We Collegianites sit in the basement of the Lory Student Center typing away on our circa-1990s Apple computers until the wee hours of morning to make sure that you Rammies are informed.
CSU is ever-changing, and staying on top of whatâ€™s going on at the good oleâ€™ green and gold is important. Just in this past school year, the university had things go down â€“â€“ important things, my friend.
Who knows when CSU President Tony Frank will announce a big administrative change or when a new building will break ground? On a university campus, few things remain constant, and as a student you should be as involved as possible.
If you think weâ€™re missing something, let us know. Weâ€™re all ears. What matters to you matters to us. Send us a news tip to email@example.com or drop by Student Media in the basement of the LSC. Weâ€™ll be here with open arms.
Who knows when a student leader will take to the Stump on the LSC Plaza to voice his or her opinion about a recent going-ons? Yes, these things happen. And you wouldnâ€™t want to wake up one day and realize you missed everything, would you?
So, whatâ€™s our advice? Phew, we thought youâ€™d never ask.
Read the Collegian, check out TODAY@Colostate, watch the CSU Public Relationsâ€™ web page and keep your eyes peeled for interesting occurrences and people on campus, because what happens today could affect your tomorrow.