Tony Frank, speaking during his final annual Fall Address, used the event to reflect on his 10-year tenure as president of Colorado State University – what has been accomplished, and what still needs to be done.
Final Fall Address
President Frank to become System Chancellor in July.
Information for the Border War October 26.
CSU Halloween Organ Extravaganza
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International students gathered to participate in the pregame activities football and learn about how American football is played.
Cornell William Brooks, civil rights attorney and past president of NAACP, delivered the Diversity Symposium’s keynote address in the LSC Theater, on Oct. 3.
“Pride means authentically living with love rather than shame in who you are,” says Barb Kistler, the woman and staff member — directly involved with the beginnings ofLGBTQ+ support and visibility at CSU.
Thanks to thousands of donors, State Your Purpose: The Campaign for Colorado State University has reached its $1 billion goal almost two years ahead of the original target of 2020, when CSU celebrates its 150th year.
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Kathleen Fairfax, a veteran in the field of international education, is the new Vice Provost for International Affairs.
Some services are provided on campus and other services are provided by a third-party vendor.
The Rams are gearing up to host the Wyoming Cowboys for the 110th Border War: the first to take place in the new Canvas Stadium.
As an employee of Colorado State University, what would you like the administration know about your job?
Carol Carroll knew the size of the biggest hailstone ever recorded in Colorado.
The Colorado State University Administrative Professional Council (APC) aims to represent, give a voice to, and promote the interests of administrative professionals.
The start of a new school year can be exciting with more people on campus, new jobs, new classes, new relationships.
The Classified Personnel Council (CPC) works to address many issues which affect classified employees at Colorado State University.
Ahh, fall. The air is cooler, the leaves are changing and new foods are in season.
This recipe is perfect for a healthful snack on the go.
Dr. Rebecca Ruch-Gallie
Friday Night Border War entertainment starts at 4 p.m., before 8 p.m. kickoff.
Two events will look at issues around the definition of death and organ transplantation and trafficking.
With the autumn season and Halloween rapidly approaching, the University Center for the Arts is preparing for the 13th Annual Organ Extravaganza.
Over the past five years, CSU’s Hillel Center has held an interfaith “Friendsgiving” event, which aims to bridge gaps between campus communities and celebrate differences.