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New Belgium Brewing Company is located off Linden St. and Buckingham St. (Clara Scholtz | Collegian)

New Belgium continues to support Wolverine Farm with feel-good flicks

Ty Davis September 2, 2019

To raise funds for Wolverine Farm Letterpress and Publick House, New Belgium Brewing Company screened "The Secret Life of Pets” Aug. 28 as the last night of their Summer Bike-In Cinema Series. New...

Corinne Watson, doing business as CoCo Hula Hoop Extraordinaire (left) hula hoops during the fairy act. She is the producer of A Midsummer Nights Fire Circus and owner of Spectra Circus Entertainment. She has been hula hooping since 2009 and differentiates herself professionally by adding fire to her hula hoop acts.  (Sara Graydon | Collegian)

Cirque du Fringe starts slow, gains energy

Ty Davis July 29, 2019

A traditional circus act is not something most people see every day– especially in Fort Collins. Luckily, The Fort Collins Fringe Festival presented Cirque du Fringe Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the...

Matt Mullins, co-curator of Juteback Productions and curator Randy Perkins hosted the 2018 Juteback Poetry Film Festival Friday night at the Wolverine Farm Letterpress and Publick house. Perkins is a filmmaker who began the poetry film festival in 2013 under the name Body Electric. The festival had over 200 international poetry film submissions this year. (Brooke Buchan | Collegian)

‘Déjà vu and other Strange Memory Experiences’ highlights psychological phenomena

Ty Davis July 15, 2019

Colorado State University professor of cognitive psychology Anne Cleary presented “Déjà vu and other Strange Memory Experiences” at the Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House Thursday afternoon,...

Hari Kondabolu jokes during his April 24, 2019 show in the LSC theater. Kondabolu is a renowned comedian and speaker whose jokes focus mainly on racism. This show was a part of APIDA Heritage Month at CSU. (Alyse Oxenford | Collegian)

Hari Kondabolu delivers serious comedy for APIDA Heritage Month

Ty Davis April 24, 2019

The Asian-Pacific American Cultural Center hosted comedian Hari Kondabolu Wednesday night in the Lory Student Center Theatre as part of their Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month, which...

Carson Block, the MC for the 2018 Fort Collins Book Fest, introducing the closing keynote speaker (Julia Trowbridge | Collegian)

Fort Collins Book Festival brings love for science, literature

Ty Davis October 22, 2018

Each year the Fort Collins Book Festival brings together the literary community in celebration of the city’s unique qualities. This past weekend, local organizations hosted the third annual Fort...

ACT Human Rights Film Festival kicks off with hard-hitting student short films

ACT Human Rights Film Festival kicks off with hard-hitting student short films

Ty Davis April 6, 2018

Thursday night in Colorado State University’s Eddy building was a place for enlightenment and inspiration.  The third annual ACT Human Rights Film Festival kicked off with a presentation of eight...

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