Remembering an Extraordinary Ram

Michael Corke (B.A., ’88; M.S., ’03) passed away in June of 2020 after a valiant decades-long struggle with sickle cell anemia. His fraternity brothers have ensured that he will be remembered by creating the Michael Corke Phi Beta Sigma Memorial Award, which will be given to individuals who participate in CSU’s student athlete internship program.

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Becoming Expert by Doing

Megan Larson (B.F.A., ’08) and her husband Miles (B.S., ’20), better known as “Mick,” were born in Choteau, Montana, a town of about 1500 people. Her journey to award-winning business owner in Northern Colorado is about making the most of every opportunity, working hard, and helping others.

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Culture, Heritage, and Community

The CSU Alumni Association’s Albert C. Yates Student Leadership Award is given to a student who demonstrates strong involvement, leadership, and a commitment to upholding CSU’s values, traditions, and spirit. This year’s recipient, Alanis Hernandez, is a truly extraordinary young woman, a first-generation student who is deeply committed to her cultural heritage and to helping others succeed and appreciate diversity.

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Outfitted for Success

Camie Haskins (B.S., ’05) returned to the Colorado mountain community she grew up in after graduating from Colorado State University. There, she and her husband, Casey, built a quintessentially rugged Western business and life.

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Preserving Presidential History

Where does one go to find information on President Herbert Hoover for a paper in history class or to learn the origins of a government program or agency from that era? An extraordinary number of people seeking similar information communicate with Lynn Smith, (M.A. , ’91), the audiovisual archivist at the Hoover Presidential Library and Museum in West Branch, Iowa.

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