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Naeemah Weathers (9), a Colorado State University middle blocker, spikes the ball to gain a point against the United States Air Force Academy Falcons in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Sept. 29. The Rams won the match 3-0.

Rams sweep Air Force Academy, improve to 10-4

Braidon Nourse, Sports Editor September 29, 2022

The Colorado State University Rams volleyball team took on the Falcons of the United States Air Force Academy. Coming into the match, the Rams were 55-2 against the Falcons in the 40-year history of the...

People want a leader that comes in to inspire: CSUs presidential search

‘People want a leader that comes in to inspire’: CSU’s presidential search

Allie Seibel, News Editor September 29, 2022

Colorado State University is currently searching for its 16th president after former President Joyce McConnell split ways with the university June 30. New presidential candidates will be recommended...

A championship coach: Becky Hammons trailblazing legacy

‘A championship coach’: Becky Hammon’s trailblazing legacy

Karsyn Lane, Sports Director September 29, 2022

A legend, pioneer and champion on any court, Becky Hammon continues creating a legacy much deeper than just a game. Prior to being the NBA's first female acting head coach and the league's first full-time...

Julissa Arce speaks about her experience immigrating from Mexico to the United States at Canvas Stadium

Julissa Arce talks American dream, rejecting assimilation

Ivy Secrest, Life and Culture Director September 29, 2022

On Sept. 20, bestselling author, businesswoman and immigration rights advocate Julissa Arce spoke to the Colorado State University community as a part of El Centro’s Latinx Heritage Month events.  One...

Horoscopes Sept. 26 through Oct. 1

Horoscopes Sept. 26 through Oct. 1

Cat Blouch, Staff Reporter September 29, 2022

Horoscopes can be applied to your sun, moon and rising signs. ARIES (March 21 - April 19) Be ready for drama in the workplace, Aries. You may be experiencing general dissatisfaction at your job,...

Photo Illustration of Whoody Melon, an indica dominant strain from Green Dragon Dispensary

Strain Review: Whoody Melon’s a mellow fellow

Paul Brull, Cannabis Director September 29, 2022

If you read last week’s edition of The Collegian, you’ll know I had an experience with a few edibles made from Green Dragon’s indica strain Whoody Melon. I’ve since returned to the strain and had...

A sweet new year’: Chabad at CSU hosts Rosh Hashanah dinner

A ‘sweet new year’: Chabad at CSU hosts Rosh Hashanah dinner

DJ Vicente, Staff Reporter September 28, 2022

On Sept. 25, in a sunset-lit room within the Fort Collins Senior Center, Rabbi Yerachmiel Gorelik gave a speech to his congregation to commence Sunday evening’s service preceding this year’s Rosh Hashanah...

Seriously: Its time to harvest CAM the Rams wool for profit

Seriously: It’s time to harvest CAM the Ram’s wool for profit

Michael Stella, Collegian Columnist September 28, 2022
CSU's live mascot CAM the Ram is a crowd favorite and beloved Rambouillet sheep. Imagine the profits to be made off his glorious wool.
Aggies fans celebrates free pizzas from Coach Hilbert

Faces of the fan base: The Outlaws of CSU

Kaden Porter, Staff Reporter September 28, 2022

Over the past year, the Outlaws of CSU have become a staple of the game day experience for anyone familiar with Colorado State University athletics.  The rowdy group of cowboy hat-wearing super fans...

Leroy Twarogowski and Marie Coté Twarogowski stand in the Meno House Gallery

Snow and chickens: Leroy Twarogowski’s art in retrospect

Ivy Secrest, Life and Culture Director September 27, 2022

Looking around Meno Home Studios, it is evident a lifetime of artistic development went into the curation of Leroy Twarogowski’s “In Retrospect” exhibition.  With a focus on family, the natural...

True, the youngest puppy in the Collar Scholars club at Colorado State University, rests in Emily Arnows arms during the meeting in the Andrew G. Clark Building at Colorado State University

Come meet the CSU Collar Scholars and their canine coworkers

Bella Eckburg, Opinion Director September 27, 2022
CSU's Collar Scholars club works as a puppy's first introduction to life as a service dog and teaches them nearly 30 important commands before seeing them through professional graduation and placement.
Guidelines for lower-risk cannabis use

Guidelines for lower-risk cannabis use

Grayson Acri, Staff Reporter September 27, 2022

Cannabis is often marketed and presented as a less problematic drug than its contemporaries, alcohol and tobacco. However, just like everything else in this world, there is a risk associated with cannabis...

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