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2017 Singer of the Year competition set for Feb. 25

On Feb. 25, Colorado State University’s most talented undergraduate vocalists come together to compete to win the coveted title of “Singer of the Year” in the University’s 13th annual competition of the same name.

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Risk and Reward: Sean Connors, Third Coast Percussion play CSU March 1

Called “commandingly elegant” by the New York Times hardly draws a single thought of risk. Sounds of over 125 bells glide off walls at the hands of the quartet Third Coast Percussion, but there could have been silence if the quartet had not decided to embark on a full-time performance adventure four years ago.

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CSU hosts screening of ‘Midnight Ramble’ Feb. 28

In honor of Black History Month, on Tuesday, Feb. 28, the American West Program of CSU’s Public Lands History Center will present a screening of Midnight Ramble: Oscar Micheaux and the Story of the Black Film Industry.

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CSU’s amazing pipe organ featured in lecture

Joel Bacon presents the next President’s Community Lecture in the Organ Recital Hall of the UCA Feb. 28.

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Middle School Outreach Ensemble inspires next generation of teachers, students

Each week, the University Center for the Arts at Colorado State University is filled with local middle school students and music instructors eager to be part of something special: a community of learners who develop their expressive language through music in order to understand themselves in an ever-changing world.

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Celebrate creativity at CSU’s Art and Science Exhibition, through March 24

The 10th annual exhibition opens its doors to the CSU community on Feb. 21 at the Curfman Gallery in the Lory Student Center.

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CSU’s Capitol interns: A steady presence, and not just on Founders Day

Founders Day at the state Capitol is not just an opportunity for legislators to have breakfast with top CSU officials like President Tony Frank. It’s also a chance for them to mingle with a group of young people in a program unlike any other in the state: CSU students who serve as legislative interns.

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New VP Tobin excited to serve CSU and its supporters

Kim Tobin becomes Vice President for University Advancement July 1.

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Wind Symphony recognizes British conflict and composers Feb. 24

Throughout the 2016-17 school year, the Colorado State University Wind Symphony has honored active-duty and veteran military, police, fire and medical services at each of their performances, playing music that reflects on various world conflicts.

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First INTO CSU Pathway student graduates

Chelsea Tan earned two degrees, and looks to find a professional position in Hong Kong before applying to grad school.

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