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‘Green by Comparison’: CSU study finds job search envy can lead to resume fraud

Job seekers who stay in their search longer sometimes turn to destructive behavior due to envy, according to a Colorado State University study.

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Can you dig it? Archaeological site tours open to the public

Come join the fun at an upcoming archaeological dig site tour.

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Native American high schoolers get taste of college, STEM fields at CSU institute

Nearly 30 Native American students from Denver, Fort Collins and New Mexico got a hands-on taste of college life and possible careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics during the Native American STEM Institute at CSU last week.

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Slow Caves performing in Lagoon Summer Concert Series

The synth-punk band of CSU alumni will play June 28 at 6:30 p.m.

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Silk brocade jacket a new addition to the Avenir Museum collection

Longtime Avenir Museum supporter Sophia Aldrich recently donated a Chinese silk brocade jacket to the permanent collection. The jacket belonged to her mother Ai-Hwa Lucy Doe Lei 雷竇愛華 (1906-1977), for whom the Avenir Museum lobby is named, making this an exceptionally meaningful gift. 

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Personalized bricks being installed at on-campus stadium

Workers are busy placing nearly 5,000 personalized bricks outside the new on-campus stadium.

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Vandalized Danforth window restored, installed

This week, sunlight filters through the window once again, fully restored by the fifth generation of the family company that originally created it.

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Media Tip Sheet: CSU experts available to discuss variety of summer topics

Note to Reporters: Experts at Colorado State University can talk about a wide variety of summer subjects, from weather and wildfire to plant care and water science. The resources listed below are for reporter use only and not intended for publication. Read More

Amor Towles in town July 10 for an Evening with an Author

Free event at Hilton Fort Collins features best-selling writer of “A Gentleman in Moscow.”

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Summer camp teaches middle schoolers code, program design

Over the last five years, the Math in Action in Computer Science camp brought 57 Native American students to campus, where they learned about STEM careers and college life.

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