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The water outage, which residents of the Belmont Residence Hall experienced on Wednesday, Oct. 24, is in the process of being fixed.
Colorado State University-Pueblo will hold an open forum this Tuesday for strategic planning. The forum is an opportunity for the campus and community to give feedback on proposed ideas to better the university. The forum …
Students at Colorado State University-Pueblo saw their parking permit rates go up this year, and the extra $80,000 expected to be raised from those permits will go toward paying for new roads and other improvement projects on campus.
Colorado State University-Pueblo International Students Association celebrated a Diwali festival with Henna tattoos, cultural dances and internationally flavored food.
An advisory board of students is being formed to help plan student activities for the 2014-15 school year.
Adventure seekers on a budget may not have to search very far for gear at a bargain.
Colorado State University-Pueblo will be home to six new sports next fall regardless of how much the CSU-Pueblo Foundation raises in its fundraising campaign, which announced the additions in August.
Colorado State University-Pueblo looks to improve the quality of university life and academics for students, via the National Survey of Student Engagement.
Plans for the new classroom building, an update on student workers’ biweekly pay and the Associated Students’ Government safety walk were highlighted at the CSU-Pueblo ASG meeting, held on Oct. 17.
On October 21 between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. Colorado State University-Pueblo experienced a power outage lasting about two hours.
As part of the growing effort to celebrate and observe multicultural events at Colorado State University-Pueblo, the Diversity Resource Center organized an Eid party at their lounge on Oct. 16.
Eid-ul-Adha is a religious holiday celebrated …
Students recently received an email from the Information Technology Services about a new virus called CryptoLocker.