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Video footage of Provost Russ Meyer’s retirement party.
The TRiO programs of CSU-Pueblo and Pueblo Community College will celebrate National TRiO Day with a book, art supply and toy drive until Friday, Feb. 25, and community service at Sangre de Cristo Hospice will take place from 8 a.m. until noon on Saturday, Feb 26.
The Rev 89 Drivetime show has found someone to step up to the microphone following the departure of one of the station’s co-hosts.
CSU-Pueblo held its sixth-annual Loaf N’ Jug Youth Shootout on Friday night at Massari arena. The event was held during the halftime of both the CSU-Pueblo’s men’s and women‘s basketball games.
The CSU-Pueblo’s runner’s club is in its second year and looking for new members who are interested in competing, getting in shape or just running for fun.
Things that are lost can sometimes be found, and Auxiliary Services in the Occhiato University Center tries to make that a bit easier for students.
The Pack opened its baseball season over the weekend. The Montana State-Billings Yellowjackets made the trip to the steel city, winning both games on Sunday after the pack won the two games on Saturday.
Hard work can pay off in the form of a scholarship that will be awarded in April to the top three student employees at CSU-Pueblo.
Russ Meyer, provost for CSU-Pueblo, will retire Friday, Feb. 18 after serving the university 11 years, said Julio Leon, interim president in an e-mail to the campus.
The CSU-Pueblo baseball team fought back to win their first game of the season Saturday, with a 6-4 victory over the Montana State University-Billings Yellowjackets.
About 30 CSU-Pueblo students took advantage of the opportunity to enjoy the biggest game of the NFL season on campus on Sunday, Feb. 6 in the Columbine Café in the Occhiato University Center.