CSU in the News

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  • Nov 28

    Poinsettias bloom for the holidays

    Boulder Daily Camera (11/28/2014)

    "You can find a poinsettia at every retail outlet you can think of, but if you want novel, you have to go to the independent garden centers," says Steven Newman, Greenhouse Crops Extension Specialist and Professor of Floriculture at Colorado State University.

  • Nov 28

    Private dollars to CSU exceed state funding

    Coloradoan (11/28/2014)

    The dinnertime phone calls asking for donations to his alma mater turned Colorado State University alumnus Ed Eggers off.

  • Nov 27

    City: Stadium means $22M needed for transit improvements

    Coloradoan (11/27/2014)

    An on-campus CSU stadium would require up to $24 million in infrastructure improvements to the city of Fort Collins, according to a report released by the city Tuesday.

  • Nov 26

    9 months after surgery, rescued grizzly roams free

    Channel 9 News (11/26/2014)

    Before successful surgery at Colorado State University's James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Marley was living in a concrete pen, suffering from two broken elbows.

  • Nov 26

    CSU Researchers Using Stem Cell Therapy To Treat Kidney Disease In Cats

    CBS4 News Denver (11/26/2014)

    Researchers at Colorado State University are using stem cell therapy to treat kidney disease in cats.

  • Nov 24

    CSU Rams stage remarkable turnaround with "mental makeover"

    Denver Post (11/24/2014)

    Like so many of his teammates, Colorado State wide receiver Charles Lovett got a rude welcome when he began his college football career.

  • Nov 24

    CSU's nonprofit makes big real estate buys

    Coloradoan (11/24/2014)

    Colorado State University's private, nonprofit real estate arm has bought an entire row of homes on the street that would serve as a prime southern gateway and path to an on-campus stadium.

  • Nov 23

    Another hurricane season, minus the hurricanes

    Sarasota Herald-Tribune (11/23/2014)

    “Florida has been very, very lucky,” said Phil Klotzbach, a research scientist with Colorado State University's Tropical Meteorology Project.

  • Nov 23

    Bresnahan to speak as part of Antarctic Lecture Series

    Coloradoan (11/23/2014)

    The event is part of the Antarctic Lecture Series, sponsored by the School of Global Environmental Sustainability at Colorado State University.

  • Nov 23

    Daniel Bejarano scores 22 and Colorado State handles Mercer 75-62

    Fox (11/23/2014)

    Daniel Bejarano scored 22 with seven assists and six rebounds to lead Colorado State over Mercer 75-62 on Sunday.

  • Nov 23

    Maintain your weight and celebrate

    Courier News - New Jersey (11/23/2014)

    A Colorado State University study shows that people may compensate for the extra calories in their drink by eating a little less of their meal.

  • Nov 23

    Seeing the forest through the trees

    Aspen Daily News (11/23/2014)

    A portion of ACES’ role in the plan also has to do with research, and for that they have partnered with Colorado State University doing small-scale “experimental treatments,” which involve the clearing, replanting and monitoring of small areas in the forest.

  • Nov 23

    The Koch Brothers' Next Frontier

    National Journal (11/23/2014)

    Over the past two years, at least 40 bills aimed at weakening or repealing clean-energy mandates have been introduced in legislatures across the country, according to Colorado State University's Center for the New Energy Economy.

  • Nov 22

    Campus Corps mentors help create community for at-risk youth

    Collegian (11/22/2014)

    Colorado State University’s Campus Corps program helps at-risk youth who have been bullied, or have been through the criminal justice system.

  • Nov 22

    Hay supplies expand as market shrinks

    Ag Journal (11/22/2014)

    Year in and year out, alfalfa hay has been one of the most consistently profitable agricultural commodities grown in the region, according to Bruce Bosley, who follows the industry as a cropping systems specialist for Colorado State University.

  • Nov 22

    No. 22 Colorado State Routs New Mexico 58-20

    New York Times (11/22/2014)

    Dee Hart matched a school record with six touchdowns and No. 22 Colorado State amassed a program-best 698 yards of offense as the Rams routed New Mexico 58-20 on Saturday to extend their winning streak to nine straight.

  • Nov 22

    Sweep of Nevada gives CSU Mountain West title outright

    Coloradoan (11/22/2014)

    Now it’s official. The CSU volleyball team is the 2014 Mountain West champion.

  • Nov 21

    Foes of on-campus CSU stadium vow to keep fighting

    Coloradoan (11/21/2014)

    Opponents of building an on-campus stadium at CSU are not giving up the fight despite Wednesday's recommendation of committees made up of university staff and community members that came out in favor of building an on-campus stadium.

  • Nov 21

    Odell brews new expansion plans

    Coloradoan (11/21/2014)

    A 2011 economic impact study by Colorado State University regional economist Martin Shields and research economist Michael Marturana showed six major breweries contributed $83.2 million to the Larimer County payroll and supported 938 direct jobs.

  • Nov 21

    UNM Football: Lobos to battle #22 Colorado State's gaudy offense

    ESPN (11/21/2014)

    Although the Rams' sole loss came in 37-24 defeat to Boise State on Sep. 6, a close competitor to the Lobos two weeks ago, Colorado State's productive offense provides New Mexico’s defense with its toughest task yet.

  • Nov 20

    Colorado is on the cutting edge of agriculture innovation, CSU study finds

    Denver Business Journal (11/20/2014)

    Innovation positions Colorado's Front Range for growth in the agriculture and food system, according to a study Thursday from researchers at Colorado State University.

  • Nov 20

    Colorado State expects 25,000 for final home game

    Coloradoan (11/20/2014)

    CSU has distributed about 20,000 tickets for Saturday's home football game against New Mexico and expects a crowd of about 25,000 for the 11:30 a.m. contest at Hughes Stadium.

  • Nov 20

    CSU Rams are determined to ignore distractions in 9-1 football season

    Denver Post (11/20/2014)

    "First and foremost, our staff does a great job of keeping people grounded," McElwain said. "I think our leadership has been really good, and it hasn't been just the seniors. It doesn't take age to be a leader. We've got a lot of guys in a lot of these classes that have kind of understood the work it takes to be successful. Each Saturday's a new challenge, and we'll find out if we eliminated the clutter come Saturday."

  • Nov 20

    What to do if your dog is aggressive about food, toys

    Coloradoan (11/20/2014)

    Dr. Jennie Willis is an instructor of animal behavior at Colorado State University and consults with people and their pets to improve problem behaviors.

  • Nov 19

    CSU receiver, coach in running for national awards

    Coloradoan (11/19/2014)

    National recognition continues to pour in for what the CSU football team has accomplished this season.

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