The Colorado Commission on Higher Education has awarded CSU $75,000 to support a project to lower textbook costs in high enrollment courses with an increased focus on diversity, equity and inclusion.
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The CSU Libraries launched a Peer Research Mentors program to help students discover the breadth of sources available to them.
If Phil Benstein had waited one more day to visit Morgan Library, today’s beer offerings around the country might look very different.
At Morgan Library, students and alumni pore over old photos, yearbooks and catalogs to piece together loved ones’ life stories.
Eliana Meyer (M.F.A. ‘23) discovered a new passion for community programming as the Libraries’ 2021-2022 inaugural writer-in-residence.
LeMoyne “Lee” W. Anderson passed away on Feb. 18 at the age of 98. Anderson was the director of libraries at Colorado State University from 1957 to 1985. Anderson was known for his shock of white hair and calm, dignified presence.
Nestled in the spires of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains lie acres of crystalline snowpack, slowly carving the granite formations where they rest. The snowpack feeds a litany of creeks and rivulets that form the Colorado River, the bedrock of the West’s water supply.