Article Archive for February 2012
Here’s something new for you, a Super Bowl prediction. OK, maybe that’s not the case. Sports fans and non-sports fans alike have had two weeks to make predictions of their own.
With the spring 2012 semester just beginning, it may be difficult for students to think about needing academic assistance. Finding resources early in the semester however, is one way students can maintain their grades and avoid playing catch-up during finals week.
Director Asger Leth has only previously co-directed one other film in 2006, a documentary named “Ghosts of Cite Soleil,” but nonetheless he made his studio debut with the new action thriller “Man on a Ledge,” released Jan. 27.
The Second City, a comedy theatre from Chicago, will be coming to CSU-Pueblo Thursday, Feb. 2, at 8:30 p.m., at the Hoag Recital Hall.
Videographers Janae Deas and Matt Albright check out how pleased students are with the $850,000 expansion, which now connects the Student Recreation Center and the Massari Arena building.
Memorial Services for Dylan Solorio, 19, a CSU-Pueblo freshman, who died Sunday, Jan. 29, will be held Thursday, Feb. 2, and Friday, Feb. 3.
After a year of hunting for the perfect person to be the head honcho and leader of CSU-Pueblo, the Board of Governors finally found her. The president, for the first time in the university’s history, is a woman and she is all smiles as she describes this job opportunity as her proudest moment thus far.