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Artistic brain: Colorful neurons are CSU student’s inspiration for hand-dyed textile

Apparel design student Nogah Seidemann used a neurology experiment called Brainbow as inspiration for her hand-dyed textile showing in the 10th annual Art and Science Exhibition.

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She’s a hotshot: Sarah Whipple leads citizen science efforts

Sarah Whipple is an expert on insects after taking a leadership role in CSU-backed bioblitzes.

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Zookeeping is destiny for Carson Jones

As part of his master’s work at CSU, Jones is interning at Denver Zoo’s Toyota Elephant Passage.

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Students can register for Summer Session starting March 21

Registration for Summer Session opens at noon on March 21, and the first 1,000 students who show up for a kick-off celebration at the Lory Student Center get a free tank top.

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Bradley named CSU’s 2017 Singer of the Year

The finalists in the 2017 Singer of the Year competition, held on Feb. 25 in the Organ Recital Hall, really delivered on the promise of being some of the university’s best vocalists.

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Innovative competition puts CSU students in the spotlight

Students from across disciplines came together for a business design challenge that put their skills to the test to improve health and financial well-being.

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Emotionally powerful display features empty backpacks representing suicides

Send Silence Packing® – an emotionally powerful exhibit of over 1,000 backpacks representing the number of college students who die by suicide each year – will be on display at Colorado State University in the Education-Eddy lawn on Friday, March 31, from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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Whole fruit in dining centers adds to sustainability success

Starting in the spring semester, all whole fruit served in residential dining centers is organic and/or locally sourced.

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Friday is deadline to join 20 years of CSUnity

Friday is the last day to register for one of the University’s signature community service events in the spring, CSUnity.

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First-generation CSU veterinary student shows ‘This is what it looks like’

Inspired by her educational journey, Cindy Vaca volunteers for a community outreach program called Triunfo, helping Hispanic schoolchildren with homework and activities that boost knowledge in STEM.

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