As Superbowl LI between the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots approaches, football fans reflect on a season of intense competition, hard-fought battles and the tenacity of elite professional athletes.
Daily Archives: February 2, 2017
On Jan. 31, students in CSU’s School of Social Work had the opportunity to use what they’ve learned in the classroom about effecting change in public policy-making during the first department-sponsored Advocacy Day at the Colorado State Capitol.
Nathaniel Easley (B.A. history ’88, M.S. student affairs in higher education ’92) received the 2016 College of Health and Human Sciences Outstanding Alumnus Award, which honors outstanding alumni from the college.
The late Lt. Col. John Mosley, who broke down barriers to become an American hero, is being awarded the Founders Day Medal by CSU.
On Dec. 5, the Employee Appreciation Board recognized the Colorado State Forest Service Woodland Park District for their hard work, professionalism and synergy.
Holly Martin’s student-teaching semester last fall was probably more intense than that of her fellow teacher candidates in CSU’s School of Education.
If you’re looking to save a few calories on game day this weekend, try this healthier version of spinach and artichoke dip!