Open forums scheduled Jan. 27-Feb. 4.
When his vehicle wrecked in East Africa on May 25, 2009, Joel Peters was on his way to administer first aid to fellow Marines injured by an accidental mortar explosion.
A research study at Colorado State University seeks girls ages 12-17 who have a family member with type 2 diabetes.
Hundreds of CSU and Fort Collins community members marched in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, Jan. 19.
CSU Day at the National Western Stock Show stands upon more than 100 years of tradition and partnership between the university and the stock show. Hundreds of alumni participated in the day by attending the rodeo, exploring Ag Adventure and spending time at the CSU booths.
Drinking a steaming hot cup of cocoa or a flavored latte during the frigid winter months can be just the thing to get you warmed up, but can also be a source of hidden calories. Choose your beverages wisely and be careful of added sugars and high calories. A nice hot cup of tea can keep you warm while being low in calories and providing many added health benefits.
There is nothing as cozy as sipping a steaming bowl of warm soup during the winter. A hearty soup made with a variety of vegetables, lean meats, or beans can be the main dish for any meal. Add whole grain crackers or bread to the side or perhaps fruit for dessert and you have a well balanced nutritious meal.
[caption id="attachment_9157" align="alignright" width="202"] Barbara Thiem[/caption] The music program at Colorado State University will present a cello/organ program and hidden treasures from the oboe during two Virtuoso Concert Series performances this month and next. The performances, on Jan. 26 and Feb. 3, will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Organ Recital Hall of the University Center for the Arts, 1400 Remington St. Tickets are $7 for CSU students, $1 for youth (under 18), and $12 for the public. Tickets are available at the University Center for the Arts (UCA) ticket office in the UCA lobby Monday through Friday, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. and 60 minutes prior to performances, by phone at 970-491-ARTS (2787), or online at www.CSUArtsTickets.com. Youth tickets must be purchased in person at the Ticket Office. Advance purchase is recommended to avoid at-the-door fees. The performances feature CSU faculty Barbara Thiem, cello, with Joel Bacon, organ; and CSU faculty member Gary Moody, oboe. Virtuoso Series Concert Barbara Thiem, Cello & Joel Bacon, Organ Monday, January 26 Having enjoyed successful collaborations in the past, Professors Thiem and Bacon present another program of cello and organ music through the centuries. Many pieces are written for this combination, but there will also be some transcriptions. [caption id="attachment_9161" align="alignright" width="191"] Gary Moody[/caption] Virtuoso Series Concert Digging through the Filing Cabinet (The Search for Hidden Treasures) Gary Moody, Oboe Tuesday, February 3 Moody says, "My mother would have asked, 'Why are you buying more music when you haven’t played the music you have?' A very good question, so for this recital, I went digging through my filing cabinet to find music I owned but had never actually played. In addition to finding many mis-filed, I found a number of treasures tucked away, waiting patiently to be performed. Which ones will finally see the light of day? Join us to find out." The University Center for the Arts at Colorado State University provides an enriched venue in which the study and practice of Art, Dance, Music, and Theatre are nurtured and sustained by building the skills and knowledge needed by future generations of arts professionals to become contributors to the essential vitality of our culture and society. For more information, visit UCA.Colostate.edu.