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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.
“Real Steel,” starring Hugh Jackman, opened in theaters Oct. 7. The film takes place in the near future, in a world where the world of boxing no longer consists of man-on-man fights and it is now dominated by robots battling it out.
Reebok has been ordered to pay up to $25 million in consumer refunds in a settlement agreement that was reached Sept. 28, with the Federal Trade Commission.
When they decided to run for homecoming king and queen, it wasn’t just for recognition. For Kristopher Lawrie and Jazmin Evans, it was for the memories, responsibility and forming new friendships.
Pueblo filmmaker Timothy Sparks has got true talent and passion, and is well on his way to breaking into the field professionally.
The résumés of the three candidates nominated by the CSU-Pueblo Presidential Search Advisory Committee for the next university president are out and aim to impress.
Most freshmen arriving at CSU-Pueblo this year were more concerned about doing their own grocery shopping, adjusting to campus or getting used to a fanatical roommate when school started in August, but not Shelby Aebischer. She was more focused on dancing at the Colorado State Fair.
The word devotion has several meanings, and if referenced in a dictionary, one would find words such as committed, love, dedication and religious fervor used to define it. The same words could also be used to describe the 2010 Colorado State Fair Fiesta Queen Christina Lobato.
Picture a world without modern day science. That would mean no cars, computers or cell phones, let alone every other mechanical advancement mankind has achieved.
Martina McBride, one of country music’s finest and iconic women, performed Sept. 1, at the Colorado State Fair Events Center. Drawing an almost sold-out crowd, McBride belted out her top hits, from “A Broken Wing,” to her latest single “I’m Gonna Love You Through It.”
A CSU-Pueblo graduate has been named community chapter manager and disaster specialist with the American Red Cross in northwestern New Mexico.