In Saxon Martinez’s community college ceramics course, students molded premade clay on pottery wheels powered by electric motors and finished their creations with premixed glazes.
Daena J. Goldsmith, professor of rhetoric and media studies at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon, will be this year’s Gravlee Lecturer.
For the first time in the Fall of 2019, students will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in a new culture, lifestyle, and community at the CSU Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur, Mexico. The semester-long education abroad program, Liberal Arts and Community Engagement, is designed to help students cultivate global connections and work with community partners on topics in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
The ACT Human Rights Film Festival kicks off 2019 with its first “ACT Year Round” screening of TransMilitary at The Lyric, on Thursday, Feb. 7, at 6:30 p.m. ACT Year Round showcases must-see human rights documentary films that don’t make it into the annual festival.
Rising sports photographer and Colorado State University alumna Abbie Parr hit the equivalent of a home run in photography by earning a spot in TIME’s “Top 100 Photos of 2018” with her photo of Seattle Mariner Mitch Haniger watching a home-run baseball sail over the wall at Safeco Field.
Dana Hughes (’98, Theatre) is not afraid to ask questions and explore other peoples’ stories. Whether the questions and stories are about race and its role in society, constitutional law, highly enriched uranium near universities, or about the current refugee crisis in Africa, Hughes has created a career that shines a light on marginalized people […]
A team of Colorado State University faculty and graduate students is attending the 24th session of the United Nations Climate Change conference, which kicked off Dec. 2 in Katowice, Poland.
For Alta Compton, a history alumna from Colorado State University, passion for helping others and a versatile skill set developed in college guided her to find a meaningful and unexpected career.
When Chelsea Stockton graduated from CSU in 2012 with a double-major in journalism and media communications as well as photography, she knew that photography was at the forefront of what she wanted to do with her professional career.
Shelby Williams always wanted to become a teacher. After walking across the stage in 2007 with her diploma and a degree in art history, she planned to attend graduate school to earn a master’s degree in early childhood education. However, life took an unexpected turn when Williams’ mother fell ill, and Williams returned home to help take care of her.