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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Hoag: Extended transfort schedule a long awaited relief for students

Hoag: Extended transfort schedule a long awaited relief for students

Savannah Hoag June 22, 2017
Tranfort growth is essential to the growing Fort Collins community.
Solace Meds budtender Brian Plaster weighs medicine for a patient Tuesday. Solace Meds is located on the south end of Fort Collins at 301 Smokey St. (Collegian file photo)

CSU professors to study recreational marijuana impact on college campuses

Savannah Hoag December 7, 2016
The study is funded by the taxation of medical marijuana from April 1, 2017 until March 30, 2019.
Paul Bodin speaks on his experience with the government in the homeless community (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

Homelessness and Human Rights Summit brings awareness of homeless criminalization

Savannah Hoag December 2, 2016

Colorado State University students and members of the Fort Collins community gathered together in the Lory Student Center for the Homelessness and Human Rights Summit discussing the criminalization of...

The CSU Health Network in no longer offering the Learning Assistance Services as part of the Counseling Services. Students seeking academic assistance programs can seek help from other facilities around the school, such as Resources for Disabled Students or through TiLT.

CSU Health Network urges students to get flu shots

Savannah Hoag November 13, 2016

Students can now receive a flu shot from the Colorado State University Health Network.Flu shots are available on campus at the Hartshorn Health Center. No appointment is necessary, and students can go...

Dont Forget to Vote (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

By the numbers: Voter registration in Larimer County

Savannah Hoag November 3, 2016

November marks the highest number of registered voters Larimer County has seen in over 10 years. There are 227,807 active registered voters and 40,994 of those voters are aged 18-25. Larimer County...

The Adult Learner and Veteran Services (ALVS) located in the LSC helps veterans in whatever way they can and gives them valuable resources to be successful here at CSU. (Collegian File Photo)

Veterans Symposium to discuss transition from higher education to workforce

Savannah Hoag October 21, 2016

Colorado State University will host a Veterans Symposium from Oct. 24 to 25 in the Lory Student Center.The symposium is composed of panels, breakout sessions and keynote speakers. The focus of the symposium...

The CSU marching band leads the homecoming parade. (Photo courtesy: Colorado State University archives)

11 roads to close due to Homecoming Parade

Savannah Hoag October 6, 2016

A total of 11 roads will be closed on Friday due to the Colorado State University Homecoming parade. This year the parade begins at 4:30 p.m. on the corner of Oak and Howes Streets. It will travel south...

Police responded to a 911 call Thursday night, which ended in a male suspect being shot by police. Photo by Natalie Dyer.

Weekly Crime Update: Sept. 26

Savannah Hoag September 26, 2016

Thursday, Sept. 22: Mother arrested for child abuse resulting in death   The mother of 11 month-old RaeLynn Martinez has been arrested for child abuse resulting in death. Her charges include: ·...

Colorado State University junior Kelly Davis poses for a portrait on Tuesday afternoon. Davis, who is the Vice President of Active Minds, an organization aimed at reducing mental health stigma among students, recently won a scholarship from the national Active Minds organization. (Forrest Czarnecki | Collegian)

New campus mental health club receives national attention

Savannah Hoag September 14, 2016

The Colorado State University chapter of Active Minds Club recently won a $1000 national scholarship to attend the national conference in Sacramento, California. CSU Active Minds club vice president Kelly...

Sophomore English student major Erica Greenfield competes with friends in a traditional game of Water Pong to kick-off homecoming weekend.

Party-related tickets in campus west double compared to 2015

Savannah Hoag September 8, 2016

Fort Collins Police Department wrote over 28 party-related tickets in campus west neighborhoods during the first weekend of the fall semester, over twice as many compared to last year. There were only...

CSU websites receive update to promote University

CSU websites receive update to promote University

Savannah Hoag September 2, 2016

Colorado State University’s websites have been redesigned after almost five years.The Department of External Relations first decided to revamp CSU’s main homepage as a way to further develop...

Michelle Kwan speaks with students outside the LSC during her visit to campus while campaigning for Hillary Clinton. Photo credit: Elliott Jerge

Olympic figure skater campaigns for Clinton on campus Thursday

Savannah Hoag September 2, 2016

Olympic gold medalist figure skater Michelle Kwan was on campus campaigning for Hillary Clinton on Thursday.Kwan said she is raising voter awareness for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign on...

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