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Enter the CSU Art & Science Exhibition by Feb. 1

Your talents are wanted for the annual Colorado State University Art & Science Exhibition. All students, faculty and staff are encouraged to enter.

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Opening reception launches new Gregory Allicar Museum of Art exhibitions

The Gregory Allicar Museum of Art at Colorado State University will present three new exhibitions during an opening reception on Thursday, Jan. 19, 5-7 p.m.

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School of Music, Theatre & Dance welcomes special guests from China

It is not often that someone has the opportunity to welcome guests from out of the country, but on Jan. 22, the School of Music, Theatre and Dance at CSU has that very privilege.

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Renowned Canadian Brass gives free master class for campus, community musicians

The School of Music, Theatre and Dance at Colorado State University hosts The Canadian Brass for a master class on Sunday, Jan. 29 at 10 a.m.

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CSU archaeologist featured on CBS program

An ancient, previously unknown city. A collection of priceless artifacts. Previously unexplored rain forest, featuring jaguars, deadly snakes and a flesh-eating disease with no cure. CSU archaeologist Chris Fisher has experienced all of these things – and much more –

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CSU alumna’s strides in PR field lead to national post

Alumna Jane Dvorak has made significant strides within the public relations field since graduating from Colorado State University.

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Yellen’s Fed faces a tricky rates dilemma in 2017 that may end up tripping up Trump

The important takeaway from the first interest rate hike of 2016 is that it’s not clear what the Fed will do next year.

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Josh Horner, College of Liberal Arts

Dual degree caps off college career; project about overcoming ADHD could become a book.

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CSU students provide Windsor with historical chronicle of churches, factory

A group of CSU graduate students recently gained professional experience in the art of going back in time by performing a historical analysis of churches and a sugar-beet factory in the town of Windsor.

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The Anthropocene is a nuclear epoch – so how can we survive it?

The fallout (both literal and figurative) from international nuclear weapons testing, nuclear energy and nuclear disasters are embedded in our environment, but also in our society.

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