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Associated Students’ Government elections polls are now open and students were able to begin voting on April 9 at 8 a.m. The polls will remain open until April 11 at 4 p.m.
On April 9, Colorado State University- Pueblo named Dr. Carl Wright the new provost and Vice-President for Academic Affairs, starting July 15.
The Spirit Rock, a canvas dedicated for students and organizations to advertise their announcements or art on, was set up over spring break near the Administration Building.
Due to inclement weather, as of 10 a.m., all day and evening activities at all Colorado State University- Pueblo locations are cancelled.
Students of Colorado State University-Pueblo and members from the Pueblo community gathered in Hoag Hall on April 5, as students of CSU-Pueblo showcased their many talents in front of their peers and professors in the CSU-Pueblo’s Got Talent show.
The 75th Annual International Food and Cultural Extravaganza will take place on April 12, from 5:30-8 p.m. at the Occhiato University Center Ballroom.
Beatrice Spade was one the many staff members at Colorado State University-Pueblo that will always be remembered.
Tiffany Haddish, the famous American comedian, who has performed on famous comedy shows like, ‘The Comedy Show’ and ‘The Improv,’ performed at Colorado State University-Pueblo on March 20.
The Political Science Club at Colorado State University-Pueblo will be hosting a forum to focus on Narco-Trafficking on April 2.
Congress has restored the military’s tuition assistance which would have been cut due to the automatic budget cuts that took effect March 1.
M. Talha Qureshi will act as liaison officer for the team of Colorado State University-Pueblo students representing the United States of America in the New York Global Young Leaders Summit International Model United Nations held in New York this spring break.
Students in social work classes at Colorado State University-Pueblo are currently collecting food to benefit the homeless in Pueblo through March 27.