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CSU Engineering student recognized as the 2015 Denver Metro Chamber Student Leader of the Year at the 9NEWS Civic Leadership Luncheon.
This column is one in a series of articles focusing on campus mental health initiatives to support well-being of the CSU community.
CSU Health Network has launched a new Mindful Drop-In group to help students and staff cope with stress.
As part of Black History Month, students and the local community will have the unique opportunity to see Ailey II, an internationally-known dance troupe based out of New York City, at 7:30 p.m. March 2 at the Fort Collins Lincoln Center. RamEvents is bringing group, in collaboration with the Black/African American Cultural Center and the Multicultural Undergraduate Research Artistry and Leadership Symposium conference, which reaches out to students of color through mentoring, research, networking, and multicultural leadership. Ailey II is known for merging the spirit and energy of the country’s best young dance talent with the passion and creative vision of today’s most outstanding emerging choreographers. Founded in 1974, the company seeks to establish an extended cultural community that provides dance performances, training and community programs for all people. "We are excited to bring Ailey II, because they are extremely creative and passionate and provide a unique fusion of different choreographic styles," said Sydney Boyle, RamEvents external relations and public relations coordinator. "As one of the events scheduled for Black History Month, the dance company will also offer insight into historical black culture and modern dance through their performance, enriching students' experience on campus." Video from Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre YouTube channel. The program consists of a 1 ½-2 hour, full-team dance performance, with an on-stage question and answer immediately following. CSU student tickets are free, and can be picked up at the LSC Campus Box Office. General public tickets, including CSU faculty and staff, are $30 and can be purchased through the Lincoln Center Box Office, 417 West Magnolia in Fort Collins.
The CSU Health Network, Campus Recreation, Women and Gender Advocacy Center, Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center, Associated Students of CSU and others are coming together to plan a week of events from February 23 – 27 to promote Body Acceptance – because one size never fits all.
Our university has a series of discussion opportunities available for those who want to explore complex issues.
Students for Holocaust Awareness, in conjunction with ASCSU, Chabad and Hillel, host the 18th annual Holocaust Awareness Week at Colorado State University Feb. 20-27.