CSU In The News Archive

Global warming activists turn storms into spin

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Science doesn’t support a link between global warming and recent hurricane activity, notes Max Mayfield, director of the National Hurricane Center. Katrina and Rita are part of a natural cycle. The increase in number and intensity of storms since 1995 …

Havin some food, learnin’ bout agriculture

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CSU’s home-opening football game against the University of Nevada-Reno followed Ag Day, which saw thousands of CSU alumni, fans and visitors devour Colorado-produced beef, pork, beans, potatoes, bread, sweet corn, apples, melons, lamb, milk, cheese and beer brewed with state-grown …

In the eye of the storms

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Hurricanes have been on the rise in the past decade. William Gray, a Colorado State University professor considered the dean of hurricane scientists, attributes the rise in the number and intensity of hurricanes to a shift since 1995 in seawater …

CSU gets $2.5 million gift

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Colorado State University Friday announced a $2.5 million gift to the College of Business — the college’s largest ever — from two of Fort Collins’ most prominent business and civic leaders.

Everitts give $2.5M to CSU

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Colorado State University’s College of Business received its largest donation ever Friday – a $2.5 million gift from Fort Collins-based Everitt Cos. and the Everitt family.

Generosity is ‘Cool’

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The Colorado State University School Is Cool committee would like to extend its appreciation to everyone who helped make this year’s program the most successful in its 14 years.