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This week in ASCSU: BSOF, humanity and community

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter April 15, 2024

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened April 10 for the 26th session of the 53rd senate.  During executive reports, Director of Environmental Affairs Haydyn Deason reminded senate...

Speakers Allison Neswood and Jordan Dresser take questions from CSU students.

Indigenous Governance Traditions event connects democracy, sovereignty

Cadence Cardona, Staff Reporter April 15, 2024

Colorado State University’s Democracy Summit has begun, featuring compelling speakers, stories and engaging events open to students and the public. The Indigenous Governance Traditions: Native Nationhood,...

Former competitive swimmer for the University of Kentucky Riley Gaines speaks for CSUs student chapter of Turning Point USA April 3. There was nothing we could do as female athletes, Gaines said. I got to personally witness and really feel the effect that this infringement — or what I would call an injustice — had on myself and my teammates and competitors.

CSU TPUSA hosts Riley Gaines’ Reclaim Feminism event

Liv Sewell, Staff Reporter April 4, 2024

Former University of Kentucky swimmer Riley Gaines came to Colorado State University’s campus to give a talk at an event entitled Reclaim Feminism. The event was headed by The Riley Gaines Center...

Nick DeSalvo, Braxton Dietz win ASCSU president, VP

Nick DeSalvo, Braxton Dietz win ASCSU president, VP

Sam Hutton, ASCSU Reporter April 4, 2024

After three weeks of relentless campaigning, candidates in the Associated Students of Colorado State University elections gathered in the senate chambers to find out who will serve as president, vice president...

Courtesy of Brooke Schimmels with Colorado State University Photography

CSU announces transition to universitywide commencement format

Laila Shekarchian, Staff Reporter April 3, 2024

Colorado State University has announced plans to transition to a brand-new commencement format beginning in 2025. The university announced that it will begin hosting one universitywide commencement ceremony...

The speaking podium of the ASCSU Senate Chamber.

This week in ASCSU: Disabled student transportation

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter March 31, 2024

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened March 27 for the 24th session of the 53rd senate. The session began with executive reports, in which President Nick DeSalvo provided an...

ASCSU Speaker of the Senate Candidate Hayden Taylor talks about student government communication during the ASCSU Speaker of the Senate Debate.

ASCSU Elections: Speaker of senate candidates debate policy ahead of elections

Aubree Miller, Staff Reporter March 28, 2024

Editor’s Note: This article is part of The Collegian’s 2024 ASCSU elections coverage. Coverage will include profiles of each speaker of the senate, vice presidential and presidential candidate; debate...

ASCSU candidates wait to start the ASCSU Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates.

ASCSU Elections: ASCSU presidential debate intensifies campaign season

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter March 28, 2024

Editor’s Note: This article is part of The Collegian’s 2024 ASCSU elections coverage. Coverage will include profiles of each speaker of the senate, vice presidential and presidential candidate; debate...

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New ranked voting system implemented for ASCSU elections

Tyler Weatherwax, News Editor March 28, 2024

For this year's Associated Students of Colorado State University elections, there will be a new system implemented: ranked choice voting. This new system will only be applied to the presidential and vice...

Colorado State University President Amy Parsons introduces a new question for the panel at the Conversation on the First Amendment and Higher Education panel.

Amy Parsons, legal experts speak on 1st Amendment in higher education

Hannah Parcells and Allie Seibel March 27, 2024

The First Amendment is a familiar subject of both general conversation and news headlines in today's societal climate of political polarization and the influence of the digital age. It can often seem like...

LFTE: Yes, you should care about ASCSU elections, local democracy

LFTE: Yes, you should care about ASCSU elections, local democracy

Allie Seibel, Editor in Chief March 25, 2024
Dear readers: "Democracy" is a multi-faceted, complex word that oftentimes becomes a hot button in national politics. It can sometimes be seen as controversial, damaged or convoluted, but it is without a doubt a pillar of the decision-making process in our country, state, city and campus.
2024 Associated Students of Colorado State University vice presidential candidate Ava Ayala and presidential candidate Claudia Paraiso pose for a photo outside the Lory Student Center March 21.

ASCSU Elections: Meet presidential, VP candidates Claudia Paraiso, Ava Ayala

Riley Paling and Ivy Secrest March 25, 2024

Editor’s Note: This article is part of The Collegian's 2024 ASCSU elections coverage. Search 2024 ASCSU elections on collegian.com to see complete coverage of all other candidates. The Collegian sat...

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