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Alex Hasenkamp

Alex Hasenkamp, Arts & Entertainment Director

Alex Hasenkamp is the new arts and entertainment director for The Collegian. Hasenkamp is a sophomore transfer student from the University of Oregon and is originally from Seattle. She has some prior experience in news writing from her high school but is new to the college paper scene.

She finds writing for arts and entertainment is a good tool to utilize in order to learn more about her new surroundings of Fort Collins. It is a great way to connect with people and find fun and artistic ways to spend her time. Hasenkamp thinks supporting your local artists is an important part of being involved in a community, and she will do her best to inform the CSU students of how they can best participate.

Hasenkamp started out as an art major her freshman year at UO, then switched to journalism and media communication for her second year. She hopes to continue working at The Collegian throughout college and hopefully get some journalism-related internships over the summer. She currently does not have a declared minor but is leaning toward pursuing one in French.

Career-wise, working for a newspaper after she graduates is not her top priority, but continuing to engage with some branch of journalism is her current plan.

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Recent Supreme Court decision leaves students at risk

Recent Supreme Court decision leaves students at risk

Alex Hasenkamp, Arts and Entertainment Editor
August 28, 2023
The University Center for the Arts under snow.

What’s new in the CSU theatre department this year?

Alex Hasenkamp, Arts and Entertainment Editor
August 21, 2023
A guide to the artsy side of CSU clubs

A guide to the artsy side of CSU clubs

Alex Hasenkamp, Arts and Entertainment Editor
July 28, 2023
Your guide to the Fort Collins 4th of July

Your guide to the Fort Collins 4th of July

Alex Hasenkamp, Arts and Entertainment Editor
July 3, 2023
Self-proclaimed Denver alternative hip-hop rapper Schama Noel speaks live on-air

Locally based rapper Schama Noel is on the rise to fame

Alex Hasenkamp, Arts and Entertainment Director
October 4, 2022
The exterior of the Avery House

Poudre Landmarks Foundation hosts 38th Historic Homes Tour

Alex Hasenkamp, Arts and Entertainment Director
September 20, 2022
A student who did not wish to be identified reads The Satanic Bible in front of a preacher on the Lory Student Center Plaza Aug. 30. What Im doing is trying to show this guy what it looks like to have something shoved in his face, they said. I dont genuinely worship Baphomet, Im just showing this guy nobody likes people coming up to you and going, Read my book, buy my shit, come to my church.

Christian preachers are back on campus with even more to say

Alex Hasenkamp, Arts and Entertainment Director
September 14, 2022
KRFC 88.9 Radio Fort Collins expands radio signal

KRFC 88.9 Radio Fort Collins expands radio signal

Alex Hasenkamp, Arts and Entertainment Director
September 8, 2022
10 songs to add to your fall playlist

10 songs to add to your fall playlist

Alex Hasenkamp, Arts and Entertainment Director
September 5, 2022
In the mood for a good spook? Check out these films

In the mood for a good spook? Check out these films

Alex Hasenkamp, Arts and Entertainment Director
August 29, 2022
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