2,079 pipes, a 56-note keyboard, a 32-note pedal board and 34 stops. A relic of the past and a symbol of music at Colorado State University, meet The Casavant Frères Organ.
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As Christmas season begins, Giving Trees are organized in many different shops to aid the community during the holiday season.
Michael Buttram, Program Basic Needs Manager operating out of the SLiCE Office at Colorado State University, works to combat food insecurity with the expansion of RAMS Against Hunger.
Since 1979, Colorado State University and the Department of Art and Art History have hosted the biennial Colorado International Invitational Poster Exhibition (CIIPE).
Tailgating. The pregame football tradition as old as the very game of football itself just became more fun at Colorado State University. Ram Town is evolving with each coming weekend.
One of the paramount parts of Latinx culture is the delicious food. On Sept. 27, El Centro, CSU’s diversity office for the Latinx community, hosted a virtual workshop in which participants were taught how to cook a chicken mole, or taller de cocina.
Walking around Colorado State University’s campus, there is a distinct and crisp excitement surrounding the upcoming football season.
While some may be familiar faces in new positions, each individual has a distinct agenda and desire to build on what has already been accomplished, building their own legacy along the way.
This past year at Colorado State University has been special, and CSU Life is here to help you remember it all.