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This week in ASCSU: Women’s Caucus, lobbyist employment

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter September 15, 2023

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened Sept. 13 for the fourth session of the 53rd senate. The session began with a thorough presentation from Divest CSU, who updated senate on...

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This week in ASCSU: New Era Colorado, retention and recruitment officer

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter September 11, 2023

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened Sept. 6 for the third session of the 53rd senate. The session began with a presentation from youth civic engagement organization New Era...

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This week in ASCSU: Letter to City Council, committee chairs

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter September 1, 2023

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened Aug. 30 for the second session of the 53rd senate. To begin the session, President Nick DeSalvo presented to senate a letter drafted by...

Nick DeSalvo and Alex Silverhart hug each other after they are announced as this years president and vice president of the Associated Students of Colorado State University in the senate chambers April 5.

ASCSU’s ambitions for the upcoming school year

Samy Gentle, News Editor August 3, 2023

Most of Colorado State University’s students may have been on summer break for the past couple of months, but a certain group has remained hard at work: the Associated Students of Colorado State University. ASCSU...

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This week in ASCSU: Ratification of 53rd senate

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter May 4, 2023

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened May 3 for the first session of the 53rd senate. The 52nd senate ended with a special session in which Bills 5223, “BSOF Extra Funds,”...

The City Council meeting room at Fort Collins City Hall overflows with audience members before the council meeting begins April 4. A council member reportedly made a deal with the Associated Students of Colorado State University that if 200 or more Colorado State University students attended the council meeting, then she would put the citys controversial U+2 housing policy on the ballot for Fort Collins voters to decide its future.

ASCSU shifts strategy as fight against U+2 loses student engagement

Dylan Tusinski, Staff Reporter May 4, 2023
ASCSU said that if enough students came to their demonstration last month, U+2 would be put on the ballot. Instead, they issued an apology.
This week in ASCSU: Student fees, accessibility caucus

This week in ASCSU: Student fees, accessibility caucus

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter April 30, 2023

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened April 26 for the 28th and final session of the 52nd senate. The session began with a thorough presentation from Associate Executive Director...

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This week in ASCSU: Disabled student transportation, collaboration and diversity

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter April 25, 2023

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened April 19 for the 27th session of the 52nd senate. After three new senators were sworn into office, senate moved directly into confidence...

Fort Collins Mayor Pro Tem, Emily Francis and Colorado State University students listen to Fort Collins City Councilmember Kelly Ohlson at Monday nights roundtable event in Ballroom B at the Lory Student Center April 17. Kelly Ohlson has been an outspoken supporter of Fort Collins U+2 housing ordinance frequently bringing him into conflict with students seeking to repeal the ordinance. Monday night gave both students and Ohlson a chance to get to know each other outside of the contentious issue.

ASCSU hosts annual roundtable with FoCo City Council

Grant Coursey, Staff Reporter April 19, 2023

On Monday night, the Associated Students of Colorado State University showcased its annual roundtable event with the Fort Collins City Council. The event was designed to teach students how City Council...

Members of the Associated Students of Colorado State University listen to Speaker of the Senate Nick DeSalvo as the senate adjourns Jan 24.

This week in ASCSU: Sustainability, accessibility on campus

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter April 13, 2023

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened April 12 for the 26th session of the 52nd senate. The session began with Director of Governmental Affairs Evan Welch, Director of Health...

ASCSU Groome Transportation bill overspends allocated amount

ASCSU Groome Transportation bill overspends allocated amount

Piper Russell and Allie Seibel April 13, 2023

The 52nd senate of the Associated Students of Colorado State University passed Bill 5207, “Groome Transportation Act," on Nov. 30, 2022. The bill, written by ASCSU President Rob Long and Deputy...

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This week in ASCSU: Disabled student housing, transportation

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter April 7, 2023

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened April 5 for the 25th session of the 52nd senate. Senate resumed after the March 29 session was adjourned shortly after the session began,...

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