Celebrate the art of the children
Some say the youth are the most artistically pure of all humans â€“â€“ not having been jaded by the filter of societal conventions.
And thereâ€™s only one way to find out if this is true: attend the Poudre School District Student Art Show at the Lincoln Center tonight at 7 p.m.
At tonightâ€™s show, students from kindergartners to high schoolers will showcase their original artwork to the public.
The show is in conjunction with Youth Art Month, and it is free and open to the public.
Event contact Jeanne Shoaff can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CSU makes the Final Four… in environmental academics
While CSUâ€™s basketball team didnâ€™t even crack the top 32 of the NCAA tournament, CSU made it into the â€œFinal Fourâ€ universities who excel in environmental education, according to Enviance Inc.
While Colby College was ultimately selected as the contest winner, those involved with environmental education at CSU think itâ€™s a step in the right direction.
â€œWe were pleased to have been considered in this designation and look forward to next yearâ€™s competition,â€ said university Distinguished Professor Diana Wall, founding director of CSUâ€™s School of Global Environmental Sustainability, which led CSUâ€™s efforts in the competition, in a news release.
The first-ever March Madness Tournament for environmental sustainability was created to recognize universities across the nation for their sustainability and environmental efforts, according to a press release from Enviance.
Itâ€™s always tea time!
Sometimes, you just need to sit down, take a breather and have a nice, piping hot glass of tea.
And the Graduate Student Council is giving you the chance to do just that at 5 p.m. today in the University Club in the Lory Student Center.
The â€œTuesday Tea for Graduate Students,â€ is a monthly social for graduate and professional students to mingle and network.
They are held the first Tuesday of every month, and include cookies and various other delicious confections.
Fall registration begins for seniors
Just in time for the inevitable onset of senioritis, today marks the first day of fall registration for seniors.
To register, log into RAMweb and click on the Registration Access Date/Time link to see when your registration access period begins. You must see your advisor and get your advising code before you are registration ready.
Within each class, students with the greatest number of cumulative credits will have the highest priority. Newly admitted students must be advised at Preview or Next Step Orientation before registering.
Visit registrar.colostate.edu for more information.