Journalism alumna Bonnie Ross credits her overwhelming success to the foundation of technical and communication skills gained from CSU.
Over the summer three CSU faculty members took a group of students to South Africa to help preserve the art, history and customs of an indigenous community.
John Morris is an economics alumnus from Fort Collins who has invented a new suspension system for wheelchairs — because he uses one.
An ethnic studies faculty member and his students have been getting out of the classroom and into a community that has seen its share of struggles in recent years — but a greater number of victories.
Assistant professor Emily Moore traveled to Alaska to document the preservation of totem poles and their significance within US history.
A CSU alumnus living with muscular dystrophy celebrated a birthday he never thought he would have by doing something he never thought he would do: skydive.
“Our goal is to have this make an impact,” Rasmussen said. “We want them to see that we are there not to point fingers at the issue, but to give hope.”
Communications studies senior and defensive lineman Justin Hansen doesn’t believe in barriers.
Colorado State University students gathered at the Lory Student Center Plaza on November 16 to show support for the students at the University of Missouri who are taking a stance against racism.
A CSU team collaborated to capture first-hand accounts of the 2013 Front Range flood.
This popular event will take place December 3rd and 5th.
In April 2016 the Department of Communication Studies will debut the inaugural, week-long Act Human Rights Film Festival.
Colorado State University’s Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures is being revitalized with a new name, new faces and new projects.
A retired CSU faculty member has donated about 700 books on Native American art and culture to the Ute Mountain Ute tribe in southern Colorado.
Economics faculty and students are assisting in the development of a federal center dedicated to improved disaster response and resilience.
CSU History professor Ann Little got a trip to Quebec and a chance to show off her French-Canadian knowledge on an episode of “Who Do You Think You Are?”
Colorado State University Dance presents the Dance Major Capstone Concert: Speak, Thrive, Be Alive on Friday, Dec. 11 and Saturday, Dec. 12.
The Celts and Iberos of indigenous Spain may have known about wine, but they grew wheat and barley, and they made beer. Beer and wine form a counterpoint. Wine belongs to the conqueror. Beer, so we are told, pertains to a lower class.
Languages, Literatures and Cultures has added two new cutting-edge faculty members, specializing in translation studies and Mexican cultural studies.
Colorado State University students now have yet another option for studying abroad, and it involves participating in one of the most famous pilgrimages in the world.
The popular CSU Marching Band will once again kick off the holiday season as they lead the way at the 41st annual 9News Parade of Lights in downtown Denver.
Blanche Hughes, Vice President for Division of Student Affairs, has been awarded CSU’s 2015 Distinguished Alumni Employee Award.
International Studies students had the opportunity to tour and learn more about the Posner Center in Denver.
Colorado State University sociology professor Jason Downing is actually a rock star.
Anthropology graduate student Sierra Method recently traveled to western China for a business development internship.
One student explains why living in another country is life-changing.
Center for Mountain and Plains Archaeology had an active summer, conducting archaeological research in a variety of ecosystems in central and northern Colorado.
In an effort to reach out to local high schools, the Department of Anthropology facilitated an Anthropology Day for Fossil Ridge High School students
Three Art and Art History students have been named finalists in a national art competition.
Eleven drawing concentration students spent a night in the studio during a 17-hour Bauhaus-inspired drawing marathon.
Playing video games is probably not most people’s first thought when the topic of a class project is brought up, but Dr. Robert Jordan is using it to tangibly connect his students to history.
Communication studies graduate students are standing out on campus.
Communication studies welcomes new faculty members, celebrates a promotion, and announces a retirement.
LEAP Institute for the Arts welcomes Visiting Scholar Dr. Gesa Birnkraut from Germany
Frank Teplin brings over 7 years of fundraising experience across the arts and sciences to the liberal arts team.
Six students from the School of Music, Theatre and Dance and the Department of Art and Art History gave visual, research, and/or performance presentations, with four students winning top prizes.
Over 50 students from the College of Liberal Arts participated in the annual Graduate Student Showcase on November 11th.