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Breaking news: Man with stab wounds found at CSU Health Center

Breaking news: Man with stab wounds found at CSU Health Center

Sam Hutton, News Editor June 18, 2024

Editor's Note: This is a breaking news story. Updates will be provided as they become available.  An unidentified male was discovered in a Colorado State University Health and Medical Center bathroom...

Gov. Jared Polis signs HB24-1007 on the west steps of the Colorado state Capitol building April 15. The opportunity for people to officially be on the lease gives them protections, Polis said during the signing ceremony.

El Gobernador Polis Firma Proyecto De Ley Que Prohíbe Límites A La Ocupación Residencial, Acabando Con U+2

Aubree Miller and Maritza Soto-Ojeda May 6, 2024

Nota del editor: Puedes leer la versión en ingles de este artículo aquí. Aquellos que se han opuesto al límite de ocupación de Fort Collins, típicamente conocido como U+2, finalmente pueden...

The speaking podium of the ASCSU Senate Chamber.

ASCSU president’s office attempts to postpone cabinet member’s ratification over statement criticizing DeSalvo

Hannah Parcells, News Editor May 4, 2024

Following a protest Wednesday, May 1, in the Associated Students of Colorado State University senate chambers in regard to President Nick DeSalvo’s decision to not sign Bill #5319, “The Humanity and...

The speaking podium of the ASCSU Senate Chamber.

ASCSU senate overrules DeSalvo, passes bill calling for ceasefire

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter May 4, 2024

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened May 3 for an emergency session of the 53rd senate.  As with the May 1 session, the gallery section was almost entirely occupied by protesters,...

Ella Smith, organizer for Students for Justice in Palestine, holds a sign in support of Bill #5402, a resubmission of the Humanity and Community Act that called a May 3 emergency Associated Students of Colorado State University senate session, May 1. The gallery input at the May 1 senate session was focused on President Nick DeSalvos pocket veto of Bill #5319 before the end of the 53rd senate.

This week in ASCSU: Calls for ceasefire, executive budget proposal

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter May 3, 2024

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened May 1 for the first session of the 54th senate.  The session began with protesters filling the gallery section of the senate chambers,...

Campus protests continue calling for ceasefire in Gaza

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter May 2, 2024

Editor's Note: This story has been updated to reflect ongoing protests at Colorado State University. It will be updated with ongoing details.  Protests against the ongoing Israel-Hamas war continued...

Protesters gather in front of the Administration building chanting, while three members of the Students for Justice in Palestine deliver a letter to the University of Colorado State’s leadership April 29.

Campus protest demands administration speak out on Palestine

Aubree Miller, Staff Reporter April 30, 2024

A crowd of students, faculty and community members showed up 1 p.m. April 29 in The Plaza for a protest calling for a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war along with other demands detailed in a letter...

Photo Illustration by Caden Proulx and Cait Mckinzie

This week in ASCSU: Humanity, community, student fees

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter April 29, 2024

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened April 24 for the 28th and final session of the 53rd senate.  Bill #5325, “Reamending Bill #5117,” was first on the agenda. The legislation...

Associated Students of Colorado State University Vice President Alex Silverhart and ASCSU intern Lauren Johnson pose with free emergency contraceptives on The Plaza April 24.

ASCSU reproductive health care initiative launches 1st phase on Plaza

Hannah Parcells, News Editor April 25, 2024

Students at Colorado State University had the opportunity to grab free emergency contraceptives Tuesday, April 23, and Wednesday, April 24, at The Plaza courtesy of the Associated Students of CSU. The...

The south entrance to Durward Hall March 12.

Durward Hall to be taken offline as renovations begin this summer

Aubree Miller, Staff Reporter April 25, 2024

Future Colorado State University Rams will not be able to call Durward Hall home — at least for a little while, as the building is currently slated to be remodeled. Renovations of Durward are set to...

Senator Michael Bennet and former Senator Cory Gardner speak at the Colorado State University event Building Bridges: Bipartisan Perspectives on Democracy, moderated by CSU President Amy Parsons April 22.

Sens. Bennet, Gardner discuss bipartisanship at CSU amid protests

Laila Shekarchian, Staff Reporter April 23, 2024

In an effort to promote bipartisan cooperation in political discussions, Colorado State University hosted a conversation with Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet and former Republican Sen. Cory Gardner, moderated...

A full audience listens to Alison Kafer speak at a lecture about reproductive ableism in the Lory Student Center April 18. I want us to think about how we need to make disability valued (and) make disabled people feel valued, Kafer said. Recognize their lives — our lives — as having futures so that abortion is no longer seen as a necessity. ... That will make it impossible, or at least much more difficult, for anti-abortion movements to weaponize or co-opt language of eugenics to do their work.

Feminist scholar visits CSU to discuss disability, reproductive justice

Aubree Miller, Staff Reporter April 22, 2024

Disability justice and reproductive justice may seem like separate issues, but they are greatly entwined with one another as illustrated by feminist scholar and author Alison Kafer. Kafer visited Colorado...

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