The final SoGES Managing the Planet panel discussion at Avo's Dec. 10.
Dr. Anne Hyde, a historian at Colorado College, will speak on the CSU campus on Dec. 4 at 4:30 p.m. in the Cherokee Park Ballroom at the Lory Student Center.
A Colorado State University graduate student recently had the rare opportunity to work at an archeological site that is considered one of the world’s most important to the study of human evolution.
Junior vocal performance major Marissa Rudd is working hard to prepare for her performance in the International Vocal Competition on Saturday.
A program affiliated with Colorado State University marked the two-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy in a special way.
National TV audience? A crowd of 75,000 looking on? Peyton Manning in the house? No problem. Not for the CSU Marching Band, that is.
Faculty member and trombone virtuoso Chris Van Hof will perform Dutch composer Jason TV's deeply emotional piece, "I was like, 'Wow,'" that brings to life the stories of two wounded Iraq War veterans. The performance combines trombone, electronic sounds, and videography.
A new citizens’ review of the initiative to require labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) was largely fair and unbiased, according to a CSU researcher.
Out of Africa comes a new exhibit of African Art in the University Art Museum. The sculpture, jewelry, textiles, printmaking, and photography are authentic examples of art that fulfill specific purposes in African culture.