When he was in high school, Franklin Alvis of Colorado Springs was convinced he’d attend college out of state. Then his family home burned to the ground in the 2012 Waldo Canyon Fire, which made him want stay in Colorado.
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For the first time, Stadium Sessions at Colorado State University will feature post-game performances at Canvas Stadium, celebrating the conclusion of another great season of free outdoor concerts by top Colorado bands on home football game weekends.
A new “mentoring circles” program intended for women faculty is being launched this month at CSU.
A series of gig posters created for the first season of Stadium Sessions has won a Regional Design Award from PRINT for Colorado State University’s Creative Services office.
Campus Step Up, CSU’s annual social justice retreat held in Estes Park in January, is now accepting applications for participants as well as facilitators.
CSU and the surrounding community donated the equivalent of 342,753 pounds of food in the 32nd annual Cans Around the Oval drive that ended Oct. 17.
On Oct. 18, Colorado State University celebrated the 50th anniversary of the “Beer-In,” the 1968 student protest that prompted CSU to begin serving beer in the Ramskeller Pub & Grub on campus.
Taylor Shae and 12 Cents for Marvin will take the stage before the Border War with Wyoming Friday as part of Stadium Sessions, the free outdoor performances by top Colorado bands before every Colorado State University home football game.
Former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter, the founding director of the Center for the New Energy Economy, will be one of many CSU community members playing a role in the 2018 Fort Collins Book Festival this month.
The YOU@CSU program has received a national award for innovative, technology-based solutions to challenges in higher education.