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Land-Grant Wall

The Morrill Act, groundbreaking legislation by President Abraham Lincoln in 1862, created the nation's land-grant university system. CSU, Colorado's only land-grant institution, celebrated the Act's 150th anniversary in 2012. The Lincoln and Land-Grant Walls pay tribute to this act and Colorado State's history.

Duhesa Gallery

The Duhesa Gallery is located on the 300 level of the Lory Student Center, just east of the Grand Ballrooms and adjacent to the Native American Cultural Center office. This gallery provides a space to experience Native American art, and its roots to Northern Colorado history and Colorado State University.

Ram Welcome Wall

Directly across from the Campus Information and Box Office desk on the 200 level of the LSC you'll notice the Ram Welcome wall that displays photos from the last four years of entering first year and transfer students. Photos rotate each year so students can find themselves throughout four years at CSU.

Fight Song and Alma Mater

The CSU Fight song symbolizes spirit at CSU. When you hear the fight song, you should uphold tradition by standing up and singing along, pumping your fist in the air when you get to the last line. The Fight Song and Alma Matter Wall evokes this school spirit and Ram pride throughout the Lory Student Center.

Water Fountain Quotes

Each of the seven water fountains throughout the Lory Student Center, displays quotes from many of Colorado State’s distinguished Presidents and Vice Presidents. Mary Ontiveros, CSU’s first Vice President of Diversity will have a quote installed at the Lory Student Center Theatre’s water fountain later in 2015.

Research Wall

The research wall located on the 300 level of the LSC highlights CSU researchers, projects, awards, events, and donors, with photo slideshow and research videos. Each of the four panels is inspired by scientific methods and creative processes as depicted by CSU graphic design professor John Gravdahl.

Theatre Renovation

Renovated in 2012, this awe-inspiring venue boasts wood walls reminiscent of Colorado's mountainscape, retractable seats to create banquet or stadium-style seating, and an open lobby with a view of the Sutherland Community Garden, the plinth wall, and some of Colorado's finest scenery.

Lincoln Mural

The Morrill Act, groundbreaking legislation by President Abraham Lincoln in 1862, created the nation's land-grant university system. CSU, Colorado's only land-grant institution, celebrated the Act's 150th anniversary in 2012. The Lincoln and Land-Grant Walls pay tribute to this act and Colorado State's history.

SDPS Graphic Identity Walls

Each Student Diversity Programs & Services office recently received an identity wall mural outside of their office that is reflective of their story. The Lory Student Center serves as a space of diversity and inclusion and each mural is reflective of the experiences and legacy each office has to offer.
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