A retrospective on the biggest CSU stories of the year.
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The result is Sustain Music and Nature, a nonprofit that creates partnerships between the music industry and environmental organizations.
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.
Ama Arthur-Asmah (B.A., ’07) is an award-winning video journalist at 9News in Denver. Watch as she explains why she is Proud. To Be. A CSU Ram.
Barb (B.A.,’70) and John (B.S., ’71) Messineo met on campus and have spent half a century together, using the outstanding photography, writing, and copyediting skills they honed at CSU to tell stories.
A monthly listing of alumni accomplishments, milestones, and announcements. Catch up on your classmates and submit your own announcement!
Remember the ‘Skeller? Floris Delée’s enduring passion for fermentation, craft beer, and the CSU community has come full circle with the success of the new Ramskeller on-campus teaching brewery.
Rams are everywhere, and they’re hiring. The Colorado State University LinkedIn group lists jobs and provides networking opportunities for all CSU alumni, whether you’re entering the workforce for the first time or changing career paths.
A comprehensive new website providing information about the search for Colorado State University’s next president will serve as a resource for presidential candidates while also providing information about CSU for the general public.