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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.
The CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves’ football team is one of seven finalists in the running for Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s “Best Under the Radar NCAA Football Atmosphere.”
Headcount is down at Colorado State University-Pueblo for the second year in a row, but university administrators have identified reasons for the decline, plan to reverse the issue with intensified recruitment strategies.
Since free math tutoring has recently become harder to obtain at Colorado State University-Pueblo, some professors are exploring the possibility of using YouTube to assist with teaching math problems.
The Robert Noyce Scholarship Program at Colorado State University-Pueblo is offered to strengthen mathematics achievement in the region of southeastern Colorado.
A series of discussions on experiential education at Colorado State University-Pueblo could change the way students are taught to include more hands-on or “experiential” learning.
Biweekly pay for student workers, the remodel of the Occhiato University Center and an update on the hiring process for a new dean of student life were among the issues discussed at the weekly Colorado State University-Pueblo Associated Students’ Government meeting on Oct. 10.
Colorado State University-Pueblo may not be the biggest or the highest ranked university in the nation, but it is not without its extraordinary people.
Colorado State University-Pueblo student Christian Cunningham, 19, has been arrested and charged with arson in suspicion for starting the fire in Culebra Hall on Sunday, Oct. 6 at approximately 10:30 p.m.