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Together Never Torn members Timothy Zercher and Mario Ruiz won the president and vice president positions of the Associated Students’ Government election, prevailing over incumbents, Michael Weiner and Michael Linsenman, as announced on April 23.
Colorado State University-Pueblo is in the process of rebuilding the university’s soccer/lacrosse field and constructing a new academic building.
A jilted girlfriend, a crush-worthy professor, an offer of money for a completed assignment and a detailed description of someone’s spring break exploits. What could these things possibly have in common? They were all anonymous declarations posted on the CSU-Pueblo Confessions Facebook page.
Four Colorado State University-Pueblo mass communications students placed or won in an annual Society of Professional Journalists competition.
During the first two weeks of the semester, the Associated Students’ Government progress came to a stand-still because of member losses which ultimately required replacement of 14 positions.
The third annual Purple Pump Extravaganza drew Colorado State University-Pueblo students into the Occhiato University Center Ballroom last Thursday for a celebration to pamper and celebrate women.
Colorado State University-Pueblo campus takes part in activities for National Women’s History Month, as it is recognized each March.
Last week, a new organization was formed that joined the five clubs into a collaborative unit called the HSB Student Leadership Counsel.
“I can be a girl and still box,” said Chantel Cordova, a female boxer from Pueblo West, while speaking to an audience at the Occhiato University Center on Wednesday.
The Associated Students’ Government elections at Colorado State University-Pueblo are quickly approaching. The actual polling will take place on April 21 and 22, but a great deal of work must be done in the mean time to prepare for the election on campus.
Jennifer DeLuna was hired in January for the new position of director of diversity and inclusion at Colorado State University-Pueblo.
Colorado State University-Pueblo is working to encourage students to take advantage of its study abroad program by partnering with the marketing club.