9News: “Probably more birds than any of us would see in a lifetime are going to move over our state on any given night for the next two weeks,” said Kyle Horton, an assistant professor at Colorado State University (CSU).
CSU In The News Archive
Greeley Tribune: Students who choose an in-person learning environment do so because they want the full experience of being part of a university community — an experience that has been proven over generations to contribute to students’ academic success and …
Popular Science: Research from Colorado State University shows that one serving of THC has a much higher greenhouse gas footprint than a serving of beer, wine, or cigarettes. One of the biggest reasons for this disparity—energy-intensive indoor growing.
The Denver Post: A 66-year-old former police officer was sentenced to four years probation Tuesday after he held at gunpoint a Black Colorado State University student who was going door-to-door as a roofing salesman in Loveland last year.
Greeley Tribune: Colorado State University, like the University of Northern Colorado and Aims Community College in Weld County, has issued plans to return to in-person learning for the fall 2021 semester.
American School & University: The second building under construction at the Colorado State University (CSU) Spur campus in Denver is expected to open next year.
Westword: The organizers of the May 1 CSU Undie Run, the revival of a long-running mass gathering much despised by Colorado State University even before the COVID-19 pandemic, will likely skirt punishment from local health officials, thanks to numbers calculated by the school itself. But …
Ag Journal: From horse therapy to horse marketing, Colorado State University has several unique programs that create opportunities for equine enthusiasts to support student education at the university.
North Forty News: With how quickly the drone industry is expanding, Colorado State University (CSU) ensures that students are prepared to be a part of the exponential growth through a non-credit, Professional Education course.
Coloradoan: With little fanfare, Fort Collins City Council unanimously voted to rezone the former Hughes Stadium site as open lands, following through on the first half of a voter-approved ballot measure. The other half: The city needs to attempt to purchase …