On their recent tour stop in Fort Collins, Ozomatli prepared 36 of CSU’s Upward Bound students for the unique experience of performing live in front of hundreds of fans at a premier music venue.
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Researchers have uncovered evidence that agriculture arose when environmental conditions were improving, and populations lived in greater densities.
About a dozen students gathered outside the Durrell Center for a “hiving,” placing honey bees in three newly built hives.
If you remember anything from Colorado State University’s recent nutrition conference that focused on the role of nutrition in the cognitive health of aging adults it should be: Eat your veggies, especially the green, leafy ones. Nibble on blueberries, munch on walnuts, and consume fish once a week.
After four deployments with the U.S. Army, Raleigh Heekin finds a new home on CSU’s campus.
Fort Collins-area girls in middle school and high school teamed up with engineering majors at Colorado State to design lighting for a Habitat for Humanity home for a single mother and her two children. Working together on this project, the girls and students were Pretty Brilliant.