At Colorado State University, freshman theatre majors in the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance are exploring the #MeToo movement for their annual Freshman Theatre Project.
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Grant S. Lee, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Philosophy at Colorado State University, passed away October 11, 2018. He is remembered for his 42 years of service at Colorado State University.
Kick off the holiday season at the University Center for the Arts with the annual Holiday Spectacular and Parade of Lights Preview.
Colorado State University music professors Michelle Stanley and Jeff LaQuatra, also known as the Quatra Duo, are debuting two new pieces at their upcoming Virtuoso Series Concert on Monday, Oct. 22.
With the autumn season and Halloween rapidly approaching, the University Center for the Arts is preparing for the 13th Annual Halloween Organ Extravaganza. Dr. Joel Bacon, professor of organ, and his organ students will perform three shows on Halloween at 7 p.m., 9 p.m., and 11 p.m. in the Organ Recital Hall at the UCA. Tickets available at csuartstickets.com.
As sociologists who have researched oil and gas drilling, we think this measure would enhance the rights of those who live near these sites.
2018 marks twenty years since Matthew Shepard’s death, and CSU Theatre is presenting The Laramie Project, the seminal production about the Wyoming student’s murder, from Sept. 28 through Oct. 7, at the University Center for the Arts.
As I tell my students, the U.S. press system has its faults, but they probably won’t have to worry about being threatened, jailed or killed for doing their jobs.
Robert H. Frank of Cornell University will join CSU’s own Edward Barbier for a pair of plenary sessions as part of the 16th World Congress of Social Economics.
From the start, President Donald Trump’s administration has made dismantling regulations, especially for the oil, gas and coal industries, a top priority.