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52nd ASCSU senate begins ratifications, elections

Piper Russell, News Reporter May 5, 2022

The 51st senate of the Associated Students of Colorado State University held an emergency session May 4 to hear the bill “Approval of the FY23 Student Fee Package.” 2021-22 Vice President Merry Gebretsadik...

The northeast residential wing of Newsom Hall at Colorado State University

Las residencias universitarias ven incidentes de sesgo, daños a la propiedad

Katrina Leibee and Michelle Rivera Garfio May 4, 2022

Nota del editor: Puedes leer la versión en ingles de este artículo aquí. Traducción de Michelle Rivera Garfio Los residentes de la Universidad Estatal de Colorado recibieron un correo...

A man talks to a crowd of protesters.

GWOC, AAUP rally for better wages, an end to fees

Katrina Leibee, Editor in Chief May 4, 2022

The Graduate Workers Organizing Cooperative and the American Association of University Professors gathered outside the Colorado State University Administration Building May 3 to rally for better wages. The...

Senior Ren Bergeron stands in front of a stained glass window inside of Guggenheim Hall

Student turns trauma into empowerment through art, advocacy

Serena Bettis, Content Managing Editor May 4, 2022

A mural of a woman’s silhouette hangs on a wall in Simon Guggenheim Hall of Household Arts with the inscription “WATCH WHAT SHE CAN DO.” The woman, who wears a construction hat made out of a protractor,...

The Student Resolution Center located on lake street is an office in which students can report harassment related incidents.

Students frustrated with CSU conflict resolution processes

Katrina Leibee, Editor in Chief May 3, 2022

In March and April, Abby Weaver experienced multiple situations in her residence hall with a fellow resident that made her feel unsafe.  A male resident in her hall repeatedly made verbal threats...

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CSU to replace eID with NetID this summer

Jack Miller, News Reporter May 2, 2022

Colorado State University plans to replace the current student eID system with a new system called NetID. This change is set to take place this upcoming July.  Kelly Poto works as an information security...

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Housing prices increase, CSU hopes to provide employee homes

Isabel Brown, News Reporter May 1, 2022

As housing prices increase along the Front Range, staff and faculty at Colorado State University are finding it harder to live near campus. In a study done by the Common Sense Institute, trends in housing...

Associated Students of Colorado State University President Christian Dykson gives his executive report at the weekly ASCSU meeting April 27.

ASCSU swears in new leaders, closes 51st senate

Piper Russell, News Reporter April 29, 2022

As the 51st senate of the Associated Students of Colorado State University came to a close, they passed new legislation, heard speeches from seniors and swore in the new president, vice president and speaker...

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State bill enacts roll-through laws for bikes, non-motor vehicles

Austria Cohn , News Reporter April 27, 2022

Bicyclists and people on electric scooters over 15 years old are now able to generally treat stop signs as yield signs and red lights as stop signs. Gov. Jared Polis signed House Bill 22-1028, known...

A sign featuring Smokey Bear warns drivers of a high fire danger in Poudre Canyon Sept. 1, 2019. Although fires are sometimes healthy for an ecosystem, it is often important to reduce the risk of them. (Ryan Schmidt | Collegian)

Rocky Mountain Region receives large fund to mitigate wildfire risk

Jack Miller, News Reporter April 27, 2022

The U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Region has recently received an $18.1 million dollar fund to protect regional areas deemed to be high risk for wildfires. The 20 largest fires in Colorado history...

Fort Collins City Hall is located at 300 Laporte Avenue Nov. 8, 2020.

Acceso Fort Collins es el lugar para todas tus preguntas y peticiones

Piper Russell and Florentino Aguilera April 26, 2022

Nota del editor: Puedes leer la versión en ingles de este artículo aquí. Traducción de Florentino Aguilera Acceso Fort Collins es una plataforma en línea que permite que los residentes...

The new Nutrien Agricultural Sciences Building was recently finished in the location of the previous Shepardson. The Nutrien Agricultural Sciences Building resides east of the Andrew G. Clark building April 5.

Now open, Nutrien Building is a commitment to ag education

Piper Russell, News Reporter April 26, 2022

Colorado State University’s new Nutrien Agricultural Sciences Building — formerly the Shepardson Hall Building — is up and running. Paula Mills, chief of staff and operations at the College of...

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