COVID-19 couldn’t dampen the Colorado State University’s annual drive for the Food Bank for Larimer County — C.A.N.S. Around The Oval.
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With COVID-19 cases rising in Larimer County and Fall Break in sight, CSU is encouraging students and the university community to avoid letting their guard down over Halloween weekend.
The final week of C.A.N.S. Around The Oval features five days of virtual “CANversations” as well as some exciting news on the “CANpaign’s” goals.
Colorado State University is doing its part by offering students, faculty and employees flu shots on campus.
It’s a homecoming for Lt. Col. Matthew Tillman, who is back at his alma mater leading CSU’s Army ROTC program.
For the seventh consecutive year, CSU is one of the nation’s most sustainable higher education institutions, according to the Sierra Club’s official magazine.
Read the stories of Colorado State University amidst the COVID-19 crisis — the faculty, the researchers, the staff, employees and of course the students who are championing the University’s rallying cry: “Together. We Continue.”
CSU recently kicked off its annual drive — C.A.N.S. Around The Oval — to collect nonperishable food and raise money for the Food Bank for Larimer County.
For National Latinx Heritage Month, El Centro is hosting a series of virtual events designed to celebrate culture as well as foster meaningful dialogue on marginalized communities.