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Grad student creates social app for meeting new friends — in person

Social media is sometimes blamed for decreasing the amount of time people spend interacting in person. So a Colorado State University student has launched a new smartphone application, called SocialPing, to create more face-to-face interactions.

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Lake Street closed at stadium site Jan 23-Feb 17

Lake Street will be closed at the stadium site starting Monday, Jan. 23 through Friday, Feb. 17.

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Bill Ritter to highlight need for common ground, political courage in DC lecture

Ritter has received the John H. Chafee Memorial Award, which honors renowned leaders who “communicate the importance of science in environmental policy and decision making.”

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Vice President for Research to host Three-Minute Challenge

The second annual competition will be held Feb. 13 from noon-5 p.m. in the Lory Student Center.

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The Rockies are coming! The Rockies are coming!

The Colorado Rockies Caravan arrives Jan. 25 for a free campus event.

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Exploring intermittent fasting

Intermittent fasting continues to be a trendy topic, promoted by numerous books as the ultimate path to healing and weight loss. It may be more harmful than you realize.

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10 ways to connect with your partner daily

Couples can live together yet realize they hardly know what’s going on each other’s lives. Partners can see each other often through the day, yet at the end of the day, realize they haven’t made time for an adult conversation. Here are 10 ways to connect with your partner daily.

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How Africa can perform better in the new round of UN development goals

Efforts are underway to help tackle the biggest challenges in the world: climate change, poverty, diseases, energy crisis, food insecurity and water scarcity.

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Temple Grandin equine programming to begin in Denver, early 2017

A Temple Grandin Equine Center is planned as part of the National Western Center, but equine assisted therapies and activities (EAAT) – which are utilized for a wide range of health conditions and special challenges – will begin in Denver in early 2017.

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Student-built food dehydrator adds new dynamic for Todos Santos food producers

Hairik Honarchain, a Colorado State University student pursuing a Master of Agriculture degree, visited the CSU Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur in October as part of a College of Agricultural Sciences course. Building a food dehydrator was his focus.

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