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By the numbers: Warner College of Natural Resources

Veronica Baas December 9, 2015

Getting good grades on tests or making it to class every day for attendance points are just means to an end, the end being graduation and, hopefully, a successful career. Students in the Warner College...

350 Club hosts Fossil Free Film Festival

350 Club hosts Fossil Free Film Festival

Veronica Baas December 1, 2015

Over the next two weeks, Colorado State University's 350 Club will be hosting the Fossil Free Film Festival to help raise awareness about climate change and to promote sustainability on campus.The 350...

CSU agricultural students educate campus community on nutrition

CSU agricultural students educate campus community on nutrition

Veronica Baas November 17, 2015

The process food goes through before it arrives at the grocery store is crucial for consumers to understand if they would like to lead a healthy lifestyle, according to members of Assistant Professor Michael...

This bridge connects the LSC to the Engineering building. A group of senior engineering majors are drafting designs to reconstruct the connection. (Photo by Veronica Baas).

Students may take online survey on reconstruction of bridge connecting LSC to engineering

Veronica Baas November 17, 2015

Some students may have noticed the rust accumulating under the bridge that connects the Lory Student Center to the Engineering building. Or maybe, after a rainy night, they have been walking to class...

Join Cam the Ram on the Plaza for nutritional education

Join Cam the Ram on the Plaza for nutritional education

Veronica Baas November 16, 2015

Cam the Ram will be on the Lory Student Center Plaza Tuesday to help teach students about nutrition. Students will be on campus from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. answering any questions students may have regarding...

Kristen Savage rides her bike along Spring Creek trail Friday afternoon.

University archives document 2013 flood history

Veronica Baas November 12, 2015

Two years ago, 17 counties in Northern Colorado were affected by flooding. To document this natural disaster, the Colorado Water Conservation Board funded a project called the Oral Histories of the 2013...

Graphic by Julia Adams

Rams Unplug: Journalism students promote sustainability on campus

Veronica Baas November 10, 2015

Is your phone charger sitting at home plugged into the wall right now? Yeah, so is mine.Forty percent of all electricity is used to power electronics that are off or not connected, according to statistics...

University breaks ground on gateway to discovery: New biology and chemistry research buildings

University breaks ground on ‘gateway to discovery’: New biology and chemistry research buildings

Veronica Baas October 16, 2015

At a groundbreaking event for the new biology and chemistry research buildings, Colorado State University celebrated the construction of what will be known as the gateway to discovery, according to Dean...

Josh Weemes, also known as Emprovyze, reviews a recording in his studio he built in Corbett Hall.

Student by day, rapper by night: Emprovyze records out of Corbett Hall

Veronica Baas October 14, 2015

For most students, living in a dorm can be loud and space limiting. Sophomore Josh Weemes manages to fit a small recording studio into his.Weemes started rapping last year when he lived in Durward Hall....

Sophomore Ecology major, Mitch Ralson, studies in the peaceful atmosphere of the Warner College of Natural Resources building over the weekend. (Photo Illustration?)

Warner College of Natural Resources introduces new human dimensions major

Veronica Baas October 14, 2015

Due to change in the problems conservationists face today, the Warner College of Natural Resources will offer a new major to its students this spring.The human dimensions of natural resources major was...

There is some construction going on Lake street due to the new on-campus stadium.

CSU hosts construction informational meetings in October

Veronica Baas October 12, 2015

As any member of Colorado State University knows, construction is nearly always happening, and it can be inconvenient. To avoid any surprises, attend an informational meeting hosted by Facilities Management.These...

Starbucks off of Elizebeth St. offers wine and craft beers after 2pm as a part of their new promotion Starbucks Evenings. (Photo Credit: Ryan Arb)

Starbucks on Elizabeth Street now serving alcohol

Veronica Baas October 9, 2015

Select Starbucks are now serving beer, wine and a variety of new food options as a part of their evenings program.Based in Seattle, the chain has expanded to over 21,000 different locations worldwide....

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