Game On – CSU Political Science Instructor and Military Veteran on Why You Should Play Games at Work 

James “Pigeon” Fielder, CSU Instructor in the Department of Political Science, had the honor of speaking at TEDxMileHigh this past November where he discussed the power of games. Games, as he describes, are spaces inside which ritual becomes real to the participants. Games allow you to work together to overcome obstacles that feel real but are […]

Alum, CBS4 anchor Benemann’s retirement party to benefit CSU journalism scholarships

Jim Benemann, one of Colorado State University’s most prominent alumni in Colorado media, is retiring from his position as CBS4 anchor this month, and he has chosen CSU’s Department of Journalism and Media Communication as one of the fundraising recipients featured at his upcoming retirement celebration.

Sickness, suffering and supplication: A conversation about health and medicine during the Middle Ages and early modern era in Europe

John Slater and Nicole Archambeau are both historians who study Europe in the 16th and 14th centuries, respectively, looking at the ways in which people understood illness, pursued wellness and worked to heal themselves.