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CSU-Pueblo’s Baseball team defeated Colorado School of Mines twice in a double header Saturday afternoon.
The Women on the Diamond discussion Monday advocated equality among men and women baseball players, as well as enlighten 24 students on the history of women’s baseball.
Two CSU-Pueblo students were arrested Wednesday evening in connection to the bomb threat made to the university recently.
Students were in an uproar on Tuesday, March 8, over CSU-Pueblo’s failure to cancel classes and adequately inform the campus of an imposing threat. Read more…
CSU-Pueblo students, staff and faculty should be on high alert for suspicious objects and activity, as there was a bomb threat to the school Tuesday morning.
The Republican Party needs new blood, fresh ideas and a more progressive approach to its constituents, said Meghan McCain, daughter of presidential nominee Sen. John McCain, on Wednesday in Hoag Hall. Read more…
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Institutions of higher education must be accredited and eventually reaccredited, and CSU-Pueblo’s graduate nursing program is currently going through this process.
Peter K. Dorhout, who has served as vice provost for graduate affairs at CSU-Fort Collins since 2004, has been named interim provost for CSU-Pueblo.
CSU-Pueblo’s wrestling team competed at the NCAA Division II Super Regional Four Championships at San Francisco State University last weekend.
The process of canceling or delaying classes because of snowy weather might not be as simple as people at CSU-Pueblo may think.
The Veteran and Military Support Club will be spearheading a Care Package Drive during March for the purposes of gathering items to send to soldiers who are overseas.