The result is Sustain Music and Nature, a nonprofit that creates partnerships between the music industry and environmental organizations.
Daily Archives: January 8, 2019
Robin Karst (B.A., ’86) found herself back in Fort Collins 22 years after graduating from Colorado State University thanks to one heck-of-a-good hamburger made in Washington, D.C.
On December 22, a tsunami struck the Sunda Strait in Indonesia without warning, causing tremendous damage to structures and the loss of hundreds of lives. One of the country’s leaders who is dealing with the aftermath of this tragedy is Basuki Hadimuljono (M.S., ’89; Ph.D., ’92), the minister of Public Works and Public Housing.
Say the word “farming,” and images of corn and wheat fields likely pop into the brain. Amy Franklin (D.V.M., ’13) is aiming to change this perception and show how insect farming is an effective and life-changing food source in developing countries.