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A business leader with a philosophical mind

By Rachael Johnson What can you do with a degree in philosophy? In the information age, the oldest academic discipline — philosophy — is not an area of study that most students consider. For those who can’t see outside the box of academia, philosophy can seem impractical. But there are numerous examples to the contrary. [...]

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Udall Foundation honors CSU students

By Mary Guiden, as appearing in SOURCE Colorado State University students Kiloaulani Ka’awa-Gonzales, Arielle Quintana and Katelynne Johnson have been named 2016 Udall Scholars. Each scholarship provides up to $7,000 for the student’s junior or senior year in fields related to the environment and to American Indians and Alaska Natives in fields related to health [...]

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Three CSU students win awards in national creative writing contest

By Jeff Dodge, as appearing in SOURCE Three students in CSU’s creative writing program have won awards in the Intro Journals Project, a literary competition for the best new work from students at institutions that belong to the Association of Writers and Writing Programs. CSU took three of the 28 awards given in the annual [...]

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