CSU In The News Archive

Evolving with our stomachs

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August 20, 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.

Parents are key to preventing obesity in kids

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August 20, 2005

What’s good for you and tastes great? Pat Kendall knows — she’s a food science and human nutrition specialist with the Colorado State University Cooperative Extension. Her column runs Saturdays.

Pet Vet: Lots of heart goes into saving ailing ridgeback

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August 20, 2005

Monty lived in London, England, and was diagnosed with a congenital defective heart valve. At age 4, the dog was beginning to have serious and life-threatening heart failure. His veterinarian visited with a heart surgeon, Dr. Christopher Orton, from the …

Rains delay wheat harvest

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August 20, 2005

Mark Stack, manager of the Colorado State University Agricultural Research Station in Yellow Jacket, seemed to agree. “That’s fairly well in spite of the fact that we had no spring or May moisture,” he said.

CSU snags top-tier status

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August 19, 2005

Colorado State University remained ranked among the nation’s top universities in U.S. News and World Report’s 2006 annual rankings released today.

Prehistoric dig at dam site running out of time, money

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August 19, 2005

There are complex deposits all along (Rueter-Hess) that you simply couldn’t have planned for,” said Larry Todd, an anthropology professor at Colorado State University. “If your only concern is economics, then it’s impossible to argue against.

‘But I Have No Skills’

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August 18, 2005

Other researchers like Rich Feller, a professor of counseling and career development at Colorado State University, likewise predict a new world of “knowledge nomads” — workers with strong, portable skills that equip them for multiple job changes, and even multiple …

Trip by trip, CSU students move into dorms

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August 18, 2005

An expected 4,727 students will move into CSU’s 10 residence halls with an additional 1,000 students making their homes in CSU apartments such as Aggie Village, according to CSU Residence Life member Toni Miamoto.