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?
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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.
In early February, concerns about inflation and rising interest rates sent global financial markets into a frenzy, prompting the biggest single-day drop ever in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
The Get Lit Players, an award-winning poetry troupe, will be performing on campus on Monday, April 2.
Kate Quillin of Manitou Springs graduated from Colorado State University with her B.A. in social work and sociology in 2009. In the years since, she has traveled across the world as part of the Peace Corps to advocate for people facing discrimination and abuse.
The Colorado State University choirs are preparing for a thrilling performance on Friday, March 2, which includes the premier of a new piece by one of CSU’s very own. The Chamber Choir is performing an original work by Composition Professor Dr. James David. The piece, “Pilgrim Soul” includes guest artist Dr. Wesley Ferreria on clarinet, as well as a live electronics feature.
The night of March 5 is going to bring a completely different Classical Convergence Concert Series experience to the University Center for Arts.
The Rocky Mountain Saxophone Summit, being held at the University Center for the Arts on Saturday, March 3, invites saxophonists of all ages and levels to join their party. There will be masterclasses during daytime and a capstone recital in the evening. Tim Glesmann from Sax Alley will be in attendance with saxophones and accessories for participants looking to try a new instrument or mouthpiece.
Art galleries are not usually the place people go to play mini-golf, but a collaborative workshop by Zero-Craft Corp. transformed one CSU gallery into a fully functional course.