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Speaker to discuss role of Liberia’s soldiers in Ebola fight

Next month Colorado State University will get a glimpse into the fight that Liberia has waged against Ebola.

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Professor offers progressive arguments for reducing immigration

A Colorado State University faculty member’s new book shows that views on immigration don’t always break neatly along political lines: He uses progressive positions to argue for reducing immigration into the United States.

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Love these Oscar-nominated shorts

Free showing of all five films in the running for an Academy Award — including one by a CSU alum — on campus Feb. 13.

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SoGES discussions: Are Too Many People the Problem?

Two events on Feb. 11 feature anthropologist Jeffery McKee.

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NCAA honors CSU for efforts to increase diversity, inclusion

CSU honored by NCAA for efforts to increase diversity, foster an environment of inclusion.

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Music student on the move around the globe

An audition landed voice major Talia Fischer in a prestigious Italian language program for young singers. In the summer of 2014, she spent four weeks in Italy, then traveled to Hawaii for an internship with the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival.

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Giddy up and get a special discount on your tickets now

It’s time to dust your boots off and get ready for the Western extravaganza of the year! Save money now on tickets to the National Western Stock Show. Colorado State University has a long and storied connection to the National Western Stock Show – beginning with 600 students arriving with their livestock at the first Stock Show in 1906.

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Rising Communication Studies master’s program lands award

The following article was written by Carol Busch Colorado State’s Department of Communication Studies has been selected as a recipient of the National Communication Association’s 2014 Outstanding Master’s Degree Program Award. The honor, which is given by NCA’s Master’s Education

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Graduates share unique stories, overcome obstacles

Whether overcoming tremendous obstacles or achieving academic excellence, these outstanding Colorado State University fall 2014 graduates have accomplished major personal goals and are prepared to begin meaningful careers as future leaders in their communities.

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Graduates, celebrate! Commencement Dec. 19-20

Colorado State University will confer degrees on fall 2014 graduates at commencement ceremonies Dec. 19-20. College ceremonies and Army ROTC commissioning will recognize 1,426 undergraduate and 454 graduate students, including 71 doctoral students and 6 Army ROTC Commissionees at Colorado Read More