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Pack brings the Thunder in week one

By Emily Montgomery The Colorado State University-Pueblo football team was unstoppable on the first Saturday night of Sept. in their home opener against Dixie State. With a final score of 56-14, the Thunderwolves proved they were hungry for a victory. Running back Austin Micci had many highlights during the game,...
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Campus bathrooms face criticism

By Victoria Jimenez Although Colorado State University-Pueblo has undergone a massive facelift in the past decade alone, a lingering zit remains with the status of public campus bathrooms. With over 4,000 undergraduate students in attendance across a 275-acre campus, according to the CSU-Pueblo website, the university is faced with the...
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Changing the plots of love stories

By Dashon King When it comes love stories, “Love, Simon” is a different and new take how to tell such stories. The movie is about a high school boy who is like everyone else, except he has a secret that he keeps. Simon is gay. His privacy is jeopardized when...
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Indigenous student org discusses issues

By Aimee Torrez Problems facing indigenous people and their communities was the topic at the Feb. 27 meeting of the Indigenous Student Association.  Started in September 2017 to celebrate Native American history, the group has been doing outreach on campus to expand its presence and be known. They noticed there...
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STEM Southern regionals full of potential

 By Tiffany Underwood Colorado State University- Pueblo hosted 800 students from all-around the Colorado area in 33 STEM based competitions Feb. 17, for the southern regionals. The event began at 9 a.m. with competitors showing up as early as 6 a.m. to prepare. The competition portion of the event lasted...
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University seeks to prevent new era of cheating

CSU-Pueblo Today Photo/ Deanna HarrisonPlagiarism is prohibited but some students still copy and paste. To make there essays longer. By Rebecca VanGorder Cheating has evolved in this technology-focused, high-speed era of education. With this, new and creative methods are being employed to circumvent a variety of safeguards now being put...
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