Green spaces were popularized in the late 1800s, but are being rethought today amid a record drought in the western United States.
Author Archives: Corinne Neustadter
The recipient of the CSU Libraries’ Friedman Feminist Press Collection research grant had the opportunity to learn firsthand about how second-wave feminism impacted today’s general equality movement.
Two CSU experts explained how the Colorado River Compact and climate change could impact Colorado’s ski resorts.
A CSU librarian is aboard Semester at Sea. Doing a job that’s hard enough on land has a unique set of challenges on aboard a cruise ship.
CSU Libraries is helping to connect history students with the research materials they need to succeed in tough classes.
Scholars can apply for research assistance grants to study two of CSU’s most unique library archives.
The book took Jim Mandeville and his friends on a Colorado road trip of a lifetime, and followed him through multiple moves across multiple states. After 47 years, he decided it was time to bring it back to the place where he found it.
The Papers of Thomas M. Sutherland collection at the CSU Libraries comprises a myriad of documents and newly digitized video footage.
Advice from digitization and preservation experts at Colorado State University Libraries and the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising will keep your mementos pristine for years to come.