Article Archive for March 2012
Two candidates for the dean of Hasan School of Business at Colorado State University-Pueblo interviewed individually on campus last week, but the decision has not yet been made.
With campaign season well underway, bias in the news is something consumers should expect. It is also something that can be coped with if appropriate measures are taken.
The importance of law school and the various aspects of preparing for the journey of becoming an attorney were shared by a panel March 21.
Another installment of CSU-Pueblo’s Distinguished Speaker Series will be held Wednesday, April 4, in Occhiato University Center Ballroom, from 7 to 9 p.m.
The Pack’s dominance continued Saturday, March 17, with a sweep of their double header against defending RMAC champs the Regis Rangers.
After ending the month of February with six straight losses, the lady ThunderWolves have won nine out of their last 10 games. The month of March has completely been owned by the Pack.
The entrance of quarterback Peyton Manning on the Denver Broncos football team brings upa lot of thoughts from people around the country. Among the well-publicized concerns surrounding the trade are his neck injury, his age and whether or not Tim Tebow, last year’s starting quarterback, will be able to play in peace with Manning.
TODAY videographers Matt Albright, Tyler Lundquist, Lauren Montoya and Tim Sparks check out what exactly the Purple Pump Extravaganza was March 13.
A faculty member at CSU-Pueblo recently became the first recipient from the university of the Burton Jones Award for Distinguished Teaching.
Throughout the history of sports there have been examples of how athletes and musicians are intertwined with one another, which can be seen with black baseball league players and jazz musicians during the 1930s and 40’s.
The ThunderWolves baseball team started a four-game series against Colorado Mesa Friday, March 9, at Runyon Field. With a 6-7 record the Pack needed to have a strong weekend against their conference opponents. It didn’t happen.
Mayan spirit guide Miguel Angel Chiquin returned to Pueblo for lectures regarding Mayan spirituality and to halt the doomsday myth that has been rumored to occur Dec. 21, 2012.