ACT Human Rights Film Festival sweeps area news outlets

The ACT Human Rights Film Festival, produced by the Department of Communication Studies, has gained a wide range of attention from area news outlets in recent days. Colorado Public Radio, the Coloradoan and the Rocky Mountain Collegian have each featured stories about the inaugural film fest, which is kicking off its inaugural year on Friday, […]

ACT Human Rights Film Festival at CSU releases full schedule

This article is about a past event. For current information about the ACT Film Festival, visit By Jeff Dodge, as appearing in SOURCE The ACT Human Rights Film Festival at Colorado State University has announced its much-anticipated lineup of screenings and discussions for its inaugural April 15-22 run. The full schedule and tickets for […]

Save the date: Human rights film festival debuts in Fort Collins

By Carol Busch Some of the world’s most powerful cinematic stories of struggle and hope will be told when Colorado State University’s Department of Communication Studies hosts the inaugural ACT Human Rights Film Festival April 15-22, on campus and at the Lyric Cinema Café in Fort Collins. The festival is the city and state’s first-ever […]

By the numbers: College of Liberal Arts

By Megan Fischer, as appearing in The Rocky Mountain Collegian The College of Liberal Arts is the currently the biggest college at Colorado State University. It houses 12 departments, as well as the School of Music, Theater and Dance and two additional programs and majors, which include international studies concentrations, the liberal arts interdisciplinary major and […]

College of Liberal Arts Dean Ann Gill to retire after 36-year-long career

By Tatiana Parafiniuk-Talesnick, as appearing in The Rocky Mountain Collegian After a nearly four-decade-old career at Colorado State University, and with retirement around the corner, the dean of the College of Liberal Arts has many accomplishments she could share. However, Ann Gill is not one to boast. “I feel incredibly blessed to have had this job […]

LEAP Institute for the Arts welcomes visiting scholar from Germany

The LEAP Institute for the Arts welcomes Visiting Scholar Dr. Gesa Birnkraut from Germany who will be in residence at CSU until January 4, 2016. Gesa came to the U.S. to study arts entrepreneurship. Dr. Birnkraut is a professor at the University of Applied Sciences in Osnabrück where she teaches in a Master’s program for […]