Partners from around the state will come together Saturday to serve Colorado-sourced meals to 3,000 football fans as part of CSU's annual Ag Day.
Brian Crespo-Jaquez, an agriculture economics major, grew up on a local family farm. When CSU offered a scholarship, it let him play football and get home for Sunday dinner.
Organizers of the 36-year-old tradition said they are aiming to raise $60,000 and get 20,000 pounds of food, with the iconic C.A.N.S. Around The Oval celebration scheduled for Oct. 19.
To introduce more audiences to the sport and the organization, the club will be hosting a release party at the brewery, featuring players and ponies.
Jenny (B.S., ’17; M.A.G.R., ’20) and Jake Bennett (B.A., ’17) have deep connections to Colorado State University, and they are now helping young alumni establish theirs, too.
Latinx Heritage Month — Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 — will feature more than a dozen events across CSU and the greater Fort Collins community, with talks from acclaimed authors as well as unique cultural events.
For the first time since 2019, the traditional Fall Address and University Picnic at Colorado State University will return to the historic Oval at 11 a.m. on Sept. 29, in celebration of its 25th anniversary.
The CSU System announced 37 projects originating from Colorado State University will be located for at least the next year at CSU Spur, the CSU System’s new public-facing campus in Denver.
It's that time of year again, when thousands of eight legged arachnids come out of their southeastern Colorado hiding places, looking for love.
Colorado State University’s annual Ag Day tradition returns to campus on Saturday, Sept. 24, for the university’s 41st celebration of agriculture and athletics. Prior to kickoff of the Ram football team’s matchup against Sacramento State, the College of Agricultural Sciences will host the Nutrien Ag Day BBQ in collaboration with Colorado agricultural growers, producers and partners.