CSU's iconic backpack program, School is Cool, is back for its 26th year.
A student-designed, Pop Art-inspired ball gown made of recycled materials and embellished with President Tony Frank's visage is a new addition to the Avenir Museum collection.
Longtime Avenir Museum supporter Sophia Aldrich recently donated a Chinese silk brocade jacket to the permanent collection. The jacket belonged to her mother Ai-Hwa Lucy Doe Lei 雷竇愛華 (1906-1977), for whom the Avenir Museum lobby is named, making this an exceptionally meaningful gift.
Workers are busy placing nearly 5,000 personalized bricks outside the new on-campus stadium.
On paper, School of Social Work alumnus and combat veteran Alastair Johnson's career change seems to be an about face: from British Army to child welfare case work. But for Johnson, who completed his M.S.W. in 2014, it was more of a gradual and logical evolution.
Loading LEGO bricks into a small cardboard box and writing out simple instructions for making mac and cheese were part of a groundbreaking camp at CSU that helped high school girls picture themselves in the construction management industry.
Identifying flavors and judging the quality of craft beer just got easier thanks to a CSU alumna and a fellow scientist who are the brains behind the Beer Flavor Map. It's a science-based analysis tool that is changing the way industry professionals and casual drinkers alike think about the taste, aroma, and mouthfeel of beer.
The long-awaited installation of Rocky Mountain Rumble took place Friday at CSU's on-campus stadium.
On May 23, Louise Wendt White, along with several other honorees, was recognized through the Legacies Project.