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Despite impressive third quarter, Rams fall short in home opener

Despite impressive third quarter, Rams fall short in home opener

Euan Peart, KCSU Sports September 19, 2022

On a cold September 10 afternoon in Fort Collins, Colorado State University Rams took a hard loss in their football home opener game at the Canvas Stadium against the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders, getting...

Suspect pulls knife on two CSU students, local oil and gas sites shut down

Suspect pulls knife on two CSU students, local oil and gas sites shut down

Kyra McKinley, Portia Cook, Reece Granger, News Directors August 30, 2022

In this episode of Rocky Mountain Review, Kyra McKinley goes over updates on a suspect who pulled a knife on two Colorado State University students. Portia Cook then covers local news, including updates...

Wildfire legislation in House, menthol cigarette manufacturing to cease

Wildfire legislation in House, menthol cigarette manufacturing to cease

Ellie Shannon, Kota Babcock, Portia Cook, News Directors May 5, 2022
This episode from May 5 goes over the implementation of NetID, wildfire prevention legislation and details on SpaceX.
CSU womens polo ends season riding high with dominant win

CSU women’s polo ends season riding high with dominant win

Jack Balsley, Assistant Sports Director March 30, 2022
The CSU women's polo team won a decisive victory against Montana State University at the home game Saturday March 26.
This episode from February 8 goes over an emissions leak in Fort Collins, Safer Internet Day and the Ahmaud Arbery federal trial.

Emissions leak in Fort Collins, staying safe online

Ellie Shannon, Kota Babcock, Portia Cook, News Directors February 8, 2022

Portia Cook goes over updates in Colorado State University campus news. Then, Cook explains how leaking water tanks caused pollution emissions north of Fort Collins. Kota Babcock goes over new updates...

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