The Menorah symbolizes the idea that acts of goodness will light up the darkness on a personal and global level. Join President Tony Frank, students, faculty, and staff as we light a giant Menorah and show support for its message of hope.
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The staff of the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories works overtime, typically 10-12 hours a day, to meet a 60 percent increase in the number of samples being submitted for testing and to deliver lab results on time. The CSUEAB recently recognized them for their efforts to deliver excellence to VTH clients.
It’s in the lyrics. The mention of wassail, winter wonderlands, and Good King Wenceslas ushers in the holidays for us. So does the wildly popular Colorado State University Annual Holiday Spectacular. Three performances are being held to accommodate the demand for tickets to this event.
Modern relationships are explored in this French, comedy-drama about a group of friends who are catapulted into a dramatic chain of emotional reactions when a mutual friend is hurt in a serious accident. The International Film Series is hosted by the Department of Foreign Language.
Each year, Colorado State University joins organizations around the world in observing World AIDS Day. The day is one of eight official global public health campaigns marked by the World Health Organization. World AIDS Day 2014 is Thursday, Dec. 4.
The Mendelssohn Trio will perform classical Beethoven and Mendelssohn-Bartholdy trios as well as the contemporary piece, “Slow Dance,” by “New American” composer Kenji Bunch.
Patrons of the Lory Student Center’s Aspen Grille rave about their special menu lunches. Next Wednesday, Nov. 19, enjoy delicious and savory Native American cuisine.
Glen Dour of California JAZZ NOW Magazine expresses awe at Hanson’s musicianship: “The bassoon isn’t supposed to be able to be played so fast but Hanson did it, digging deep into the changes, combining awesome technique and precise articulation with hot fire.” Image by Craig Harris.
The CSU Employee Appreciation Board is seeking nominations to recognize well-deserving campus groups or units for their exceptional efforts, unique talents and for going above and beyond their daily duties.
The Shabbat dinner at CSU showcases Jewish cuisine and tradition with a four-course, delicious Shabbat dinner with all the favorite traditional Jewish foods. All prepared at the koshered Lory Student Center kitchen. Come learn about the Jewish culture and support the Jewish community at CSU.