“Beyond bad hombres, mamacitas, and borders: Rethinking representation of Mexicanidad in 2017 animation Coco”

Dr. Julia Khrebtan-Hörhager & Emily Dosch’s paper published in Communication, Culture, and Critique Associate Professor Julia Khrebtan-Hörhager and M.A. student Emily Dosch have published the paper “Beyond bad hombres, mamacitas, and borders: Rethinking representation of Mexicanidad in 2017 animation Coco” in the latest issue of Communication, Culture, and Critique. Abstract: The release of Coco in […]

New seminar: Teaching Northern Colorado’s LGBTQ+ Past in the K-12 Classroom

2022 Carl A. Bimson Humanities Seminar Program Award CSU Associate Professor and Director of Public Speaking Thomas R. Dunn was recently granted the 2022 Carl A. Bimson Humanities Seminar Award from the College of Liberal Arts for his work with the Queer Memory Project of Northern Colorado. This competitive award provides $15,000 to support a […]

Communication Studies student crowned National Miss Amazing

This story originally appeared in Source.   Savanah Overturf was nonverbal until she was 4 years old. Now, the 28-year-old Colorado State University student is pursuing a career in public speaking, and reads slam poetry at a Fort Collins coffee shop once a week. Overturf, who is pursuing a major in communication studies with a […]