“t’s a privilege to have so many opportunities available and attend a university, especially as a first-generation American and college student. You never know who you will encounter and what you will learn from them.”
Author Archives: Stacy Nick
“No one knows what they’ll be doing at 50, even when you’re 49, so let yourself change your mind, your goals and your environment. Change over time is a fundamental element of life itself, so lean into it.”
The animated short examines issues of identity, homophobia at the seventh annual film fest.
The proposal aims to take transdisciplinary research to a new level by creating a regional sustainability network that spans the state.
The forum will feature a variety of speakers from different departments, ranging from economics to philosophy.
On the border between Mexico and Arizona is the postage stamp-sized oasis of Quitobaquito. But while the pond itself is tiny, what it holds is immense
“I came to CSU so unsure of myself and my direction, but the encouragement and mentorship of my professors has helped me grow more than I thought possible, both intellectually and personally.”
When more of life began moving online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so too did the feminist literary movement in Latin America.
Since the 1990s, getting enough water has been a problem that — drop by drop — has only been compounded over the years for both sides of the U.S./Mexico border.
Assistant professor of rhetoric of science Erika Szymanski received two NSF grants for her work on language and the microbiome.