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Adventure in a hole new type of light

By Photographer Avery Lewis On Oct. 5 Avery Lewis, a guest photographer attended Full MoonRopes Course hosted by Outdoor Pursuits here at Colorado State University Pueblo. Students were given the chance to go through the university ropes course by moon light as well as socializing with friends and fellow class mates.  ...
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Banned book display

By Photographer Jon Doose   Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. The last week in September the Colorado State University-Pueblo Library Academic Resource Center displayed a group of banned books as a way to highlight the value of free and open access to information. "Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community — librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers — in shared support of the freedom to seek and express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular," The Academic Library Association...
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Eagles start League Play with a 38-16 Victory

By James Bartolo The Pueblo East Eagles have collected the first win of the season. After losing five consecutive games to start 2017, the Eagles defeated the Durango Demons, 38-16. Played in the Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl, the homecoming game for the Eagles was their first league game of the season. “Before the game I told my boys that this is a new start. Our record is still 0-0.” Eagles head coach Andy Watts said. Much of the Eagles success was due to success on the ground. In just...
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Free coffee and networking

CSU-Pueblo Today Photo/ Wesley PadgettTundra made her appearance to welcome students to the alumni associations. By Katryna Pona Colorado State University – Pueblo students, staff and alumni were joined together to network and enjoy a morning breakfast of doughnuts and coffee Oct. 4. The networking event was hosted by the CSU- Pueblo Alumni Association on campus. All CSU- Pueblo students, alumni and staff attended this social gathering, and enjoyed a delightful morning breakfast. Shawn Vidmar, an English professor said, “I saw all my colleagues that I don’t get to see.”...
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Feeding students through donations

By Ashley Schaerfl & Chianna Schoenthaler Pack Pantry began in order to ensure that no students, staff or faculty goes hungry while they are attending or working for the university. The pantry was ran by Autumn Black, a now Colorado State University- Pueblo alumni and former member of the president’s Leadership Program, until she graduated in May 2015. Upon her graduation the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity took over the pantry. Black helped with the establishment and coordination of the pantry as a part of a nonpaid internship. This fall the...
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Gainning culture while taching abroad

CSU-Pueblo Today Photo/ Jon DooseColorado State University-Pueblo's Director of Bands, Alan Mills conducts the band during class. By Chianna Schoenthaler With teaching comes deep meaning and experience. For professor Alan Mills, this meant traveling and taking a sabbatical to teach others across the world. Professor Mills, associate professor and director of bands music, took the 2016-2017 academic year to teach students in Chengdu, China. “I conducted the Symphony Orchestra and taught classes in Classical Western Music and Jazz History,” Mills said. “I worked for the Culture and Art Education Center...
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Celebrating 10 years with a win

By Chris Graham A couple of big offensive plays gave the Colorado State University – Pueblo ThunderWolves the 30-24 win over the Colorado Mesa Mavericks in the Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl. There was 1:48 left before halftime and the score was 10-6 the ThunderWolves trailing. The ThunderWolf offense started their drive from their own 15 yard-line. The first play resulted in an incomplete pass from quarterback Rex Dausin. A short run from running back Marche Dennard only gaining 4 yards, Mesa called a timeout after the play with 1:31...
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The Cannon is “back in black”

By James Bartolo The Cannon Booms Black for the first time since 2014. The Pueblo South Colts grabbed their fourth win Friday night at Dutch Clark stadium over the East Eagles 34-19 in the historic Cannon Game. “It was a great win! I’m super proud of the way my boys played tonight.” head coach Ryan Goddard said. Getting off to a strong start, the Colt defensive unit forced the Eagles to punt on their first three drives of the game. His first possession of the game, South senior quarterback Zach...
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Crime on campus that students need to know

By Madison Hildebrand Compared to other public four-year institutions in Colorado, Colorado State University- Pueblo is among the safest campuses in the state due to its smaller student body and diligence of the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office. According to the 2016 Clery Report data comparing CSU-Pueblo’s crime statistics with those of Colorado State University- Fort Collins, the University of Colorado- Boulder, and the University of Colorado- Colorado Springs, students and staff at other schools are about twice as likely to be the victim of robbery, burglary, violent offenses or motor...
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