The recipient of this year’s Albert C. Yates Student Leadership Award, Ally Murphy Pauletto (B.A., ’21; B.S., ’21), has left her mark on athletic record books, campus organizations and activities, and the memories of those with whom she interacted.
Ebenezer “Eb” Yebuah (B.S., ’12; M.S., ’14), also known as Mawule, is a singer, recording artist, songwriter, and social activist.
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Alumnus Tim O’Hara and his friend, Lori Joseph, turned the tragedy of Colorado wildfires into inspiration for a wonderfully generous creative endeavor.
When longtime Alamosa, Colorado, veterinarian Ben Konishi (D.V.M., ’50) passed away in 2018, generations of his grateful clients contributed to a Colorado State University scholarship established in his honor by his family.
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Ebenezer “Eb” Yebuah (B.S., ’12; M.S., ’14) is also known as Mawule, which means “Only God Knows” in the Ewe tribe of Ghana. He is a singer, recording artist, songwriter, and social activist. Born in Accra, Ghana, Mawule and his family moved to Denver when he was 10. He started singing in church choirs at the age of 14 and writing music soon thereafter.
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Once again, the annual Day of Giving at Colorado State University, held from noon May 6 to noon May 7 this year, demonstrated the collective power – and participation – of Rams.
Just west of Colorado State University’s main campus in Fort Collins, the new state-of-the-art Temple Grandin Equine Center opened its doors recently as the new home of one of the leading equine-assisted services facilities in the world.
Linda Randall and her husband, Gerald Hazelbauer, have given a $1M bequest, plus annual cash support to the English department via the Marty Bucco Award for Creative Teaching & Scholarship fund.
Forty-four years of service to Colorado State University provides some great stories, and, if you’re Doug Max, also makes a big difference. Max (B.S., ’75), who retired in January 2021, had a long and distinguished career in the CSU Department of Athletics. His passion and commitment were honored with the Spirit of Philanthropy Award as part of this year’s Celebrate! Colorado State awards announced on April 26.
As many of us are observing safer at home suggestions, are working at home, or are looking for work, we are left to wonder what the world and job market will look like in the next months and possibly years.
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