Off-Campus Life, Neighborhood Services partnership a national model

CSU’s partnership with the City of Fort Collins is getting recognition across the country, most recently in a feature article in the Arizona Daily Sun.

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Cans helps feed Larimer County

CSU’s 28th annual Cans Around the Oval collected 47,470 pounds of food and $46,743 during this year’s effort.

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CSU volunteers assist elderly Fort Collins residents

Off-Campus Life at Colorado State University and the City of Fort Collins Neighborhood Services Office are teaming up for the 10th annual Fall Clean Up event. The event kicks off at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, and runs until 2 p.m.

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Pet Health: Vaccination prevents disease

Reduce your pet’s chance of getting a disease by knowing this vaccination information.

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Vets present ‘Coping with Colic in Horses’

Equine experts will answer questions about colic live in two separate G+ Hangouts.

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Wobbly kittens: Another reason to vaccinate

A vet student rescued two kittens from euthanasia and reminds people to vaccinate their pets – a critical step that would have prevented a brain disorder in the two kittens.

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Students help older adults navigate technology

CSU students volunteered at a technology workshop for older adults at the Fort Collins Senior Center on Sept. 17. Students from the Department of Human Development and Family Studies and the gerontology interdisciplinary studies minor lent their time and talent Read More

CSU institute harvests sustainable garden at Coors Field

CSU Institute for the Built Environment Executive Director Brian Dunbar, Aramark Director of Concessions at Coors Field Erik Henchmann, CSU horticulture graduate student Gary Gross and IBE intern Colin Day pose as they harvest produce at Coors Field’s sustainable garden Read More

Ear ye, ear ye, otitis is common in dogs

CSU veterinarian Dr. Jennifer Schissler Pendergraft provides signs to look for if you think your dog has ear inflammation.

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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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