Jonna Marie Isaak, 42, of Fort Collins, died unexpectedly Sept. 17, at her home.
September is National Mushroom Month, a great time to learn about all things mushroom: their folklore, history, health benefits and, of course, nutrition.
The CSU Todos Santos Center is offering open houses each Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., to provide the community with an opportunity to learn more about the Center.
For hundreds of Colorado State University students, their college experience was highlighted by the rumble of a well-loved van, the buzz of debate in the House and Senate chambers, the camaraderie built in legislative offices, and the consistent support and lessons shared by John Straayer, political science professor and longtime leader of the Legislative Internship Program.
The 37th Homecoming 5K is changing course but maintaining its status as one of the area's top races.
The Women and Gender Collaborative is providing a two-year grant for a faculty-student mentoring program designed to encourage women to pursue advanced STEM careers and follow a path to become future leaders in their disciplines.
Colorado State University’s nationally ranked Department of Occupational Therapy has reached a milestone this summer with its first Ph.D. graduate to come out of the program.
In an effort to stress the importance of educating college students about fire safety, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper joined local leaders in Fort Collins last week to proclaim September as Campus Fire Safety Month.