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National expert on multicultural education to speak at CSU

An expert on multicultural education and teaching students with diverse backgrounds will speak at Colorado State University on Thursday, Sept. 18.

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Nico and Vinz, Mike Posner to perform at CSU

Nico & Vinz are selling out venues across the world, but at 8 p.m. Oct. 17, Colorado State University students can see these rising stars – along with Mike Posner – in their own backyard, at Moby Arena.

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Rams Sports Review Sept. 4-7

A recap of the Rams' recent sports action from CSURams.com. MG: Team effort propels Rams to third-place finish The Colorado State men’s golf team posted a third-place finish to open the 2014-15 season, as three Rams - senior Cameron Harrell, Read More

CSU and the Lincoln Center present Mother Falcon

Mother Falcon will appear on Friday, September 19, 7:30-9 p.m., as part of Colorado State University and the Lincoln Center’s Classical Convergence Series.

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Tune in to TEDMED – for free!

A partnership with TEDMED through Colorado State University’s Morgan Library allows CSU faculty, staff and students to access the talks to be presented in San Francisco and Washington, D.C., online, at no charge.

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Childhood friends play double bass, percussion

Bass faculty Forest Greenough teams up with childhood friend Darin Kamstra for an exciting and diverse evening of music for double bass and percussion.

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Organic edibles at farm market stand

The Student Sustainable Farm market offers a variety of vegetables from the student-run organic garden located on the south side of campus.

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Rams Sports Review July 7-13

A recap of the Rams’ recent sports action from CSURams.com. Colorado State announces 2013-14 student-athlete award recipients Colorado State Athletics announced Friday the recipients of the department’s annual awards for the 2013-14 season, recognizing six student-athletes for their outstanding contributions

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A Splendid Home for a World-Class Organ

In 1968, 25,000 pounds of intricately fashioned pipe organ parts and hundreds of board feet of solid oak casework were delivered to campus and installed in the Music Building. Several months later, the Casavant organ, replete with 2,096 pipes, 56-note

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