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Homemade Popsicles Make For a Sweet Treat

Homemade Popsicles Make For a Sweet Treat

MBoltz April 11, 2018

Popsicles can be a reminder of fun summer days while hanging out with friends. They serve to keep people cool and as a sweet treat while helping to get all the fruits for the day. They bring memories...

A vanilla latte from Bindle. Photo credit: Mackenzie Boltz

Bindle Coffee makes the coffee decision easy

MBoltz April 4, 2018

Surrounded by restaurants and cute shops, Bindle Coffee is an aesthetic and homey coffee shop located in The Farmhouse at Jessup Farm Artisan Village. The menu at Bindle is very simple. They have their...

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What Teaching Style Is Best For You?

MBoltz February 22, 2018

Many Colorado State University students are curious about how teachers viewed their own classrooms and their perspectives they have on teaching. We interviewed three CSU professors about their experiences...

All the medicines and items that can help you get through your sickness. Photo credit: Mackenzie Boltz

Get Over Being Sick With These at Home Remedies

MBoltz February 15, 2018

Being sick in college is hard. Choosing rest over classes is impossible. Oftentimes, college schedules are so busy there is no time for sleep. This is why it is so important to take the necessary precautions...

Four Fun Alternatives to Valentine’s Day

Four Fun Alternatives to Valentine’s Day

MBoltz February 14, 2018

The pressure of Valentine's Day does not have to be a bad thing. To many couples, Valentine's Day is another day to celebrate the love they have for each other. However, the day does not just have to be...

Kelsey Spognardi showing off her latest LipSense beauty book. Photo credit: Mackenzie Boltz

Journey Into the Makeup Industry With CSU Freshman

MBoltz February 9, 2018

"When you're passionate about something, there's nothing or no one who can get in your way or stop you from achieving your dreams," Kelsey Spognardi said, a freshman psychology major at Colorado State...

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Finding Your Home Away From the Residence Halls

MBoltz January 30, 2018

Freshmen everywhere are on the hunt for housing. Here are a few things to consider while finding your new home. There are many different housing options for the next school year: apartment, house, condo,...

The yummy, unique donuts from Peace, Love and Little Donuts in their signature box. Photo credit: Mackenzie Boltz

The Ultimate Donut Guide: Peace, Love and Little Donuts

MBoltz November 10, 2017

Walking into Peace, Love and Little Donuts, you will be immersed into a cool, hippie vibe. The walls are decorated in vibrant colors and the employees are dressed in tie-dye to bring the theme together....

Changing Seasons Means Changing Wardrobes

Changing Seasons Means Changing Wardrobes

MBoltz November 1, 2017

With colder weather rolling it, it is time for a closet change. For many out of state students, they are experiencing the changing seasons for the first time. One of these students is Payton Atkins,...

People enjoying a wonderful day at a pumpkin patch in Fort Collins, Colorado. Photo credit: Mackenzie Boltz

Where You Can Get a Pumpkin in Fort Collins Before Halloween

MBoltz October 27, 2017

As students, we are always on the move and buzzing around Fort Collins. So it comes as no surprise that you might not always have time to do the things that you want. Even with Halloween quickly approaching,...

Trevor holds his princess Penny in his home, the Honors hall. Photo credit: Kelly Peterson

How Students Can Cope With Missing Their Dogs at Home

MBoltz October 26, 2017

College can be a stressful time: you have left your home, your parents, your friends and most importantly, your dog. Erin McMahon, a sophomore studying English at Colorado State University, is battling...

Painted Lady butterflies stopping by a garden bush for an afternoon nectar snack. Photo credit: Mackenzie Boltz

Abnormal Heavy Butterfly Migration Along Colorado’s Front Range

MBoltz October 24, 2017

On Oct. 3, a 70-mile wide mass was seen on the weather radar over the Denver area. It was thought to be a cloud-like pattern but ended up being a swarm of painted lady butterflies. The painted ladies...

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