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Current Ram Pinkelman ready for a second Olympic shot

By Tony Phifer, as appearing in SOURCE     Prior to the start of the 2016 Summer Olympics, Ben Pinkelman wasn’t sure if he wanted to spend four more years pursuing a berth on the 2020 USA Rugby squad that will compete in Tokyo. But after spending a couple of weeks in Rio de Janeiro [...]

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Exploring the symbolic politics of race in the election

As appearing in SOURCE Two political science professors will be front and center at CSU’s College of Business as they host an election workshop. A workshop titled “The Symbolic Politics of Race in the 2016 Presidential Election” will be hosted by the College of Business Undergraduate Programs Office this fall. The workshop takes place Oct. [...]

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Retired professor’s Japanese-American confinement camp art displayed in Wyoming

By Jeff Dodge, as appearing in SOURCE   A retired CSU faculty member’s sculpture memorializing a Japanese-American internment camp in northern Wyoming has been chosen for permanent display in the Whitney Western Art Museum at the Buffalo Bill Historic Center in Cody. Peter Jacobs, a professor emeritus in the Department of Art and Art History, [...]

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