Route 6 goes from the Colorado State University Transit Center to Swallow Station via Mulberry Street and Taft Hill Road, and Route 7 goes from the CSU Transit Center to Rigden Farm via Shields Street and Drake Road.
Daily Archives: September 29, 2020
This virtual conversation, 10:30 a.m. Oct. 6, will touch on lessons learned in Kosovo about vibrant democracies and civic engagement.
Community leaders will provide the latest updates about COVID-19 in Fort Collins and Larimer County, including Colorado State University, during an online briefing on Oct. 1 at 6 p.m.
CSU faculty weigh in on how the practices of activism have been altered during the pandemic, what changes might be here to stay, and how to get involved responsibly.
CSU is focusing not on whether we can stop anyone from saying anything, but on how we can — through dialogue — solve hard problems, make big decisions, and shape our world.
I am personally committed to continuing to pushing forward in the work needed to engage with others to build not only a more just and inclusive CSU, but a more just and inclusive society.
The time is NOW for all of us to work for a more just and equitable world. For addressing injustices against one of us is the affirmation of freedoms for all of us.
Like CSU Pueblo, activism is not just what I do as President of this institution, it is who I am.
Being respectful and engaging with the intention of understanding different perspectives is an expectation in CSU Global online classrooms – and is a practice that can help drive more productive conversations.
The fact a public institution has to allow certain speech to occur does not mean that the institution condones the speech.