A $2 million gift from an anonymous donor will transform CSU's art museum.
While Colorado State University has gained widespread publicity for its fermentation science and technology program — especially the beer-brewing angle — one CSU faculty member from a different department is taking a new tack by examining the history of beer in a country known primarily for its wine.
Organizers of Colorado State University’s inaugural ACT Human Rights Film Festival kicked off their awareness-raising campaign for the April 15-22 event during the Martin Luther King Day March on Monday.
It helps to have an extensive background as a journalist if you want to tell great stories about foreign cultures with words, pictures, video and sound.
Three Colorado State University students have been awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship, which aims to diversify students’ international experiences.
CSU anthropology Professor Katherine Browne has been selected to speak this week as part of the National Science Foundation’s Distinguished Lecture Series in Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences.
The Classical Convergence Series, co-presented by the Colorado State University School of Music, Theatre and Dance and the Fort Collins Lincoln Center, kicks off the spring concerts at CSU when The Minguet Quartet with Andreas Klein, piano, appear on the Griffin Concert Hall stage on Thursday, Jan. 28, 7:30 p.m.