By Ann Gill (’76) and Ben Fogelberg (B.A., 94; M.A., 98)
Colorado State University has many impressive stories to tell. Stories that make us proud to be alumni, stories that add value to our degrees, and stories that inspire us. Some are well-known, like Temple Grandin’s impact on autism awareness and humane livestock handling. Our veterinary medicine program is one of the top three in the country. We are one of the best schools in the nation for veterans according to both Military Times and U.S News and World Report. CSU is a star in sustainability, being the first university to receive a platinum STARS rating from an independent program that measures comprehensive sustainability efforts at over 800 universities around the world. The list goes on and on.
We also have stories alumni tell whenever they get together – stories of amazing, silly, or quirky moments that are also part of our past. Like any family, our “Ramily” loves to retell these stories, and the CSU Alumni Association is thrilled to share some of them in the new Iris & Michael Smith Alumni Center opening August 25. Here are a few of the best: