CSU In The News Archive

Record cold gives way to warming

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Colorado State University professor Roger Pielke Sr., the state climatologist, said such frigid weather is not uncommon along the Front Range, though it hasn’t been seen in recent years and usually not so early in the season.

Nonfiction for Children

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In ER Vets: Life In An Animal Emergency Room ” (Houghton Mifflin, $17; ages 9-12), Donna M. Jackson offers a captivating behind-the-scenes look at the emergency unit of Colorado State University’s veterinary teaching hospital.

Adoptees hang on to their homelands

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Some families with Asian adoptees also spend time with Asian immigrants to the area through organizations at Colorado State University such as the Asian/Pacific American Student Services, which runs a mentoring program for children of Asian descent.

NCAR study: Land use affects climate

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Roger Pielke Sr., a Colorado State University professor and global warming climate change skeptic, agrees with Feddema’s conclusions and wants to see the climate community consider land cover as a factor of climate change.

Outfitting fido

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Greyhounds, for example, shouldn’t be left outside at all. The breed, more than 4,000 years old, according to Jamtgaard, originated in Egypt and was used to hunt gazelles. Putting a jacket on a greyhound, or other thin-coated dogs such as …