CSU showcases student achievement

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May 022013

Author: Kelsey Peterson


The Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity showcase crowded the Lory Student Center Theatre at Colorado State University May 30. All CSU undergraduate students are encouraged to submit research or creative works that are then featured at the showcase and judged by three different judges. Students showed off their achievements and winners were awarded from the various events. For more information visit http://curc.colostate.edu/.

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Equine Reproduction Lab

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Apr 302013

Author: Keith Albertson


The grand opening for the Colorado State University Equine Reproduction Lab on April 26, 2013 was a celebration of the new building. It was built to replace the old one that burned down in July 2011. The new lab cost $3.6 million. The building is a tool for drawing more interest in CSU’s popular Equine Science Department.

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CTV Sports: April 29th, 2013

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Apr 292013

Author: Andrew Rodriguez

On the last CTV Sports for the Spring semester, we take a look at CSU mens baseball, lacrosse, and track and field.  We also talk about the NFL draft and Denver Nuggets.  Annie Dumbauld takes a look at the 7 day weather forecast.  And finally on In Case You Missed It, we take a look at some of the best sports moments from the last 4 years.

CTV Sports: April 22nd, 2013

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Apr 222013

Author: Andrew Rodriguez

Tonight on CTV Sports, we take a look at CSU track and field, men’s rugby, women’s tennis, and  football. We also take a look at the Denver nuggets and Rockies.  Annie Dumbauld talks about the weather forecast for the week.  On in case you missed it, we take a look at some fun soccer, baseball, and football videos.

CTV 11 News Thursday April 11, 2013

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Apr 112013

Author: Bree Hottinger


Sexual assault awareness week is observed on the CSU campus.  A member of the popular TV sitcom “Glee” appeared on campus this week–find out who.  ASCSU election results were announced last night–figure out who your next president and vice president of the student body will be.  Hurricane forecasting every year takes place somewhere closer to home than you may think, and CTV has the inside scoop on the science of this prediction.  Weather with Kelsey McCallister and sports with Sophie Vukovich.  All this and more with your Thursday night anchors Kelsey Peterson and Tom Mullen.

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ASCSU administration reflects on downfalls and achievements

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Apr 092013

Author: Lena Howland


With ASCSU elections winding down, a new Student Body President will be elected into office on Wednesday, April 10.

One year ago, Regina Martel was elected as the 2012-1013 ASCSU President.

While campaigning, her administration outlined 16 different goals in their Feasibility Report to complete throughout the year.

Overall, they successfully completed more than 50% of their goals including student forums, future construction on campus and keeping blue books free.

They fell short on creating a syllabi sharing website, improving Wi-Fi across campus and implementing a bike library.

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CTV Sports: March 8, 2013

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Apr 082013

Author: Andrew Rodriguez

Tonight on CTV Sport, we take a look at CSU golf and football.  We also have special guests from women’s lacrosse.  Ryan Hillman interviews Pierce Hornung.  Riley Adams looks at Colorado Rockies history.  On in case you missed it, we look at some fun basketball and football video.  Weather reporter Annie Dumbauld,  talks about the upcoming snow storm.

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CTV11 News Wednesday April 3, 2013

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Apr 032013

Author: Lena Howland


The cause of the Galena fire of mid-March has been discovered.  President Obama visits Colorado regarding the new gun laws in effect.  Sexual assault month is explored with its seminars on campus.  Entertainment with Christian Zamora, weather with Ashley Wallinger and sports with Ryan Greene.  All this and more with your CTV anchors McKenzie O’Keefe and Wayne Stafford.

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“Girl Rising” film inspires Fort Collins

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Apr 032013

Author: Kelsey Peterson


“Girl Rising,” a 10 x 10 film revealing the story of nine different girls from around the world, premiered in Fort Collins Monday, Apr.1 at AMC Cinema Saver 6. The documentary, directed by Academy Award nominee Richard Robbins, was written by nine celebrated writers from each girl’s country and narrated by nine renowned actresses. As posted on their website, “Girl Rising showcases the strength of the human spirit and the power of education to change the world.” In order to show in any area, a community must sell at least 100 tickets first. A group of Colorado State University graduate students involved in conservations leadership (CLTL) worked hard for the screening of “Girl Rising” in Fort Collins. After the film, Kari Grady Grossman, founder of Sustainable Schools International, spoke about the importance of worldwide education and the immense impact it can have, especially on girls. The premiere was sold out and a second screening is planned to show on Apr. 18. To purchase tickets visit http://gathr.us/screening/1785.

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Five Fort Collins boutiques that rock

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Apr 032013

Author: Michaela Koretko

Fort Collins is all about the trendy, quirky, funky, and chic. The small, locally owned boutiques help define Old Town and make it unique. Here are five of the must-visit boutiques in town:
GG Boutique
This boutique is young and fun, full of contemporary style apparel and accessories. It features clothing with bright colors and bold patterns in both casual and dressy styles.
Kansas City Kitty
This quirky store sells mostly clothing, featuring many locally made personal and home accessories. It receives new items two or three times a week, but only gets the same item in once.
Killer Rabbit
Named after the beast from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Killer Rabbit sells young men’s clothing, especially hats and plaid shirts. This is the only exclusively men’s boutique in Old Town, and currently features the mustache fad.
Repeat Boutique
Located just east of campus, Repeat Boutique sells gently used clothing, accessories, shoes, toys, and home decor. The styles they consign and sell are mostly trendy and retro.
White Balcony
This store is owned by the same people as Killer Rabbit. It has a large variety of odds and ends, from cards, journals and home accessories to clothing and accessories. One employee described the boutique as “a color-coded treasure hunt.”