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A piece at Angle of Repose Nov.13 (Noah Turner | The Collegian)

CSU alumni revisit artistic journeys in ‘Angle of Repose’

Sam Sedoryk November 19, 2019

The trope of artists who leave their old stomping grounds behind to find a bigger, fuller art scene in a lively city miles away is a tale as old as time.  Colorado State University alumni Qwist...

The Navajo Clothing and Jewelry exhibition at the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art at CSU. The exhibition features historical Navajo textiles and jewelry. (Pratyoosh Kashyap | The Collegian)

Gregory Allicar Museum highlights Navajo art, jewelry

Sam Sedoryk November 11, 2019

Native American art is commonly misunderstood and appropriated in today’s society.  However, the Gregory Allicar Museum is showcasing their new exhibit on Navajo clothing and jewelry through Dec. 14,...

Unified Diversity plays at India Nite, an event hosted by the Indian Students Associated at the Lincoln Center. Unified Diversity main focus is to fuse different styles of music and songs from multiple cultures. Nov 3. (Alyssa Uhl | The Collegian)

India Nite blends culture, environmental issues

Sam Sedoryk November 5, 2019

This year's India Nite boasted an energetic and meaningful collection of music and dance, but it wasn't all just for show.  The Indian Students Association's annual India Nite, held at the Lincoln Center,...

Pumpkin patch off of S College Ave. is getting ready for Halloween and the fall spirit. (Jenny Lee | Collegian)

4 pumpkin patches perfect for fall fun

Sam Sedoryk October 30, 2019

Pumpkin patches make the perfect fall and Halloween activity. They provide a fun, family-friendly outing, a place to pick up fall decor or a way to get some thrills and scares in for Halloween. Whether...

An alter created by The Latin American Student Alliance (LASA) of Fort Collins High School in honor of Selena Quintanilla is displayed the Global Village Museum Oct. 8. (Colin Shepherd | The Collegian)

Día de los Muertos exhibit celebrates the afterlife

Sam Sedoryk October 30, 2019

Halloween is typically a time for scares and fun, but for some other cultures, it is a time for remembrance and the celebration of the afterlife. Global Village Museum brought in an emotional exhibit...

The basement of Happy Lucky’s Teahouse in Oldtown contains surplus tea and smells strongly of chai, but historically the basement was a home to Fort Collins prisoners. Oct. 26 (Alyssa Uhl |

Happy Lucky’s Teahouse serves a cup of spooky stories

Sam Sedoryk October 30, 2019

Fort Collins has had a long and notorious history of crime since its establishment in the late 1800s. Many in Fort Collins were arrested for bootlegging, prostitution and murder. In the name of justice,...

Participants and prize pumpkins being weighed off

1000-pound pumpkins invade Fort Collins Nursery

Sam Sedoryk October 13, 2019

The thought of eating vegetables is pretty spooky, but imagine if those vegetables were over 1,000 pounds. The 11th annual Giant Pumpkin Weigh-Off and Fall Jamboree, held this past Saturday by the Fort...

A wall inside the Horse and Dragon Brewing Company taproom, Oct. 7. Horse and Dragon hosted the Sunday Fun Day event put together by the Colorado State University Alumni Association on Oct. 6. (Matt Tackett | The Collegian)

Rams wave Homecoming weekend goodbye

Sam Sedoryk October 8, 2019

The annual Homecoming weekend can be a rowdy one depending on how you spend it, but this past Sunday was a time to unwind with friends and family. The Colorado State University Alumni Association...

Year 2 @ CSU walks in the homecoming parade Friday, Oct. 12. (Clara Scholtz | Collegian)

Lighting of the A reveals decades-long traditions

Sam Sedoryk October 2, 2019

Colorado State University’s Aggie A, positioned prominently on the western hills of Fort Collins, stands as a symbol of CSU pride. The Homecoming tradition of lighting the A has brought excitement for...

Bubble gum the pig at the Bee Family Centennial Farm north of Fort Collins. The farm was hosting its 125th anniversary event with pioneer games, cake and ice cream, and several interactive activities for adults and children alike on Sept. 21, 2019. (Gregory James | Collegian)

Farming history of Fort Collins uncovered, Pioneer Living Day

Sam Sedoryk September 25, 2019

Many Fort Collins locals already know the significance of agriculture and the impact it has on the community. For those who aren’t familiar with just how deep the roots of agriculture are planted...

The Fort Collins Blues Society performs at Old Town Square. (Sam Sedoryk | Collegian)

Blues artists share their stories in Old Town Square

Sam Sedoryk September 24, 2019

The Fort Collins Blues Society gave locals the end of summer blues this past Sunday for Blues in the Square. FOCOBS puts on Blues in the Square as a way to celebrate blues music in Fort Collins. The nonprofit...

The Avery House was originally built in 1879, receiving its National Register as a historically significant landmark in 1972. It was originally built by Frank and Sara Avery for 3,000 dollars. (Brooke Buchan | Collegian)

Historic Homes Tour unveils hidden stories in Fort Collins

Sam Sedoryk September 16, 2019

The Poudre Landmarks Foundation honored the nuances of historic Fort Collins architecture at their 35th annual Historic Homes Tour. The event, which took place on Sept. 15, emphasized the historic importance...

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