CSU in the News

The success and expertise of Colorado State University, its programs and its people are highlighted in hundreds of newspaper, magazine, television, radio and electronic media stories each month by local, regional, national and international news organizations. Following is a sample of news stories from the past few days.


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  • Sep 9

    Several Colorado universities land a spot on Best Colleges ranking

    Denver Business Journal (9/9/2914)

    Colorado State University (CSU) came in at No. 58 on the Public Schools list and landed a No. 121 spot on the national rankings list of all schools.

  • Dec 22

    Finding humane way to control a herd

    Bismarck Tribune (12/22/2014)

    Dan Baker, a research biologist at Colorado State University’s animal reproduction and biotechnology laboratory, is in charge of the experimental contraception program.

  • Dec 22

    Labeling of genetically modified foods

    Stable Management (12/22/2014)

    Many horse owners are becoming more concerned about the ingredients in their own and their horses’ food. The following information from Colorado State University can help you better understand genetically modified foods.

  • Dec 20

    Chabad of Northern Colorado and Colorado State University host annual menorah lighting

    Collegian (12/20/2014)

    Dreidels to spin, gelt to win and a whole lot of Hanukkah cheer filled the LSC Plaza on Thursday night at Colorado State University’s annual Menorah Lighting celebration.

  • Dec 20

    Utah spoils memorable season for Colorado State in bowl

    Coloradoan (12/20/2014)

    A season to remember ended with a bowl to forget for the Colorado State football team Saturday.

  • Dec 19

    Colorado State University student honors veterans with World War II dioramas

    Collegian (12/19/2014)

    Standing in the basement of the Ward Building in Loveland with a pencil behind his ear, a smudged smock and a look of determination is his eye is Andres Flores, a junior art major at Colorado State University.

  • Dec 19

    Denver mayor: Lodging tax hike may help pay for National Western plan

    Denver Post (12/19/2014)

    The other partners on board are the nonprofit National Western Stock Show organization, Colorado State University, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science and the History Colorado Center.

  • Dec 19

    Natural Grocers drops Noosa over dairy standards

    Coloradoan (12/19/2014)

    Temple Grandin, Colorado State University professor in animal sciences, said grass-feeding these days can pose a problem: "With the modern dairy cow, she's been so bred for milk production, she cannot live solely on grass."

  • Dec 18

    City unveils new plans for National Western Complex; Costs uncertain

    Channel 2 (12/18/2014)

    The city wants to partner with the Western Stock Show (which hosts the site's premiere event in January) and Colorado State University, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and History Colorado for a new campus that "celebrates Colorado's western heritage and serves the New West."

  • Dec 18

    National Western Stock Show would get extreme makeover under redevelopment plan

    Denver Business Journal (12/18/2014)

    The stock show has brought in several partners on the project, including the city of Denver, Colorado State University, History Colorado and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.

  • Dec 18

    Senior linebackers lead way for CSU defense

    Coloradoan (12/18/2014)

    The CSU linebacker will sing rhythm and blues songs or island music or just about anything that comes to mind. Just about any kind of music other than rap can be played on a ukulele, Davis said.

  • Dec 18

    World’s oldest African penguin fights skin cancer

    Audubon Magazine (12/18/2014)

    At age 40, Tess is currently the world's oldest living African Penguin. The joy of growing old is accompanied by inevitable ailments in penguins, too -- last month, Tess was diagnosed with skin cancer. Her vets at Colorado’s Pueblo Zoo realized they could treat the exotic bird, giving Tess another superlative: first African Penguin to undergo cancer treatment.

  • Dec 17

    Colorado State's Foss earns AVCA All-America honors

    Coloradoan (12/17/2014)

    CSU’s Deedra Foss capped her college volleyball career Wednesday with All-American honors.

  • Dec 16

    5 Tricks to Get More From Your Fitness Tracker

    TIME (12/16/2014)

    "They don't work as well on resistance exercises," says the study's co-author Ray Browning of Colorado State University.

  • Dec 16

    Colorado State search for coach ongoing

    Loveland Reporter-Herald (12/16/2014)

    Colorado State executive director of public affairs and communications Mike Hooker said that "discussions and conversations" with potential candidates are ongoing, but wouldn't go so far as to say interviews have taken place, informally or formally. "We expect to make a decision soon," Hooker said. "We don't want to rush through it, because we want to make the right choice."

  • Dec 16

    CSU can tell its story to the nation

    Longmont Times-Call (12/16/2014)

    Colorado State University, the state's land-grant school, has emerged as a power in its own right, in the classrooms and research labs as well as in intercollegiate sports.

  • Dec 16

    One month left to apply for Blue Ocean Challenge

    BizWest (12/16/2014)

    The deadline to apply to compete in the CSU Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge, an annual business pitch competition in Colorado, is Jan. 16.

  • Dec 15

    Colorado State basketball almost ranked in Top 25

    Coloradoan (12/15/2014)

    The Rams, one of nine undefeated teams in the country with a record of 10-0, received 75 points in the poll released Monday -- three spots out of the top 25.

  • Dec 15

    CSU’s ticket sales for bowl game nearing 3,300

    Coloradoan (12/15/2014)

    CSU had sold 3,283 tickets for Saturday’s Las Vegas Bowl as of Monday morning, ticket manager Jessica Stremming said.

  • Dec 15

    Frei: If CSU football is a steppingstone, that's not all bad

    Denver Post (12/15/2014)

    With the Colorado State Rams set to leave for Las Vegas on Tuesday night, it's doubtful that an official announcement about Jim McElwain's successor will be made in advance of the Saturday bowl game against Utah.

  • Dec 15

    Larry Eustachy happier than he's ever been, and Colorado State is 10-0

    USA Today (12/15/2014)

    Eustachy, the third-year Colorado State coach with a personality as distinct as his back story, has returned to college basketball's national conversation. The Rams (10-0) are one of nine undefeated teams in the country.

  • Dec 14

    Housing costs outstrip incomes, putting Colorado economy at risk

    Denver Post (12/14/2014)

    "If you scratch under the surface, there are plenty of folks coming out of the recession with flat or very minimal wage growth," said Phyllis Resnick, lead economist for the Colorado Futures Center at Colorado State University.

  • Dec 13

    Althea4Althea Against Ebola raises awareness and funds for Liberian student

    Collegian (12/13/2014)

    Colorado State University sophomore biology major Althea Weeks held her Althea4Althea Against Ebola presentation in Laurel Village’s Pavilion Thursday to raise awareness and funds for her friend in Liberia, also named Althea Weeks.

  • Dec 13

    Broncos, CSU partner to create sports management program

    Denver Post (12/13/2014)

    A new partnership between the Denver Broncos and Colorado State University will allow CSU students interested in sports management to engage in hands-on experiences with the Broncos organization.

  • Dec 13

    Colorado cluster wants to boost local food’s economic heft

    Fence Post (12/13/2014)

    That’s where cities can come in to identify and fortify clusters, said Becca Jablonski, a postdoctoral fellow in the agricultural and resource economics department at Colorado State University.

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