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The annual international welcome party took place on Sept. 27 at 5 p.m. in the OUC Ballroom, and was a joint collaboration of the Center for International Programs, the Diversity Resource Center and the Student …
This week’s Associated Students’ Government meeting focused on the topics of campus safety, the hiring process for a new dean of student life and the retirement of Marjorie Villani, the current acting dean of student life.
Colorado State University-Pueblo ministries set aside time this week to recognize National Student Prayer Week.
The deadline for those applying to run for homecoming king was postponed by five days so that enough candidates could be obtained to hold an election.
In her State of the University Address, Colorado State University-Pueblo President Lesley Di Mare discussed the difficulties of paying for college in today’s economy and the university’s plans to meet the challenges of having fewer students.
Claudia Walters, director of dining services, assures students that the food provided throughout campus is safely prepared and stored by the staff of Chartwells.
Colorado State University-Pueblo’s Associated Students’ government discussed the topics of campus safety, homecoming elections, childcare attendance requirements and position vacancies in their weekly meeting on Sept. 19, before confirming five new directors.
A new program called the summit will change the student organization funding and regulate the money distributed to student organizations on campus.
On Monday, Sept. 16, 2013, Aaron Alexis shot and killed 12 people at the U.S. Navy command complex building before being shot and killed himself.
The Neta & Eddie DeRose Thunderbowl will become a sea of red on Saturday when the No. 5 ranked ThunderWolves take on the Western New Mexico Mustangs.
The CSU-P Confessions page on Facebook is a popular place for students to anonymously “confess” their secrets to other students on campus.
The Diversity Resource Center at Colorado State University Pueblo took the initiative to promote campus diversity by showing the movie “My Name is Khan” on Sept. 13.