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Breaking: FoCo resident arrested in connection to indecent exposure investigation

Hannah Parcells, News Editor February 21, 2024

Fort Collins Police Services arrested 32-year-old Stephen Masalta early Tuesday, Feb. 20, in connection to multiple incidents of indecent exposure.  Masalta’s arrest comes as part of an investigation...

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This week in ASCSU: Accessibility report, off-campus housing

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter February 21, 2024

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened Feb. 14 for the 19th session of the 53rd senate. The session began with executive reports, in which President Nick DeSalvo updated senate...

Karrin Anderson, panel moderator of the Should there be age limits for politicians? discussion, introduces the next question.

CSU panel explores question of age limits for politicians

Hannah Parcells, News Editor February 21, 2024

With presidential primary elections already underway in many states and Super Tuesday — a day when over a dozen states, including Colorado, will hold their primaries — just around the corner, there...

Colorado State University’s Division of University Operations held an open forum panel on CSU’s incremental budget Feb 14.

CSU hosts open forum on incremental budget

Laila Shekarchian, Staff Reporter February 20, 2024

Recently, Colorado State University hosted a budget forum welcoming students and staff to engage in a part of a series of presentations regarding the university’s budget and financial plans. The event,...

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Benjamin Withers leaves CSU after 8 years as CLA dean

Laila Shekarchian, Staff Reporter February 19, 2024

Colorado State University is saying farewell this month to Benjamin Withers, the dean of the College of Liberal Arts. After eight years in the position, Withers has decided to begin a new chapter of...

The Colorado State University College of Business Dean, Beth Walker talks about receiving the prestigious Best Business School award by the Financial Times.

CSU College of Business makes Financial Times best business schools list

Gwendolynn Riddoch February 13, 2024

The Colorado State University College of Business was just named one of the best business schools by the Financial Times, demonstrating systemwide responsible business principles. The award was given...

Braxton Dietz, chief of staff of the Associated Students of Colorado State University, gives directions for the proceedings at the Day at the Capitol event Feb. 8. Around 50 students from Colorado State University attended to tour the state capitol and observe legislation.

CSU students visit Colorado Capitol, engage with government officials

Tyler Weatherwax, News Editor February 12, 2024

The Colorado Capitol saw Rams in the building as students visited Denver to advocate for their bill, meet with politicians and make change for Colorado college students. Associated Students of Colorado...

Izzy Burgess, a first-year political science student at Colorado University, testifies in front of the Colorado House of Representatives Finance Committee about HB24-1018 Feb. 8. The bill passed the committee by way of an 8-3 vote after nine CSU students testified.

Students testify on bill set to remove textbook taxes at state level

Allie Seibel, Editor in Chief February 12, 2024

Nine Colorado State University students testified in front of the Colorado House of Representatives Finance Committee on HB24-1018 — a bill that, if passed, would eliminate taxes on college textbooks...

The speaking podium of the ASCSU Senate Chamber.

This week in ASCSU: Term limits, budget reallocation

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter February 11, 2024

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened Feb. 7 for the 18th session of the 53rd senate. The meeting began with the ratification of the remaining members of the elections committee,...

A member of the Fort Collins community speaks about a ceasefire resolution at a Fort Collins City Council meeting Feb. 6.

Community unites, calls for ceasefire in Gaza at city council meeting

Aubree Miller, Staff Reporter February 8, 2024

With an unprecedented turnout of around 100 people, the Fort Collins City Council meeting Feb. 6 had an outpouring of community support surrounding a possible city resolution for a ceasefire in Gaza. The...

Jane Fonda advocates for climate-1st activism, encourages voters

Jane Fonda advocates for climate-1st activism, encourages voters

Ivy Secrest, Content Managing Editor February 5, 2024

Highlighted in Colorado State University’s thematic Year of Democracy, Jane Fonda used her time onstage to address key issues of patriarchy and climate change with CSU students in her conversation with...

President Nick DeSalvo talks about ASCSUs ability to make active changes at the Annual State of the Association Address.

ASCSU reflects, looks to future in State of the Association Address

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter February 5, 2024

The Associated Students of Colorado State University hosted their State of the Association event for the first time in the organization’s decadeslong history Jan. 31, beginning what organizers hope is...

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