The Marshall Fire looked like it would destroy every home in The Enclave neighborhood of Louisville. It nearly did. A pair of CSU alums and childhood friends went back to different situations the morning after the fire.
Daily Archives: February 11, 2022
In today’s “Five Minutes with SOURCE,” Presidential Leadership Fellows Andrea Duffy and Scott Shrake sat down to discuss their roles in the Courageous Strategic Transformation plan and its impact across Colorado State University.
Effective immediately, Colorado State University will follow the Centers for Disease Control guidelines for high-transmission areas on all our campuses in Larimer County. This means that we will continue to require masks in all indoor areas until the Larimer County transmission levels fall below “substantial” as set forth by the CDC.
Seidel, who came to CSU in 1971 and remained an active and contributing member of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences until his passing in September 2021, will be awarded the 2022 Founders Day Medal.