CSU In The News Archive

Wired for excitement

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The teenager is not crazy or the loser of a dare. Calvin Burdick is one of the roughly 8,000 people who this year will participate in the Challenge Course programs offered at Colorado State University.

For fireflies, it’s a lightning year

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While tons of fireflies live in Colorado, the few species that light up are uncommon, said Whitney Cranshaw, an entomologist at Colorado State University, although he recently spotted some pinpoint lights in an onion field north of Fort Collins.

For fireflies, it’s a lightning year

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While tons of fireflies live in Colorado, the few species that light up are uncommon, said Whitney Cranshaw, an entomologist at Colorado State University, although he recently spotted some pinpoint lights in an onion field north of Fort Collins.

New Hurricane-Forecast Tool Debuts (And Just in Time)

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William Gray, a pioneer in long-range hurricane forecasting who is based at Colorado State University, thinks seven hurricanes will form in the Atlantic Basin this year. (The region includes the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico.) The professor of atmospheric …

Pingree Park knows the ropes

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Tucked into the pine trees of Pingree Park mountain campus, a ropes course designed to bring out both teamwork and personal drive just got a little more challenging. Colorado State University’s mountain campus has added a 45-foot-high climbing wall and …

Weather allowing for fish studies

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The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and Colorado State University took the lead to evaluate larval transport and habitat use. At each targeted flow, they released 3 million biodegradable, color-coded beads that simulated drifting larvae and between 100,000 and 400,000 …