CSU In The News Archive

Smashing Records

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The monsoon rains that normally douse the heat haven’t arrived this summer, allowing the region to sizzle with consistently high temperatures, said Colorado State University professor Roger Pielke, the state climatologist.

Barnyard buddies make fast friends

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And they’re together now at Colorado State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Junior has deformed legs that have become so bad he can no longer stand up. Mager took Junior to CSU Monday for an MRI, and she got permission to …

CSU vet helps limit elephant numbers at source

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As a tranquilized bull elephant dangled from a crane at the side of a remote road in South Africa last month, Dean Hendrickson inserted a laparoscope and prepared to perform a vasectomy. Layers of fat obscured his view, and the …

Push America Visits Marshalltown

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If you think the movie “Animal House” reflects college fraternity life than you have not met the men of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. Some members of the fraternity are spending their summer cycling cross-country raising funds and awareness for people …

Vet takes knife to prolific pachyderms

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A big job? No one knows it better than Colorado State University veterinarian Dean Hendrickson, who has been working with South African authorities to perfect the world’s first “snip in time” for male elephants, a form of pachyderm population control …

Accessible homes ready for anything

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Making an air-tight home is one way to increase efficiency, but Brian Dunbar, a professor of construction management and the director of The Institute for the Built Environment at Colorado State University, said efficiency can be as easy as taking …

Fire in the (Earth’s) belly

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In “Rising Fire: Volcanoes and Our Inner Lives,” Colorado State University creative writing teacher John Calderazzo tells of a farmer who tilled his field in 1944 as lava bubbled up beneath him.