Welcome back to our beautiful campus and a new academic year.
Twenty six students from CSU and universities across the nation participated in 10-week research programs that prepared them for graduate school and future careers in STEM.
Whether it’s the bonfire, a picture with CAM the Ram, or honoring our distinguished alumni, there is a CSU Homecoming tradition for everyone. So many that sometimes it can be hard to choose. That didn’t stop us from asking Rams what their favorite tradition is.
Now in its 99th year, the Painting of the A remains one of the most cherished CSU traditions that helps alumni, and the entire Fort Collins community, stay connected and get excited for a new school year.
A new study sheds light on how plants, however rarely, experience mutations in their mitochondrial genomes. Unlike humans, plants are able to quickly fix these mutations and not pass them on to their progeny.
The 50 Year Club — one of Colorado State University’s oldest traditions, dating back to 1934 — is set for October, with the Alumni Association set to honor two outstanding alumni.
Colorado State University’s Homecoming and Family Weekend – set for Oct. 13-15 — will feature a host of events, including the return of the popular Festival on the Oval.
Here’s what you need to know about the start of the Jay Norvell era — the six Saturday home games, how to get tickets, how big your clear plastic bag can be and even a bit on the Rams’ “Fort” Air Raid offense.
As first-year students settle in with their micro-fridges and extra-long twin linens, returning students reconnect with classmates across campus and online, it’s thrilling to see our new and returning students, staff and faculty, in person again.