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In 2009, J.J. Abrams introduced us to the re-imagined world of “Star Trek,” full of epic space battles, high tech gadgetry and green women.
The University Budget Board’s evaluation of all of Colorado State University- Pueblo’s administrative and academic departments was given to President Lesley Di Mare, who will make the final decisions concerning the university’s best budgetary plan.
The non-profit DoSomething.org, in conjunction with Columbia Journalism Review, recently released the findings from their national survey on the youth opinion of gun control.
The greatness of “Die Hard” lies in its randomness. This guy really isn’t supposed to be here today; it’s John McClane’s bad luck that he’s in this building during a massive heist.
Jesse Hillhouse has always been interested in the sport of wrestling, even as a child.
Every year, Colorado State University- Pueblo has a Distinguished Speakers Series, where individuals who are considered to be prominent speakers come to campus.
When aspects of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” clashed with a new adaptation of the zombie apocalypse, the ensuing result was the romantic comedy “Warm Bodies.”
The grants administrator isn’t the easiest job. The job requires someone who is capable of multi-tasking at once.
The Sangre de Cristo Arts Center currently features a display by a team of local artists, including a professor at the university.
The Colorado State University- Pueblo music department will be experiencing change in the upcoming academic year, as Jennifer Shadle-Peters announced her retirement after this semester.
Working hard and playing hard are not the only things that senior Laurel Kearsley does in the classroom but also on the basketball court.
What is the foundation of a dream? What is the foundation of your dream?