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Cameron Duddy harmonizes with band Midland during their headlining performance at this years RamFest, April 25.

Gallery: RamFest takes a country twist with headlining band Midland

Ruby Secrest, Staff Photographer May 4, 2024

Jess Carson, Cameron Duddy and Luke Cutchen join together to share a mic during Midlands performance at the Moby Arena during RamFest April 25.

RamFest takes a country twist with headlining band Midland

Ruby Secrest, Staff Reporter May 3, 2024

The annual Colorado State University RamFest has taken many forms in years past, such as carnivals and comedy shows. However, in recent years, a trend of students voting for a discounted concert on campus...

Women-led cult classics generate committed fandoms

Women-led cult classics generate committed fandoms

Aubree Miller, Staff Reporter May 1, 2024

While there are countless cult classic films out there, there aren’t many that focus on women’s stories. Generally speaking, cult classics tend to be films that aren't incredibly well received upon...

These 3 iconic movies are Coloradans

These 3 iconic movies are Coloradans

Sananda Chandy, Staff Reporter May 1, 2024

Colorado, the home to many beautifully diverse landscapes and scenery, has been the backdrop for various cult classic movies that fans continually go back to. Colorado fans can visit their filming locations,...

Revisiting the morbid fascination of Re-Animator

Revisiting the morbid fascination of ‘Re-Animator’

Sophia Pruden, Staff Reporter April 30, 2024

Stuart Gordon's 1985 film "Re-Animator" is a cult classic science fiction film that perfectly fits every convention of the genre. Loosely based on the short story "Herbert West-Reanimator" by H.P. Lovecraft,...

Two women perform on a stage.

Small town with big emotions: CSU Theatre performs ‘Our Town’

Aubree Miller, Staff Reporter April 25, 2024

A story of everyday life in a small town may not seem that enticing or exciting at first glance. However, Thornton Wilder's "Our Town" has perfectly captivated audiences at Colorado State University through...

Sound of Honeys lead singer Emma Rose joins Jesus Christ Taxi Driver for their headlining performance at Aggie Theatre for the annual Fort Collins Music Experiment festival April 19.

FoCoMX brings concert exposure to seasoned bands, newcomers

Ruby Secrest, Staff Reporter April 24, 2024

The annual festival Fort Collins Music Experiment is exposure therapy for anyone who says, "No, that genre's just not for me," bringing together over 400 bands, DJs and solo acts across all music genres. The...

Taylor Swift brings mature, reminiscent tone to Tortured Poets Department

Taylor Swift brings mature, reminiscent tone to ‘Tortured Poets Department’

Allie Seibel and Aubree Miller April 23, 2024

Taylor Swift's 11th studio album, "The Tortured Poets Department," released April 19, is about as vast of a tonal departure as the singer could possibly manage. Surprise announced at the Grammy Awards...

MaveRick Smith takes a breath during the end of their performance at Colorado State University’s annual drag show April 14.

Gallery: CSU annual drag show raises LGBTQIA+ scholarship funds

Cait McKinzie, Staff Photographer April 18, 2024

Colorado State University drag show headliner Mirage kneels onstage during her first number April 14. Mirage was a contestant in Season 16 of the reality show “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

CSU annual drag show raises LGBTQIA+ scholarship funds

Katie Fisher, Staff Reporter April 17, 2024

A luminous stage lined with white flowers and colorful baby’s breath accents awaits an audience giddy with anticipation for the first performer to appear. Hosted by the Pride Resource Center, Colorado...

Riley Merino and Ian Ehrhart of Jesus Christ Taxi Driver at Fools Fest at Colorado State University April 4.

Gallery: KCSU’s Fools Fest rocks Sutherland Garden

Ruby Secrest and Abigail Burns April 13, 2024

Photo courtesy of Sugar Britches

RamFest is ready for country lovers of CSU

Alex Hasenkamp, Arts & Entertainment Director April 9, 2024

Country is the theme of this year’s RamFest, featuring the traditional sound of the trio Midland and preceded by the more alternative country group Sugar Britches.  Ashliee Treblik, the president...

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