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Experiential education encourages hands-on learning

Colorado State University-Pueblo is currently working to implement a new learning initiative as a part of its re-accreditation process. The university has selected experiential education as the Higher Learning Commission Quality Initiative, using the Association for Experiential Education’s definition and principles of experiential education to guide the quality initiative. Julie...
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CSU-Pueblo campus gathers to celebrate mascot’s birthday

CSU-Pueblo mascot Wolfie celebrated his 20th birthday on Jan. 21. Photo by Daniel Potter. CSU-Pueblo mascot Wolfie’s 20th birthday brought the CSU-Pueblo community together to celebrate in the Occhiato University Center on Jan. 21. The party provided students with CSU-Pueblo-themed cupcakes, Wolfie coloring books and a station to make their...
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CSU-Pueblo professor details Ludlow history in new academic book

"Making an American Workforce: The Rockefellers and the Legacy of Ludlow" details early Southern Colorado history. Photo courtesy of Fawn Montoya. CSU-Pueblo professor Fawn Amber Montoya has worked to combine elements of Colorado history in a new academic book. In “Making an American Workforce: The Rockefellers and the Legacy of...
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Facilities management works to keep campus safe during winter

Photo courtesy of csupueblo.edu The CSU-Pueblo Alert emergency system and the facilities management department aim to keep students and staff safe during dangerous winter conditions. The emergency alert system began in the fall of 2008 when the university partnered with Rave Wireless to provide an emergency text-messaging program. In the...
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Busy semester for Student Engagement and Leadership

Student Engagement and Leadership officeOUC Room 006Photo credit: Dustin Cox The Office of Student Engagement and Leadership at Colorado State University - Pueblo is set to bring some exciting events and activities to campus for students during the 2015 spring semester. First is the Distinguished Speaker Series with former basketball...
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Gone in a Puff: remembering when the world changed

Photo credit: Charlie Kelly, Associated Press As a child growing up during the Civil Rights Movement, I had been intentionally sheltered from the growing discord in hopes that it would “blow over” and life would get back to the 1950s version of normal. But progress would not be denied. My...
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Tempered Steel looking for creative writers

Tempered Steel is CSU-Pueblo's creative writing publication. Calling all CSU-Pueblo’s ink slingers, wordsmiths and lyricists! Have you written a poem about zombies in love? What about a short story recounting a mime’s struggle to survive the end of days? Or how about that one time you saved the planet by...
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Student leaders grow their skills at annual conference

Photo courtesy of Sarah Zarr Students from Colorado State University-Pueblo flocked to the Student Leadership Experience Conference in Westminster on Jan. 7 to participate in the three days of leadership growth activities. The conference, which takes place annually before each spring semester, has been going on for six years. The...
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Civil War enthusiasts bring living history to CSU-Pueblo

A living history event commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War took place on the CSU-Pueblo campus Wednesday featuring participants from reenactment units based in New Mexico and Colorado. The participants portrayed civilians of the period and soldiers from the Union and Confederate armies. They demonstrated weapons fire and...
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Distinguished Speaker Series to feature Coach Ken Carter

Coach Ken Carter Former high school basketball coach Ken Carter will be featured in Colorado State University-Pueblo’s Distinguished Speaker Series Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Occhiato University Center Ballroom. Carter coached basketball for more than 15 years and has inspired many young individuals to reach their fullest potential. He...
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