• World's Oldest Penguin Visits CSU

    World's Oldest Penguin Visits CSU

    The world's oldest African penguin, a Pueblo Zoo resident named Tess, dove effortlessly into her pool on Tuesday and swam for the first time since Colorado State University veterinarians used specialized radiation to treat an aggressive form of skin cancer.

    Tess's Story

  • Holiday Fun in the Fort

    Holiday Fun in the Fort

    Those of us who stay in Fort Collins over the holidays are fortunate to have one of the ten best downtowns in the country with 80 restaurants, 70 shops, 26 art galleries, as well as numerous microbreweries, parks, and plazas.

    Check out some fun things to do over the holiday.

  • Rams Go Bowling

    Rams Go Bowling

    A former conference rivalry will be renewed this bowl season when the Rams face Utah in the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl on December 20 at Sam Boyd Stadium.

    Information, Tickets, Support

  • On-Campus Stadium Approved

    On-Campus Stadium Approved

    CSU's Board of Governors Approves President Tony Frank's recommendation to build an on-campus stadium. The journey to Friday's vote was nearly three years in length. It included numerous community, campus and alumni input opportunities. In the end, Frank was convinced that the potential benefits of building a multiuse stadium was in the best long-term interest of Colorado State.

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  • Strike up the Band!

    Strike up the Band!

    CSU's Marching Band, now a mighty force of 250, includes members from every college across campus and graduate students.

    Read their story, and watch Cadence No. 5 from the trombone's point of view.

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