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The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

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Participants in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration march down Howes Street in Fort Collins, Colorado, Jan. 17.

‘A day of action’: MLK Jr. celebration inspires community

Katrina Leibee, Editor in Chief January 19, 2022

Editor's Note: Michael Giles is a sports reporter and photographer for The Collegian. The Colorado State University and Fort Collins communities gathered to remember Martin Luther King Jr. Jan. 17.  Community...

Colorado State University offers many options as majors as well as minors, but one of the most popular is Engineering. (Asia Kalcevic | Collegian)

CSU, community colleges open engineering transfer program

Piper Russell, News Reporter January 17, 2022

Colorado State University and the Colorado Community College System recently signed an agreement to partner on a new associate in engineering science degree. This degree is designed to help community college...

(Graphic illustration by Robbie Haynes | The Collegian)

CSU updates COVID-19 policies for the spring semester

Samy Gentle, News Reporter January 17, 2022

With the start of the spring semester, Colorado State University students and staff are returning to campus alongside the new omicron variant of the virus that causes COVID-19.   The omicron variant,...

(Graphic Illustration by Katrina Clasen | The Collegian)

CSU to require saliva screening regardless of vaccination status

Katrina Leibee, Editor in Chief January 3, 2022

Colorado State University's Pandemic Preparedness Team announced that all students, faculty and staff that will be returning to University grounds will be required to get a saliva screening before classes...

(Graphic illustration by Robbie Haynes | The Collegian)

CSU requiring COVID-19 vaccine boosters for spring 2022

Jordan Mahaffey, Reporter December 30, 2021

Colorado State University is requiring COVID-19 boosters for the spring semester, according to an email sent today by University President Joyce McConnell. Due to “persistently high numbers of hospitalizations...

Colorado State University students and staff unload the SkiSU bus in front of a ski resort and prepare for a full day on the mountain.

SkiSU, other organizations provide winter sport opportunities

Samy Gentle December 7, 2021
With the temperatures dropping and the winter season approaching, students at Colorado State University may want to start thinking about the upcoming ski season here in Northern Colorado. 
The former location of Hughes Stadium Aug. 24. (Devin Cornelius | Collegian)

Board of Governors approves plan to sell Hughes Stadium land

Noah Pasley, News Editor December 3, 2021

The Colorado State University System's Board of Governors voted Friday to approve a plan to sell the site of Hughes Stadium to the City of Fort Collins, according to a resolution from the board. The...

Members of the senate for the Associated Students of Colorado State University hold the first senate meeting of the fall semester Sept. 1. (Cat Blouch | The Collegian)

ASCSU hears new legislation on student funding, access, equity

Piper Russell, Reporter December 2, 2021

The Associated Students of Colorado State University met for their 13th session of the semester on Dec. 1. ASCSU discussed the open position of speaker pro tempore and heard two pieces of legislation. The...

People walk in front of The Warner College Michael Smith building Nov. 20.

American Geophysical Union nominates 4 CSU fellows

Isabel Brown, News Reporter November 30, 2021

The American Geophysical Union will honor four Colorado State University researchers in December. Richard Aster, V. Chandrasekar and Paul DeMott are 2021 fellows of the American Geophysical Union, a...

(Graphic Illustration by Christine Moore-Bonbright | The Collegian)

ASCSU aims to increase accommodations, mandate recorded lectures

Piper Russell November 18, 2021

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened for their 12th session of the semester Nov. 17. ASCSU ratified a new associate justice and elections manager and voted on five pieces of...

GLBTQQA Resource Center changed its name to Pride Resource Center (Christian Johnson I Collegian)

Pride Resource Center transitions to virtual-only services

Katrina Leibee November 16, 2021

Due to the impacts of COVID-19, the Pride Resource Center will provide services online only beginning Nov. 17. Currently, Larimer County has a high risk score for COVID-19, meaning there have been...

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