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February 2017 Special Edition
Showcasing Fall 2016
July 2016 Special Edition
May 2016 Special Edition
Showcasing Fall 2015
This fall, Colorado State rings in the change of seasons through milestone celebrations of campus initiatives, grand openings of new buildings, renewed traditions for homecoming weekend and honoring our Ram Family.
CSU’s new stadium’s debut proves to be a showstopper at the Rams’ opening game against Oregon State.
For the first time in nearly 50 years, students, alumni, and Rams fans from far and wide could feel the excitement of an on-campus Game Day Experience.
Homecoming 2017 was full-on fun for all ages.
Home is the place that goes where you go, yet it welcomes you upon your return.
Hundreds in the campus community gathered Oct. 20 for a vigil honoring Savannah McNealy.
CSU celebrated the grand opening of the new Biology Building and the new Chemistry Research Building on Oct. 12 with a ribbon cutting ceremony and tours of both buildings.
Bohemian Foundation gift will create Bryan Willson Presidential Chair in Energy Innovation.
The Commission marks the 20 year anniversary with a community celebration Oct. 3.
Salazar Center for North American Conservation will be housed in CSU’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability.
Even compared to other tropical cyclones, the rain from Harvey was very hard, and went on for a very long time.
CSU’s Health and Medical Center is now open to students and the public. To celebrate, a festive ribbon cutting was held to honor donors, and the public joined us for a Community Open House.
Technological innovation, new business models and evolving consumer tastes and behaviors have forever changed how food is produced.