The Colorado State University Alumni Association kicked off Homecoming and Family Weekend by honoring the 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award recipients.
Extraordinary Ram Spirit
Joel Cantalamessa (B.A., ’95) receives 2021 Larry LaSasso Spirit Award
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CSU Alumni Stories
The Larry LaSasso Spirit Award has been presented annually since 1983 to individuals who have demonstrated extraordinary spirit and support for CSU Athletics. The 2021 recipient is Joel Cantalamessa (B.A., ’95), who also received the CSU Alumni Association’s Graduate of the Last Decade Award in 2007.
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One does not expect inspirational encounters in an airport, but that is exactly what happened to Marty Lenz (B.A., ’90) on a Friday morning in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He spotted Temple Grandin, CSU professor of animal science and world-renown expert in animal welfare and autism, walking through the concourse.
A year after a Homecoming that was a bit different thanks to the pandemic, the Colorado State University community gathered together once again for traditions that have defined the Ram experience for decades.
Haley Cameron (B.A., ’15) took a somewhat circuitous route to CSU, but once she settled in, she found a new home and a calling to make a difference through work supporting philanthropic giving to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
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