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CSU listens to public concerns in search for new president

CSU listens to public concerns in search for new president

Ivy Secrest, Life and Culture Director August 28, 2022

Since former President Joyce McConnell left Colorado State University, the question of who will replace her has been left open.  On Aug. 26, the committee responsible for searching for the next CSU...

A man talks to a crowd of protesters.

GWOC, AAUP rally for better wages, an end to fees

Katrina Leibee, Editor in Chief May 4, 2022

The Graduate Workers Organizing Cooperative and the American Association of University Professors gathered outside the Colorado State University Administration Building May 3 to rally for better wages. The...

The Vida building at the Colorado State University Spur campus is open to the public six days a week

Expanding the CSU brand: How Spur came to Denver

Serena Bettis, Content Managing Editor April 6, 2022

It started with a need, and now, it looks to fulfill its mission by meeting the needs of its community: the state of Colorado. Fourteen years ago, the National Western Stock Show needed new, updated...

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