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“SpeakOut!” interns, volunteers help jailed writers bash stereotypes — with a pencil

CSU’s “SpeakOut!” program works through the Community Literacy Center of the College of Liberal Arts and the English Department to bring community literacy workshops to men and women incarcerated in the Larimer County jail, and to young people residing in local crisis centers

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School of Global Environmental Sustainability announces Global Challenges Research Teams, Resident Fellow Awards

The School of Global Environmental Sustainability has selected four Global Challenges Research Teams and six Research Fellows.

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Bestselling author David Shields visits CSU March 22-23

Bestselling author and culture critic David Shields will visit Colorado State University March 22-23 for a book reading and signing, as well as a screening of a James Franco-directed film based on one of his books.

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Workplace English classes available for CSU employees

Do you know an employee at CSU who would like to improve their English skills in speaking, reading and writing?

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Bestselling author Ethan Canin to speak at CSU Friday

Author Ethan Canin will read from his New York Times bestselling novel, A Doubter’s Almanac, on Friday, Jan. 27, at the University Center for the Arts.

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In memory: John Clark Pratt

John Clark Pratt – teacher, author, pilot, scholar, skier, fly fisherman, musician – died on Jan. 2 in Fort Collins.

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CSU faculty member holds event to improve firefighter safety

CSU faculty member Tim Amidon recently organized an event to help members of the United States Fire Service adjust their mindset when it comes to firefighter safety.

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Pulitzer-winning poet Pardlo to give public reading Thursday

Gregory Pardlo — a poet, writer and professor whose book Digest won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry — will be giving a free public reading at CSU on Thursday, Oct. 13

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CSU hosts discussion on the National Park experience for people of color

The National Park Service is celebrating its 100th birthday this year, and on Thursday a group of panelists at Colorado State University will take a hard look at the way people of color have experienced the National Parks.

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CSU English professor by day, LEGO enthusiast by night

Some people spend their free time reading, collecting stamps or looking for virtual Pokémon characters. Doug Cloud blocks out time to build LEGO creations.

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