Universities are at a crossroads, and the unknown potential impact of AI has some wondering what that could mean to our approach to writing – whether that’s a term paper, a journal article or a resume.
Woven throughout the 46-year law career of Mike Liggett (B.S., ’73) is a vision of civic engagement based on improving the health and education of others. Pursuing his passions for the arts and great conversation is part of leading a life energized by curiosity.
The first time Bud Hunt (B.A., ‘01; M.A., ‘11) earned a degree from CSU, he was planning a career as an English teacher. The second time he earned a degree, he had been creating smarter classrooms and students for a decade and was on his way to becoming a CIO.
Two CSU faculty members will speak at the Race Amity Day celebration on Sunday, June 11.
The author and poet had a very specific plan for how her Guggenheim Fellowship for her next book was going to go. Then 2020 happened and a new idea bloomed.
As part of the $500,000 NEH Infrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge Grant, the college must raise approximately $1.5 million in matching funds for the project within the next five years.
By Jake Friedman It’s been over ten years since I was in the academy. Though I’m beginning to remember now. The last couple of days I’ve been sick. I’d forgotten how hard the end of semester is—the Sisyphean incline of […]
The BIPOC Joy Art Show challenges the constant focus on trauma that Black, Indigenous and People of Color are often reduced to, prioritizing happiness and hope over suffering and hardship.
I promised myself I was done writing about my father. What feels like a lifetime ago, I took my first Creative Writing class to satisfy an elective for a Masters in education. Nearly all my stories were about a young […]
One of the things that most separates my MFA experience from the workshops I’ve taken before, from undergraduate to conferences to private classes at literary centers or what have you, is voice. At all of the places but the MFA, […]