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Students for Holocaust Awareness, in conjunction with ASCSU, Chabad and Hillel, host the 18th annual Holocaust Awareness Week at Colorado State University Feb. 20-27.
Trayvon Martin’s mother, Sybrina Fulton, will speak to the CSU and Fort Collins communities Feb. 19 as part of Black History Month.
On Wednesday, Feb. 11, Colorado State University will honor the creation of the institution, the values that have sustained it, and its mission of service through teaching, research and engagement with a Founders Day celebration.
Living in the residence halls on campus is a significant milestone in a student’s collegiate experience. However, it isn’t just for first year students.
The Black/African American Cultural Center has a full month of programs scheduled to celebrate Black History this year.
The LSC Student Appreciation and Celebration event featured magicians, balloon artists, caricature artists, ‘Skeller trivia, chalk art, a photo booth and a performance by Post Paradise.
CSU will honor the faculty and staff who have reached service milestones during the 2014-15 fiscal year at the Celebrate! CSU Milestones event.
CSU was recently recognized as the University of the Year by the National Hispanic Institute. The honor recognized CSU’s 25-year-long partnership promoting and encouraging higher education within the Latino community.