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CSU-Pueblo’s Veterans Upward Bound Project received a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
Rich Yanez, author of “Cross Over Water,” shared his thoughts about his book, on Thursday, Sept. 27, at CSU-Pueblo, as part of the Southern Colorado Reading Series.
The last day to register to vote for the 2012 presidential elections is Oct. 9. Elections will be held Nov. 6.
Two weeks before classes started, band members at CSU-Pueblo are already starting their preparations for the upcoming season.
Renowned filmmaker and transformational speaker Jesus Nebot gave a lecture on Tuesday, Sept. 18, in the OUC ballroom, about illegal immigration.
160 students at CSU-Pueblo were dropped from classes after they failed to pay their first dues, which was Monday, Aug. 23. More than 80 students came back after making payments.
CSU-Pueblo released its annual Fire Safety and Security Report for 2012, which outlines safety and security policies and lists crime statistics for the past three years
Well folks, it’s nearly that time of year when the stimulating breeze of fire roasted green chilies invades the streets of downtown Pueblo.
On Sept. 8, the Pueblo Sister Cities Program held a food festival at CSU-Pueblo for people to come and get a taste of international food.
CSU-Pueblo students are being asked to participate in a six month bioterrorism research project being put on by the Pueblo City-County Health Department.
Erich Matola was announced the new chief information officer of Colorado State University-Pueblo last Friday. His employment will be effective on Oct. 15.
Although many plan to say goodbye to school forever after graduation, the Career Center at CSU-Pueblo asks them to reconsider by hosting Graduate School Fair Thursday, Sept. 13.