Rev. Tutu uses the challenges she faced growing up Black and female in apartheid South Africa to inspire her activism for human rights.
Daily Archives: March 22, 2021
Take a look back at 2020 on campus and some of the defining moments of life in the time of corona.
Todos Santos Center offers online Spanish classes for CSU employees, direct from Baja California Sur.
When President Joyce McConnell announced that all Colorado State University operations would be moving to a remote environment on March 23, 2020, no one knew how long it would last, and certainly no one expected we would be observing the one-year anniversary of the move.
Dr. Heather Pidcoke, chief medical research officer, battled follicular lymphoma during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Chubby Cat Bakery sells baked-to-order loaves of bread each week. There’s plenty of science behind the business born in quarantine.
Join the ‘Action in the Time of Crisis’ watch party for a recap of the work researchers have accomplished over the past year.
In March 2020, student workers joined forces with librarians to answer the flood of library-related questions from anxious students, instructors and researchers, and the partnership has been a resounding success.