Originally published on Source by Rachel Gaisford Beginning in Fall 2020, CSU’s College of Liberal Arts will be offering a new professional master’s degree focused on public service leadership. The Master of Public Policy and Administration blends academic learning with hands-on experience to prepare students to take on society’s greatest challenges. “The MPPA is a […]
Originally published on Source by Tony Phifer Chancellor Emeritus Joe Blake has made a $5 million gift to Colorado State University’s College of Liberal Arts. This gift, the largest in the college’s history, is in recognition of its outstanding, high-quality faculty, students and leadership. It was Blake’s intention that this gift would help cast […]
Originally published on Source by Carol Busch On April 3, the ACT Human Rights Film Festival will open at the Lory Student Center Theatre at Colorado State University, celebrating its fifth annual run as Colorado’s only film festival wholly dedicated to the intersection of art and social justice. The nine-day festival, produced by CSU’s Department of Communication Studies, will feature […]
The Center for Literary Publishing at CSU has been awarded a $10,000 Art Works grant from NEA to support national and regional publications in 2020. Click for the story.
CSU English Assistant Professor Lynn Shutters is a Thomas Mark Scholar specializing in gender, sexuality, marriage and changing cultural norms in the Middle Ages. Click for the story.
By Scott Powell Reprinted with permission from the Rocky Mountain Collegian It’s easy to be intimidated by Samuel Beckett. He’s the kind of playwright who, to the general public, has largely devolved into nothing more than a sneering inside joke among elitist members of the theater world — the kind of playwright often name-dropped at […]
LLC students have been volunteering at a language immersion school in Fort Collins, providing valuable assistance to the instructors while getting extra practice with their Spanish, French and Mandarin outside the classroom. Learn more about this by clicking on this link.
Congratulations to Paine Lewis, who will be traveling to Latvia soon to study Russian as part of the prestigious David L. Boren Scholarship program. Click here to learn more about Paine’s accomplishment!
The Colorado State University School of Music, Theatre, and Dance presents Cabaret, the musical composed by John Kander with lyrics by Fred Ebb. The play opens on Nov. 8 at the University Center for the Arts and runs through Nov. 17. The production is directed and choreographed by Noah Racey by Noah Racey with musical […]