Guerilla Fanfare Brass Band and King Cardinal will be among the bands playing on campus in the lead-up to the home football game against Abilene Christian.
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When the curtain falls on RamFest tonight after a performance by Jhené Aiko, it won’t be the end of the line for student-oriented live music on campus. It’s only the beginning.
Anita Bundy, head of CSU’s Department of Occupational Therapy, has been named one of only 15 inaugural fellows of the new Occupational Therapy Australia Research Academy.
As part of the ramp-up to the first game in CSU’s new on-campus stadium this weekend, a host of artists will be creating CSU-themed chalk art in Old Town on Friday.
R&B singer/songwriter Eric Bellinger and rap artist Chaz French will open for Jhené Aiko at RamFest next week, RamEvents programmers recently announced.
Edward Barbier’s path to becoming one of the world’s leading environmental and resource economists began as a kid, when he saw developing nations firsthand as his father’s government service took the family to southeast Asia.
At first glance, one might not guess that an unassuming suite of offices in an old residence hall is home to a comprehensive student training ground for the world of publishing, a place one former intern calls “an oasis in Aylesworth.”
With his first year at CSU now under his belt, College of Liberal Arts Dean Ben Withers has announced plans to elevate the visibility and vitality of the college by increasing the support and impact of faculty scholarship.
As the nation gears up for the rare sight of a total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, a Colorado State University alumnus has written a book chronicling the hordes of visitors who descended on Colorado for a high-altitude view of a similar totality in 1878.
Work on the new student teaching brewery in the Lory Student Center is progressing nicely this summer.