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Halloween brings concerns about rainbow-colored fentanyl

Halloween brings concerns about rainbow-colored fentanyl

Alexander Wilson, Staff Reporter October 26, 2022

The Drug Enforcement Administration released a statement Aug. 30 warning about rainbow-colored fentanyl being used to target younger generations in America.  Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid labeled...

Eckburg: How to get the most out of your Homecoming weekend

Eckburg: How to get the most out of your Homecoming weekend

Bella Eckburg, Opinion Director October 12, 2022
Homecoming week is a time for Rams of the past and present to reunite and celebrate their Ramily in a week of fun and football.  Whether you’re hosting a tailgate and grilling some bratwursts or killing time before Saturday’s kickoff, Fort Collins has a lot of activities for you to give your visiting family the full FoCo tour. Here are five things you should know to make the most out of Colorado State University and Fort Collins’ Homecoming offers.
CSU football looks for Homecoming win against 2-4 Utah State

CSU football looks for Homecoming win against 2-4 Utah State

Kaden Porter, Staff Reporter October 12, 2022

After sneaking out of Reno, Nevada, with their first win of the season last week, Colorado State University football will try to stay undefeated in Mountain West Conference play when they host Utah State...

Photo Illustration of an indica dominant sugar wax, Gel Head

Strain Review: Gel Head — an appetizing, easy smoke

Taylor Paumen, Content Managing Editor October 12, 2022

As the leaves continue to change colors and fall to the ground, Coloradans know the first snowfall is just around the corner. The winter brings habits of staying inside and being warm while binging the...

CSU Homecoming & Family Weekend 2022 schedule

CSU Homecoming & Family Weekend 2022 schedule

Sam Hutton, Staff Reporter October 9, 2022

Colorado State University is hosting its annual Homecoming & Family Weekend beginning Oct. 13. The weekend encompasses activities for members of the CSU and Fort Collins communities and visitors. Below...

A Ram fans STATE bus sits next to the Colorado State University Intramural Fields during a tailgate that took place before the Homecoming game against San Jose State University Oct. 9, 2021.

Point of pride: Why do we celebrate homecoming at CSU?

DJ Vicente, Staff Reporter October 9, 2022

As the orange colors of autumn arrive to coat the Colorado State University campus, build-up for Homecoming begins. Students, parents and alumni will experience a weekend of CSU’s longest-standing...

Colorado State University Marching Band Tuba players march toward Canvas Stadium for the homecoming football game against the San Jose State University Spartans. CSU won the game 32-14 Oct. 9. (Garrett Mogel | The Collegian)

‘Keeping the tradition alive’: The Alumni Marching Band legacy

DJ Vicente, Staff Reporter October 9, 2022

With this year's Homecoming & Family Weekend swiftly approaching, students, staff, family and the Fort Collins community will experience some of Colorado State University’s finest festivities and...

People stand outside the Colorado State University Lory Student Center to watch the homecoming bonfire before the firework display and lighting of the A Oct. 8. (Garrett Mogel | The Collegian)

Homecoming is back: Carrying on beloved historical traditions

Emmalee Krieg, Staff Reporter October 9, 2022

Homecoming is back, and like many Colorado State University traditions, it's still going strong. After a not-so-conventional Homecoming in previous years due to COVID-19, staff and students alike are as...

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