COLORADO — About 1,000 copies of the Rocky Mountain Collegian went missing April 9, and fingers are being pointed at a team running for student leadership who were the subject of a critical article published the day before the thefts. The Collegian ran a story in its Monday edition that examined campaign spending discrepancies by… Continue reading In the midst of a student body presidential campaign, police are investigating trashed student newspapers
Colorado State University released Friday theformal agreement between the university and the Rocky Mountain Student MediaCorporation (SMC), a new nonprofit organization formed from CSU's former studentmedia department.
Colorado State University announcedTuesday that it will officially separate its student media organizations fromthe university, registering them as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
Colorado State University officials plan topresent a proposal next month to the university system's Board of Governors thatwould convert the school's entire student media department into an independentnonprofit corporation.
An advisory panel is considering a proposalthat would convert Colorado State University's entire student media departmentto an independent nonprofit corporation.
A Gannett spokeswoman said last week the media company wanted to buy Colorado State University's student paper but stopped communicating with the university after officials told the company in a Jan. 22 meeting that the paper was not for sale.