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GoSkyhawks.com - 2 years 20 weeks ago
COLORADO SPRINGS – December 5, 2014 – The Fort Lewis College men's basketball team lead for more than 25 minutes at No. 8 University of Colorado Colorado Springs Friday night at the Gallogly Events Center, but the Mountain Lions would not relinquish the lead they took with 7:28 remaining in regulation, defeating the Skyhawks, 85-78.
- 2 years 20 weeks ago
WASHINGTON -- In this presidential city, one that measures job progress after just 90 days and checks in frequently thereafter, Nuggets coach Brian Shaw was asked to take the temperature of his tenure after 100 games. Shaw’s 100th game coached was Tuesday’s game against Portland. His biggest adjustment to being a head coach? “Understanding that it’s a [...]
Rocky Mountain Collegian - 2 years 20 weeks ago
The following are letters from the CSU Police Department and Student Legal Services in response to former SLS attorney Rob Lowrey’s resignation. Lowrey wrote in a letter to campus that he was resigning because “CSU police department’s so-called ‘bike cops’ violate the constitutional rights of our students.” Dear campus community, In recent weeks, our campus has had spirited conversation about...
GoSkyhawks.com - 2 years 20 weeks ago
COLORADO SPRINGS – December 5, 2014 – Solid shooting by University of Colorado Colorado Springs led the Mountain Lions to a 91-64 win over the Fort Lewis College Skyhawks Friday night at Gallogly Events Center.  The Skyhawks, playing their fourth road game of the season, move to 3-2 overall and 0-1 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.
Rocky Mountain Collegian - 2 years 20 weeks ago
This fictional column is based on the RamTalk: “Yes, we do miss the food trucks. Thanks for asking!” – Originally on Collegian.com. Early yesterday morning, a well-known species in Fort Collins was put on the endangered species list. The loved and respected creatures were abundant last semester and the semester before, but due to competition and the changing landscape, they have unfortunately...
Rocky Mountain Collegian - 2 years 20 weeks ago
The Morgan Library has extended its hours for the next three weeks to help students end the semester successfully. For questions about opening and closing times, reserving a study room, or utilizing all of the library’s resources, visit lib.colostate.edu.
Rocky Mountain Collegian - 2 years 20 weeks ago
Once upon a time, American culture was happy-go-lucky, perfect and innocent. There was absolutely no pre-marital sex to speak of anywhere, and all kisses lasted no more than 3.2 seconds. Everyone had a husband or a wife, a dog and three kids. American life must have been good, wholesome and perfect. Wrong. The innocent American Dream in the early 20th century was a fabrication; a result of...
CUBuffs.com - 2 years 20 weeks ago
The Colorado Buffaloes starting front court of Jen Reese, Haley Smith and Jamee Swan combined for 67 of 97 points, and Lexy Kresl scored the game's final six points from the free throw line as the Buffs defeated San Jose State in overtime, 97-89, Friday morning at the Coors Event Center.
CUBuffs.com - 2 years 20 weeks ago
Colorado-San Jose State Statistics
CUBuffs.com - 2 years 20 weeks ago
Colorado-San Jose State Statistics