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Colorado State President Tony Frank’s Fall Address this Wednesday

Colorado State University President Anthony (Tony) A. Frank. March 28, 2014.
President Tony Frank (Photo credit: Colorado State University)

The annual Fall Address presented by Colorado State University President Tony Frank will be Wednesday, Sept. 10, on the Oval. In the address, Frank will demonstrate University accomplishments from the past year and discuss other topics related to the long-term success of the University.

The address will start at 11:15 a.m. with the Colorado State University Marching Band then Frank speaking at 11:30 a.m. Right after Frank’s speech, the University will put on the University Picnic, serving free food with a variety of food options to satisfy various dietary needs.


Classes that are the same time as the event will not be canceled, but the University has encouraged departments to accommodate those who want to attend. Due to the event, the Oval will be closed to traffic and parking during the day.

Collegian Reporter Skyler Leonard can be reached at or on Twitter @Skyler_Leonard.

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