Presidents' Panel keynoted day focused on topics affecting campuses across the nation.
With support from the administration, a proposal from students has blossomed into CSUnite: No Place 4 H8 solidarity walk and rally in support of the Principles of Community.
CSU President Tony Frank will be part of a high-powered panel of Colorado leaders participating in a higher education forum.
All members of the campus and Fort Collins community are encouraged to come together at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 29, to make a statement in support of CSU’s community principles and against acts of hate and intimidation that have taken place on campus this academic year.
We believe it is important for all of us to understand that we have an opportunity as a university to condemn these acts of hate as they occur, and that those who are directly targeted by such acts know that they do not stand alone.
This university strongly respects the Constitution and the First Amendment, and the right of even repugnant viewpoints to be spoken and debated in the public space. But Colorado State University also has the right to publicly assert what it values and stands for – so I’d like to take this opportunity to do that here.
What constitutes protected free speech on campus, and when does it cross the line into unprotected forms of expression?
This prestigious award that recognizes those who embody the spirit and determination of the Western pioneer and perpetuate the West’s agriculture heritage and ideals.