“He called me Squaw.” That’s the first time Susan Devan Harness (M.A., ’06, ’16) remembers realizing she was different. Her classmate used the derogatory term describing an American Indian woman or wife. She was in third grade.
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Among the extraordinary array of careers held by CSU alumni is the ministry. The paths Aggies and Rams have taken to the ministry are as varied as the nature of their service, which ranges from church pastor to ministry organizations.
James Iacino (B.A., ‘05; M.B.A., ‘12), CEO of Seattle Fish Co., credits lessons learned at CSU for inspiring real-world business innovation.
When does working 45 years at the same organization become something other than a career? Dianna Kunz (B.S., ’70) says of her time at Volunteers of America: “It grabbed me because it was about meeting basic needs. It was more of a calling than a job.”
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Connie Hanrahan turned a business connection she made while working for the Collegian as a student into a successful career as a marketing and event management business owner.
Senior Kelcey Bedard earns weekly conference recognition for the second time this indoor season and the fifth time in her career.
Nine-month-old orphan Annie was destined for a hard-knock life when she was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect. But the shelter kitten was given a second chance when veterinarians from Colorado State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital performed corrective surgery.
A lifelong love of health, fitness, and science has inspired alumna Jane Sullivan’s (M.S., ’90) support of the Department of Health and Exercise Science.
Albert Yates, who left a strong, lasting legacy as the 12th president of Colorado State University, received the Founders Day Medal on Feb. 11 as CSU celebrated its 149th birthday.