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Fire in Haiti

Haiti is in crisis, but foreign intervention comes with an ugly past

March 19, 2024

It is increasingly becoming clear that Haiti has neither the means nor the ability to pull itself out of this quagmire on its own, raising the prospect of – and calls for – foreign intervention. So far, to that end, Kenya has offered 1,000 armed policemen; other countries may chip in. The United States and Europe have pledged millions of dollars in aid.

Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies Ray Black

Guest director Ray Black connects the history of Black theater to modern ‘Fairview’

February 12, 2024

Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies Ray Black is guest-directing ‘Fairview’ for CSU’s School of Music, Theatre and Dance.

Ben Withers

CSU College of Liberal Arts Dean Ben Withers leaves large impact

February 9, 2024

After eight years at CSU, the College of Liberal Arts dean heads to Iowa State University as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.

Students gather at a conference table and take a vote, raising their hands

Approaching democracy differently: Western and Indigenous approaches

January 29, 2024

CSU students redefine democracy by using western and Indigenous principles and ultimately crafting a manifesto that emphasizes communal responsibility over individual rights.

Maira Oliva Hernandez

CSU student wins $18,000 grant for efforts to support first-generation college students

December 6, 2023

Supporting first-generation college students is a passion for Maira Oliva Hernandez, a CSU graduate student in the Student Affairs in Higher Education program.