CSU’s Master of Public Policy & Administration and Master of Sport Management welcomed their first cohorts this fall.
Political polarization in an election year is nothing new. But in 2020, when you add to the mix deep divisions, it seems as if we’ve forgotten how to talk to each other about what is ailing society and how to fix it.
It was an emotional moment when the University Symphony Orchestra (strings and percussion) took the Griffin Concert Hall stage and played the first concert at the University Center for the Arts in six months. The concert was conducted by Wes Kenney and graduate conducting student, Andrew Mendizabal. Maestro Kenney spoke several times during the concert, conveying how […]
The outbreak of COVID-19 in March set the stage for a summer at home for most people, including Andrew Altschul, who had spent the last eight years writing a novel, which he expected to publicize heavily with a tour of in-person reading events.
CSU English senior Natalia Sperry recounts studying abroad, collaborations with professional writers, department community.
Sue Doe, professor in the Department of English, now serves as a representative voice for around 1,500 CSU faculty members in her new role as Faculty Council chair at Colorado State University.
When CSU English alumna Nancy McKinley wrote St. Christopher on Pluto, she didn’t expect the book to receive national attention. But it came nonetheless as a glowing review on National Public Radio’s Fresh Air in late May.
Renaissance academics and university administration collide in two initiatives, which Roze Hentschell has undertaken as recipient of the English Department’s Thomas Mark Scholar Award.
Working in the arts is amazing—and sometimes difficult. Learn how to take care of yourself by understanding the challenges that are, more or less, common to all artists MU 180A2 Self-care for Creative Arts Majors, is designed to provide creative arts students with an increased understanding of mental, emotional, financial, physical, and social wellness against […]
TH 153 SINGING FOR ACTORS is a fusion of acting technique and singing technique for credible performance in the musical genre. You do not have to be a theatre major to take this class with Broadway singer and actress, Professor Patty Goble. Class size is limited, so sign up today in Aries!