Outstanding Grads: Fall 2021

Outstanding Grad: Whitney Roy

Whitney Roy has overcome difficulty and created a foundation for a better future for students of marginalized identities. As the founder of the Theatre Diversity and Inclusion Committee, she is changing what it means to be BIPOC in the world of theater today.

Outstanding Grad: Annie Koppes

As a first-generation student and founder of the CSU Musicology Club with a strong interest in musician representation, Annie Koppes has left a legacy of ambition, drive and resiliency here at CSU.

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Photos: CSU Spur opens in Denver

On Friday, Vida, a building focused on animal and human health, opened to the public as part of the Colorado State University System’s new K-12 learning campus on the grounds of the new National Western Center.

Teamwork keeps COVID pandemic in check at CSU

If there has been a singular truth about how Colorado State University has functioned during the pandemic, it is this: CSU succeeded together as a community this fall in keeping the COVID pandemic remarkably in check thanks to a long-standing university community value — old fashioned teamwork.

Amy Hoeven (’95): Engaged, Courageous, and Invested

Amy Hoeven (’95) is an identical twin, a communications professional, an avid CSU Athletics fan, and a voice for the disadvantaged. On Dec. 18, 2021, she will deliver the alumni commencement speech at the College of Liberal Arts’ commencement ceremony.

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Amy Hoeven (’95): Engaged, Courageous, and Invested

Amy Hoeven (’95) is an identical twin, a communications professional, an avid CSU Athletics fan, and a voice for the disadvantaged. On Dec. 18, 2021, she will deliver the alumni commencement speech at the College of Liberal Arts’ commencement ceremony.

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Together, We

Learn more about our curiosity, ability to adapt, engagement with the community, and research and creative expertise in the Spring 2021 issue of the College of Liberal Arts Magazine.

Lenses of the Liberal Arts: Health

The focus of our majors in liberal arts - culture, politics, communications, economics, and the like - intertwine with health challenges worldwide that range from pandemics to affordable housing, air quality to spiritual health. Learn more about how the liberal arts approach the topic of health in the Winter 2020/Spring 2021 issue of the College of Liberal Arts Magazine.

Lenses of the Liberal Arts: Space and Place

In the Winter 2019/Spring 2020 issue of the Liberal Arts Magazine, we apply the lenses of the liberal arts to place and space. Colorado State University and the Clark Building are both spaces located in Fort Collins, along the Front Range, in the Mountain West. But they are also places -- made meaningful by the people attached to them and the memories created within, through, and because of them.

Lenses of the Liberal Arts: Technology

In the Spring 2019 issue of the Liberal Arts Magazine, we approach the topic of technology through our disciplines. The specific skills and tools unique to the liberal arts can provide understanding and a way to navigate the ways technology does (or doesn't) advance the human experience.