Student activism has played a significant role at Colorado State University over the decades, whether it was focused on national politics, civil rights, apartheid, recycling or social justice.
Daily Archives: October 20, 2020
Take a look at the history of voting on campus from the passage of the 26th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to the present day.
CSU undergraduates get a chance to see the inner workings of state legislative politics through semester-long internships at the Capitol in Denver, and the experience can be literally life-changing.
Watch CSU alumni sharing their experiences working on the frontlines of America’s political arena as journalists, lobbyists and lawyers.
CSU’s student participation in recent presidential elections exceeded other colleges and universities across the country.
Our voices, as college students, high school students, and even middle school students, can be heard. Loud and clear.