A Colorado State University center that gives students real-world experience in the publishing industry has received an infusion of funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.
“Light abandons us and a darkness replaces it.” Instantly, a billion cicadas begin trilling in the dense, velvety void. ~ Prologue, Appropriate by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins Drenched in historic and relevant themes dealing with race relations and suppressed emotions, Colorado State University Theatre’s daring play is fairly new and being performed in the region for the first […]
Madeline and Matthew Harvey Take Root at CSU By Nicole Towne, SMTD Publicity Intern Madeline Harvey and Matthew Harvey are dancers. They started before the age of 10. They are professionals on the stage. They are professors in the classroom, and in 2013, they decided to make a life-long commitment to each other that remains […]
Chris Fisher and Amy Prieto will be among speakers at the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, Feb. 15-19.
CSU football great’s art brings Comanche heritage to life.
Story by Tony Phifer. Originally published on SOURCE. Albert Bimper, associate professor of ethnic studies and a senior associate athletic director for diversity and inclusion at CSU, has been selected by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education as one of its 15 Emerging Scholars across the nation. Not bad for man who, as a teenager, was […]
On Jan. 8, 2018, the Colorado Trust hosted a webinar on rural economic development featuring Stephan Weiler, Dept of Economics, Dawn Thilmany and Becca Jablonski, Dept of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
Kick off the New Year by visiting the new and revamped exhibitions at the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art. The permanent exhibitions feature new works of art, so the galleries will be a new experience for even frequent museum-goers.Kick off the New Year by visiting the new and revamped exhibitions at the Gregory Allicar Museum […]
What defines success? What makes a meaningful life? In the Winter 2017 issue of the College of Liberal Arts Magazine, we share the stories of our alumni, students, and faculty as they answer these questions in the form of making a difference – small or large – in their local communities, at the national level, […]