July is UV Awareness Month! Use these tips to protect yourself from UV exposure.
Kimchi, a national dish of South Korea is traditionally made from fermented cabbage that has a spicy, sweet and sour taste. True kimchi with all of its probiotic benefits requires months of fermentation. Try this quick kimchi recipe to explore the flavors of this dish before purchasing or making probiotic-rich kimchi.
The sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays can damage your skin in as little as 15 minutes and are the strongest between the hours of 10 am and 4 pm. Use these tips to protect yourself from UV exposure.
Fourteen Colorado State University students recently stepped out of their comfort zones for a course that allowed them to engage with youth living in the communities surrounding the CSU Todos Santos Center in Mexico.
The American Occupational Therapy Association has named 100 Influential People to celebrate 100 years of history of the field — including four with CSU ties.
Middle-school girls sharpened their STEM skills this summer through the third annual offering of Fashion FUNdamentals at Colorado State University.
Sarah A. Johnson will be leading an interdisciplinary research team to study the effects of blueberries on cardiovascular health in postmenopausal women with elevated blood pressure.
The Legacies Project in the CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences was launched in 2012 as a way to chronicle the personal and professional histories of those who helped shape the college. This year, three new honorees were unveiled.
Old Aggie Superior Lager fans, the wait is almost over. Old Aggie, the new beer created through a collaboration between New Belgium Brewing and CSU, makes its official debut Saturday, July 1, at a public launch party at the iconic Fort Collins brewery. Festivities begin at 2 p.m. and last until 6. Old Aggie was unveiled in May and immediately created buzz among CSU and New Belgium fans. Packaging for the crisp, golden lager prominently features CSU’s ram mascot, with a green and orange vintage color scheme that evokes the school’s rich agricultural history and tradition. A portion of sales of the new brew will be divided equally between CSU’s Fermentation Science and Technology Program, CSU Athletics, and alcohol awareness and education efforts for CSU students. “We’re delighted to collaborate on this project with New Belgium Brewing,” said Tom Milligan, CSU’s vice president for external relations. “We have a long-standing relationship with New Belgium, with many of our alumni working for the brewery. And New Belgium has been a generous supporter of numerous programs and projects at CSU. We’re excited for Old Aggie Lager’s debut.” Long, fruitful relationship In addition to creating Old Aggie, New Belgium donated $4.3 million to CSU’s on-campus stadium project to establish the New Belgium Porch, a hospitality area on the stadium’s north concourse. “As one of many Colorado State University alumni here at New Belgium, it’s tremendously fulfilling to see this project come to liquid fruition,” said Kim Jordan, New Belgium Brewing co-founder and Executive Chair of the Board of Directors. “CSU has invested heavily in its Fermentation Sciences program and its athletics program and those things benefit our entire community. We’re delighted to offer Old Aggie Lager to celebrate our long-running partnership.” Available in stores, bars Old Aggie Superior Lager will be sold throughout the state. It will be available Saturday at 50 Fort Collins outlets, including Supermarket Liquors, Wilbur’s Total Beverage, Pringle’s Fine Wine and Spirits, The Mayor of Old Town, Lucky Joe’s Sidewalk Saloon, Blind Pig Pub and Steak Out Saloon.
Just as the times and places students can study online are flexible, so are the times and places they can graduate. At least that’s what one online Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) master’s student and her thesis committee have shown.