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Alumni Nights: Relaxed fun, comradery

May 29, 2009

Alumni Nights at the Ramskeller is happenin' next Wednesday night! This event gives you the chance to pause and relax in the middle of your work week. See old friends, gather family, and enjoy food and beverage specials. The assistant director of Campus Recreation, Rodney Ley, will be on hand to talk about the Outdoor Adventure Program at CSU.

Alumni nights at the Ramskeller

Grab your colleagues, friends, and family members and come mix and mingle at the Ramskeller in the Lory Student Center! 

Find out about outdoor adventure opportunities

Special guests Rodney Ley ('73, '99) and John Wilcoxen (current student) will do a short presentation on the classes and activities sponsored by the Outdoor Adventure Program and Campus Recreation
Find out how alumni can get involved with Campus Recreation this summer. Join our rock climbing and backpacking outings, including our next two "Hike to the A" events for Ram Welcome on Aug. 22, and Family Weekend, Oct. 11.

Alumna's climb to the top

Ley will give us some fun updates about international expeditions. Kathryn Damby, a May graduate and alumna was voted as "most likely to summit Everest" by her classmates in the Warner College of Natural Resources.

Now she is actually on a short-list of women to be invited on an Everest summit team. Crazy!

(At right: Alumna Kathryn Damby atop the 22,841 foot high Aconcagua in Argentina, the highest mountain in the Americas.)

As usual, door prizes and discounts on food and beverages

Wear your green and gold, win some cool door prizes, hang out with other alumni, and hear what’s happening around campus. Enjoy $2.50 pints of wheat beer, the Wednesday “$15 pitcher of beer and large pizza” special, or any of the ‘Skeller’s other great beverage and food items.  

Upcoming Alumni Nights

Wednesday, July 1  

Fun fact 

Did you know? The county in Colorado called “home” by the most CSU alumni is Larimer, representing 25.6% of all Colorado State alumni. Most CSU alumni who reside in Larimer County are liberal arts majors.

Sponsored by the CSU Alumni Association

Contact: Elisa Shackelton
Phone: (970) 491-6533