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CSU alumna follows sustainable path in new textile business

Sustainability is playing an ever-increasing role in the field of textile design and merchandising, and one Colorado State University alumna is making a career out of it.

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Online HDFS grad working to change lives of children in Honduras

A degree in Human Development and Family Studies can lead to all kinds of career paths. For Austin South, who earned his bachelor’s degree online from Colorado State University, it led to enriching his work with the nonprofit organization Orphan Outreach.

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CSU faculty, alumnus named among top 100 influential people in OT

The American Occupational Therapy Association has named 100 Influential People to celebrate 100 years of history of the field — including four with CSU ties.

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Community Open House offers fans stadium sneak peek

Fans can get a sneak preview of the on-campus stadium at the Aug. 5 Community Open House.

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Gift supports expanded nutrition outreach, programming in new Health and Medical Center

The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center will be providing programming to the campus and community in an expanded space thanks to a transformational gift from Pat and Larry Kendall.

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Cooler than ever: School is Cool time is here

CSU’s iconic backpack program, School is Cool, is back for its 26th year.

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Frankly speaking, presidential-inspired gown now at Avenir

A student-designed, Pop Art-inspired ball gown made of recycled materials and embellished with President Tony Frank’s visage is a new addition to the Avenir Museum collection.

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Silk brocade jacket a new addition to the Avenir Museum collection

Longtime Avenir Museum supporter Sophia Aldrich recently donated a Chinese silk brocade jacket to the permanent collection. The jacket belonged to her mother Ai-Hwa Lucy Doe Lei 雷竇愛華 (1906-1977), for whom the Avenir Museum lobby is named, making this an exceptionally meaningful gift. 

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Personalized bricks being installed at on-campus stadium

Workers are busy placing nearly 5,000 personalized bricks outside the new on-campus stadium.

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Alumnus champions work-life balance as an MSW in child welfare

On paper, School of Social Work alumnus and combat veteran Alastair Johnson’s career change seems to be an about face: from British Army to child welfare case work. But for Johnson, who completed his M.S.W. in 2014, it was more of a gradual and logical evolution.

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