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Sabercats explore Anthropology at CSU

Katie Reed

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Friday, November 4, almost 30 Fossil Ridge High School students visited the Anthropology Department at Colorado State University. Staff at CSU planned a day for Fossil students to give them a glimpse into anthropology as a field of study. Fossil is the only high school in Fort Collins with an anthropology class, but it is only available every other year. The class sponsor, Tom Kisla, took students to CSU to build interest for next year’s class.

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