The Audit Podcast: From Matthew Shepard to CSU’s first (and last) male homecoming queen, the Queer Memory Project archives Northern Colorado’s LGBTQ+ history

The educational research effort is currently collecting artifacts, historical documents and personal stories as part of an online archive to preserve Northern Colorado’s LGBTQ+ past.

Communication Studies Launches "Speaking Well"

When work went fully remote in 2020 and office life in the Department of Communication Studies ground to a halt, one of the things we missed most were chance meetings with colleagues and students. Gone were those unexpected, in-person conversations that often sprout new ideas.   Professor Greg Dickinson missed the spontaneity of department interactions (and we missed his regular visits to our offices […]

ACT Virtual Human Rights Film Festival: October 1 – 10

Written by Jeff Dodge. This story originally appeared on CLA SOURCE The fifth annual ACT Human Rights Film Festival at Colorado State University will be held virtually Oct. 1-10, featuring 21 films from around the world and 13 conversations with filmmakers. Tickets for the festival, which was postponed last spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic, […]

Fall 2020 Updates

Colorado State University is planning to return to campus for the Fall 2020 semester. This page features the most up-to-date details on how we’ll collectively execute rigorous, data-driven public health protocols for in-person instruction and on-campus life. Important Dates August 24, 2020 – Fall 2020 semester begins under the provisions outlined in the university’s recovery […]

Start the School Year with ACT Year-Round and We Are the Radical Monarchs

On August 22, ACT Human Rights Film Festival kicks off the school year by screening an inspiring film about a group of tween girls who have learned that bystanders don’t catalyze change.   Meet the “Radical Monarchs,” a group of 8 to 13-year-old girls of color from Oakland, CA, who are at the front lines of social justice. The film, We Are the […]

Communication Studies’ Henschel receives Outstanding Junior Award

Mahalia Henschel, communication studies major and leadership minor, received the Outstanding Junior in the College of Liberal Arts award from Phi Kappa Phi on April 3, 2019. Phi Kappa Phi is an all-discipline National Honor Society promoting academic excellence and service to others. In order to be eligible for the award, students must be in […]