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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

Trash Talk: 2022 Denver Broncos draft profile: Nik Bonitto

Trash Talk: 2022 Denver Broncos draft profile: Nik Bonitto

Chase Hontz, Collegian Columnist May 4, 2022

The 2022 NFL Draft certainly did not offer the same high level of intrigue for Denver Broncos fans as in years past. This is due to the fact that almost all of the Broncos’ premium picks for this year’s...

Bailey Shepherd poses for a portrait on the campus of Colorado State University.

Shepherd: Thank you — Bailey’s final recap

Bailey Shepherd, Sports Reporter May 4, 2022

Editor’s Note: Traditionally, graduating seniors working at The Collegian are given the chance to write a farewell note at the end of their tenure at CSU. Friends, the time has come. After three...

Tavian Brown (55) stands between plays Oct. 9. (Ryan Schmidt | The Collegian)

Hope Nepstad: CSU’s 1st female football assistant strength coach

Jack Taylor, Sports Reporter May 4, 2022

Colorado State University football is heading into a new era for the program after hiring head coach Jay Norvell. Norvell brings with him from the University of Nevada, Reno a majority of his coaching...

Senior Ren Bergeron stands in front of a stained glass window inside of Guggenheim Hall

Student turns trauma into empowerment through art, advocacy

Serena Bettis, Content Managing Editor May 4, 2022

A mural of a woman’s silhouette hangs on a wall in Simon Guggenheim Hall of Household Arts with the inscription “WATCH WHAT SHE CAN DO.” The woman, who wears a construction hat made out of a protractor,...

Colorado State University athletic director Joe Parker speaks at a press conference about Steve Addazio being fired from his position as football coach Dec. 2.

Q&A with Joe Parker on CSU’s newest NIL deal with The Brandr Group

Braidon Nourse, Sports Reporter May 3, 2022

Colorado State University just reached another milestone in the name, image and likeness space. CSU first reported April 12 that the school reached a group licensing agreement with The Brandr Group, a...

A sculpture sits in Old Town Square.

Sculpture in the Square highlights local artists

Ivy Secrest, Arts and Culture Reporter April 26, 2022

Fort Collins is home to a strong community of artists and creatives who have beautified the city in a unique and enduring fashion. Fort Collins Art Week strives to give these artists a collaborative, public...

The elms on The Oval sit barren March 6, 2021.

Woman-owned consulting firm partners with CSU program

Isabel Brown, News Reporter April 24, 2022

Colorado State University recently partnered with an entirely woman-owned consulting firm called Innovative Connections to assist in the firm’s ability to develop research of emotions, emotional intelligence...

(Graphic Illustration by Falyn Sebastian | The Collegian)

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...

Kinna Harkins pauses for a breath at Northside Aztlan Community Center skate park

FoCo Roller Derby presents 11th annual Skate-a-thon

Taylor Paumen, Sports Director April 20, 2022

The FoCo Roller Derby, a nonprofit athletics organization, is having a private Skate-a-thon April 25 to raise money for scholarships and fund the team. For some background on the organization, FoCo...

(Graphic illustration by Falyn Sebastian | The Collegian)

Beyond the game: Q&A With Chris Ferris of CSU Athletics

Kaden Porter, Guest Author April 13, 2022

Athletics, even at the collegiate level, is a business. Like a business, an athletic organization has a variety of important jobs behind the scenes that keep it moving forward. At Colorado State University,...

A flight of available ciders at Scrumpys in Old Town, Fort Collins

Beer Edition: Summit Hard Cider: Local craft drinks for the beer-adverse

Serena Bettis, Content Managing Editor April 11, 2022

Fort Collins: known for bikes, beer and the Colorado State University Rams.  The city has a lot more to offer than that, of course, but beer — and the model of a local craft brewery in particular...

Various beers sit on tap at the Ram Skeller located in the basement of the Lory Student Center April 8.

Beer Edition: Ramskeller is a celebration of student activism, beer at CSU

Samy Gentle, News Reporter April 10, 2022

Editor’s Note: Read the Spanish version of this article here. Throughout history, students turned to peaceful protest as a popular method of getting things done. Such was the case on Oct. 18, 1968,...

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