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CSU-Pueblo’s Art Club will be sponsoring Joel Cohen, the next in the distinguished speaker series on campus. Cohen, a co-writer and producer for the award-winning show “The Simpsons,” will be speaking in the OUC Ballroom on Wednesday, October 13, at 7 p.m.
For nearly 30 years, the Upward Bound program has been providing educational support to local high school students — who come from low-income and first generation families — in hopes that participants will succeed in their precollege performance and ultimately in their higher education pursuits, said Upward Bound Director, Ismana Carney.
To get the campus community pumped up for the football game against Chadron State College on Saturday, CSU-Pueblo held a pep rally and pig roast Friday, Oct. 1, in Residence Hall.
Beer is a favorite drink for many collegians, and for some of them, the taste of locally made microbrews is irresistible.
Some of those who prefer the taste of local microbrews would like to learn how such beer is made or even how to make it themselves.
A fight and a car fire brought an end to CSU-Pueblo’s festive homecoming weekend Sunday.
Ervin Farris, a sophomore majoring in sociology, got into a fight with an unidentified man during the homecoming dance at about 1 a.m. at the Occhiato University Center, Officer William Brown said in a statement issued by the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Department.
The CSU-Pueblo Music Department kicked off the semester with the first fall concert, the Annual Friends of Music Donors Circle Concert, on Sept. 26 in Hoag Recital Hall.
The CSU-Pueblo Alumni Association has teamed up with student activities to host several events for this weekend’s homecoming activities.
October is ‘Domestic Violence Month’ and CSU-Pueblo will be bringing awareness to this issue through activities and displays on campus throughout the month.
The Cost of Freedom tribute, a four-day event that honors and remembers our uniformed sons and daughters who have served and are serving our country, is on display until Sunday, Oct. 3 on the campus grounds at CSU-Pueblo.
The CSU-Pueblo homecoming kick-off event was held from Monday, Sept. 27 in the Great Hall in the Occhiato University Center.
The event gave students the chance to meet the homecoming king and queen candidates, and learn about the homecoming activities this week.
CSU-Pueblo Band Day featured more than 340 visiting high school band students who performed before and throughout the ThunderWolves football matchup against Adams State College on Sept. 18.
The Black Student Organization of CSU-Pueblo gives students of all ethnicities the chance to learn about African-American history and culture and share information with the rest of the university and the community.