Presidential Candidate Mereena Winchell and Presidential Candidate Allec Burst answer questions during the ASCSU Plaza Debate outside of the Lory Student Center on March 21, 2018. (Colin Shepherd | Collegian)

Brust-Winchell campaign fined for campaigning early

Rachel Telljohn March 26, 2018

Editor’s Note: Allec Brust and her running mate, Mareena Winchell, were previously employed for the Rocky Mountain Collegian. Brust was the former Collegian opinion editor, and Winchell was a former...

Campus denounces Identity Evropa, organization says posters not extremist

Campus denounces Identity Evropa, organization says posters ‘not extremist’

Rachel Telljohn March 8, 2018
White supremacist flyers were found on CSU campus. The community is concerned.
The second floor of Clark C is home to the economics and journalism department at CSU. While Clark C is attached to the well-kept Clark A, it has not been renovated in a while, which has raised health concerns in the recent past. (AJ Frankson | Collegian)

White supremacist posters found on CSU campus

Rachel Telljohn February 26, 2018

Posters affiliated with the white supremacist group, Identity Europa, were posted in a Colorado State University academic building Monday morning. The posters were promptly removed in accordance with...

Charlie Kirk and Tim Carney speaking at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland. (Gage Skidmore | Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0)

Free speech comes to a head: Charlie Kirk’s “Smashing Socialism” event to be surrounded by protests

Rachel Telljohn February 2, 2018
Free speech has become a hot-button topic on the Colorado State University campus within the last few months, with the recent announcement of a new First Amendment website and the upcoming "Smashing Socialism" event featuring speaker Charlie Kirk. 

CSU Police announce suspect arrested in Mulligan’s Pub robbery

Rachel Telljohn January 29, 2018

A suspect was taken into custody after Mulligan's Pub was robbed Monday afternoon. Colorado State Public Safety Team issued an initial alert at approximately 3:02 p.m. and issued an all clear alert at...

The Last Jedi is not the last of its kind

‘The Last Jedi’ is not the last of its kind

Rachel Telljohn December 16, 2017

This review contains no major plot spoilers.  "The Last Jedi," the newest installment in the Star Wars franchise, might leave fans with more questions than the number they walked in with. The film opens...

CSU lobbies to defend graduate students from GOP tax reform

CSU lobbies to defend graduate students from GOP tax reform

Rachel Telljohn November 28, 2017

Graduate students at Colorado State University have cause to fear for their academic futures. The House of Representatives passed a bill, on Nov. 16, which would effectively make graduate school more...

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