The CSU softball team clinched the 2019 Mountain West Conference championship and an automatic berth in the NCAA tournament 25 years after the program was reinstated. The achievement fulfilled a promise players and coaches made to each other to honor the program’s past and the alumni who built the foundation for their success. We caught up with one of those alumni, CSU Athletics Hall of Fame inductee Jen Buford (B.A., ’99).
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For the first time in 15 seasons, the Colorado State softball team is Mountain West Champions.
The new JBS Global Food Innovation Center in honor of Gary & Kay Smith lifts CSU’s College of Agricultural Sciences to new heights.
A contemporary building boom – spanning a decade and transforming campus with nearly $1.5 billion in construction – continues to dramatically boost CSU teaching, research, and outreach.
Dantiel “Tiel” Daniels (B.A., ’16) will receive his master’s degree in education and human resource studies during spring commencement ceremonies this weekend. It’s a phenomenal vindication for a young man born with lead poisoning, diagnosed with learning disabilities in reading and writing, and told he would be fortunate to graduate from high school.
Five new graduates explain why they chose to become Life Members of the CSU Alumni Association.
After three seasons growing in the challenging conditions of the Rocky Mountains, five perennial plants have been named “Top Performers” by researchers at Colorado State University.
A tiny spiral-bound booklet, 1946-47 Colorado A&M Frosh Bible, recently came into our possession. Its purpose was to introduce “the class of ’50 to Aggie life, policies, ideals, and spirit.” Flipping through the pages of this booklet reminds us of how much has changed in the last two-thirds of a century as well as those things that have endured.
CSU Alumni and Fort Collins residents may remember Batson’s Drug Store on College Avenue near campus, but they probably didn’t realize that its owner, John Perry Batson (B.A., ’43), was a decorated World War II veteran who stormed Utah Beach during the D-Day invasion of Normandy.