Simmering tension in American politics came to a head two years ago, when a mob of Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol to try to overthrow the results of the 2020 presidential election.
Samantha May, political science major with minors in legal studies and criminology, is the December 2022 commencement student speaker for the College of Liberal Arts.
For as long as Samantha (Sami) May can remember, she has been interested in a career in law. Driven by her curiosity and desire to learn more about the inner workings of the legal system, she chose a concentration in political science in order to support her future career endeavors. Growing up in a tight-knit […]
Britain is on the cusp of decolonising Mauritius – again.
Each semester, the CSU in D.C. Internship connects students with jobs in legislative offices, nonprofit organizations, law firms, and other businesses in Washington, D.C. in a 15-credit, semester-long internship that includes a seminar, a colloquium, and a professional internship. The Straayer Center for Public Service Leadership and the Department of Political Science have collaborated with The Washington […]
Preparing for rebuttals on the senate floor, engaging with constituents to help create legislation that will advance community needs, conducting research, and writing memos for legislators. These are just a few of the day-to-day activities undergraduate students get to experience during their time as legislative interns. For more than 40 years, the Colorado Legislative Internship […]
A project to construct school buildings for orphans in a Uganda village – started by a Colorado State University custodian and student more than seven years ago – has not only survived the pandemic but expanded, and fundraising continues for additional improvements.
On the evening of October 28, the Lory Student Center Ballroom at Colorado State University was set to host the final scheduled public debate between the two front-runners for Colorado’s U.S. Senate seat, Democratic incumbent Michael Bennet and Republican challenger Joe O’Dea. With only forty audience members in attendance, it was an intimate setting for the […]
A cohort of seven Colorado State University faculty members are the first of a new initiative by the Office of Vice President for Research to help faculty influence public policy.
On the final day of the Symposium for Inclusive Excellence last month, MURALS hosted A Glimpse of MURALS in the Lory Student Center Theatre.