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Black History Month 2018 Lineup begins with first lady of Denver

By Victoria Jimenez Colorado State University-Pueblo’s scheduled events for Black History Month kicked off with dinner and discussion on racism and discrimination by keynote speaker, the first lady of Denver, Mary Louise Lee. The event was hosted by CSU-Pueblo’s Black Student Union and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion Feb....
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Awareness clinic hosted by OP

By Victoria Jimenez Outdoor Pursuits hosted an interactive Avalanche Awareness Clinic on Feb. 2 for all students to come and discover safety precautions students should make on a journey down the snowy peaks of the Front Range. Scott Robertshaw, associate director of student recreation at Colorado State University-Pueblo, is in...
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Coming age makes for entertainment

By Jacob Duran “Lady Bird” is a teenage coming of age movie that isn’t a traditional.  This movie focuses on the eponymous character Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson (Saoirse Ronan). It chronicles her senior year at a Catholic High School, her search and journey to attend the college of dreams. The...
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New turf for new season

By Tiffany Underwood The Colorado State University-Pueblo softball team hopes to improve on last year’s ninth place RMAC finish but they aren’t practicing where they normally would. Instead they are practicing on one of their side fields while the main one gets new turf. The team is coached by head...
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SEAL done with the Howl App

By Alex Purcell The team at Colorado State University-Pueblo’s Office of Student Affairs have been working hard to improve the efficiency of the Howl app, and they’re finally seeing the fruits of their labors. “We received an update at the beginning of the school year to make (the app) more...
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Colorado State University Wrestling Preview

Colorado State University-Pueblo Wrestling head coach Dax Charles has high expectations for the 2017-18 season. “Our goals are to win the RMAC, win the region and the National Championship,” Charles said. The Pack has serious RMAC Championship contenders in all 10 weight classes this season and have received historic national...
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Men’s Lacrosse Preview

By. Aimee Torrez The men’s lacrosse team is gearing up for their season debut against Colorado College. The ThunderWolves start the season with scrimmages on Feb. 10 and Feb. 17 at 1 p.m. Head coach Sean Blair said, he expects continued growth due to their senior leadership consisting of six...
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Women’s Soccer advancing to the Semi-Finals

The Colorado State University- Pueblo women's soccer team had a pretty good weekend even though one game resulted in a loss. The pack had a 3-0 shutout against Western State Thursday, November 3. This was the fourth straight game the women's pack soccer team has won. The first goal was...
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Eagles take South Central League title in 40-14 win over Wildcats

By James Bartolo After their first win of the season against league opponent Durango, Pueblo East Eagle head coach Andy Watts made a bold statement. “Now we're ready to win league,” Watts said. Flash forward four weeks and Watts’ promise is a reality. The Eagles captured the 3A South Central...
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