Two events on Feb. 11 feature anthropologist Jeffery McKee.
CSU honored by NCAA for efforts to increase diversity, foster an environment of inclusion.
An audition landed voice major Talia Fischer in a prestigious Italian language program for young singers. In the summer of 2014, she spent four weeks in Italy, then traveled to Hawaii for an internship with the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival.
It’s time to dust your boots off and get ready for the Western extravaganza of the year! Save money now on tickets to the National Western Stock Show. Colorado State University has a long and storied connection to the National Western Stock Show – beginning with 600 students arriving with their livestock at the first Stock Show in 1906.
Whether overcoming tremendous obstacles or achieving academic excellence, these outstanding Colorado State University fall 2014 graduates have accomplished major personal goals and are prepared to begin meaningful careers as future leaders in their communities.
CSU Marching Band will be featured Friday night at the front of the annual Parade of Lights in Denver. That's just part of their remarkable story.
Modern relationships are explored in this French, comedy-drama about a group of friends who are catapulted into a dramatic chain of emotional reactions when a mutual friend is hurt in a serious accident. The International Film Series is hosted by the Department of Foreign Language.
Dr. Anne Hyde, a historian at Colorado College, will speak on the CSU campus on Dec. 4 at 4:30 p.m. in the Cherokee Park Ballroom at the Lory Student Center.
A Colorado State University graduate student recently had the rare opportunity to work at an archeological site that is considered one of the world’s most important to the study of human evolution.