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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

The Korean Hansori Drum and Dance group performs onstage at the World Unity Fair in the Lory Student Center Feb. 17. “This is my first time at a fair here,” said Jeongyun Choi, a representative of the Korean Student Association at Colorado State University. “I was impressed that I could see so many diversities here because I didn’t think Colorado had that much.”

CSU celebrates 68th annual World Unity Fair

Rebekah Barry, Staff Reporter February 22, 2024

Stepping into the Lory Student Center ballrooms, visitors of Colorado State University's 68th annual World Unity Fair were immediately greeted with an array of cultures. Held Feb. 17, the event featured...

CSU drops in-state application fee

CSU drops in-state application fee

Rebekah Barry August 24, 2023

For most graduating high schoolers, Free Application Day in Colorado is important. However, applying to Colorado State University as an in-state Colorado student means there is no longer an application...

Trending: What CSU students are wearing this spring

Trending: What CSU students are wearing this spring

Rebekah Barry, Staff Reporter April 26, 2023

As spring and summer are beginning to roll around the corner, different fashion trends are emerging around the Colorado State University campus.  These trends are documented on CSU Fitted, an Instagram...

Interior of Repeat Boutique on the corner of South College Avenue and East Lake Street in Fort Collins April 20. Repeat Boutique is a consignment that is packed full of clothing and various items.

Repeat Boutique: Affordable, sustainable shopping

Rebekah Barry, Staff Reporter April 25, 2023

Right off the corner of College Avenue and East Lake Street is a small old house. From the outside, it doesn't look like much, but on the inside, it's full of stories and history. According to their...

Ram Stories highlights student experiences during COVID-19

Ram Stories highlights student experiences during COVID-19

Rebekah Barry, Staff Reporter April 11, 2023

Colorado State University was one of many college campuses hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. CSU's Ram Stories Symposium was put together by the CSU Libraries and Public Lands History Center. This event...

Ava Ayala poses on The Plaza outside the Associated Students of Colorado State University offices March 28, 2023. Ayala is running for the speaker of the senate position for the 2023-24 school year.

ASCSU elections: Speaker of the senate candidate Ava Ayala

Rebekah Barry, Staff Reporter March 29, 2023

Ava Ayala is a first-year student at Colorado State University majoring in zoology. She is running against Hayden Taylor for speaker of the senate in the upcoming Associated Students of CSU election, according...

Holocaust survivor Sara Moses addresses hundreds of Colorado State University community members in the Lory Student Center Main Ballroom March 1. Moses was very young during the Holocaust and shared her story as part of CSUs annual Holocaust Awareness Week.

Holocaust survivor speaks at CSU on enduring childhood

Rebekah Barry, Staff Reporter March 6, 2023

As a young girl, Sara Moses had never seen a flower. She hadn't tasted ice cream nor chocolate. She was a little Jewish girl whose whole life had been tidal-waved with violence, loss and extreme hunger. Moses...

Demonstrating Black excellence: 7 notable CSU alumni

Demonstrating Black excellence: 7 notable CSU alumni

Rebekah Barry, Staff Reporter February 14, 2023

Colorado State University has had several notable graduates. They are a part of school history and go on to accomplish great things in the world. During Black History Month, it's important to recognize...

Rams Against Hunger Food Pantry

Rams Against Hunger helps those experiencing food insecurity

Rebekah Barry, Staff Reporter February 13, 2023

Editor’s Note: Read the Spanish version of this article here. Colorado State University is filled with an array of students and faculty from different backgrounds. For those experiencing food insecurity...

Customers of Momos food truck, a new mobile food truck that serves Nepalese dumplings, line up for the grand opening in Fort Collins Jan. 28. According to Momos website, the food truck serves authentic Nepalese momos made with fresh and 100% all-natural ingredients.

New food truck brings Nepalese staples to Fort Collins

Rebekah Barry, Staff Reporter January 31, 2023

A well-balanced combination of meat and spices is stuffed inside a delicately wrapped dough for the perfect bite. Momos' dumplings are a must-try. On Jan. 28 Sulav Magar hosted the grand opening of...

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