Special Olympians get a taste of the big time during annual flag football game at CSU.
While it’s not unusual for Colorado State University students to enjoy the great outdoors during the summer, one group becomes actively involved in preserving the history — and future — of a local natural treasure.
CSU undergraduates majoring in STEM fields are now eligible for a merit-based scholarship offered by the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation. The award offers top-performing juniors and seniors $10,000 each and provides lifelong opportunities and programs.
Devan Kallas won first place in the student division of the Art Olympia 2017, earning a prize of $20,000.
This year, under the guidance of the Legends of Ranching Program Director Dr. David J. Denniston, 31 horse training students, six sales preparation students, eight student teaching assistants, and numerous student volunteers put together a record-breaking sale.
Taylor Sofonia is a master's student in Food Science and Nutrition. He recently traveled to Bali to teach children about the importance of nutrition.
The College of Health and Human Sciences welcomed 900 students during Ram Welcome this year.
Construction Management major Jeff Looney talks about his summer internship and his experience at CSU.