Outstanding Graduates


Kelly Weber, English  Distinction in Creativity, 1st place Near the small town of Royal, Nebraska, […]

Kyu Rim Kang, a doctoral student in occupation and rehabilitation science at Colorado State University, administers a test to B Sharp participant Hal Squier before the Fort Collins Symphony concert on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016. (Corey H. Jones/CPR News)

Awakening the mind with music

School of Music, Theatre and Dance

A CSU program shows that attending the symphony reverses cognitive decline in people with dementia. 

Outstanding Undergraduates

Communication Studies | English | Ethnic Studies | Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts | International Studies | Journalism and Media Communication | Languages, Literatures and Cultures

 Junior Molina-Nogal, Music Education & Teacher Licensure Nominated by Dan Goble & Erick Johnson Junior […]

Then I found Colorado State University


Economics major Laruen Bouman thanks donors for undergraduate scholarship.

The CSU Marching Band: longest-standing Ram tradition

School of Music, Theatre and Dance

Formed in 1901, CSU’s marching band is the longest-standing tradition, and has maintained it’s mission to represent the University, support our athletic teams, and entertain fans.

The Non-Traditional: More than just a student

Ethnic Studies | Sociology

Sociology and Ethnic Studies major Erica LeFehr discusses ups and downs of being a full-time student and a mom.

Larimer County Conservation bison herd at Soapstone Prairie.

The ‘welcoming back of a nation’


With the help of Dr. Jason LaBelle’s research, the CSU  community reflect upon the relationship between Native Americans and the bison prior to colonization.


Alumni acquire coffee shop, plan to hire people with disabilities

International Studies

CSU alumni Chelsi and Justin Wells celebrate their new ownership of Starry Night Espresso Café, where they plan to hire individuals with disabilities.


CSU center partners with National Park Service to provide historical scholarship


CSU’s Public Lands History Center has received new support that will allow it to partner with the National Park Service on an expanded number of large, complex research projects.


Czech Abroad: On the Building and Breaking Down of Walls

Ethnic Studies

So, like many American school children, I had heard many stories. Also like many American school children, I had never seen the wall.

Media strategist and Colorado State University Communication Studies alumnus Jim Vidakovich talks about plans for the ACT Human Rights Film Festival's future at a VIP reception, April 16, 2016.

TV strategist, alum Vidakovich joins ACT Human Rights Film Festival team

Communication Studies

Jim Vidakovich (’69, speech arts) has garnered a reputation as one of the top media strategists in Hollywood.


Overcoming Religious Divisiveness

Communication Studies

No other person on the campus of Colorado State University is more committed to interfaith dialogue among students than Elizabeth Sink.


Art students transfer tradition to South African mural on campus

Art and Art History

Colorado State University art students in an “Arts of Africa” class completed a project this fall in which they created a South Sotho mural out of soil, manure and tempera paint.