Despite the lack of in-person events during the COVID-19 pandemic, CSU Esports found themselves flourishing.
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CSU has recently won a Gold Seal from the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge for its work in increasing the nonpartisan student voting shown in the 2020 presidential election.
Colorado State University’s Native American Cultural Center is hosting a month-long schedule of programs and events focused on Indigenous history, culture and food for Native American Heritage Month.
As Halloween nears, CSU has a rich history of stories that are bound to give you the chills. From Old Main to Johnson Hall, take a spooky virtual tour of CSU’s campus that you’ll want to experience with the light on.
The Native American Cultural Center will host a community engagement event and an evening keynote for Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Oct. 11.
Colorado State University’s pedestrian and bicycle traffic patterns are getting an upgrade thanks in part to the Colorado Department of Transportation and the State of Colorado.
Latinx Heritage Month — Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 — celebrates the experiences, traditions, and ethnicities of communities from Latin America.
When Josie Fouts graduated from CSU in 2016, she left with more than a master’s degree in food science and nutrition. She kindled a passion for the great outdoors that would eventually lead to an attempt to make the Paralympic Games, which started this week.
This week, CSU Ram Welcome will kick the semester off with a return of student orientation, move-in, and many improvements to events during the weeklong ceremony.
The Colorado State Forest Service has been involved in wildfire mitigation efforts in Glen Haven, Colorado, in recent years. The community was recognized as a Firewise USA site and updated its Community Wildfire Protection Plan in 2020, prior to the Cameron Peak Fire.