Mountain View graduate Alex Pannone hugs Language Arts teacher Matt Hall after his graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021, at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Alex Pannone hugs Language Arts teacher Matt Hall after his graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021, at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduates Charles Case and Kyle Collins hug after their graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021, at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduates Charles Case and Kyle Collins hug after their graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021, at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduates throw their caps into the air after their graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021, at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduates throw their caps into the air after their graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021, at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Alex Pannone leads the changing of the tassel during his graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021, at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Alex Pannone leads the changing of the tassel during his graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021, at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Julia Study hugs her twin Jessica Study during the school's graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Julia Study hugs her twin Jessica Study during the school's graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Grant Vander Hamm points to family members after receiving his diploma Saturday, May 29, 2021, at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Grant Vander Hamm points to family members after receiving his diploma Saturday, May 29, 2021, at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Corbin Reak hugs counselor Kelsey Rosten after receiving his diploma Saturday, May 29, 2021, at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Corbin Reak hugs counselor Kelsey Rosten after receiving his diploma Saturday, May 29, 2021, at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Isaih Masin waves to the audience at his graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021, at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Isaih Masin waves to the audience at his graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021, at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Jacob Sparks looks at his diploma during his graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Jacob Sparks looks at his diploma during his graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View Valedictorian Braden Bomgaars laughs at Assistant Principal Nathan Gurrini's speech during the graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View Valedictorian Braden Bomgaars laughs at Assistant Principal Nathan Gurrini's speech during the graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View Assistant Principal Nathan Gurrini speaks of the lessons high school students learn outside of class, including time management and responsibility, during the graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View Assistant Principal Nathan Gurrini speaks of the lessons high school students learn outside of class, including time management and responsibility, during the graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Thompson School District Superintendent Marc Schaffer speaks during Mountain View's graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Thompson School District Superintendent Marc Schaffer speaks during Mountain View's graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Eloise Nelson speaks of her class's resilience Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Eloise Nelson speaks of her class's resilience Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Cadence Dean applauds during the Valedictorian's Welcome speech at her graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Mountain View graduate Cadence Dean applauds during the Valedictorian's Welcome speech at her graduation ceremony Saturday, May 29, 2021 at Patterson Field in Loveland. (Michael Marquardt/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
A crowd gathers on Colorado State University's Intramural Fields during the Undie Run May 1. (The Collegian | May 2021)
A crowd gathers on Colorado State University's Intramural Fields during the Undie Run May 1. (The Collegian | May 2021)
People pose for a picture outside the Lory Student Center during the Undie Run May 1. (The Collegian | May 2021)
People pose for a picture outside the Lory Student Center during the Undie Run May 1. (The Collegian | May 2021)
A man climbs a light pole on Colorado State University's Intramural Fields during the Undie Run May 1. (The Collegian | May 2021)
A man climbs a light pole on Colorado State University's Intramural Fields during the Undie Run May 1. (The Collegian | May 2021)
A crowd gathers on Colorado State University's Intramural Fields during the Undie Run May 1. (The Collegian | May 2021)
A crowd gathers on Colorado State University's Intramural Fields during the Undie Run May 1. (The Collegian | May 2021)
Ben Nguyen speaks to the crowd outside the Colorado State Capitol during a protest March 27, before performing an original song about the pain of losing a loved one. Nguyen learned to play guitar during quarantine and came to the protest "to grieve... and to kind of share that vulnerability, and to... be with my community". (The Collegian | March 2021)
Ben Nguyen speaks to the crowd outside the Colorado State Capitol during a protest March 27, before performing an original song about the pain of losing a loved one. Nguyen learned to play guitar during quarantine and came to the protest "to grieve... and to kind of share that vulnerability, and to... be with my community". (The Collegian | March 2021)
A woman performs her poem, "Model Minority", outside the Colorado State Capitol March 27. The poem recounted her experiences growing up as a member of the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community. (The Collegian | March 2021)
A woman performs her poem, "Model Minority", outside the Colorado State Capitol March 27. The poem recounted her experiences growing up as a member of the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Benjamin Cheang holds a flag outside the Colorado State Capitol during a protest March 27. The protest featured speeches, poetry, and music from the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Benjamin Cheang holds a flag outside the Colorado State Capitol during a protest March 27. The protest featured speeches, poetry, and music from the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Protesters hold signs outside the Colorado State Capitol March 27. The protest featured speeches, poetry, and music from the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community. (Michael Marquardt | The Collegian)
Protesters hold signs outside the Colorado State Capitol March 27. The protest featured speeches, poetry, and music from the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community. (Michael Marquardt | The Collegian)
Protesters gather outside the Colorado State Capitol March 27.  The protest featured speeches, poetry, and music from the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Protesters gather outside the Colorado State Capitol March 27. The protest featured speeches, poetry, and music from the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Protesters hold signs outside the Colorado State Capitol March 27. The protest featured speeches, poetry, and music from the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Protesters hold signs outside the Colorado State Capitol March 27. The protest featured speeches, poetry, and music from the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Colorado State University women's volleyball athletes celebrate after scoring on Boise State University March 25. CSU won 3-1. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Colorado State University women's volleyball athletes celebrate after scoring on Boise State University March 25. CSU won 3-1. (The Collegian | March 2021)
KCSU radio broadcasters sit in front of empty seats in Moby Arena during the Colorado State University versus Boise State University women's volleyball match March 25. (The Collegian | March 2021)
KCSU radio broadcasters sit in front of empty seats in Moby Arena during the Colorado State University versus Boise State University women's volleyball match March 25. (The Collegian | March 2021)
A lone spectator watches the Colorado State University versus Boise State University women's volleyball match in Moby Arena March 25. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, CSU sports have been played without spectators during the 2020-2021 school year. (The Collegian | March 2021)
A lone spectator watches the Colorado State University versus Boise State University women's volleyball match in Moby Arena March 25. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, CSU sports have been played without spectators during the 2020-2021 school year. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Boise State University Setter Danielle Boss (6) checks the ball before serving to Colorado State University March 25. CSU won 3-1. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Boise State University Setter Danielle Boss (6) checks the ball before serving to Colorado State University March 25. CSU won 3-1. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Colorado State University Setter Ciera Zimmerman (11) serves the ball during the game against Boise State University March 25. CSU won 3-1. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Colorado State University Setter Ciera Zimmerman (11) serves the ball during the game against Boise State University March 25. CSU won 3-1. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Colorado State University Middle Blocker Sasha Colombo (7) jumps for the ball during the game against Boise State University March 25. CSU won 3-1. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Colorado State University Middle Blocker Sasha Colombo (7) jumps for the ball during the game against Boise State University March 25. CSU won 3-1. (The Collegian | March 2021)
The Colorado State University women's volleyball team prepares to take the court against Boise State University at Moby Arena March 25. CSU won 3-1. (The Collegian | March 2021)
The Colorado State University women's volleyball team prepares to take the court against Boise State University at Moby Arena March 25. CSU won 3-1. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Audience members at the Buzz Brothers Blues Jam and Bonfire gather around the fire as the temperature drops after sunset. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Audience members at the Buzz Brothers Blues Jam and Bonfire gather around the fire as the temperature drops after sunset. (The Collegian | March 2021)
A woman records a video on her phone of artists performing at the Buzz Brothers Blues Jam and Bonfire at Fort Collins, Colorado's Lyric Cinema, Mar. 5. Weather permitting, the Blues Jam is planned as a weekly event and is free to attend. (The Collegian | March 2021)
A woman records a video on her phone of artists performing at the Buzz Brothers Blues Jam and Bonfire at Fort Collins, Colorado's Lyric Cinema, Mar. 5. Weather permitting, the Blues Jam is planned as a weekly event and is free to attend. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Howard Cunniffe performs at the Buzz Brothers Blues Jam and Bonfire at Fort Collins, Colorado's Lyric Cinema, Mar. 5. Cunniffe says he has been playing guitar for 20 years and wrote his first song in 2006. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Howard Cunniffe performs at the Buzz Brothers Blues Jam and Bonfire at Fort Collins, Colorado's Lyric Cinema, Mar. 5. Cunniffe says he has been playing guitar for 20 years and wrote his first song in 2006. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Fran Green, age 77, plays the harmonica at the Buzz Brothers Blues Jam and Bonfire at Fort Collins, Colorado's Lyric Cinema, Mar. 5. In addition to harmonica, Green is taking keyboard lessons and plays baritone ukelele. "I'm not good at any of them," she said, "but that's okay. It's fun. That's what counts." (The Collegian | March 2021)
Fran Green, age 77, plays the harmonica at the Buzz Brothers Blues Jam and Bonfire at Fort Collins, Colorado's Lyric Cinema, Mar. 5. In addition to harmonica, Green is taking keyboard lessons and plays baritone ukelele. "I'm not good at any of them," she said, "but that's okay. It's fun. That's what counts." (The Collegian | March 2021)
A sign outside The Lyric announces its "re-re-opening" March 5. As a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Lyric had to close its doors in January. (The Collegian | March 2021)
A sign outside The Lyric announces its "re-re-opening" March 5. As a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Lyric had to close its doors in January. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Outdoor dining tents at the Mishawaka Amphitheatre, with the ampitheatre's outdoor stage behind them. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mishawaka implemented these to ensure distance between patrons. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Outdoor dining tents at the Mishawaka Amphitheatre, with the ampitheatre's outdoor stage behind them. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mishawaka implemented these to ensure distance between patrons. (The Collegian | March 2021)
The Mishawaka Amphitheatre's stage, green room, and dance floor are seen on a clear morning. The Mishawaka is approximately forty miles from Fort Collins and can hold 1000 audience members for outdoor shows, or 200 for indoor shows. (The Collegian | March 2021)
The Mishawaka Amphitheatre's stage, green room, and dance floor are seen on a clear morning. The Mishawaka is approximately forty miles from Fort Collins and can hold 1000 audience members for outdoor shows, or 200 for indoor shows. (The Collegian | March 2021)
Blake Hill inserts a piece of aluminum into a milling machine's vise in Colorado State University's Engineering Manufacturing Education Center, Mar. 4. Hill says his favorite part of the Introduction to Manufacturing Processes class is "just being able to be in person and come back, and being able to work with my hands instead of sitting there with a pen and paper all the time." (The Collegian | March 2021)
Blake Hill inserts a piece of aluminum into a milling machine's vise in Colorado State University's Engineering Manufacturing Education Center, Mar. 4. Hill says his favorite part of the Introduction to Manufacturing Processes class is "just being able to be in person and come back, and being able to work with my hands instead of sitting there with a pen and paper all the time." (The Collegian | March 2021)
The main entrance to the Fort Collins Police Services building is seen on a cloudy morning shortly after sunrise. Fort Collins Police have recently created a new mental health response team. (The Collegian | February 2021)
The main entrance to the Fort Collins Police Services building is seen on a cloudy morning shortly after sunrise. Fort Collins Police have recently created a new mental health response team. (The Collegian | February 2021)
Adam Pearlstein sits in front of a Macbook Air, working on a project in Adobe Premiere Pro. "I'm just working on a part that would be difficult to show live", he said when asked to explain the purpose of this computer in relation to the Little Shop of Physics Live production. (The Collegian | February 2021)
Adam Pearlstein sits in front of a Macbook Air, working on a project in Adobe Premiere Pro. "I'm just working on a part that would be difficult to show live", he said when asked to explain the purpose of this computer in relation to the Little Shop of Physics Live production. (The Collegian | February 2021)
Connor Leftwich appears on the display of a thermal camera. "We usually use those cameras for exploring how thermal energy moves around, and for explaining what thermal energy is," said Leftwich when asked to explain their purpose. (The Collegian | February 2021)
Connor Leftwich appears on the display of a thermal camera. "We usually use those cameras for exploring how thermal energy moves around, and for explaining what thermal energy is," said Leftwich when asked to explain their purpose. (The Collegian | February 2021)
Adam Pearlstein films Emma Szalach's demonstration of using water to change the properties of a camera lens. By adding a drop of water on top of her iPhone's camera lens, Szalach was able to take macro images that would have otherwise been out of focus. (The Collegian | February 2021)
Adam Pearlstein films Emma Szalach's demonstration of using water to change the properties of a camera lens. By adding a drop of water on top of her iPhone's camera lens, Szalach was able to take macro images that would have otherwise been out of focus. (The Collegian | February 2021)
Maude Pointet uses a glass ball to create an image of a light bulb on a piece of poster board. Additional images were created on the ball. (The Collegian | February 2021)
Maude Pointet uses a glass ball to create an image of a light bulb on a piece of poster board. Additional images were created on the ball. (The Collegian | February 2021)
A model skeleton sits in an office chair in the Little Shop of Physics. (The Collegian | February 2021)
A model skeleton sits in an office chair in the Little Shop of Physics. (The Collegian | February 2021)
A double-walled glass with yellow food coloring added between its walls sits over a light bulb and is seen through a diffraction grating. The Little Shop of Physics used this to demonstrate how objects absorb varying colors of light. (The Collegian | February 2021)
A double-walled glass with yellow food coloring added between its walls sits over a light bulb and is seen through a diffraction grating. The Little Shop of Physics used this to demonstrate how objects absorb varying colors of light. (The Collegian | February 2021)
A sign near the entrance to the Colorado State University Global headquarters building in Aurora. (The Collegian | February 2021)
A sign near the entrance to the Colorado State University Global headquarters building in Aurora. (The Collegian | February 2021)
Colorado State University Global's headquarters in Aurora as seen from the southwest corner. (The Collegian | February 2021)
Colorado State University Global's headquarters in Aurora as seen from the southwest corner. (The Collegian | February 2021)
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