Students and striking workers occupy the projection hall of the Cannes Film Festival Palace to prevent showing of films in 1968. AP Photo/Raoul Fornezza David Scott Diffrient, Colorado State University On May 17, the 70th edition of the Festival de Cannes kicked off with the opening-night screening of director Arnaud Desplechin’s “Ismael’s Ghosts.” […]
Jordan, Orsi, and Payne receive recognition for excellence in teaching
CSU students Samantha Lewis, Katelyn Doyle, Mohammed York, David Van Name, Avery Jones, and Aminta Remisosky in Eugene, Ore. At the end of March, six CSU performing arts students, along with dance faculty member Chung-Fu Chang, travelled to the American College Dance Association 2017 Conference, held at the University of Oregon in Eugene. CSU’s School […]
Wes Kenney and Joel Bacon collaborate for Colorado State University Organ Week, presented by the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance. For the fifth consecutive year, Organ Week, a summer music camp and organ festival at Colorado State University, takes place the first week of June. Daily instruction for high school students and nightly performances […]
Michael Carolan, associate dean of research for the College of Liberal Arts and professor of sociology, has released a new book: No One Eats Alone: Food as a Social Enterprise In today’s fast-paced, fast food world, everyone seems to be eating alone, all the time—whether it’s at their desks or in the car. Even those […]
By Steven Pressman, Colorado State University America’s middle class is in deep trouble. Signs of its decline are everywhere, from stagnant incomes and falling wealth to soaring household debt and the rise of populist politicians promising a return to the “glory days.” While there is near universal agreement that a thriving middle class is essential to […]
History alumna, Elizabeth Bruns, and History senior, Jefferson Abbey, have both received scholarships to pursue master’s degrees outside the U.S.
Michael Cooley named the Department of Philosophy’s Outstanding Graduate.
Originally published on the English Department Blog. Emily Seto English Major, Creative Writing Concentration Business Minor If you asked me what my favorite book was before declaring English (Creative Writing) as my major, I would have told you that I had only read two books of fiction. That was the truth. The most common question […]
Rebecca Hermann is no stranger to unique surroundings. The Environmental Health and Spanish double major has already been abroad to two different countries during her collegiate career, and now is off on a new adventure: using her Fulbright scholarship to teach English in Columbia.