The beginning of the year marked the start of a new semester at Colorado State University as well as the completion of the CSU Spur campus during the National Western Stock Show. The community also honored the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Take a look back at the month through the photos and video of CSU Photography.
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“As I walked into the Administration Building this week, I was fully struck by the responsibility of serving this University and all of you. I enter this role with incredible pride tempered by a deep sense of obligation and humility.”
Bobby Seale, co-founder of the Black Panther Party, is speaking at CSU in February as part of a celebration for Black History Month.
Rams Against Hunger Food Pantry — an innovative program to address financial stress and food insecurity on campus — are celebrating the addition of a new dairy product partnership.
Amidst the chorus of chants and cheers, more than 1,500 community members gathered to celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Monday, marching from Old Town Fort Collins to the heart of CSU’s campus.
Poet and political activist JC Futrell — known by the stage name Panama Soweto — is an acclaimed spoken-word poet who will be the keynote speaker at CSU’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration on Monday, Jan. 16.
The Class of 2022 represent the very best of CSU, showing courage in the face of adversity in the pursuit of their degrees. Meet just a few of the outstanding students who are graduating this fall.
CSU and Fort Collins will celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 16, with a community march as well as a keynote by poet and political activist JC Futrell — known by the stage name as Panama Soweto.
Privacy. Surveillance. Influence. Medical expert Matthew DeCamp and Colorado State University faculty explored the constellation of issues surrounding artificial intelligence during the annual Provost’s Ethics Colloquium this week.
For those who cannot make it to Denver to show their Ram pride, the CSU Marching Band is offering a free parade preview in Fort Collins on Thursday, Dec. 1, at 5:30 p.m.