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The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Ravyn Cullor, News Director. (Forrest Czarnecki | The Collegian)

Cullor: Good journalism is a practice in kindness

Ravyn Cullor May 10, 2020

Editor’s Note: Traditionally, graduating seniors working at The Collegian are given the chance to write a farewell note at the end of their tenure at CSU. Dear Collegian reader, My very first day working...

The administration building is home to Joyce McConnells office as well as many other Colorado State University administrative offices, Sept. 9, 2019. (Gregory James | The Collegian)

Former CSU student reported for image evoking blackface

Ravyn Cullor April 14, 2020

A white man claiming to be a Colorado State University student was reported to the President’s Office Monday night for posting a Snapchat in which he is wearing a black face mask with a caption referencing...

Colorado State University biomedical sciences freshman Chaia Geltser (left) is helped by her mother Anna Geltser (center) and sister Ettie Geltser (right) to load their car after moving out of Ingersoll Hall March 25. “It probably is for the best but it’s tough for sure,” said Chaia Geltser. “I think that CSU organized it really well though.” (Matt Tackett | The Collegian)

Petición pide a CSU un reembolso ante el cierre del campus debido al COVID-19

Ravyn Cullor April 8, 2020

Traducción: Mayra Reyes Gómez Ustedes les dieron $12.000 (sitio en inglés), llegó el COVID-19 y ahora les están ofreciendo clases en línea, una ceremonia de graduación atrasada y acceso limitado...

Schoolwork on April 6. (Ryan Schmidt | The Collegian)

Students at high COVID-19 risk have health, education concerns

Ravyn Cullor April 7, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic shuts down universities across the country, some students are having to adapt to changing educations while worrying about a condition that puts them at a higher risk for serious...

Uber Tweaks will now deliver meth straight to your front door. (Luke Boredman | The Wake Up Slap)

Uber Tweaks delivers meth to your front door for COVID-19

Ravyn Cullor March 31, 2020

With the surge of food and alcohol delivery options cropping up to encourage social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, meth dealers have launched a new app, Uber Tweaks, to bring their product to...

Colorado State University biomedical sciences freshman Chaia Geltser (left) is helped by her mother Anna Geltser (center) and sister Ettie Geltser (right) to load their car after moving out of Ingersoll Hall March 25. “It probably is for the best but it’s tough for sure,” said Chaia Geltser. “I think that CSU organized it really well though.” (Matt Tackett | The Collegian)

Petition asks CSU to refund tuition in face of COVID-19 campus shutdown

Ravyn Cullor March 31, 2020

You gave them $12,000, COVID-19 struck and now they’re giving you online courses, delayed commencement and limited access to some resources your fees paid for. But some students are asking for a portion...

Old Town parking, which shoppers fought over just a week ago, remains empty after the CDC recommended non-essential workers stay in their homes. (Lauryn Bolz | The Collegian)

Larimer County issues stay-at-home order

Ravyn Cullor March 25, 2020

Larimer County has issued a stay-at-home order effective between March 26 and April 17, according to a press release by the Larimer County public health director. The order asks residents of Larimer County...

Wade Troxell won his third term as mayor of Fort Collins by a vote margin of over 14,000 votes. (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

Mayor among City officials self-quarantining for coronavirus exposure

Ravyn Cullor March 17, 2020

A number of high-level City officials are self-quarantining after they were possibly exposed to two individuals with confirmed cases of COVID-19, according to a press release from the City. The officials...

On March 11, Colorado State University decided to extend Spring Break until March 24 and move classes online until April 10, when the decision will be reevaluated, due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. (Anna von Pechmann | The Collegian)

CSU to remain online for rest of spring semester for coronavirus

Ravyn Cullor March 16, 2020

Colorado State University will remain online for the rest of the spring 2020 semester due to the rapid development of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an email from University President Joyce McConnell. The...

After the announcement that the University of Colorado Boulder would be switching all its classes to online for the rest of the semester, due to the World Health Organization declaring the outbreak of COVID-19 a pandemic, Colorado State University prepared to be the next closure. (Photo Illustration by Matt Tackett | The Collegian)

CSU classes to move online in wake of coronavirus

Ravyn Cullor March 11, 2020

Only hours after the World Health Organization officially declared COVID-19 a pandemic, Colorado State University has decided to follow suit with other universities across the nation and will move classes...

Colorado State University is currently tied for last place for spending on education per dollar. For every dollar of tuition students pay, CSU spends about .6 dollars on education, while other land grand universities have reported spending more than a dollar. (Colin Shepherd | The Collegian)

Economic report shows $3.9 billion impact on NoCo universities

Ravyn Cullor February 26, 2020

Combined, the four public higher education institutions in Northern Colorado add $3.9 billion to the local economy, according to a study released Tuesday. The study, conducted by Emsi, includes Colorado...

Summit Hall dorm suspected to be sinking. (Jordan Reyes | Collegian)

Ongoing power outage leaves CSU buildings in the dark

Ravyn Cullor February 19, 2020

A power outage left at least 11 buildings without power on the Colorado State University campus Tuesday night, according to Public Safety and Risk Communications Manager Dell Rae Ciaravola. Power went...

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