Max-imum impact: Spirit of Philanthropy Award goes to Doug Max

Forty-four years of service to Colorado State University provides some great stories, and, if you’re Doug Max, also makes a big difference. Max (B.S., ’75), who retired in January 2021, had a long and distinguished career in the CSU Department of Athletics. His passion and commitment were honored with the Spirit of Philanthropy Award as part of this year’s Celebrate! Colorado State awards announced on April 26.

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A Man of Meaningful Music and Multiple Names

Ebenezer “Eb” Yebuah (B.S., ’12; M.S., ’14) is also known as Mawule, which means “Only God Knows” in the Ewe tribe of Ghana. He is a singer, recording artist, songwriter, and social activist. Born in Accra, Ghana, Mawule and his family moved to Denver when he was 10. He started singing in church choirs at the age of 14 and writing music soon thereafter.

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