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TODAY videographers Matt Albright, Tyler Lundquist, Lauren Montoya and Tim Sparks check out what exactly the Purple Pump Extravaganza was March 13.
TODAY videographer Janae Deas explores the 2012 CSU-Pueblo Career Fair March 7.
CSU-Pueblo Fine Arts Gallery now features student artwork for the 2012 Student Art Show through March 2. Twenty-two students from the Art Department entered 29 pieces of works created with a variety of media. Winners were chosen for the Best of Show, 1st Place, 2nd Place, 3rd Place, People’s Choice, and two Honorable Mentions
TODAY videographers Tim Sparks, Tyler Lundquist, Lauren Montoya and Matt Albright attend the Vex Robotics Competition at Massari Arena Saturday, Feb. 18.
TODAY photographer Ye Ming captures the performance of “The Vagina Monologues” at Hoag Hall, Feb. 15.
TODAY videographers Matt Albright, Janae Deas, Tyler Lundquist, Tim Sparks and contributor Ricky Long produced an interview with Rev 89 station manager Mike Atencio.
Videographers Tim Sparks and Lauren Montoya attend the Second City performance Feb. 2, despite the cold weather.
Videographers Janae Deas and Matt Albright check out how pleased students are with the $850,000 expansion, which now connects the Student Recreation Center and the Massari Arena building.
TODAY photographer attended, as well as presented for the third PechaKucha night, which brought in presenters of an array of topics, from the pending apocalypse to burlesque performances, Thursday, Jan. 26.
TODAY videographers Tyler Lundquist and Matt Albright attend the revealing of Kerry Reid-Searl’s newly developed nursing technique, known as MASK-ED (KRS simulation), Wednesday, Jan. 25.
TODAY videographers Tyler Lundquist and Matt Albright attend the men’s basketball game Friday, Jan. 20, where Lesley Di Mare, CSU-Pueblo’s new president, was named an honorary coach.
Girl in the Bookstore Article: Seniors: If you could write a letter and send it back in time to yourself at the beginning of your college career, what would it say?
Milly Spady, a senior at CSU-Pueblo and a member of the TODAY staff, utilizes her job at the bookstore to delve into the minds of students and faculty members at the university.