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By James Bartolo
The first Tom Keach Memorial College-AM was held Saturday at the Pueblo Tennis Center.
The event served as a fundraiser for both men’s and women’s tennis scholarships at Colorado State University-Pueblo.
“We were approached with …

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Women’s Leadership Conference opens ears

April 14, 2008 – 1:29 pm | One Comment

On Friday, CSU-Pueblo hosted the first Women’s Leadership Conference that featured several speakers with informational topics concerning women today.  The conference was held in the Hearthwell Lounge in the OUC from 9 to 4:30 p.m.
According …

The Military and Women

March 20, 2008 – 5:10 pm | One Comment

A panel of three women hosted a discussion on women in the military comparing the past, present and future roles, on Thursday in the First Year Center from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
The panel consisted …

Sheer poetry on St. Patrick’s Day

March 19, 2008 – 12:12 pm |

Monday was not only St. Patrick’s Day, but it was also a celebration of the 15th Annual Evening of Women’s Poetry held in the Heathwell Lounge in the Occhiato Student Center at 7 p.m. Poetry …

Prostitution plays part in the West

March 13, 2008 – 7:13 pm |

On Thursday, Jenirae Wolff, an alumna history major of 2007, led a presentation and discussion on “Prostitution in the West.” The event was held in the First Year Center in the University Library. Both students …

Faking it, are you guilty?

February 28, 2008 – 11:50 am |

On Monday, a group of 30 people including both male and female students, staff and faculty gathered to hear a presentation called “Faking it.”The hour began when senior psychology major Candi Holzer used a computer to …

Massari in full gear

February 25, 2008 – 4:25 pm |

After construction delays and lengthy planning, the Massari Arena re-opened on Friday with students, staff, faculty and community members in attendance.Both the men’s and women’s CSU-Pueblo basketball teams hosted Western New Mexico Highlands for the …

Armed for war while class is in session

February 21, 2008 – 5:43 pm |

A single fan blew air through a stifling 14-by-17 room in Saigon, Vietnam, while Air Force Sgt. Richard Joyce taught English to 20 Vietnamese soldiers, armed with only six clips for an M-16, in case …

Afro-Latinos, the real cowboys

February 14, 2008 – 7:20 pm |

Artists of all kinds from African and Latino heritages were featured Thursday in a Black History Month presentation highlighting works dating back to the early 1500s.
Adjunct history professor Jackie Stroud presented examples of the artists’ …

Solar power steps up

January 31, 2008 – 7:26 pm |

Fossil fuel burning was defined as an ancient source of energy during the Focus the Nation event on Jan. 31. The event was presented by the Students for Environmental Awareness, Office of Student Activities and …

Provost seeks changes in math performance

December 13, 2007 – 4:32 pm | 2 Comments

CSU-Pueblo Provost Russ Meyer has cleared misconceptions about the math learning center’s speculated closure. Meyer said the center will remain open through the fall semester of 2008 without a doubt.
“I’m not saying it will close …

Students benefit from etiquette dinner

November 13, 2007 – 4:42 pm |

A total of 195 students attended the Etiquette Training dinner at the Pueblo Convention Center on Nov. 7.  Career Center director Michelle Gjerde said all of the students she spoke to said they were overwhelmed …

City of Pueblo has chance to go green

November 9, 2007 – 5:09 pm | One Comment

The CSU-Pueblo Community Health Nursing class, Pueblo City-County Health Department and Pueblo Recycling came together to promote environmental awareness while hosting the Trash Fashion Show on Nov. 7.