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New stadium gets rave reviews at Community Open House

A crowd of more than 21,000 fans took advantage of the Community Open House to get a peek at CSU’s new stadium.

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Summer internship offers insight into the retail business

Michelle Petrie spent her summer working as an intern for HEYDAY, a popular Fort Collins-based women’s clothing store. Set to graduate this December, Petrie talked about her experiences with Colorado State’s apparel and merchandising program and her time with HEYDAY.

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CSU Youth Sport Camps get kids moving

Summer is a great time of year for kids to get outside and be active.

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MPH student explores innovative approaches to childhood nutrition

Anyone who has children or interacts with children knows that getting kids to eat a healthy and balanced diet is a huge feat.

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Recipe: Pineapple whip

This is a homemade creamy ice cream alternative that will cool you down on a hot summer day.

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7 places to find probiotics in food

While you may think of probiotics as a pill to swallow, you should first try to include foods rich in probiotics in your diet!

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Wdowik nutrition column: 5 tips for avoiding food-caused illness

Now is a great time to eat outside! But when planning your next barbecue, picnic or camping trip, be aware that summertime rates of food poisoning skyrocket. Warm weather provides the ideal opportunity for the bacteria in food to multiply and grow, so take care with these 5 tips for safe summer cooking.

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VIDEO: Work under way on student teaching brewery in Ramskeller

Work on the new student teaching brewery in the Lory Student Center is progressing nicely this summer.

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Gift supports occupational therapy fieldwork at CSU’s Early Childhood Center

Jo Karen “Jody” Werner (B.S., occupational therapy, ’70) and her husband Mike Werner (B.S., outdoor recreation, ’70) created the Jody Werner OT Clinical Education Scholarship to support occupational therapy students engaged in their final fieldwork experiences at CSU’s Early Childhood Center.

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New online graduate certificate courses available in nutrition sciences

This fall, the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition will offer the first of three new online courses for a Graduate Certificate in Nutrition Sciences.

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