It's easy to turn spices into healthy, homemade, affordable gifts for friends and family.
When the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising opens its doors to the public on Jan. 30, it will not only debut a beautiful new space, but will also unveil a unique collection of 116 miniature quilts designed and sewn by College of Health and Human Sciences alumna Lucile Hawks (M.S. home economics, ’58).
If you are like most Americans, the last six weeks of the year are filled with family, friends and food. Especially food.
The CM program has received the 2015 Construction Education Challenge Award for the second time.
Tis’ the season indeed. The Student Outreach and Undergraduate Leadership program has put together a variety of donations for families in need this holiday season.
We all have the capacity to be grateful, but with the hustle, bustle and challenges of life, we may forget the immense value that gratitude can provide to ourselves and those around us.
Researchers in CSU's Department of Human Development and Family Studies are seeking mothers with an infant who is 3 months old or younger to participate in a study that examines maternal and infant sleep and well-being.
Are you tired of hearing about everything you should eat less of? If so, you will be happy to read about something that you can not only eat more of, but that also protects your heart, bones and muscles: potassium!