Passion for women’s rights leads to research presentation at national conference.
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CSU’s Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program is presenting “Cuba in Transition: Culture and Society during the Changing Times” this week.
The Colorado School of Public Health have organized engaging events on Colorado State University’s campus to support public health issues.
On Thursday, March 3, the Public Lands History Center presents a spring American West Program event in which CSU Associate Professor Adrian Howkins will be discussing his new novel The Polar Regions: An Environmental History.
Colorado State University alumnus Juan Diaz de Leon refused to just “shake it off.” For a little more than 43 hours, anyway.
There are three new exhibits on display in the Hallery, Duhesa and Curfman galleries this semester.
Continuing a decade-long tradition, the College of Business hosted its “Coats for Kids” coat drive this November. The coats collected are given to Poudre School District counselors.
The Key Community’s Exploring Civic Interfaith Connections course, in cooperation with Hillel, Lutheran Campus Ministries, Unitarian Universalist Campus Ministry and the Geller Center, gathered at Everyday Joe’s on Nov. 11 for the second annual “Bridging Our Beliefs” celebration.