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First Korean Church of Fort Collins young adult bible study members Hyemi Woo (left) and Ebony Lee (right) eat kimchi-jigae, made by a church member, for dinner before starting their weekly bible study, March 23, 2022. (Anna von Pechmann | College Avenue Magazine)

Photo Story: Celebrating local APIDA community builders

Anna von Pechmann, Multimedia Editor April 27, 2022

Throughout this academic year, College Avenue has paid homage to old and new Fort Collins traditions and celebrated the rich agricultural and culinary atmosphere of the area. For our last print edition,...

person in dark hoodie playing a brightly painted piano in a Fort Collins parking garage

Public Art In Fort Collins Adds Color to the Dark Times

Sasha Beran-Huges April 29, 2021

When you first arrive in Old Town Fort Collins you’re greeted with bright colors intermingled with the red and grey buildings that line the streets. Murals can be seen everywhere as well as ornate utility...

Random numbers cover a circle with the word VOTE in the center

Colorado’s 2020 Election Explained in 9 Graphs

Samantha Ye November 25, 2020

We all know what Colorado voted for in the 2020 election but have we seen how Coloradans voted? Nine graphs from College Avenue show the different ways the state population cast their ballots this year...

Illustration by Meg Metzger-Seymour | College Avenue Magazine

The Red Flag Law as a Means of Suicide Prevention

Anna Dunn May 5, 2020

In February of 2018, a major change in gun control activism occurred. A school shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida led to the death of 17 people and injury of 17 more....

Coronavirus in Colorado: A Local Timeline of COVID-19

Coronavirus in Colorado: A Local Timeline of COVID-19

Samantha Ye March 30, 2020

Within two weeks of Colorado confirming its first case of COVID-19, Colorado State University axed a majority of its on-campus operations and moved all classes online, joining a tidal wave of institutions...

Racism at CSU: A Timeline of Events

Racism at CSU: A Timeline of Events

Samantha Ye October 14, 2019

Updated as of July 2020. | View the raw timeline here (best for mobile) When four Colorado State University freshmen posted a picture of themselves in blackface the fall of 2019, other students added...

a man stands with a tall saw

Axes and chainsaws: CSU Logging Team offers competition, life lessons

Guest Contributor April 26, 2019

By Austin Fleskes Long have people wondered: If a tree falls in the woods and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? Well, with the Colorado State University Logging Team around that question...

Climbers say their feet are the most important support when they are ascending. Trusting the legs can be the difference between falling and not falling. Photo credit: Kelly Peterson

CSU’s Rec Outdoor Program ‘Rocks On’

Kelly Peterson April 19, 2018

Colorado State University's Campus Recreation has an opportunity called the Outdoor Program which offers all sorts of training, day trips and week-long trips. Back-country skiing, snowshoeing, hikes...

The process starts with pulling inspiration from WGSN, a trend forecasting business provided for students that holds news, information, and fashion images for style industries to reference. Students then draw up 15-20 ideation sketches to be critiqued by the class. Photo credit: Alea Schmidt

Students Take On Sustainable Fashion for CSU’s Fashion Show

ASchmidt1 April 5, 2018

Copious stitches, countless sleepless nights and over 150 hours of work later, students of Colorado State University's Draping Design class have finally completed their mid-term projects. Taught by Kevin...

A young child raises his hand to a group of entertainers on stilts before the opening ceremonies of the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Manama, Bahrain. Photo by: Tony Villalobos May

Capturing Moments While on the Road

TVillalobos February 12, 2018

The photos you see here are not meant to be the most spectacular images ever seen. They are not meant to be technically perfect or life-changing. They are intended to stimulate the imagination. Whether...

The front steps of a classroom in Sin Chai village

Your Pics With African Children Do Not Make You Cultured

Lexi Elio January 29, 2018

“This one’s my favorite, where he’s pulling the wrapper over his face,” my travel companion gushes. She shows me the photos taken from our brief stop at a school while trekking through Sapa, Vietnam,...

Photo by Davis Bonner

Where To Ski Within Two Hours of Fort Collins

Jallen November 27, 2017

The time has come to put away your swimsuits and sunscreen in exchange for your puff jackets and snowboards. Colorado is home to some of the most renowned ski resorts, making it a popular hub for residents,...

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