CSU In The News Archive

Turning the Tide

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A study conducted by Colorado State University demonstrated just that. Water use declined to 15.6 billion gallons in 2002 across all Colorado courses, which represented less than one percent of water Colorado consumes each year. In addition to mandated cutbacks, …

Business Briefs

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The executive vice president and worldwide publisher for Newsweek magazine has been recognized by Colorado State University’s College of Business as its 2005 Honor Alumnus.

CSU Honors its Own TV veterinarian, Newsweek VP

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All roads lead back to Fort Collins for select Colorado State University alumni. An entrepreneurial pioneer in bringing telecommunications to Russia, a veterinarian from Animal Planet’s “Emergency Vets” and an executive vice president of Newsweek magazine will receive awards from …

Pet Hospice Helps Man, Best Friends

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Run through CSU’s Argus Institute, the pet hospice offers care for terminally ill pets focusing on pain control and providing physical comfort for the pet, while giving the owner educational and emotional support.

Pleas Hit Home for Lawmakers

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…says longtime Capitol observer and Colorado State University political scientist John Straayer, the numerous committee hearings and floor debates of the House and Senate preclude any one person’s plea from being weighed too much. “It’s probably a useful and emotionally …

New Hurricane Forecast Devised

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“Their forecast looks to show moderate skill over the past 54 years,” said Phil Klotzbach, a research associate with the Colorado State University. Every year, the Colorado group issues a hurricane forecast for the Atlantic basin based on El Nino …