CSU recognized for second year in a row by Unique Venues.
To help you prepare for finals while keeping stress levels to a minimum, the Lory Student Center is set to become a Late Nite haven of relaxing study environments, fun activities, and great deals.
From the annual Pow-Wow to concerts and art openings, November is the month to celebrate Native culture.
Multimedia exhibit highlights experiences that transcend race, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, time and geography.
CSU's annual Cesar Chavez celebration is being held through April 3. This year’s theme is "Valuing Wisdom through Experience and Knowledge."
What's on the menu for the Soul Food Special at the Aspen Grille? Southern Fried catfish, pork belly mac and cheese, sweet buttered cornbread, and sides of cabbage slaw and crispy green fried tomatoes. The special menu is being prepared in recognition of CSU's Black History Month.
The LSC Student Appreciation and Celebration event featured magicians, balloon artists, caricature artists, 'Skeller trivia, chalk art, a photo booth and a performance by Post Paradise.
The Ram Head – just one of many new features throughout the building, including the Land-Grant and Research walls – is designed to reflect the University’s history, mission, values and spirit.