The 40th Annual Colorado State University Homecoming 5K was unlike any other 5K that came before it. The race was held in an entirely virtual format, allowing runners from all over the globe to participate and submit their times between September 20 and October 3.
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In sticking with the CSU’s zero-waste mission, the Department of Health and Exercise Science aims to reuse and recycle all the left-over shirts from the Homecoming 5K in ways that benefit the community. A local fashion designer is using them to make masks for essential workers and the community.
The concepts of diversity and inclusion are essential in an equitable society, but as Dr. Chrissy Chard has learned, it is not a milestone that can be achieved but rather a goal that you must recommit yourself to every day.
A new Colorado State University study aims to answer questions about how people are reacting to the pandemic.
n honor of the 150th anniversary of the founding of Colorado State University, we look back as a department to celebrate how far we have come as well as the principles we were founded on.
One of the biggest hurdles that any soon-to-be graduate faces is learning how to market their newfound skills into a career. The Health and Exercise Science department is looking to change that.
The 39th Annual Colorado State University Homecoming 5k Race took place during Homecoming weekend on Saturday, Oct. 5, on the CSU Oval.
Born and raised in Colorado, Whitcomb was fostered in a community that was supportive and allowed him to chase his goals throughout his formative years, preparing him for his collegiate journey.
Ryan Martin may not have taken a traditional road to CSU, but he sure made the most of his time here. Born in Chicago and raised in Littleton, Martin did not immediately enroll in school like most high school graduates. Instead, he enlisted into the army, serving as a Combat Medical Specialist.