To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising has created a suffrage-themed exhibition examining how women’s attire in the U.S. has changed in response to the activism of the times.
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Jose Martinez, the second oldest of six kids, decided to join the Army in 2008, shortly after his dad returned from Iraq. The following year, he was deployed to Afghanistan, but war took its toll on his unit.
Orlando Dugi, the Native American fashion designer whose high-end evening wear is on exhibit at CSU’s Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising this fall, visited campus Nov. 6-13 to give public talks, visit with classes, and see his premier solo exhibition in person for the first time.
Teams of Colorado State University students in a new “Design Thinking” course spent the first six weeks of the semester working on a real-world case study: developing plans for a new Target store.
Down syndrome is the most common type of neurogenetic syndrome associated with developmental disability.
When the Early Childhood Center at Colorado State University received a donation to renovate one of its spaces into a library and parent resource center, it turned to a group of CSU students in a third-year interior architecture and design studio course.
In honor of Colorado State University’s 150th birthday, the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising has opened two exhibits that have decidedly Ram-centric themes.
Lise Youngblade, who took the reins of the College of Health and Human Sciences on Aug. 5, is energized by the state of the college — and its potential for growth and innovation.
From its newest building down to its very name, Colorado State University’s College of Health and Human Sciences has seen substantial areas of growth and improvement under the tenure of outgoing Dean Jeff McCubbin.
The show, “Walking in Beauty: Designs by Orlando Dugi,” opened in early July and runs through the fall semester