CSU president opened the Oct. 11 plenary session with a welcome and a commitment.
President Joyce McConnell will be a guest of honor and keynote speaker at the Asian Institute of Technology in Bangkok, Thailand.
Nationwide, voting rates at participating college campuses doubled on average compared to the previous 2014 midterm.
Acts of bias and racism are widespread across the country and the globe, but they should not be happening on the CSU campus.
Joyce McConnell’s first Fall Address as president of CSU was unlike any delivered by previous leaders of the state’s land-grant institution.
More than 300 CSU students led a peaceful and silent march during the Fall Address in response to racially biased incidents on campus.
Here are some immediate actions we will take to deepen our understanding of the dynamics of racism, the damage it does to our community, and how we can fight it together.