The Gasoline Lollipops, A.J. Fullerton and Grace Kuch will take the stage this weekend during Stadium Sessions, the free outdoor performances by top Colorado bands before every Colorado State University home football game.
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Colorado State University alumni are featured in a new marketing campaign called “Proud To Be,” launched at the first home football game against Hawaii on Aug. 25.
Colorado State University has gone from 11th place to fourth place on this year’s “Cool Schools” ranking from the Sierra Club’s official magazine, Sierra.
The Creative Services team in Colorado State University’s Division of External Relations has received eight excellence awards from the University and College Designers Association for projects ranging from a “Find Your State” recruitment brochure to the graphics at Canvas Stadium.
The lineup has been finalized for the second season of Stadium Sessions, the popular free outdoor performances by top Colorado bands before every Colorado State University home football game.
The dining centers in the Corbett and Parmelee residence halls are now eight distinct micro-restaurants with different themes.
Research shows that jumping in right away with a full course load is best for students’ academic success, and that the first four weeks are a crucial time for faculty and staff to make solid connections with students.
The state’s – and the region’s – school of public health plans to focus on interdisciplinary research.
Artist Colleen Plumb, whose videos show elephants coping with their captivity by swaying back and forth, will bring her work to Colorado State University on Aug. 17.
CSU Professor Temple Grandin will join artist Colleen Plumb for a talk about animal welfare and emotions on Aug. 20, following screenings of Plumb’s videos of elephants coping with their captivity by swaying back and forth.