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CSU’s ‘accidental museum director’ stepping down

Linny Frickman, director of the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art, is retiring after 29 years of shaping visual arts at CSU.

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CSU teacher and ultra-marathoner running for her son

Melissa Raguet-Schofield hoping to bring awareness to dyslexia – and a way to deal with it – by running 43 hard miles.

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Can you dig it? Archaeological site tours open to the public

Come join the fun at an upcoming archaeological dig site tour.

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CSU celebrates African beer vessel collection, special Maxline brew June 29

To help celebrate a newly arrived collection of African beer vessels, Colorado State University students not only contributed to a museum exhibition but also designed the label for a special Maxline brew that will be served at a June 29 reception honoring the collection.

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Incoming CSU student, Marine veteran competes on American Ninja Warrior

Before Dustin Fishman comes to Colorado State University in the fall, he will be one of the featured contestants on TV’s American Ninja Warrior, starting June 26.

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English Professor Camille Dungy releases collection of literary essays

CSU Professor of English Camille Dungy, an award-winning author of four full-length poetry collections and the editor of three poetry anthologies, released her first collection of literary essays, Guidebook to Relative Strangers: Journeys into Race, Motherhood, and History, on June 13.

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‘Collegian’ website receives national recognition — twice

Collegian.com, the website of The Rocky Mountain Collegian, was recently recognized in a pair of national student media competitions.

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Sociology degree helps alum succeed as Fort Collins deputy police chief

Assistant Chief Kevin Cronin, an 18-year member of the Fort Collins Police Department, grew up in a blue-collar, Irish family in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Poor and middle-income families need a better way than 529s to save for college

The real reason so few families use 529 plans, however, is that they don’t actually make college more affordable.

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Conducting ethnographic research — in gamers’ virtual worlds

Sometimes getting out into the field to conduct research is as easy as pressing a button.

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