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Design and Merchandising students win scholarships, trip to the Big Apple

Six outstanding students from the Colorado State University Department of Design and Merchandising earned themselves a free trip to New York City, along with a $5,000 scholarship from the YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund.

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Holocaust Awareness Week features survivor of Auschwitz

Fanny Starr of Denver will share her firsthand experiences in Nazi concentration camps and her decades-long struggle against Holocaust denial.

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In memory: Courteney Ann Saeman

Courteney Ann Saeman was reunited with Our Lord in Heaven on Feb. 1, at the age of 21.

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First INTO CSU Pathway student graduates

Chelsea Tan earned two degrees, and looks to find a professional position in Hong Kong before applying to grad school.

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Wdowik nutrition column: Follow the DASH lifestyle for optimal health

If you are determined to make healthy lifestyle changes and need a little structure and guidance, look no further than DASH!

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Interview with Dr. Donald L. Piermattei, a giant in small animal orthopedics

In November 2015, about a year before his death, Dr. Piermattei discussed his career in veterinary medicine at Colorado State University.

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Drought education for Eastern Plains ranchers and land managers

Looming drought in 2017 is a concern in Eastern Colorado, affecting ranchers and land managers.

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Students explore construction management student clubs

Representatives from the 12 construction management student clubs plus members of the CM Board of Directors, which serves as the student club umbrella organization, gathered in the Industrial Sciences Lab in late January.

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How man’s best friend is helping cancer treatment

Comparative oncology researchers study the similarities between naturally occurring cancers in pets and cancers in people in order to provide clues to treat cancer more effectively.

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Finding common ground among western ranching interests

Diversification of practices and approaches to ranching throughout the West were issues at the Grass-Grazers-Families: Finding Common Ground workshop in Pueblo last fall.

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