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Sharon Hatton-Montoya, who was known for her generosity and her love for students, died Friday at age 59. Cause of death is unknown.
Elizabeth Samaras, an assistant professor with the Nursing Department at CSU-Pueblo, and nursing graduate program students Patrick Cummings, Kimberly Paine, Tessa Meunier and Patricia Reynolds listen to a question asked by someone from the audience …
The third year of the Distinguished Speakers series, sponsored by CSU-Pueblo, will begin this fall semester and will feature two Olympic speakers, an actor and a businessman.
Gov. John Hickenlooper on Friday penned his signature to SB 11-204 allowing CSU-Pueblo to add the first-ever doctorate program, a doctorate of nursing practice degree, to its curriculum. An advanced-level practice degree, …
The current CSU-Pueblo time capsule that was prepared by the university’s library was placed in the university archives on April 22, the day of its grand opening. The capsule will remain sealed for 100 years, and will be opened in the year 2111.
“Back on Track,” a new summer school program, aims to help students focus academically and will be offered at CSU-Pueblo this summer, May 16 through June 13.
Artist and CSU-Pueblo faculty member Maria Lopez gave insight to her inspirations in a lecture given in room 134 of the Art/Music building on Tuesday afternoon.
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The Office of Student Activities sponsors a bi-annual oxygen bar on the Tuesdays during finals weeks.
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A ceremony was held to unveil the remodeled Library and Resources Center at CSU-Pueblo, which underwent over two years of construction and cost $24 million, Friday, April 22.
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