CSU In The News Archive

Neighborly CSU students pick up rakes for residents

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October 30, 2005

On Saturday morning, Colorado State University senior Jacob Kahn was pulling carrots, raking leaves, trimming flowers and cleaning gutters – not in a desperate attempt to pull his own home together for a sudden visit from his parents, but to …

Evolving with our stomachs

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October 29, 2005

And modern taste combinations like concentrated fat (butter) and concentrated sweetness (sugar) rarely co-exist in nature, notes Loren Cordain, professor of health and exercise science at Colorado State University.

CSU meat scientist says traceability is key to global beef markets

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October 27, 2005

Dr. Gary Smith, meat science professor at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colo., has traveled to 63 countries and explored each country’s agriculture industry, including cattle feeders, packing plants, merchandising operations and beef sales businesses. In his travels, Smith …

Ft. Collins tourism report shows revenue opportunity

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October 27, 2005

Tourism makes up 2.2 percent of the local economy in Fort Collins, but accounts for 16.6 percent of the tax revenue collected by the city, according to a study released Wednesday by the Center for Research on the Colorado Economy …

Tourist dollars mean big bucks for city

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October 27, 2005

The study was completed by Harvey Cutler, professor in the Department of Economics at Colorado State University, and measures the impact of tourism on the city.

Twenty CSU Buildings To Be Powered By Wind

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October 27, 2005

Twenty buildings on Colorado State University campuses across the state will be powered solely by wind energy this year, school officials announced Wednesday.

Penley: CSU revamp to benefit both campuses

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October 26, 2005

The recently approved reorganization plan for the Colorado State University system is aimed at providing additional benefits to both colleges under its direction, including Colorado State University-Pueblo, according to the system chancellor.