• Better Paws for Brutus

    Better Paws for Brutus

    When Brutus was just a puppy, his breeder left the young Rottweiler outside in freezing temperatures. The pup suffered frostbite in all four paws, and the breeder tried to salvage the puppy's paws with an at-home amputation. Brutus was maimed and could not walk without pain.

    Now 2 years old, Brutus is living with a dedicated foster owner and has become the second dog ever known to receive four prosthetic limbs.

    Read Brutus' Story

  • CSU First to Earn STARS Platinum Rating for Sustainability

    CSU First to Earn STARS Platinum Rating for Sustainability

    Colorado State has a long history as one of the nation's most sustainable universities, but now CSU the first and only campus to achieve platinum status -- the highest possible -- under the STARS rating system.

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  • The Lucas Suazo Factor

    The Lucas Suazo Factor

    Everyone who knows Lucas Suazo brags about Lucas Suazo -- except Lucas Suazo. He's a Boettcher Scholar, a President's Leadership Program Scholar, an Honors Program student, a researcher, an athlete, and a leader. And he does it all while managing Crohn's disease.

    Read the Lucas Suazo Factor

  • Parker Excited to be CSU's New A.D.

    Parker Excited to be CSU's New A.D.

    After more than 20 years working in some of the nation's top college athletics programs, Joe Parker was looking for the right place to lead a program. He found it at CSU.

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  • Where Do Tuition Dollars Go?

    Where Do Tuition Dollars Go?

    Paying for college can be a challenge for many Colorado students and their families. In a new video, President Tony Frank and artist Karina Mullen, a CSU graduate, explain the costs covered by tuition and fees, the financial contribution made by the state, and the return on investment the typical student may see.

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