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Rush your resume to success

Beginning today at 10 a.m. and continuing through Feb. 7, the annual Resume Rush will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Room 26 of the Lory Student Center.

Students thinking about attending Resume Rush can expect to find:

-Resume review service to prepare for a career or job fair
-Support in seeking an internship/job for the first time.
-Fulfillment of a class assignment to have a resume reviewed.

At Resume Rush, a panel of employers and career counselors will help to review resumes and provide first-hand support in entering the career field.

For more details, interested attendees can find more details at http://www.career.colostate.edu.

Aspen Grille to heat back up

The Lory Student Center’s Aspen Grille opens for the Spring Semester today at 11 a.m.

Aspen Grille, which is run entirely by students of the Hospitality Program at CSU, is open Tuesdays through Fridays, serving lunch from 11 a.m. to 1:25 p.m.

According Aspen Grille’s official website, the restaurant serves several meats from CSU own’s Meat Sciences Department. They also serve “socially conscious” coffee roasted by Café Richesse, a CSU alumnus-owned company.

Reservations are always recommended and can be made by calling 491-7006 or on the Aspen Grille’s website.

Welcome Black History Month to CSU

Tomorrow at noon in the Lory Student Center commons, CSU kicks off its annual celebration of Black History Month.

During the celebration, there will be multiple speakers and performers, and Fort Collins City Mayor Karen Weitkunat will give a speech.

Anyone is invited to attend, and more information can be attained by calling the Black/African American Cultural Center at (970) 491-5781.
Raise your pencils to good note-taking

Tonight at 7 in Room 105 of the TILT building, CSU students can learn how to get back into the swing of effective note-taking strategies in class.

According to TILT, the first mistakes students make in class is mindlessly writing down everything said without actually processing the information.

But tonight’s hands-on workshop will teach how to takes notes that aid in learning academic material effectively.

Event Contact Christie Yeadon can be reached at (970) 491-2519.

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