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Wind Symphony presents "State of Imagination"

The Colorado State University Wind Symphony 2017-2018 season highlights the University’s commitment to excellence through the "State of" series. And on April 16, the group is performing the final installment of the series, "State of Imagination."

College of Liberal Arts elevates ACT Human Rights Film Festival

Now in its third year of production by the Department of Communication Studies, the ACT Human Rights Film Festival is partnering with the College of Liberal Arts Dean's Office and three academic programs, and engaging more than 50 CLA faculty and students in festival film curation, programming, and publicity.

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College of Liberal Arts elevates ACT Human Rights Film Festival

Now in its third year of production by the Department of Communication Studies, the ACT Human Rights Film Festival is partnering with the College of Liberal Arts Dean's Office and three academic programs, and engaging more than 50 CLA faculty and students in festival film curation, programming, and publicity.

Faculty Friday

Faculty Friday: Kathleen Galvin

Kathleen Galvin, a professor in the Department of Anthropology and director of the Africa Center in the School for Global Environmental Sustainability, works with vulnerable communities at risk from climate and other global changes.

Faculty Friday: Beth Tropman

Beth Tropman, a professor specializing in "meta-ethics" within the Department of Philosophy, loves to challenge her students with tough questions around moral truths.

Faculty Friday: Peter Harris

Peter Harris may originally be from 'across the pond,' but he's now an expert in international relations and U.S. foreign policy and an assistant professor in our Department of Political Science.

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Wind Symphony presents “State of Imagination”

The Colorado State University Wind Symphony 2017-2018 season highlights the University’s commitment to excellence through the "State of" series. And on April 16, the group is performing the final installment of the series, "State of Imagination."

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St. Paul’s Cathedral and a sense of place

"The stories we tell, about people and about history, are necessarily about place. By attending to the interactions between place and people and to the multiple stories these interactions tell—we discover a more complex understanding of London’s cathedral"

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