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OT alumna advocates for children’s right to play around the world

When working with children, the creative world of play and learning is endless. Mandi Mills, a recent graduate of Colorado State University, discovered this during her travels to Sydney, Australia where she completed her final fieldwork for her master’s degree in occupational therapy.

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Deaf student trail-blazing her way to a chemistry degree

Evie Bangs was 5 years old when she started to lose her hearing. Now, she’s about to graduate from CSU.

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Saving the monkeyflower, exercise balls and other stories at CURC

On April 17, undergraduates from every college and discipline will showcase their work during Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity.

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Outstanding student designers recognized at CSU Fashion Show

The annual Colorado State University Fashion Show, presented by the Department of Design and Merchandising, showcased 14 collections created by graduating apparel design students.

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M.S.W. student zooms in on hunger awareness

Colorado State University social work student Mallory Andrews wants you to focus — literally — on food insecurity, and show what it really looks like to be hungry in your local community.

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I Love CSU Day countdown: History lives at the “A”

Painting the “A” has been a CSU tradition for decades, and just one of many reasons why “I Love CSU Day” exists.

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E-Days preview: Equipping surgeons for minimally invasive procedures

Biomedical engineering students are designing a training laparoscope with 30-degree tilt functionality.

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Megan Shaw jigs all the way to Dublin – and the Worlds

If Megan Shaw looks like she has a little jig in her step this spring, it’s because she does.

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Social Work students host ‘A Night for Women’ April 13

Students in Colorado State University’s School of Social Work are hosting a benefit to raise awareness about violence against women. “A Night for Women” will take place April 13 at 7 p.m. and will be held at the Colorado Room in downtown Fort Collins. Attendees are asked to bring one new toiletry item (shampoo, tampons, toilet paper, etc.) or $5 to be donated to the Crossroads Safehouse: Domestic Violence Shelter.

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Engineering Days: A culmination of education rooted in tradition

The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering’s annual E-Days event traces its history back to CSU’s earliest days.

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