The field house on College Avenue was converted to a barracks in the 1940s, the gymnasium became a dining hall, and an obstacle course provided speeded-up physical fitness training for students ready to enlist.
Author Archives: Linda Meyer
In 1881, male and female students were strictly segregated on separate floors of CSU’s first dormitory, but they devised a clever way to communicate.
CSU Libraries started as a reading room in Old Main in 1879 and has grown into a hub for campus research and collaboration.
Morgan Library Archives and Special Collections is featuring an exhibit showcasing the contributions of Paul Gleason to the field of wildland fire science, through Jan. 31.
In recognition of the fifth anniversary of the state constitutional amendment legalizing recreational marijuana, CSU Libraries is hosting a panel discussion at the CSU Denver Center on Nov. 2.