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Colorado State University-Pueblo Religious Fair took place on April 18, at the Hearthwell Lounge and the Ballroom at the Occhiato University Center.
The free Winter Drumline Percussion Ensemble Concert was held on April 18 in Hoag Recital Hall and featured 10 songs performed by the Colorado State University-Pueblo Drumline and Percussion Ensemble.
Carl Wright has been announced as the new provost and Vice-President for Academic Affairs at Colorado State University- Pueblo. Wright will start as provost on July 15, 2013.
On Friday, April 12, the Occhiato University Center was filled with local residents and international students to celebrate cultural diversity, for the International Food and Cultural Extravaganza.
The Colorado State University-Pueblo Percussion Ensemble and Drumline will be holding their semester Percussion Extravaganza Concert on April 18 in the Hoag Hall at 7:30 p.m.
The state of Colorado has joined 12 other states by passing laws allowing in-state tuition to apply to undocumented immigrants.
Colorado State University-Pueblo will be sending several students to Melbourne, Fla. to compete in the national rock climbing competition.
Jane Fraser, the department chair of engineering at Colorado State University-Pueblo, is part of a team going on a trip to Vietnam.
The Automotive Industry Management, also known as AIM, will be hosting two spring events this semester.
Colorado State University-Pueblo students are eligible to be recognized at the YWCA 12th Annual Tribute to Women awards dinner, being held on May 14th at the Pueblo Convention Center.
Associated Students’ Government elections polls are now open and students were able to begin voting on April 9 at 8 a.m. The polls will remain open until April 11 at 4 p.m.
On April 9, Colorado State University- Pueblo named Dr. Carl Wright the new provost and Vice-President for Academic Affairs, starting July 15.