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Every year $42 million is awarded to CSU-Pueblo students in the form of grants, scholarships, loans and work study positions. In fact, more than 80 percent of the students at CSU-Pueblo receive financial aid, but the deadline to get in on the action is quickly approaching.
The place burned down from a freak grease fire June 6, 2011, putting the eatery and bar out of commission. However, what was originally supposed to take a couple months to renovate turned out to take seven because of certain building options. Andy McCarthy’s Sports Bar and Grill opened its doors to the public again Nov. 11, 2011.
With the spring 2012 semester just beginning, it may be difficult for students to think about needing academic assistance. Finding resources early in the semester however, is one way students can maintain their grades and avoid playing catch-up during finals week.
Director Asger Leth has only previously co-directed one other film in 2006, a documentary named “Ghosts of Cite Soleil,” but nonetheless he made his studio debut with the new action thriller “Man on a Ledge,” released Jan. 27.
After a year of hunting for the perfect person to be the head honcho and leader of CSU-Pueblo, the Board of Governors finally found her. The president, for the first time in the university’s history, is a woman and she is all smiles as she describes this job opportunity as her proudest moment thus far.
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.
Lindsay Reeves, an alumni of CSU-Pueblo, chose to come to CSU-Pueblo after hearing a presentation Jen Mullen, mass communications department chair, gave at a conference she attended her senior year of high school.
In the fourth installment of the “Underworld” series, the war among species continues as the vampire and Lycan races not only do battle against themselves, but now must face human opposition in “Underworld: Awakening.”
After two years of being a part of Rev 89, the time has come for me to move on in to the real world and see what the future has in store.
Martin Scorsese’s latest film, “Hugo” aired on theater screens Nov. 23. The film, which is an adaptation of the novel, “The Invention of Hugo Cabret,” marks his first time directing a 3D film and was quite different than any other Scorsese flick.
The respect that Sandra Obrin had for her parents translated in to a fulfilling life because of great lessons learned. Those same lessons helped Obrin become a caring wife and mother, and have also guided her to be successful in her current position as administrative assistant to the dean of the College of Science and Mathematics at CSU-Pueblo.
CSU-Pueblo sociology professor, Timothy McGettigan, offers an interesting analysis on how scientific innovation has impacted life as we know it in his newest book “Good Science: the Pursuit of Truth and the Evolution of Reality,” released in book stores nationwide Sept. 16.