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.
Daily Archives: August 15, 2022
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.
Colorado State University recently launched a Thematic Year initiative as students, faculty and staff prepare for the fall semester.
After the FBI completed a lawful search of former president Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate on Aug. 8, 2022, conservative politicians responded with one of three strategies: silence, circumspection and attack.
The public is invited to help select a name for the CSU Spur kitten, with voting options online and in-person – the contest will run Aug. 13-26.
CSU has named Jay Callaghan, a CSU Police Department captain, as its next chief of police. Callaghan replaces Interim Chief Frank Johnson, who did not apply for the chief’s job and will return to his position as a captain with CSUPD.
New students arriving at Colorado State University this week will be greeted by a host of exciting events as part of Ram Welcome, including remarks by actor, director and filmmaker Justin Baldoni.
The Front Range has emerged as a technopole. From Fort Collins to Denver to Colorado Springs, a collective of big research universities including CSU, government laboratories, military bases and supportive state and local governments have merged into a technology innovation ecosystem.
“Move-In Week brings thousands of first-year students (and their stuff) to campus over the course of a few short days. By the end of this week, they’ll all have moved into their halls, have joined in the Ram Welcome Convocation, and be looking ahead to the start of classes.”