A new website and online archive featuring 200-plus news stories, artifacts and images from Northern Colorado’s LGBTQ+ past was launched earlier this month to educate the public about the region’s LGBTQ+ history.
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Several members of the CSU community share recollections of the alumnus, who died Sept. 17 at age 53.
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CSU’s Salazar Center’s Virtual International Symposium hosted U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack on Wednesday, Sept. 29. During the symposium, Vilsack unveiled a comprehensive set of investments to address challenges facing the country’s agriculture producers, including market disruptions, climate change and animal disease prevention.
Our friend, alumnus and long-time benefactor, Walter Scott, Jr., who reshaped the future of our college, has passed away. Walter’s big heart and legacy have touched everyone in this college.
Colorado State University’s Homecoming and Family Weekend — set for Oct. 6-9 — features a host of events, with an appropriate theme as in-person activities have resumed on campus: “Charging Forward.”
U-Turn, Colorado State University’s annual academic resource event, will take place virtually on Wednesday, Oct. 6, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.