A Reflection

While the skills that I have gained through my introduction to journalism were gained with the expectation that I would become a better journalist, the skills that I have gained are also applicable to daily life. It seems odd that specific skills like giving interviews, conducting a long project, or writing to specific audiences wouldContinue reading “A Reflection”

Rafael Gamboa: Businessman, student and rancher.

A modern-day renaissance man, Rafael Gamboa can do it all. Through a tough balancing act, Rafael is a full-time college student at Colorado State University, works for his dad’s concrete company, and also does ranch work on school breaks.   Rafael’s story, while it is still being written, has been one of hard work and perseverance, both values that he wasContinue reading “Rafael Gamboa: Businessman, student and rancher.”

Some aspects of skiing during COVID-19 may be here to stay

After a long week of school, Brodie Sparrow packs up his ski equipment on a Friday night in preparation for a weekend of skiing.  “With COVID-19 and everything going on, there is not much to do around campus,” Sparrow, a college student at Colorado State University said. “Skiing has been a real highlight of theContinue reading “Some aspects of skiing during COVID-19 may be here to stay”

Colorado State University Alumni Center hosts tax event for young alumni

This past Tuesday, Feb. 16th the Colorado State University Alumni center hosted its second of six financial zoom sessions as part of their Young Alumni series. This event was focused on taxes.   The tax focused event was part of an informational series the Alumni center is producing called The Young Alumni Series. This series consistsContinue reading “Colorado State University Alumni Center hosts tax event for young alumni”