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image located by Jan Mertens, 7 March 2008
Source: University online store
Page Three of the May 2002 issue of the newsletter of the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado (USA), describes some of the flag protocol and history used at the university.
Ron Lahav, 7 March 2008
The "Official Logo Flag is a 3'x5' green screen printed flag with the official logo in white and gold on both sides.
Jan Mertens, 7 March 2008
image located by Ron Lahav, 7 March 2008
Source: CRW Flags
For nearly six and a half years, a yellow flag flew on the pole next to the American flag. The students, staff, faculty, guests and alumni were sending their prayers and thoughts to Dr. Tom Sutherland, a CSU professor who was being held captive in Lebanon. For the 2,354 days that Dr. Sutherland was held hostage, the yellow flag hung over the CSU campus in his memory. The flag was lowered in 1991, after he was released and returned to the United States.
Ned Smith, 7 May 2008