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Discussion on the problem of student debt

The Association of Graduate Economics here at CSU is hosting a discussion and is sponsoring a panel discussion titled, Paying for College: The Problem of Student Debt.

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Shock absorber: CSU research quantifies effectiveness of wheelchair suspension system

A Colorado State University business and research collaboration is helping to improve the lives and health of wheelchair users.

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2nd edition of ACT Human Rights Film Festival set for April 14-21

The second edition of the ACT Human Rights Film Festival opens Friday, April 14, at CSU’s Lory Student Center Theater.

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Six charts that illustrate the divide between rural and urban America

We’ve all heard of the great divide between life in rural and urban America. But what are the factors that contribute to these differences? We asked sociologists, economists, geographers and historians to describe the divide from different angles.

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Environmental Justice in the Anthropocene symposium April 24-25

The School of Global Environmental Sustainability’s Global Challenges Research Team is hosting a two-day symposium on environmental justice.

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Bradley named CSU’s 2017 Singer of the Year

The finalists in the 2017 Singer of the Year competition, held on Feb. 25 in the Organ Recital Hall, really delivered on the promise of being some of the university’s best vocalists.

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Research scientist Gillian Bowser lauded for commitment to diversity in science

Gillian Bowser will receive the Commitment to Human Diversity in Ecology Award from the Ecological Society of America.

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Rabbit revelry: An Aztec drunkfest that rivals St. Patrick’s Day

As the alcohol-infused celebration of St. Patrick’s Day approaches, a Colorado State University faculty member is researching another ancient festival that, while distant from Ireland, was also known for high levels of inebriated revelry.

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Women in Science workshop April 13

Registration is open for the Women in Science Workshop, which will be held Thursday, April 13.

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Then and now: ‘Rocky Mountain Collegian’ marks 125th birthday

The Collegian is the oldest continuously published college paper in Colorado and one of the oldest in the West.

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