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Inside ASCSU


The Associated Students of Colorado State University, otherwise known as ASCSU, are located on the bottom floor of the Lory Student Center. (Colin Shepherd | Collegian)

Inside ASCSU: Vice President Wise talks student fees

Baylee Lakey January 31, 2018

For Cole Wise, vice president of the Associated Students of Colorado State University, spring semester brings much more than classes, homework and exams, as he prepares to chair the Student Fee Advisory...

(Photo courtesy of ASCSU.)

ASCSU: Rams Take Care of Rams

ASCSU Board October 30, 2017

This semester members of our Colorado State University community have experienced various hate and bias-motivated incidents on campus. As every student at CSU is a member of the Associated Students...

First Amendment and the Principles of Community

ASCSU Board September 25, 2017

Dear Colorado State University Community: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the...

ASCSU Summer Months

Doug Hay August 30, 2017

Photo credit: Daniela Pineda Soracá

Inside ASCSU: The president is just like you

Christina Vessa February 2, 2017
Find out just how relatable your student body president is.
The ASCSU Senate Chambers in the Lory Student Center.

Inside ASCSU: Upcoming bills impacting representation in senate

Christina Vessa January 18, 2017
ASCSU senate will be voting on two bills that could impact the way students are represented in the body

Inside ASCSU: The Mike Lensky Story

Christina Vessa December 15, 2016
Does anyone know Mike Lensky?
ASCSU Senate Outreach Officer Isabel Brown with CAM the Ram. Photo credit: Isabel Brown

Inside ASCSU: Why senate is right for you

Christina Vessa December 7, 2016
Senate is much more than planning prom
Hanna Johnson, a sophomore political science major, is the Director of Environmental Affairs for ASCSU. Photo credit: Christina Vessa

Inside ASCSU: Where the grass is greener

Christina Vessa November 9, 2016
ASCSU Director of Environmental Affairs Hanna Johnson is making it her goal to prove that the grass is indeed greener at Colorado State University.
Michael Wells, ASCSU director of finance. Photo credit: Christina Vessa

Inside ASCSU: The man behind the money

Christina Vessa October 26, 2016
ASCSU's Director of Finance is passionate about more than just money
Josh Williams, ASCSUs Officer of Governmental Affairs is a third-year political science and economics student. Photo credit: Christina Vessa

Inside ASCSU: Campaign Season with the Officer of Governmental Affairs

Christina Vessa October 12, 2016
With the general election just weeks away, ASCSU's officer of governmental affairs talks initiatives, student voter registration and more
Homecoming float with banner reading Support Local Agriculture, Your Food Our Future from 1984/ Photo credit: University Archives and Special Collections

Inside ASCSU: Five Events to Participate in CSU’s 102nd Homecoming

Christina Vessa September 27, 2016
ASCSU is helping students "Capture the Moment" through brunch on the plaza, an official "CSU Day" and much more.
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