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CSU-Pueblo students from Professor Jackie Stroud’s women’s studies class showed off their creative side Dec. 2, with a poster session.
Comedian Marcus will be next up on CSU-Pueblo’s Comedy Central Presents series, Wednesday, Nov. 30, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., in Hoag Hall.
To be the best, you have to beat the best. That’s the opportunity the ThunderWolves football team had Saturday, Nov. 26, when they took their undefeated record and number one ranking into first round of the 2011 NCAA Division II playoffs.
Though he speculated about the possibility, professor Rick Kreminski was still surprised to hear the announcement of him being named CSU-Pueblo’s interim provost.
When CSU-Pueblo athletes stepped onto the field or court during the last week of October, there was more than just the game on the line.
CSU-Pueblo, as the 20th American university to join the Sino-American 1+2+1 Dual Degree Program between China and the U.S., welcomed program officials to visit the campus Monday, Oct. 31.
Milly Spady, a senior at CSU-Pueblo and a member of the TODAY staff, utilizes her job at the bookstore to delve into the minds of students and faculty members at the university.
TODAY videographer Janae Deas attends the Veterans Day celebration and the unveiling of the Southeast Asia War Memorial on campus Nov. 11.
CSU-Pueblo’s football team completed their regular season undefeated Saturday, Nov. 12, and is now the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference champions for the second time in the university’s history.
CSU-Pueblo returned to the conference playoffs for the first time since 2006 Tuesday, Nov. 8, but fell to Adams State in straight sets. The Pack ended the season 15-13, their first winning season since 2006.
In a match that had playoff implications, CSU-Pueblo lost a five-set thriller to Western New Mexico Friday, Nov. 4, away from home.
CSU-Pueblo became the host university of the Mountain Pacific Troops to Teachers Program Nov.1, which recruits experienced military members to teach for K-12 schools.