CSU In The News Archive

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January 01, 1900

Scott Denning, a professor in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at Colorado State University, said it’s been about 150 years since scientists first figured out that accumulating carbon dioxide in the atmosphere would trap heat and emit it back to …

RamRide could be expanding operations

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January 01, 1900

After initially stating that an expansion of RamRide –– CSU’s Thursday-through-Saturday safe ride program –– would not happen this year, student government officials said they are now looking at making the program bigger.

Rams rally for sweep of Aztecs

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January 01, 1900

After trailing by eight points at halftime Saturday, the Colorado State women’s team (14-15, 7-9 Mountain West) outscored San Diego State 40-17 in the second half and beat the Aztecs 66-51 at Moby Arena.

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January 01, 1900

Alex Vitale wasn’t in any danger when a 9.0 magnitude earthquake rocked the northeast coast of Japan, sending massive tsunamis toward shore. Vitale is studying TV news and video production at Colorado State University and arrived in Japan at the …

Update: campus open

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January 01, 1900

CSU’s campus will be open today with exception of classes held in buildings on the oval, according to a release from the Public Safety Team this morning.

Gains in Access, Less in Success

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January 01, 1900

He said it was particularly noteworthy that two systems, the University of Texas and Colorado State University Systems, have newly joined the Access to Success group.

Corridor funding to be announced

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January 01, 1900

Those scheduled to attend include Federal Transit Administrator Peter Rogoff, Mayor Karen Weitkunat, City Manager Darin Atteberry and Amy Parsons, vice president of University Operations at Colorado State University.

Officials: Boulder coyotes’ fate won’t be driven by public opinion

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January 01, 1900

“Any time you have public outcry, it creates a contentious environment that can certainly impact the management alternatives that are considered for the future,” said Tara Teel, an associate professor in the department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources at …