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National Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Learn more, get help, be safe

Tune into any sports channel, and it doesn’t take long before someone is discussing the issue of domestic violence. Attention to recent incidents by sports stars has brought the term to the forefront, but domestic violence reaches far beyond the rich and famous.

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Homecoming 5K turns 35; early-bird registration ends Oct. 9

Colorado State University’s historic Oval will be alive with excitement on Oct. 17 as more than 2,000 participants take their marks at the 35th annual Homecoming 5K Race, and those who register by the early-bird deadline of 4 p.m. on Oct. 9 can save $10 on their entry fee.

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Wdowik column: What’s the deal with steel-cut oats?

You have probably heard of steel-cut oats and wondered if they are just another foodie trend, a much-hyped product soon to go the way of acai berries

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Dining with Diabetes cooking and nutrition classes open for enrollment

Dining with Diabetes returns in October with four weekly classes in the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center that combine nutrition information and social support with meal planning and hands-on cooking.

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CSU alumna Horrell named to key post in CU system

Dorothy Horrell, CSU alumna and member of the Board of Governors, has been named Chancellor of the University of Colorado-Denver.

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Engineering a solution: Training STEM teachers is focus of new CSU grant

“When the preparation of the next generation of STEM teachers is discussed in education circles, few think of engineering as a pathway to entering the teaching profession,” said Michael De Miranda, professor in Colorado State University’s School of Education and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

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Faculty, students do social work in India

In August 2015, Colorado State University social work students and faculty traveled to Maharashtra, a state in central India, where they were profoundly impacted by the people and sites they visited over the three week trip.

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Being a HERO: CSU, CU partner in $5 million childhood obesity prevention study

Researchers at Colorado State University and University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus are launching a new effort to fight obesity in at-risk populations — with a research team from throughout the West, including New Mexico State University.

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Walt and Mosley: Two of CSU’s greatest military heroes

Gen. Lewis Walt and Lt. Col. John Mosley — two former Rams football players who are among the most highly decorated veterans to attend CSU — will be honored Saturday.

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PCL Construction donates $100,000 to CM Cares program

PCL Construction has donated $100,000 to Colorado State University’s Construction Management (CM) Cares program.

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