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In a match that had playoff implications, CSU-Pueblo lost a five-set thriller to Western New Mexico Friday, Nov. 4, away from home.
CSU-Pueblo became the host university of the Mountain Pacific Troops to Teachers Program Nov.1, which recruits experienced military members to teach for K-12 schools.
Steve Dealph, a businessman from Warner Bros. Entertainment, recently spoke for CSU-Pueblo’s Distinguished Speaker Series. He presented to 60 students, faculty and community members Nov. 9, in the OUC Ballroom.
The Pueblo City-County Health Department was awarded a $375,000 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to develop communication strategies for decontamination in the event of a biological terrorist attack.
The CSU-Pueblo has started their sixth annual Bring a Kid a Book book drive in order to donate books to children. The drive will last until Christmas Eve.
Since August 2009, Rick Kreminski served as dean of the College of Science and Mathematics, but as of December he will begin his new position as CSU-Pueblo’s Interim Provost.
The Presidential Leadership Program at CSU-Pueblo has been preparing students for leadership roles for the past 11 years.
The ThunderWolves football team took to their home field Saturday, Nov. 5, knowing that with a win they would have at least a share to the RMAC title. After a slow first quarter, the Pack found their groove again and took down the Western State Mountaineers 41-3.
CSU-Pueblo’s football team will host Western State College Nov.5, at 2 p.m., for Community College Day, at the Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl Stadium.
The eighth annual Young Women’s Real Life Conference was held Nov. 2 in the Occhiatto University Center Ballroom. The annual conference reaches an average of 70 high school girls each year.
The Career Center once again helped CSU-Pueblo juniors, seniors and graduate students to prepare for business experiences as they hosted their annual Dining for Success Etiquette Dinner Thursday, Nov. 3.
Interest from CSU-Pueblo students to start an International Justice Mission chapter on campus has been raised since an IJM representative presented the organization to 78 students Oct. 20.