If you are the dependent of someone who served as a Marine or Navy Corpsman who worked with Marines, you are eligible for a scholarship through the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation. An informational reception hosted by the Office of the …
Daily Archives: November 12, 2014
In an effort to educate students about a life-changing opportunity, CSU will host an Education Abroad Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 14, in the LSC Grand Ballroom.
This article was written by CK Kemp and Amy Quinn, Ph.D. students the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. The holidays are a fun time of celebration and meeting with loved ones. But they can also be times of …
The following article was written by Kimberly Burke, director of the Adult Fitness Program at CSU. As another beautiful fall season unwinds there are some ways to take advantage of the fall without feeling the effects of the approaching winter. …
The CSU Wind Symphony, continues its “Elements” season with the element of Earth on Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m. in the Griffin Concert Hall of the University Center for the Arts.
CSU professor Bryan Willson kicked off the final President’s Community Lecture Series event of 2014 with an anecdote about a recent trip to England.
Glen Dour of California JAZZ NOW Magazine expresses awe at Hanson’s musicianship: “The bassoon isn’t supposed to be able to be played so fast but Hanson did it, digging deep into the changes, combining awesome technique and precise articulation with hot fire.” Image by Craig Harris.
The CSU Employee Appreciation Board is seeking nominations to recognize well-deserving campus groups or units for their exceptional efforts, unique talents and for going above and beyond their daily duties.
CSU student parents with children enrolled at the Early Childhood Center rode on a float pulled by a truck driven by President Frank in the CSU Homecoming parade on Oct. 17.