CSU's Marching Band is carrying on a time-honored tradition.
It is New Year’s Eve in 1899 Vienna, and a man stands outside an apartment serenading the love of his life.
You do not want to miss CSU Theatre’s "rally" for Ubu Roi, which will be held in the University Center for the Arts’ Studio Theater.
The Wind Symphony will be dedicating its first performance of the Fall 2016 semester to those involved in the Sept. 11, 2001, tragedy.
The University Symphony Orchestra opens its season with its new Canadian Brass member and two favorites from the repertoire: Johannes Brahms’ passionate Symphony No. 3 in F major and Joseph Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto.
Graduation from college is special. Students spend four or more years pursuing a degree that will catapult them forward into their professional lives. But what makes alumni legends in the workforce are those additional endeavors they undertake.
In conjunction with the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art grand opening, the Art and Art History Department will celebrate the visual arts at CSU with an open house Saturday, welcoming the community to see galleries, classrooms and studio spaces in the Visual Arts Building at 200 Lake St.