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Street Party Morphs Into Chaotic Scene In Fort Collins

A party-turned-riot made for a wild night for as many as 1000 people in a Fort Collins neighborhood just a few blocks west of Colorado State University’s campus

04/28/2013

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Fort Collins Police Use Tear Gas To Break Up Street Party

Fort Collins police say they used tear gas to disperse a large and noisy street party near the Colorado State University campus as some revelers threw bottles at officers.

04/28/2013

Horses at the CSU equine reproduction lab (credit: CBS)

CSU Celebrates Opening Of New Equine Lab

Colorado State University is celebrating the grand opening of a new lab designed for some of the most advanced research in the world on horses.

04/26/2013

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Report: Pot Sales Won’t Give Colorado Economy Big Boost

An analysis of Amendment 64 shows that legalizing and taxing marijuana will not lead to a windfall for Colorado.

04/24/2013

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CSU Cantaloupe Symposium Focuses On Safety

The listeria outbreak in Colorado cantaloupe was at the center of a food safety symposium at Colorado State University on Wednesday.

04/24/2013

The snowy scene on the Colorado State University campus on Wednesday. (credit: CBS)

CSU School Closing Decisions Have Some Students Upset

Some students at Colorado State University in Fort Collins say they aren’t happy with a decision by campus officials during this week’s heavy snowstorms in Northern Colorado.

04/18/2013

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Agriculture Not The Only Fashionable Major At CSU

Pause a moment and reflect on Colorado State University’s original moniker: Colorado Agricultural and Mechanical College, or Colorado A&M. At a university so steeped in ag tradition, visions of students in cowboy hats and Carhartts may come to mind.

04/13/2013

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CSU Proposes 9 Percent Tuition Increase

Colorado State University is proposing a nine percent tuition increase for next fall.

04/10/2013

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Grant Provides A Boost To Veterans Seeking Higher Education

A new $1.5 million grant is helping students injured in wars get reacclimated to college life.

04/06/2013

Nolan Doesken, a CSU state climatologist, shows off a device used by weather spotters. (credit: CBS)

CSU Climatologists Need Help Keeping An Eye On Moisture Levels

Climatologists at Colorado State University want some help in tracking what promises to be another dry summer.

04/02/2013

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