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The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

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LTTE: The University is denying the genocide of Palestinians

Guest Author May 4, 2022
When CSU made the decision to host a Zionist advocate as a speaker, it affirmed its support of Zionism and denied the genocide of Palestinian people.
A man talks to a crowd of protesters.

GWOC, AAUP rally for better wages, an end to fees

Katrina Leibee, Editor in Chief May 4, 2022

The Graduate Workers Organizing Cooperative and the American Association of University Professors gathered outside the Colorado State University Administration Building May 3 to rally for better wages. The...

The Student Resolution Center located on lake street is an office in which students can report harassment related incidents.

Students frustrated with CSU conflict resolution processes

Katrina Leibee, Editor in Chief May 3, 2022

In March and April, Abby Weaver experienced multiple situations in her residence hall with a fellow resident that made her feel unsafe.  A male resident in her hall repeatedly made verbal threats...

Heaven Old Coyote puts a beaded feather piece in their hair at the Native American Cultural Centers 37th Annual Pow Wow, hosted by the American Indian Science and Engineering Society, in the Lory Student Center

Stella: CSU needs to show more appreciation for Native people

Michael Stella, Collegian Columnist May 3, 2022
While CSU often references the Land Acknowledgment, it does very little outside of the Native American Cultural Center to actually incorporate Native American representation and appreciation on campus.
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Tusinski: CSU students find the perfect way to protest campus preachers — comedy

Dylan Tusinski, Collegian Columnist May 3, 2022
Rather than engaging in shouting matches, bad-faith debates or ignoring campus preachers' hateful rhetoric altogether, the CSU community has responded with something they can't compete with: comedy.
Colorado State University graduates line up for the precession into Moby Arena before their graduation ceremony begins. CSU held the graduation ceremony for the College of Agricultural Sciences on May 12, 2018 at Moby Arena.  (Forrest Czarnecki | The Collegian)

McKissick: It’s OK to not have a 5-year plan post-graduation

Nathaniel McKissick, Collegian Columnist May 2, 2022
With the class of 2022's graduation just around the corner, seniors are faced with having to plan out the next step in their lives. Big decisions may be on the horizon, so try to remember it's OK to not have it all figured out yet.
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Henry: If there is any time to not take summer classes, this is it

Brendan Henry, Collegian Columnist May 1, 2022
Your mental health is just as important as your physical health, and with pandemic restrictions lifting, this may be the best summer to not take any classes.
Colorado State Universitys Tucker Myers competes in the mens triple jump April 23. Myers placed fourth in the competition.

CSU track and field breaks 2 school records, readies for championships

Braidon Nourse, Sports Reporter May 1, 2022

The Colorado State University track and field team took to the rubber for the last time this regular outdoor season at the Fresno State Invitational that took place at California State University, Fresno...

Colorado State head football coach Jay Norvell leads the participants of the Spring Youth Camp out of the tunnel April 23.

Meet the newest recruits of the Ram football team

Jack Taylor, Sports Reporter April 27, 2022

It's been a long time since Colorado State football fans have read a headline that brought them hope for a prosperous future for their football program. After three seasons of flirting with mediocrity...

Colorado State Rams play their spring game during green and gold weekend.

Rams football shows out in Green and Gold spring game

Braidon Nourse, Sports Reporter April 24, 2022

The new Colorado State University Rams football team was in action this weekend for the Green and Gold spring game. The intrasquad scrimmage was the conclusion of a weekend that consisted of tailgating,...

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CSU launches Parker Dewey micro-internship program

Piper Russell, News Reporter April 24, 2022

Colorado State University recently created a program with consulting firm Parker Dewey that will allow students to find micro-internships, which are "short-term, paid, professional" assignments, according...

Students sit outside the Women and Gender Advocacy Center. The WGAC offers support to survivors of relationship violence March 23.

WGAC to host keynote for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Jack Miller, News Reporter April 20, 2022

Colorado State University is hosting multiple events throughout the month of April for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Women and Gender Advocacy Center is putting on these events to increase recognition...

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