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VetEx climbers on Mount Rainier. From left to right: Nathan perrault, Nathan vass, Richard salas, Sandra sandrute. (Photo By: Nick Watson)

Go Outdoors: CSU Graduate leads veterans on Mount Rainier

Nevin Fowler August 13, 2016

Nathan Perrault, a graduate of Colorado State University`s Human Dimension of Natural Resources program, led a group of U.S military veterans to the  summit of Mount Rainier. The dormant volcano, which...

Elizabeth Hale is one of 195 finalists competing for the Truman Scholarship. This nationally competitive award offers $30,000 towards graduate school.

First CSU student in 40 years named Truman Scholar

Pamela Shapiro May 5, 2016

One Colorado State University student received the Truman Scholarship after three students were named finalists earlier this semester. Elizabeth Hale is a senior studying international studies and is...

(Photo courtesy Bohemian Foundation)

Project Homeless Connect provides homeless community with medical, financial and professional services

Gina Spoden April 11, 2016

Fort Collins has repeatedly been named one of the top cities to live in, but for the homeless, it can be a struggle just to survive. Numerous organizations have attempted to alleviate homelessness in...

President of the Alpha Phi Omega co-ed Fraternity, Ashley Todd, has been involved with the organization for over two years. She will be graduating next December with a degree in Business Marketing and Management.

CSU’s co-ed fraternity Alpha Phi Omega’s focus is giving back

Ashley Haberman December 14, 2015

The college life experience provides opportunities to explore multiple facets of involvement, creativity and community — sororities and fraternities are a part of this for many students at Colorado...

Giving back during the holidays

Giving back during the holidays

Kathleen Keaveny December 12, 2014

When the holidays roll around, many people become consumed with the stress of finding perfect gifts for their loved ones, the money to purchase them and whether or not a significant other will pick...

Chad Pasma, senior civil engineering major and Nick Gorman, sophomore undeclared major, use teamwork to put leaves into a trash bag during Fall Clean-Up on Saturday morning.

Fall Clean-Up connects Colorado State University community and local residents

Christina Vessa October 30, 2014

[new_royalslider id="225"] Photo Credit: Christina Vessa The annual Fall Clean-Up service event will take place on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. throughout the City of Fort Collins. Volunteers...

CSU womens soccer returns home to face Air Force, Colorado College

CSU women’s soccer returns home to face Air Force, Colorado College

Sam Lounsberry October 9, 2014

Colorado State's women's soccer team is back at home for two conference matches this weekend against in-state rivals and Colorado Cup competitors Air Force and Colorado College on Friday and Sunday,...

Murphy Center for Hope does big things for community

Murphy Center for Hope does big things for community

March 11, 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yb32Px-K6uA&feature=youtu.be The Murphy Center for Hope in North Fort Collins has been providing service to homeless or near homeless people since 2009. This building...

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