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A past that transformed art

By Wade Walker Art can be a transformative experience. For Jen Derge, it is a source of healing. Her paintings present powerful imagery of self-discovery through nature. Blending classic technique with a unique style, her work is the result of extreme devotion and her own personal vision. “Jen is free...
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Veterans weren’t always appreciated

By Chianna Schoethaler Veterans Day began as a part of World War I and over the years has gone through a variety of changes to what it is today. Seven months before World War I officially ending, an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostiles between various allied nations and Germany...
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Painting the sky differently

By Ashley Schaerfl Colorado Springs has a decent size Balloon Festival, located at Memorial Park usually every September during Labor Day. But if you want to see something truly beautiful, travel 378 miles south to Albuquerque, New Mexico. The International Balloon Festival, or the Balloon Fiesta as New Mexicans know...
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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....
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Written and directed opera, Strange Fruit, was a success for Dr. Volk

By Madison Hildebrand CSU-Pueblo Today Photo/ Madison HildebrandShai Funk, flute extraordinaire, contributed a soft, fleeting sound to the orchestral compositions. Hoag Hall was home to a very special performance for three nights from September 1-3, showcasing CSU-Pueblo’s own Dr. David Volk’s newly-written opera, Strange Fruit. The storyline was based on...
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