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Jared Polis visits student government, ASCSU, to address Colorados stance on higher education and student concerns. (Nathan Tran | Collegian)

Governor Polis talks higher education, renewable energy with ASCSU

Stuart Smith February 18, 2019

In his third Northern Colorado stop of the day, Governor Jared Polis visited Colorado State University Friday afternoon to discuss and receive feedback on his higher education plan with students. The Associated...

ASCSU Senator Ethan Burshek presents a resolution opposing a recent Colorado law banning the use of all nicotine products on state property. “[This is] directly antithetical to our mission for inclusion,” Burshek said. (AJ Frankson | Collegian)

Concerns about tobacco, Darwin Day raised in ASCSU Senate

Stuart Smith February 14, 2019

Editor's Note: Connor Cheadle and Abby Vander Graaff both are employed as columnists for the opinion section of The Collegian. Colorado's recent tobacco ban and the ethics of consenting endorsement...

ASCSU Senator Connor Cheadle, presents his resolution for the recognition of Darwin Day as an observed CSU holiday. The resolution stirred debate and questions among the Senate. (Matt Tackett | Collegian)

Resolution to observe Darwin Day finds backlash in ASCSU Senate

Stuart Smith February 7, 2019

Charles Darwin and his ideas stirred debate over a proposed CSU holiday celebrating his work in chambers of the Associated Students of Colorado State University Senate Wednesday night. Sen. Connor Cheadle,...

Sondeo revela la opinión pública sobre la ordenanza Tú+2

Sondeo revela la opinión pública sobre la ordenanza Tú+2

Stuart Smith February 6, 2019

Editor’s note: The Collegian is starting a section in Spanish for our Spanish-speaking readers. Spanish articles will be available online and in print. Find the English version here. Traducido por Cinthia Avitia. Los...

Looi Shen Wei Brendan persuades the ASCSU to help fund a lantern festival for all students and faculty that would be held in February. (Susie Heath | The Collegian)

New student group to host first CSU Lantern Festival next month

Stuart Smith January 31, 2019

A lantern festival will be coming to Colorado State University through the efforts of the University’s Southeast Asian Student Organization. In a slideshow presentation to the Associated Students of...

U+2 survey results reveal public opinion on ordinance

U+2 survey results reveal public opinion on ordinance

Stuart Smith January 30, 2019

Nota del Editor: El Collegian está empezando una sección para nuestros lectores que hablan Español. Articulos en Español va a estar en línea y en la impresión. Encontrar la versión en Español aqui. Traducido...

A fan holds an Old Aggie can while watching a Colorado State Basketball game.

Beer, wine now sold in Moby Arena at Moby Loft

Stuart Smith January 29, 2019

Following in the time-honored tradition of mixing beer and basketball, Colorado State University fans can now turn up in Moby Arena. With its beer and wine license approved by the City of Fort Collins...

ASCSU Chief of Staff Zachary Vaishampayan presents President Tristan Syrons recommended corrections to the vetoed Election Managers Job description. (Matt Tackett | Collegian)

ASCSU president vetoes bill regarding elections manager position

Stuart Smith December 6, 2018

Following the veto of a job description bill by Associated Students of Colorado State University President Tristan Syron, the Senate decided to scrap it and rewrite the job description next semester. The...

ASCSU discusses printing prices on campus, at the Wednesday, Nov. 28 meeting.

ASCSU Senate approves resolution encouraging free printing

Stuart Smith November 29, 2018

There is a possibility that every Colorado State University student may be able to print for free within the coming years. The Senate of the Associated Students of CSU passed a resolution (23-15-8) supporting...

Josh Lindell, presents a resolution to extend free student printing across campus, which would add ads to student papers to reduce cost. (Anna Baize | Collegian)

Free printing, cheaper classroom resources discussed by CSU student government

Stuart Smith November 15, 2018

Free printing and cheaper textbooks: What more could a college student want? The Associated Students of Colorado State University Senate discussed just that, along with a resolution to create more informative...

(Photo courtesy of Kevin Olson)

CSUPD chief publishes open letter with active threat advice

Stuart Smith November 13, 2018

Figure out an escape plan from campus, says Colorado State University Chief of Police Scott Harris. Harris released an open letter to the campus community Monday asking them to create their own plans...

Senator Milena Castaneda and Associate Senator Raven Pinto present their bill to the ASCSU Senate. The bill would implement a land acknowledgment during the first, middle, and last ASCSU sessions of each semester. (Matt Tackett | Collegian)

ASCSU Senate debates full use of student fees, game day parking policies

Stuart Smith November 8, 2018

With a great budget comes great responsibilities. A resolution to maximize the use of the Associated Students of Colorado State University's $57 million in student fees was discussed during Wednesday...

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