Jackson Hunter has served as the president of the Liberal Arts Dean’s Leadership Council and competed in the 2022 World Championships for Irish Dance while earning his two degrees in political science and history.
After more than 50 years, the most heavily utilized academic building on the Fort Collins main campus is getting a makeover.
The 14th century is known for catastrophe.
This summer, the College of Liberal Arts is excited to offer a 9-credit opportunity for undergraduate students to study the environmental humanities during Summer Session at CSU’s Mountain Campus.
CSU Libraries is helping to connect history students with the research materials they need to succeed in tough classes.
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
Frank Boring is seen here outside of the CSU History Main Office holding his 2021 Telly Award for his documentary “The Great Experiment: Colorado State University 150 Year History” made through CSI Films On PBS. Frank collaborated with History faculty, Dr. Jared Orsi and undergraduate student, Charlie Dreyer to create this documentary, highlighting the history […]
The exponential growth in visitors is generating pollution and putting wildlife at risk to a degree that threatens the future of the park system.
Yufna Soldier Wolf works with CSU and the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery to preserve her father, Mark Soldier Wolf’s, collection of Northern Arapaho documents
When the Confederate army surrendered in April 1865, graybacks lost any remaining value they might have had.