When Vincent Michel started out as a history major in 2018, he didn’t expect to be walking across the stage at commencement with four different majors behind him as he did a few weeks ago in Moby Arena. “I’d like to say there was a masterplan for adding all these [majors], but really it all […]
A Brief History of Colorado’s Ski Expansion with Colorado Tourism and Ski Historian Michael Childers Listen to Ski Historian Michael Childers on the Audit below: The route along Interstate 70 (I-70) from Denver to Vail Ski Resort stretches a little more than 100 miles. Along that route, you’ll pass under the Eisenhower Tunnel, through Copper […]
From voters rejecting a bid to host the Winter Olympics to the Earth Liberation Front’s attack on Vail Ski Resort, CSU Associate Professor Michael Childers says it hasn’t been all powder for Colorado’s snow business.
The BIPOC Joy Art Show challenges the constant focus on trauma that Black, Indigenous and People of Color are often reduced to, prioritizing happiness and hope over suffering and hardship.
CSU Professor and early North American history expert Ann Little spoke with The Audit about America’s history of witch trials and how society may not have come as far since that era as people think.
To the experts and enthusiasts of early North American history, Ann Little, Ph.D., is perhaps best known for her work as a CSU professor of 21 years and as an award-winning author. But to the viewers who tuned into the July 31 episode of NBC’s “Who Do You Think You Are?”, Little was the expert […]
Orsi will begin his one-year position as the State Historian and leader of History Colorado’s State Historian’s Council on Aug. 1, Colorado Day.
This past semester, I interned at CSU’s Public Lands History Center and had the opportunity to learn more about environmental history and public history. As an intern, I wrote two blog posts for the PLHC’s website, one on the history of water management in Las Vegas and another on how popular literature about the outdoors […]
My name is Lauren Hennessey, and I am a third-year student at CSU majoring in history. I had the wonderful opportunity to intern at the Public Lands History Center in Spring 2022 and work alongside the Center’s program manager, Ariel Schnee, Director, Dr. Jared Orsi, and a team of graduate students. This was my first […]
On the border between Mexico and Arizona is the postage stamp-sized oasis of Quitobaquito. But while the pond itself is tiny, what it holds is immense