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Debating fairness: Laws restrict transgender athletes

Debating fairness: Laws restrict transgender athletes

Liv Sewell, Sports Reporter November 30, 2023

As athletes continue to shatter records and overcome stereotypes, this debate intensifies: Are transgender athletes working with an advantage or just trying to be themselves while playing the sport they...

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Kennedy McDowell carves path for LGBTQIA+ athletes in stalwart fashion

Damon Cook, Sports Editor November 28, 2023

For Kennedy McDowell on the Colorado State football team, his experience of being openly gay and playing Division I football has been nothing but a story of acceptance by the team. “Whatever you think...

Tracing the legacy: Womens rugby continues to make history

Tracing the legacy: Women’s rugby continues to make history

Liv Sewell, Staff Reporter November 9, 2023

History is heavily ingrained in Colorado State University's campus. To the untrained eye, CSU holds history in its records, such as the fastest 50-yard freestyle swim set by Amy Van Dyken or the school’s...

Eva Salm and Annabelle Thomas practice for the two buck event where they compete on how fast they can saw a cookie off of the log, while also keeping the width even Sept. 29.

CSU logging is defying gender norms

Will Engle, Staff Reporter October 4, 2023

It's no secret that logging, both as a profession and as a sport, has historically been a man's world. Even a simple Google search reveals the obvious stereotype. A search for "lumberjack" yields over...

Dream on 3: A look into the nonprofit coming to CSU Athletics

Dream on 3: A look into the nonprofit coming to CSU Athletics

Damon Cook , Sports Editor August 16, 2023

Dream on 3 is an organization dreamed up by Brandon Lindsey in 2012 to make sports-related dreams come true for children with life-altering conditions. This fall, the Colorado State University dream team...

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A newcomer’s guide to IM sports at CSU

Damon Cook, Sports Editor August 16, 2023

Intramural Sports are a big part of campus life at Colorado State University. Campus Recreation lists 39 different sports that are typically offered at some point during the year, ranging from five-on-five...

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Making use of summer break: Whitewater rafting

Emma Askren, Sports Editor August 5, 2023

Colorado is known for having a tourist industry that lasts the entire year. Between skiing, hiking and whitewater rafting, Colorado has a lot to offer for outdoor enthusiasts. From an early age, my...

The Colorado State University mens lacrosse team take a knee during an injury in the game against University of Colorado Boulder April 15.

CSU lacrosse falls in first round of RMLC tournament

Damon Cook, Staff Reporter April 30, 2023

The Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference championship finally rolled around with the Colorado State University men's lacrosse team taking on the Utah Valley University Wolverines in Canvas Stadium. The Rams...

The Colorado State University mens lacrosse team take a knee during an injury in the game against University of Colorado Boulder April 15.

Rams lax drops Rocky Mountain Showdown in crucial game

Damon Cook , Staff Reporter April 16, 2023

With the opportunity to move up in the season standings, the Rocky Mountain Showdown loomed large with some big implications between the Colorado State University Rams and University of Colorado Boulder...

Colorado State attackman Matthew Dowden (38) blocks midfielder Spencer Bishop (1) April 8.

CSU lacrosse escapes with victory over Utah

Damon Cook , Staff Reporter April 10, 2023

The Colorado State University Rams' lacrosse team battled the University of Utah Utes in a game that came down to the last shot. Despite the tense moment for the Rams, goalkeeper Charlie Bibaud made the...

Colorado High School Activities Association Commissioner Mike Krueger announces that Colorado State Universitys Canvas Stadium will be the host venue for the states high school football championship games starting next season, April 6.

CHSAA announces Canvas Stadium will host future high school football championships

Braidon Nourse, Sports Editor April 6, 2023

The Colorado High School Activities Association announced at a press conference Thursday that Canvas Stadium will be the new host of the 4A and 5A boys football championship games starting next season. Also,...

Colorado State University lifeguards Annie Scott and Paige Foster perform a simulated rescue on Megan Mullin during lifeguard audits at the CSU Recreation Center March 20.

Life of a lifeguard: Diving into safety at The Rec

Emma Askren, Sports Reporter March 28, 2023

Two loud whistle blasts were heard in the Colorado State University Recreation Center pool at 5 p.m. March 20. Following those two blasts, a lifeguard jumped into the pool to extricate an unconscious individual...

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