CSU's Day of Giving: 1,870 minutes of impact.
Get yourself out to the ballgame for the annual Rams at the Rockies on June 30 at Coors Field.
It’s not the most glamorous job on campus, but it certainly gets right to the heart of what it means to be a Colorado State University Ram – the life of a Ram Handler.
Colorado State University has a storied history; we’ve changed our name a few times, and we’ve also changed our mascot. It's hard to imagine, but even after settling on being the Colorado State University Rams, our first ram was not CAM. The university’s first mascots were famous pets on campus, starting in 1909 with a black bear, and included two canines: Peanuts from 1913-1917, and Gallant Defender starting in 1918. Do you know the story behind CSU's beloved CAM the Ram? Here's your CAM curriculum. [masterslider_pb id="68"]
CSU Day at the National Western Stock Show stands upon more than 100 years of tradition and partnership between the university and the stock show. Hundreds of alumni participated in the day by attending the rodeo, exploring Ag Adventure and spending time at the CSU booths.