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A protester in support of Palestine with their face covered by a shemagh holds a Palestinian flag behind their head during a protest outside the Colorado State Capitol building in Denver Colorado Nov.9.

Gallery: Free Palestine protest at Denver Capitol

Garrett Mogel and Milo Gladstein November 10, 2023

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‘Breaking the News’ emphasizes importance of diversity in journalism

‘Breaking the News’ emphasizes importance of diversity in journalism

McKenna Van Voris, Staff reporter October 29, 2023

The film “Breaking the News” was screened in the Lory Student Center Monday, Oct. 23, as one of the events at Colorado State University’s Symposium for Inclusive Excellence.  The film featured...

Visitantes caminando a lo largo de los muros del Castillo de los Moros sobre los campos en Sintra, Portugal el 10 de Abril.

Un Semestre a Través del Mar: Ser un Estudiante del Mundo

Samantha Nordstrom, photographer October 23, 2023

Nota del editor: Puedes leer la versión en ingles de este artículo aquí. La experiencia académica de un Ram en el extranjero por el programa Semester at Sea El viento fresco...

Colorado State University wide receiver Dylan Goffney (6) catches the ball and runs it into the endzone for a touchdown.

CSU drops late lead in crucial loss to UNLV

Ben Fairly, Sports Reporter October 22, 2023

After completing one of the most improbable comebacks in school history against Boise State, the Colorado State football team was poised to remain in the win column as they took on the UNLV Rebels at Allegiant...

Colorado State University community members watch a fireworks show on the Intramural Fields during Friday Night Lights Oct. 13

Gallery: Hoco Bonfire

October 17, 2023

Bio: Ayla Sanchez, news editor

Ayla Sanchez, News Editor October 3, 2023

Ayla “AJ” Sanchez is an editor for the news desk at The Collegian starting the fall semester of 2023. She hopes to bring accurate and positive news to The Collegian and get coverage on the things...

CSU, CU tackle opioid crisis; Colorado continues solutions

CSU, CU tackle opioid crisis; Colorado continues solutions

Ivy Secrest, Content Managing Editor September 13, 2023

Divided by mascots but united in state pride, Colorado State University and the University of Colorado Boulder have one common interest: The well-being of their cities.  In Colorado, the opioid crisis...

Fight back against mosquitoes with 5 FAQs

Fight back against mosquitoes with 5 FAQs

Jenn Dawson, Science Director September 2, 2023

It’s routine. Fort Collins is used to mosquito spraying and West Nile virus fears, but just like in the other seasons, climate change is making chaos out of our routines. Most of summer is behind us,...

Nick DeSalvo and Alex Silverhart hug each other after they are announced as this years president and vice president of the Associated Students of Colorado State University in the senate chambers April 5.

ASCSU’s ambitions for the upcoming school year

Samy Gentle, News Editor August 2, 2023

Most of Colorado State University’s students may have been on summer break for the past couple of months, but a certain group has remained hard at work: the Associated Students of Colorado State University. ASCSU...

CSU football uniforms need more flare

Damon Cook June 30, 2023

I want to start off by saying that anything green and gold with the Rams logo on it can’t look bad. However, these uniforms aren’t an upgrade from the previous ones, and they get rid of some of the...

New CSU football uniforms emphasize history, focus on details

Emma Askren, Sports Editor June 30, 2023

As soon as Colorado State University announced our football team was getting new uniforms, I can’t deny, I was excited. I always love looking at new jerseys, kits and uniforms, and to finally be able...

Recent history will tell you: CSU is a volleyball school

Braidon Nourse, Sports Editor May 2, 2023

In my estimation, Colorado State University is a volleyball school. Before I go into why, I want to first acknowledge the success of women’s sports at CSU, particularly women’s basketball and track...

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