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The classical tale of two children lost in the woods took a dark but contemporary twist in “Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters”, starring Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton as paranormal bounty hunters.
Bruce Gifford the acting dean of student services and enrollment management will be retiring after this semester, on May 13.
Whether you grew up in Colorado or have never even seen snow before, it’s probably time for a review of safe winter driving habits.
It’s about to get real at the New York City law firm Pearson and Hardman. That could only mean one thing, the hit USA Network show “Suits” is back.
“My girlfriend and I broke up, but it’s okay because we’re so different. For example, I’m a carnivore and she’s a vegetarian, I’m a Leo and she’s a Capricorn, I’m Mexican and she’s…employed.”
Wrestling is a sport that is comparable to hand-to-hand combat. It is an individual sport that can be won or lost based on actions of the individual alone.
On Nov. 10, 1984, then University of Southern Colorado Indians, lost to Adams State University, 51-25, in the final game of their season.
By the end of this week the Romney and Obama signs will be taken down, many of the political stickers will be pealed away from bumpers, campaigns ads will no longer drown voters and people will cease their political talk as well.
Entering the first ThunderWolf women’s golf tournament of the season on Sept. 10, at the West Texas A&M Stampede, in Amarillo, Tex., redshirt freshman Leina Kim had no idea what she was about to accomplish.
As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, Charley Trujillo, writer and filmmaker, visited CSU-Pueblo on Oct. 3, to talk about his book, “Soldados: Chicanos in Viet Nam.”
Following the final college game in the career of kicker Kyle Major, on Nov. 26, 2011, the ThunderWolves were faced with what was to be quite the difficult transition.
TODAY writer Kara Mason shows various photos of Colorado in the fall.