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Concerns regarding university deadlines, campus remodeling, campus marijuana policies and potential smoking bans were discussed during Pizza with the President on Jan. 30.
The Colorado State University- Pueblo music department will be experiencing change in the upcoming academic year, as Jennifer Shadle-Peters announced her retirement after this semester.
It’ll be a number-crunching kind of competition, as Colorado State University- Pueblo hosts the 2013 MATHCOUNTS Southern Colorado Chapter competition on Feb. 16.
The Second City: Laughing Matters, Chicago’s nationally recognized legendary sketch comedy show, will appear at 7 :30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 1, 2013 at the Hoag Recital Hall at Colorado State University- Pueblo.
Colorado State University- Pueblo President, Lesley Di Mare will be answering questions on Jan. 30 at noon at the Hearthwell Lounge in the Occhiato University Center.
The recent merger between I-News, Rocky Mountain PBS and KUVO will result in more journalism internship opportunities for Colorado State University Pueblo students.
What is the foundation of a dream? What is the foundation of your dream?
Bruce Gifford the acting dean of student services and enrollment management will be retiring after this semester, on May 13.
Whether you grew up in Colorado or have never even seen snow before, it’s probably time for a review of safe winter driving habits.
The Colorado State University Pueblo forensic team competed in the Great Salt Lake Invitational/Long Beach Classic tournament, winning an award for every event they competed in.
The engineering department is bringing a new master’s degree with emphasis areas in mechatronics and railroad engineering to Colorado State University Pueblo.
It’s a new semester at Colorado State University-Pueblo, and the search for the new Provost, or Vice President for Academic Affairs, has started.