Colorado State University Seniors Celebrate Zero-Year Reunion

As summer approaches, an obvious buzz at Colorado State University means that students are anticipating the end of the semester.

For graduating seniors, Zerunion provides an opportunity to let loose and celebrate what they’ve worked so hard for – graduation.

The zero-year reunion provides seniors with an opportunity to relax and unite as the class of 2001 before departing the university. The event will take place at the Alumni Center, 645 S. Shields St., on May 4. Festivities run from 4:30-7 p.m. Seniors can enjoy music by the band HairPlane and food from local restaurants including CB & Potts, Mary’s Mountain Cookies and Walrus Ice Cream. Attendees also can take turns on the mechanical bull or pose for a picture with Cam the Ram, Colorado State’s mascot.

The event is free and open to Colorado State seniors only. For more information, contact Krista Summers or Rachel McDaniel at (970) 491-6533.