CSU In The News Archive

Colorado a Finalist for Underground Lab

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July 22, 2005

The Colorado site is the Henderson Mine in Empire. The mine was established in the 1970s and modernized in 1999. The mine’s owner, Climax Molybdenum Co., is an enthusiastic supporter of the laboratory project, also known as the Deep Underground …

Injuries Higher Among Obese People, Study Finds

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July 22, 2005

Researchers collected health and injury data during a one-year period on more than 2,500 adults living in Colorado. Xiang conducted the work with Lorann Stallones, a professor and director of the Colorado Injury Control Research Center at Colorado State University.

Powerhouse financial experts to form panel at Bixpo 2005

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July 22, 2005

The Northern Colorado Summit, Bixpo, 2005’s closing event will give area businesspeople the opportunity to partake in a panel discussion led by some of the nation’s foremost economists. The Northern Colorado Summit is presented in cooperation with the Colorado State …

Students Flock Past Beer and Ramen to Organic Farms

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July 22, 2005

“I, like students, like the social aspects of working in the garden, and being able to connect with other similar-minded people,” said Debra Guenther, a Colorado State horiculture research associate who helps run the student farm.

Students Flock to Campus Organic Farms

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July 22, 2005

Some student farms supply their dining halls with fresh produce, while others sell directly to restaurants. At Colorado State University’s student farm, what doesn’t get sold on campus or eaten by volunteers is donated to local food pantries.

Smashing Records

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July 21, 2005

The monsoon rains that normally douse the heat haven’t arrived this summer, allowing the region to sizzle with consistently high temperatures, said Colorado State University professor Roger Pielke, the state climatologist.

“I’m concerned, vulnerable”

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July 19, 2005

So when it was time to choose between CU or Colorado State University, Emerson Brooks said his decision was easy. He enrolled at CSU.

Barnyard buddies make fast friends

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July 19, 2005

And they’re together now at Colorado State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Junior has deformed legs that have become so bad he can no longer stand up. Mager took Junior to CSU Monday for an MRI, and she got permission to …

CSU vet helps limit elephant numbers at source

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July 19, 2005

As a tranquilized bull elephant dangled from a crane at the side of a remote road in South Africa last month, Dean Hendrickson inserted a laparoscope and prepared to perform a vasectomy. Layers of fat obscured his view, and the …