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Rams learn bowl destination Sunday

The CSU football team soon will learn its destination for its fourth consecutive bowl game.

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Winter watering: keep those hoses ready

When Colorado weather is especially dry in the fall and early winter, watering season may not end just because your sprinklers are turned off.

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Record support, record donor numbers on Giving Tuesday

The CSU community once again has rallied to support its own.

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Why America’s labor unions are about to die

Trumps victory follows a straight line from the defeat of the Labor Reform Act of 1978 to the election of 2016.

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Connecting across the Americas

First One Health in the Americas Conference brings together people from Baffin Island to Tierra del Fuego.

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Study: Attending the symphony reverses cognitive decline in people with dementia

A program that delivers the gift of live classical music to people with dementia has been shown to have strikingly positive effects on mood, cognitive function and relationships.

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CSU slightly under-predicts relatively active 2016 Atlantic hurricane season

The Tropical Meteorology Project has summarized all tropical cyclone activity in the Atlantic basin during the 2016 hurricane season and has compared the project’s seasonal and two-week forecasts to what actually occurred.

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Two from CSU named to 40 Under Forty list

Audra Brickner and Jeremy Podany among NoCo’s best and brightest.

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Underpass at Prospect Road, Center Ave. opens

An underpass beneath Prospect Road at the intersection with Center Avenue is open, providing safe, easy access to campus for pedestrians and bike traffic

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A worldly profession: ColoradoSPH alumna follows career passions to India

In May 2016, Erin Prapas graduated from the Colorado School of Public Health at Colorado State University. In July, she and her husband took a one-way flight to India. In September, Erin contracted Dengue fever.

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