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CSU Japan Cup places 1st and 3rd!

CONGRATULATIONS! The CSU Japan Cup teams placed 1st and 3rd in the 2018 Japan Cup Level IV that was held on April 7, at the Front Range Community College in Westminster, Colorado. A team of three second-year Japanese students that won 1st place advanced to the final round by winning the tie-breaker in the preliminary […]

Languages Spotlight: Brenna Carter

Brenna Carter is no stranger to unique surroundings. At 8 years old, she enrolled in a dance academy to focus on ballet. To accomplish this, she had to forgo a traditional school, and often spent her summers cross training to keep in top shape for ballet.   The hard work has paid off. She earned […]

Outstanding Graduates: Josh Horner

Read about Spanish Major Josh Horner and his amazing story! Josh Horner, College of Liberal Arts

College of Liberal Arts Magazine: Winter 2016 Issue

Read all about all of the great things happening in Languages, Literatures and Cultures, as well as the rest of the College of Liberal Arts. Current Issue

Languages Spotlight: Raeann Magill

Ewe make me smile

Raeann Magill had big dreams to study abroad. A junior soil and crop sciences major with a minor in Spanish, she first started studying Spanish in high school and had always thought about going abroad at some point after college. But as she followed her journey through Spanish at CSU, she had an epiphany: “I […]

From Source: Chuchang Chiu among Best Teachers honored by the CSU Alumni Association

Chiu Chuchang

Each year the CSU Alumni Association recognizes outstanding university educators with Best Teacher Awards. Teachers are nominated by students and alumni, and final selections are made by a committee that includes faculty, students and members of the Alumni Association. This year’s awards dinner is set for 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday at the Lory […]

Article in Source: Elizabeth Hale named Truman Scholar

Elizabeth Hale scholarship recepient

For the first time in nearly 40 years, a Colorado State University student will receive a Truman Scholarship, one of the most prestigious national scholarships in the United States. Elizabeth Hale, an international studies major with a concentration in Middle Eastern and North African Studies, is among the 54 Truman Scholars selected nationwide this year. […]

April 2016: International Book Day!

International Book Day

On Friday, April 22, 2016 we will celebrate the International Book Day (Officially on April 23. UNESCO) at the CSU Library. Since this year we are also commemorating the 400th university of the death of Cervantes and Shakespeare (1616) both authors will be the center our own CSU celebration. And while we remember Cervantes and […]

April 2016: Cuba in Transition – Culture and Society during Changing Times

Cuba Symposium

On April 15th, this symposium will offer the Fort Collins community a diverse perspective on Cuba. Cubans have been at the center of extraordinary historical events, and despite their isolation, they continue to inspire people around the world with their culture, music, and ideas. This event looks at the effects of economic and political change […]

Article in Source: CSU prepared alumna for Paris — and brewery engineering

CSU alumna in Paris

When Allison Martz was a young girl, her mother used to speak French to her. Her mom passed away when Martz was 11 years old, so when she got the chance to study French at Colorado State University and visit Paris in an education abroad program, it was especially meaningful. Martz in front of the […]

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International Careers Panel

International Careers Panel, March 28, 2018, 3pm - 5pm

Environment and Conflict in Latin America

  Invitation to Attend Symposium to discuss the interrelated aspects of environmental conflict in Latin America and their cultural representation. For more information, click on the image. In Lory Student [...]

Mardi Gras 2018