On Jan. 26, College of Liberal Arts faculty across disciplines provided insight and information about the Biden-Harris administration, what they may focus on, and what they will be able to accomplish.
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.
Right Place, Right Time On the surface, it may look like Brett Okamoto’s story is a case of being “at the right place, at the right time,” but Okamoto’s (‘08, Journalism and Technical Communication) job as ESPN Mixed Martial Arts reporter was no coincidence. He maximized his time, took advantage of opportunities, and strategically networked […]
“I always knew I wanted to be a journalist, ever since I was 15 years old. … I never went into [economics] with the intention of how it was going to differentiate me, but I was seeking another major that ideally makes one equipped to cover something interesting, and this was the field I found […]
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.
As a print journalist, author, screenwriter, and now as a faculty member in the Department of Journalism and Media Communications, David Freed made a meaningful impact on the field of journalism and the lives of many.
When Colorado State University senior journalism major Shawn Wahlmeier walked into base camp at Denver Startup Week last Wednesday morning, he had no idea what the day would hold.
As the national parks brace for throngs of summer visitors hoping to catch a glimpse of wildlife, Colorado State University faculty and students are improving the way parks keep people from getting too close to wild animals.