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Courtney Morrison performed her senior recital in front of a crowd of 35 that included her one-year-old daughter Jayla, on Oct. 27, in Hoag Recital Hall.
After 17 years as a member of the CSU-Pueblo nursing department staff, Katie Cadena-Priebe has resigned as an administrative assistant.
Cadena-Priebe said she resigned over a conflict with the associate dean of the nursing department She said she reached out to the dean to try to solve this conflict, but decided to resign.
Imagine growing up with a physical condition that causes seizures, while at the same time growing up poor, eating only government food on an Indian reservation. It may sound defeating, but don’t try bartering that to Native American author Sherman Alexie.
The cast and crew of Flair Affair join Southern Colorado Paranormal Researchers as they investigate the Abbey in Canon City, Colorado. Episode #3 streaming now!
Professional operatic tenor George Humphrey performed for a much smaller crowd than he is used to Monday in Hoag Hall.
Accustomed to singing in front of more than 3,000 people, Humphrey, a former CSU-Pueblo student, performed in front of a crowd of about 40 people.
CSU-Pueblo released the list of students who ran for the 2010 homecoming court. The students are a diverse group of students from across the campus.
CSU-Pueblo held its annual Homecoming Royalty Dance the evening of Saturday Oct. 2, in the Occhiato University Center Ballroom, where students danced and socialized.
Flair Affair at the 16th Annual Chile & Frijoles Festival in historic downtown Pueblo streaming now!
Denton said she was promoted to the chief operations officer position in the foundation office. She said one main responsibility of the position is she monitors the employees to see they work productively.
Military veterans help set up displays for the Cost of Freedom Tribute, including the Vietnam Memorial Wall replica, while they chat with onlookers and shared stories about their military service.
Kirk Farber, author of “Postcards From a Dead Girl,” was the first of eight authors to visit the CSU-Pueblo campus for the Southern Colorado reading series on Sept. 16, 2010. The reading series is now on its’ tenth year on campus.
As fall arrives and summer ends, it is time for a change in attire and fashion for CSU-Pueblo students.
“Living in Colorado means never knowing what the weather may be like,” said Larissa Hernandez, a 20-year-old sophomore studying speech pathology.