An agricultural economics expert explains why eggs are more expensive, processed foods have the highest rate of inflation and what else to expect when it comes to buying food for the holidays.
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Sen. John Hickenlooper toured the METEC facility on the Foothills Campus on Oct. 25, where he learned all about CSU’s innovative efforts to reduce methane in the atmosphere.
Did you know CSU has a physical copy of the Colorado River Compact? It’s just one of the resources that will help scholars, policymakers and journalists better understand the water issues that will shape the West for years to come.
Patty Rettig is the archivist for CSU’s Water Resources Archive. Ahead of the 100th anniversary of the Colorado River Compact, she talked about why understanding history can help the present and future.
CSU alumnus Dylan George is leading a team at the Centers for the Disease Control and Prevention that is working to forecast future pandemics like the weather.
Time is running out to submit proposals for the fourth annual International Symposium at Colorado State University, which will be held from Feb. 27 to March 1 in the Lory Student Center.
Who is the Ram behind the horns? To get to the bottom of it, we asked one of CAM’s Ram Handlers for details for some little-known facts about CSU’s favorite animal ambassador.
CSU has added 20 new solar arrays to sites across its campuses in Fort Collins and is now home to 41 such installations. This brings the University even closer to its goal of 100% renewable energy by 2030.
A team of Colorado State University researchers will spend the next academic year interviewing 200 students and recent alumni to obtain first-hand accounts of what it was like to be in college during the COVID-19 pandemic.
CSU has nearly doubled the number of solar installations on its Fort Collins campus, a big step toward meeting the goal of 100% renewable energy by 2030.