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100 years of Homecoming: Celebrate!

CSU will celebrate “100 Years of Homecoming” at its annual Homecoming and Family Weekend.

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CSU to honor swimming legend Van Dyken

CSU is honoring alumni and six-time Olympic champion Amy Van Dyken’s fighting spirit during its 100th Homecoming celebration, set for Oct. 13-18.

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Join in the fun at the homecoming parade

Be part of the biggest homecoming party in a century – join the parade! Entry applications for the Oct. 17 CSU Homecoming Parade are due by Oct. 9. CSU/education entries (K-12 and CSU students/organizations) are $100, while business/nonprofit/community group/other entries Read More

Orange is the new green Saturday

Come Saturday, all of the cool CSU Ram fans will be wearing orange as part of the annual Ag Day celebration. The Orange Out will be celebrated at both Hughes Stadium for football and Moby Arena for volleyball. Fans are Read More

Seats still available for Community Lecture Series on Tuesday

CSU's Lori Peek has worked with high school students in the Gulf Coast region, empowering them to help others following disasters. Can children and youth lead the way to recovery following catastrophic disasters? Programs put in place with the help Read More

Frank: CSU in better position than five years ago

Thanks to five years of building state-of-the-art facilities, a 13 percent increase in total faculty and a 51 percent boost in scholarship and need-based aid, Colorado State University has reached new heights — and is striving to be even better in the future.

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Join your friends for ‘Rams at the Rio’

Two Colorado institutions – Colorado State University and Rio Grande restaurants – are partnering to bring great football and great food and drinks together on game days.

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Gamers know grammar, and aren’t afraid to use it

Gamers use good grammar? Surprising as it might sound, that’s one the findings from studies of online gaming chat led by a CSU researcher. The studies found that millennials – notorious for misused language and sloppy typing – are actually

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