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'Get Your Green On!' for College Colors Day

August 25, 2010

'May thy Green and Gold unite us, loyal ever be...' [Colorado State University Alma Mater]

Celebrating traditions, spirit

On College Colors Day, CSU supporters are encouraged to wear their green and gold to work and classes to show their Ram Pride.

College Colors Day is an annual celebration dedicated to promoting the traditions and spirit that make the college experience great by encouraging people across America to wear apparel of their favorite college or university throughout the day.

'Get Your Green On!' every Friday

Green will be the color of choice on campus, in the city, and across the state on Fridays throughout the year.

Colorado State University President Tony Frank, Fort Collins Mayor Karen Weitkunat and ASCSU President Eric Berlinberg are asking Ram fans to Get Your Green On in a campaign aimed at boosting school spirit.

Presidential Decree
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"Get Your Green On!"

WHEREAS: Colorado State University seeks to showcase and promote the traditions and spirit that make the CSU college experience meaningful, memorable, and unique;

WHEREAS: the University recognizes that the wearing of the school colors symbolizes the enduring bond among all those whose lives, minds, and personal achievements have been influenced by the quality of their Colorado State education;

WHEREAS: the University community is proud of its educational mission and its commitment to academic excellence—and proud to demonstrate our support for this great university at every opportunity;

WHEREAS: CSU is building a winning athletic tradition that is grounded in an emphasis on service, character, and achievement and celebrated in green and gold;

WHEREAS: the CSU colors and insignia are rooted in our history as a land-grant university with an enduring commitment to serving Colorado;

WHEREAS: the primary CSU colors of green and gold are both pleasing to the eye and proven to be more inspiring to young athletes, alumni, and fans than such alternative combinations as black and gold; and

WHEREAS: I have always wanted to sign something that started with “Whereas”;

THEREFORE: I, Dr. Anthony A. Frank, President of Colorado State University, do hereby proclaim Friday of each and every week “Get Your Green On” day, and in doing so, encourage all faculty, staff, alumni, students, and supporters to wear apparel bearing the colors and/or insignias of Colorado State on these days.