During last week’s evening rehearsal, the stage of the University Theater was filled with students singing their hearts out in a musical about a pertinent political dystopia where citizens need to pay to use the toilet.
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The Department of Economics is inviting the University community to join them for “KellerFest,” an April 26 retirement reception in honor of Professor Bob Keller.
Anita Guerrini, professor of humanities and history at Oregon State University, will be speaking at Colorado State University this month as part of the 53rd annual Furniss Lectures.
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.”
April 10 is Equal Pay Day and women leaders in the College of Liberal Arts are participating.
Colorado State University is hosting two events centered around compassion in the workplace.
Immigration is one of the most emotional and divisive issues in contemporary politics. But what relationship does immigration have with the American West, and what can an improved knowledge of the complicated history behind immigration bring to current public discourse?
Doug Hesse will deliver a lecture at CSU on April 17 at 5:30 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Theater exploring the meaning and value of writing within STEM-focused research institutions.
Die Zauberflöte, German for “The Magic Flute,” is a classic opera making its way to the Griffin Concert Hall stage during the first week of April.