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TEDxCSU to host talk Oct. 11

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TedxCSU will bring a variety of speakers together all under the theme, “Know Better. Do Better,” on Oct. 11, in order to inspire individuals to take action in the Fort Collins community.

The slogan was inspired by Dr. Maya Angelou, a late civil rights activist.


“We believe that this slogan emphasizes the importance of awareness in the pursuit of creating a robust, thriving and just world,” said Christopher Callanan, a junior political science major and TedxCSU member.

According to Callanan, the event will host nine speakers covering a diverse range of topics from locally grown foods, musical performances, science experiments among other things. The event will run from 1 to 6 p.m.

Limited tickets are on sale Wednesday and are free to CSU students at the box office. Members of the community can purchase tickets for $30. Further information can be found on their website.

Collegian Reporter Josephine Bush can be reached at or on Twitter @jobush620.

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