CSU In The News Archive

The Lyric, chaos and all, wants to be a creative hub for the Front Range

Outlet: Wyoming Tribune-Eagle

November 16, 2022

Wyoming Tribune-Eagle: Multiple factors play into the inability to sustain themselves being an independent cinema alone, like the rise of streaming, the polarization of movies being either multi-million dollar blockbusters or low-budget indie films, as well as the fact that …

Mt. Ashland Ski Area has new leader

Outlet: Mail Tribune

November 16, 2022

Mail Tribune: A Georgia native, Gast studied ski-area management at Colorado State University and worked at a range of both large and small, public and private ski areas in the Southeast and West, according to the ski area.

What Pet Insurance Covers Cancer Treatment?

Outlet: Forbes

November 16, 2022

Forbes Advisor: One in five cats will develop cancer in their lifetime, according to the Colorado State University (CSU) Flint Animal Center.

The Last Hurricane to Hit Florida’s East Coast Was Katrina in 2005

Outlet: New York Times

November 11, 2022

New York Times: Nicole was the third storm to form into a hurricane this month, tying the record set in 2001 for the most Atlantic hurricane formations in November, according to Phil Klotzbach, a senior research scientist at Colorado State …

How Does Flu Spread Compared With Covid? What to Know as Flu Cases Surge

Outlet: Wall Street Journal

November 11, 2022

Wall Street Journal: Studies show that aerosols containing influenza virus are infectious for more than an hour, says John Volckens, an environmental health professor at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colo., who studies aerosols.