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CSU hosts 63rd annual World Unity Fair

The Office of International Programs will host the 63rd annual World Unity Fair on Saturday, Nov. 5, in the Lory Student Center Ballrooms and Theater.

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ALEX® helps you make smart choices in selecting benefits

This is the time of year when we all remember how confusing it can be to choose the right benefits coverage. But CSU faculty, administrative professionals and non-classified staff will have a guide through the array of choices, and his name is ALEX®.

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Benefits fair, flu shots and more on Nov. 2

CSU faculty, administrative professionals and other non-classified staff enrolled in an Anthem health plan can receive a free flu shot, biometrics and lipid/glucose screening at the annual FITLife Health Fair Nov. 2, in the Lory Center Ballroom.

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Prepare your trees for winter

The Colorado State Forest Service provides tips to prepare urban trees for winter.

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Breast cancer survivors sought for CSU study

CSU researchers are looking for breast cancer survivors who have recently completed chemotherapy and/or radiation treatment to participate in a study comparing group exercise to personal training.

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Art students transfer tradition to South African mural on campus

Colorado State University art students in an “Arts of Africa” class completed a project this fall in which they created a South Sotho mural.

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Events mark Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month continues through November with a variety of events.

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Deep underground, smartphones can save miners’ lives

Communications can be greatly enhanced with software and hardware innovations used with commercially available smartphones and wireless network equipment.

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‘Ram Hack’ hackathon explores possibilities in virtual reality

The Office of the Vice President for Research and technology enthusiasts dedicated three days of events to exploring virtual reality and augmented reality.

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Ralph Opera Center presents Die Fledermaus in November

It is New Year’s Eve in 1899 Vienna, and a man stands outside an apartment serenading the love of his life.

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