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Student Veterans of America will try to show the hardships POW’s faced in Bataan Memorial March

By Alexandra Purcell CSU-Pueblo Today Photo/ Jon DooseThe rock, located between the Admin and LARC buildings was painted at the begin of this month by SVA to help draw attention to the march on Oct. 7. Coming up on Oct. 7, 2017, Colorado State University-Pueblo’s chapter of Student Veterans of...
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CHASS met and greet for all students to attend

College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHASS) is hosting the annual CHASS barbecue outside the courtyard between the General Classroom Building (GCB) and the Library and Academic Resource Center (LARC) Thursday beginning at 11 a.m.. REV 89, the campus radio station, The CSU-Pueblo Today Organization and other various CHASS departments...
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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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Capture the Flag!

By Tiffany Underwood The Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Christian Challenge hosted glow in the dark capture the flag from 7:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. meeting at the fountain in the front of Colorado State University- Pueblo. The game of capture the flag was played at the center of...
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