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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.
Seriously: LSC construction will soon reveal CAM-themed shrine, bakery

Seriously: LSC construction will soon reveal CAM-themed shrine, bakery

Bella Eckburg, Opinion Director September 13, 2022
There's a lot of construction happening on the north side of the LSC, and our reporters found the true end product: a new CAM-themed shrine and bakery.
Seriously: CSU reports 72% drop in email usage after Joyce McConnells departure

Seriously: CSU reports 72% drop in email usage after Joyce McConnell’s departure

Dylan Tusinski, Collegian Columnist September 5, 2022
CSU is to shut down its Outlook email server following former President Joyce McConnell's departure from the university.
Seriously: Collegian to add a missed connections column

Seriously: Collegian to add a missed connections column

Bella Eckburg, Opinion Director August 29, 2022
The Collegian has decided to take a heroic step toward bettering the future of journalism by helping you find the love of your life.
Seriously: CSU partners with Best Western as agents of chaos

Seriously: CSU partners with Best Western as agents of chaos

Bella Eckburg, Opinion Director August 23, 2022
150 Colorado State University first-year students are living in the Best Western University Inn following CSU's admission of more students than it could house. Thanks, CSU!
Seriously: 5 things to avoid as a 1st-year in college

Seriously: 5 things to avoid as a 1st-year in college

Cat Blouch, Collegian Columnist August 18, 2022
Being a first-year student can be full of cringe moments, so here are five things to avoid as a first-year on campus.

Seriously: Who wants to be the new CSU mascot?

Callum Burke, Collegian Columnist May 4, 2022
With mascot tryouts on the horizon, students considering putting on that CAM suit should stop and reevaluate their lives.
Seriously: CSU to give campus preachers honorary communication degrees

Seriously: CSU to give campus preachers honorary communication degrees

Bella Eckburg, Opinion Director May 1, 2022
As Colorado State University quickly approaches its spring 2022 graduation ceremony, the University made a monumental decision that exemplified its undying support for free speech on campus: issuing campus preachers honorary communication degrees.
Zeya Highley, a junior journalism student at Colorado State University, laughs at a temporary tattoo being done by Claire Roalson, a senior journalism student, April 15.

Seriously: Clarkchella? More like clout-chella. Get flexed on.

Michael Stella, Collegian Columnist April 19, 2022
Colorado State University has seen all kinds of parties in its 150-plus years of operation, but Clarkchella was truly a flex.
A CSU Surveillance Goose flies away from campus after being laid off due to having no students to watch amid the COVID-19 pandemic. (Smack Attackit | The Wake Up Slap)

Seriously: CSU film students strap cameras to campus geese with shocking results

Callum Burke, Collegian Columnist April 3, 2022
CSU film students are always looking for ways to set their department apart from others nationwide, and recently, they accomplished that goal.
After headphones were banned on campus, they now sit dormant on many students desks March 29. (Piratish Lambino)

April Fools: Headphones and earbuds banned at CSU starting April 1

Plain Rice, Pirate Columnist March 30, 2022
As of April 1, all forms of headphones and earbuds will be illegal on the Colorado State University campus.
Seriously: The 2022 Olympics were the greatest Olympics of all time

Seriously: The 2022 Olympics were the greatest Olympics of all time

JD Meltzner, Opinion Editor March 2, 2022
Between the scandals, the boycotts and the complaints from both viewers and athletes, it seems like the Beijing Olympics were a failure, but if you take a closer look, you'll see the greatness of the Games.
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