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KCSU PROUDLY PRESENTS ISABEL BROWN LIVE IN STUDIO       On Wednesday, March 29th, the Rocky Mountain Review held a live interview with special guest Isabel Brown- candidate for ASCSU Speaker of the Senate. During the interview, we touch on her qualifications, proposed initiatives, and her desire to improve student government relations with the entirety of the CSU student body. According to her campaign Facebook page,...

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Friday, March 25th, the Student Center’s Grand Ballroom came alive for CSU’s very first student-run music showcase, Ramchella. Unlike past concerts held at CSU, this one was created by the Young Producer’s Organization (YPO), a student organization with a history of creative projects. This year they decided to take on a massive project highlighting a mix of genres with music groups including at least one current CSU student. Funding...

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Colorado State’s championship dreams — or at least bowl hopes — are still alive after defeating the Wyoming Cowboys 26-7 Saturday evening in Laramie, Wyoming. Without a doubt, this was a total team victory; all three phases played well enough to earn the victory and improve their overall record to 4-5. “Played like a team that was hungry,” said Rams head coach Mike Bobo after the 2015 Border War. “Defense played outstanding, did a...

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This is your weekly news roundup for the week of May 4th – May 8th, 2015. Mars, the company which is responsible for M&Ms, Snickers, and Twix, is encouraging less sugar intake. Despite being one of the biggest candy companies in the world, in the announcement Friday Mars said it supports government recommended sugar intakes. Those recommendations would be that consumers sugar intake should make up no more than 10% of their...

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Dorian Green poured in 26 points playing on a soar ankle and the Rams outrebounded the Tigers 36-18 as CSU notched a huge NCAA tournament victory with a 84-72 win at Rupp Arena. The Rams got off to a quick start and never looked back against a talented Missouri team who never lived up to expectations all season long and disappointed fans one more time. CSU shot 49 percent from the field, 50 percent from 3-point range, and hit 27-33...

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