As the nation heads toward Thanksgiving and other winter holidays, talking politics with that loud uncle at the socially distanced family gathering may cause some anxiety.
Daily Archives: November 17, 2020
While there is much more work to do, CSU and Fort Collins community members don’t have to look far for inspiration on how to approach the work with inclusion and intention.
Of the many ballot issues this year, the most impactful measures for higher education were Amendments B and 77, Proposition 116, and Proposition 118.
There are many ways to look for the small wins in a losing campaign. If time is spent in reflection, those important wins might be discovered and may change your life.
“Take care of who you are. Take care of your identity, whether as teacher or researcher, employee or student. Take care of the passion and the expertise that brought you to CSU and that sustains you every day.”
“Our path forward must be less about winning or losing. Instead, we must focus on understanding.”
“Despite all that swirling negativity, I have incredible hope for our country. This is not because of who has been elected at any level within our government or any specific policy or initiative, but because of who we are as people, a nation, and as a larger collective when we come together.”