Bright and early on the morning of Friday, Sept. 16, reports of a black bear venturing through Colorado State University’s iconic Oval were circulating through campus.
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C.A.N.S Around The Oval
C.A.N.S. Around The Oval is underway at Colorado State University
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Colleen Webb, a Colorado State University professor of biology and accomplished disease ecologist, has been named the interim director of the One Health Institute.
More than a dozen events are scheduled in celebration of LGBTQIA+ History Month at Colorado State University in October.
Colorado State University has announced Laurel Halsey from the University of California, Berkeley as the new executive director of the CSU Health Network.
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After two years of an extensive review, a committee charged with refining retirement plan options for employees will co-host, along with representatives from Human Resources, multiple town halls to share information about findings and next steps.
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.
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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.
For the first time since 2019, the annual AISES Pow Wow will punctuate Native American Heritage Month at Colorado State University.
In the first Fall Address held since 2019, Interim President Rick Miranda reflected on what former Colorado State University President Al Yates said during the aftermath of the Spring Creek Flood that inundated campus in 1997.
Colorado State University’s Homecoming and Family Weekend – set for Oct. 13-15 — will feature a host of events, including the return of the popular Festival on the Oval.
C.A.N.S. Around The Oval — Colorado State University’s annual drive to collect nonperishable food and raise money for the Food Bank for Larimer County — kicked off on Sept. 19.