Studying COVID-19: CSU Biobank Researchers Hope To Answer Questions About 'Long Haulers'By collecting samples regularly from more than 100 participants, CSU researchers hope to one day use the data to better understand COVID-19 -- and why some people continue to have symptoms for months.
'Cases Are Skyrocketing': Larimer County Restricts Testing To People With SymptomsSome cities and counties are now focusing their efforts on those who currently have symptoms, rather than simply allowing a test to anyone at any time.
Niko Medved And CSU Agree To Extension Through 2025-2026 SeasonThe CSU Rams have reached a contract extension with men’s basketball head coach Niko Medved that will keep him in Fort Collins through the 2025-2026 season.
Snow And Smoke: New Photos Of CSU Mountain Campus Show Cameron Peak Fire Smoldering Despite Snow On The GroundEven with 15 inches of snow on the ground, the Cameron Peak Fire continues to put up smoke.
CSU Gets $75,000 Grant To Treat Pets With CancerThe grant will help people who can't afford cancer treatment for their pets -- and help students learn important skills.
CSU Moves Quarantined Students Off Campus As Wastewater Testing ContinuesColorado State University has resorted to housing more than 60 students off-campus as part of COVID-19 quarantines.
CSU Will Begin 2020 Football Season Against New Mexico On Oct. 24The revised schedule includes an eight-game slate that sees the Rams opening at home vs. New Mexico on October 24.
Under Quarantine: CSU Students Bunker Down In 2 Residence HallsSome CSU students are under a mandatory quarantine after wastewater testing revealed high levels of COVID-19 in the Braiden and Summit residence halls.
DU, School Of Mines Ranked Among Top 100 Universities By U.S. News & World ReportU.S. News & World Report released its 2021 list of best colleges and universities with two Colorado universities named in the top 100.
Big Changes For Colorado State University Students Returning To CampusWhile many parents express concerns with the safety of returning to on-campus living and learning amid a global pandemic, Colorado State University health officials are assuring the public they have taken major steps to limit the spread of COVID-19 during the school year.
Your Raw Sewage Is Helping Researchers Battle COVID-19Nearly 65% of Colorado’s population is being tested for COVID-19 -- and many don’t even realize they’re submitting samples.
CSU Football Players Call Out 'False Allegations' Amid Racism InvestigationColorado State University football players are throwing their support behind Coach Steve Addazio following an investigation into reported racism and verbal abuse.
CSU Pauses Football Activities Amid Allegations Of Racism & Verbal AbuseColorado State University is pausing all football activities while it investigates allegations of racism and verbal abuse.
Colorado State University Athletics Investigated For Coronavirus Reporting AllegationsColorado State president Joyce McConnell says she will launch an investigation into how the athletic department handled COVID-19 safety protocols.
Colorado State University To Detail Fall Semester Scenarios To Fort Collins City CouncilThe president of Colorado State University will brief the Fort Collins City Council on her plan for the fall semester.