OneBeat brings its unique program to Fort Collins from Oct. 16-22 for a citywide series of performances, interactive installations, discussions and workshops.
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It’s a Tuesday evening at the University Center for the Arts. Director Walt Jones sits at a table just below a stage filled with birch trees, women dressed in long skirts and corsets, and men outfitted in street clothes and tall black boots.
This October, two of the biggest names in jazz will turn 100. Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk, born 10 days apart, will be remembered with a performance by Colorado State University’s jazz ensembles on Thursday, Sept. 28.
Although it was nearly 12 years ago that the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance performed Every Good Boy Deserves Favor by Tom Stoppard, it is just as relevant today, and perhaps even more.
Join the College of Liberal Arts on Sept. 27 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. for presentations and discussion about the symbols and history of lynching in America.
Anthropology graduate students uncovered artifacts placing the earliest North Americans in Alaska 14,000 years ago.
In an era of political division, opposing parties engaging in a respectful, meaningful conversation can seem like an impossible feat.
The Department of Ethnic Studies launches new Women’s and Gender Studies bachelor’s degree.
The National Communication Association has honored Dr. Allison Prasch with the 2017 Golden Monograph Award for her 2016 article, “Toward a Rhetorical Theory of Deixis.”
Dr. Greg Dickinson, professor and chair of the Department of Communication Studies, has been selected to serve as editor for Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies