Articles by Tyler Shomaker
Students recently received an email from the Information Technology Services about a new virus called CryptoLocker.
Joey Shaw, a Colorado State University-Pueblo graduate, returned to campus to show students the Tesla Model S at the Automotive Industry Management Booster Club booth during the involvement fair.
The CSU-Pueblo Daniel’s Fund Scholars will be sponsoring the Toilet Paper Drive to benefit the Cooperative Care Center in Pueblo, April 25-27.
CSU-Pueblo has many club sports but one of the newest is men’s rugby. The club currently has 15 members but is still looking to for new people to join.
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 Foster a Dream Project, a project that focuses on unaccompanied or homeless youth in Pueblo, is hosting an essential needs drive on National TRiO Day, Feb. 25, at 10 a.m.
Second City comedy visited CSU-Pueblo Thursday, Feb. 4, and they had the crowd rolling with laughter. The cold weather did not prevent the crowd from enjoying the comedy performance.
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.
Philip Plait, author of the novel “Bad Astronomy,” was greeted with applause during his speech Tuesday, Jan. 25, that discussed the common misconceptions that surround astronomy.