The College of Liberal Arts is hosting a community discussion tackling why the liberal arts matter and the role they play in creating a civil society in increasingly polarized and partisan times.
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In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the University Center for the Arts, the new Name a Seat campaign gives donors a chance to leave their legacy by naming a seat while helping support scholarships for School of Music, Theatre, and Dance students.
From electronic art to silver mining in Bolivia, the German Enlightenment to Congressional productivity, our faculty are able to extend their research based on donor support from Great Conversations.
Ancient Greek symposia were once a gathering of prominent members of society for an evening of music, food and vibrant discussion on literature, politics and philosophy.
With a 2017-2018 Great Conversations membership, donors receive membership to the 1870 Club for the 2018 calendar year.
Business development specialist. Media strategist. Executive coach. Colorado State alumnus Jim Vidakovich can now add “Distinguished Alumni” to his resume thanks to his years of career and service to the CSU community.
“The stories we tell, about people and about history, are necessarily about place. By attending to the interactions between place and people and to the multiple stories these interactions tell—we discover a more complex understanding of London’s cathedral”
Communication studies professors examine how rhetoric influences perceptions of U.S., using Buffalo Bill as an example.
For hundreds of CSU students, their college experience was highlighted by the rumble of a well-loved van, the buzz of debate in the House and Senate chambers, the camaraderie built in legislative offices, and the consistent support and lessons shared by John Straayer.