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The University of Nebraska-Omaha wrestling team won their third consecutive NCAA Division II national title and their sixth in eight years on March 12.
Long-time CSU-Pueblo Upward Bound director Mike Medina passed away on Monday, March 21. His funeral was held the following Friday. Student Activities Director Nicky Damania had some commentary on his experiences with Medina.
A recent survey taken by 21 random people at CSU-Pueblo about marijuana use and legalization reveals some student’s positions.
Mike Medina, who served in the TRiO Office at CSU-Pueblo and whose outgoing personality made him popular with faculty, staff and students, died Monday.
CSU-Pueblo’s wrestling team crowned their first All-American last weekend. Senior heavyweight, Patrick Carey finished in eight place receiving the honors.
The “Making Sense of Consent” presentation held Wednesday at CSU-Pueblo’s Occhiato University Center covered details about consent and sexual assault.
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A Mayan spiritual messenger shared his knowledge about his culture’s controversial calendar in a presentation to a nearly full auditorium, at the Hasan School of Business, March 7.
CSU-Pueblo students Charles “Evan” Montoya, 19, and Simon Budisavljevic, 18, were arrested Wednesday, March 9, after they admitted to their involvement with a bomb threat March 8. Read more…
CSU-Pueblo hosted Pi Day’s Student Organization Fair on Monday, March 14. The fair’s theme centered around Pi Day, and the take-off that is “Pie Day.” Many pies were eaten, and several were thrown at ASG President Steve Titus.
The recent bomb threat to CSU-Pueblo caused the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Department to postpone a Campus Safety Week demonstration of their K9 unit, Tuesday.
A total of 391 students and community members seeking jobs met with 53 employers at CSU-Pueblo’s annual Career Fair, held in the ballroom of the Occhiato University Center, March 2.