When Ken Pytluk (B.S., ’98) found FlingGolf he was hooked. In just two short years he went from being a novice to the first FlingGolf world champion.
Author Archives: Matt Manguso
With thousands of varieties of perennial and annual flowering plants, the CSU Trial Garden is one of the premiere public garden experiences in the Rocky Mountain Region. August 6 is the perfect time to visit the gardens. Not only because the flowers are peaking, but because the public can vote for their favorite.
After a two-year hiatus, the Lagoon Concert Series is back, and no one is as excited for the return of live music than Connie Hanrahan. For the past 25 years, her company, Mantooth Co., has been producing and promoting the beloved CSU summer tradition.
As institutions of higher education around the nation mark the 50th anniversary of Title IX, Colorado State University marked a significant milestone of its own: more women leading CSU athletics programs as head coaches than ever before.
Green and gold run deep in the veins of the Heap family: Matt (B.A., ’94) and Beth (B.S., ’93) Heap fell in love on campus, are Lifetime Alumni Association Members, and their daughter, Taylor (B.S., ’22), represents the third generation to attend Colorado State University. The family’s Ram Pride will culminate on May 13 when they kick-off Commencement by ringing the Old Main Bell.
To most people, data is a notoriously cold medium best relegated to spreadsheets and graphs. But Stefanie Posavec (B.F.A., ’02) sees data differently. In her new book, “I am a Book. I am a Portal to the Universe,” Posavec has found a way to show the warmth and playfulness of data.
Brendan and Katie McGivney weren’t expecting to fall in love at Colorado State University. A chance encounter and a shared passion for beer brewing has resulted 26 blissful years of marriage and craft beer making.