Kathleen Ann Ivy passed away on Oct. 17, after a ~3 year battle with metastatic melanoma.
CSU is hosting a variety of events for Veterans Week, including a panel discussion with student veterans as well as a National Roll Call to remember those lost.
Since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, CSU has been reaching out to students experiencing crisis situations through collaboration across the University.
Colorado State University’s Native American Cultural Center is hosting a month-long schedule of programs and events focused on Indigenous history, culture and food for Native American Heritage Month.
CSU’s annual drive for the Food Bank for Larimer County — C.A.N.S. Around The Oval — ended on a high note, exceeding its monetary goal by more than $20,000.
With flu season approaching, local and national health officials are encouraging flu shots as an effective way to decrease flu activity in the community.
Colorado State University’s annual drive — C.A.N.S. Around The Oval — is ramping up with activities and events in October.
Bike theft is among the most common crimes on CSU campuses, with an average of 190 bikes reported stolen each year. Bikes are more often stolen at beginning of the school year, particularly around residence halls where bikes are parked overnight.
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.
In the past few years, CSU has been working to better serve student parents and caregivers, a group whose multiple and diverse identities sometimes get overlooked at colleges and universities across the country.