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Burnett’s book reflects life, love and reign as comedy queen

July 12, 2010 – 1:04 pm |

After all these years, comedienne Carol Burnett has written a book chronicling the success of her 1970s Emmy-winning TV variety show. Titled “This Time Together: Laughter and Reflection,” Burnett talks about how the 11-year run of “The Carol Burnett Show” was a staple for millions of TV viewers.

United States soccer: A tale of what could have been?

June 30, 2010 – 11:02 am |

Well it was a good run, good enough in U.S. soccer standards, I suppose. If we ever had a year to make an impact and show the world we know how to play soccer, it was this year.

Letter from the Editor

June 29, 2010 – 2:02 pm |
Letter from the Editor

The Flair Affair, a weekly series designed to showcase campus personnel and their talent, will soon be offered as part of CSU-Pueblo TODAY’s online publication.

Walking to a healthier, happier me

June 24, 2010 – 8:46 pm |

After double-knotting my shoelaces and gulping down a half quart of water, I stepped out into the crisp, cool morning to begin the first of many a.m. walks toward a healthier, happier me.

Letter from the editor

June 23, 2010 – 9:41 pm |
Letter from the editor

Since the start of summer, CSU-Pueblo TODAY has published material from three outside contributors and is preparing to publish a fourth submission. CSU-Pueblo would like to thank these people for their contributions, and we encourage everyone to keep the submissions coming.

Days to remember – Virginia Declaration of Rights, June 12, 1776

June 10, 2010 – 11:11 am |

George Mason wrote the first draft of the Virginia Declaration (“Bill”) of Rights. He later declined to sign the federal Constitution, in part because it lacked a bill of rights. The Virginia Declaration is a strong statement of the supreme power of the people. It has since been incorporated into the Virginia Constitution as Article I.

Five glaring issues that would otherwise make ModNation perfect

June 10, 2010 – 11:11 am | 2 Comments

ModNation offers players a unique experience, creating and sharing their own personalized karts, tracks and characters. This experience is not without flaw though. The game’s power-ups, long load times, brutal difficulty and must of an online connection, can make ModNation more frustrating than it really should be.

Reporters are human and make mistakes

June 8, 2010 – 11:35 am | One Comment

I believe that to err is human and to forgive is divine, and that student journalists at Colorado State University-Pueblo are worthy of the same forgiveness from Joe Public.

Movie Review: “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time”

June 7, 2010 – 2:38 pm |

Despite the differences that the movie inserts into the “Prince of Persia” story, the movie is likely to be enjoyable to fans of the games, as well as general audiences.
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The ‘Holistic’ Approach

June 2, 2010 – 10:27 am |

Recently, a Colorado State University-Pueblo student sent a rebuttal to an article written about the Pueblo Holistic Health and Living Fair. The student’s letter can be read inside, along with a response by Editor in Chief, Bill Dagendesh.

Flobots Concert Review: Concert Reviews for Local, State, National, and International Artists

May 13, 2010 – 3:15 pm | One Comment

Flobots’ “Survival Story” tour has led the band to Los Angeles, Calif. from Tucson, Ariz. They arrived on stage at Sunset Live Presents Key Club on May 2, at approximately 10 p.m. There were two opening acts: Midnite Theory and Champagne Champagne.

The Black Panthers- an autobiographical recolection

November 24, 2009 – 8:00 am | One Comment
The Black Panthers- an autobiographical recolection

In the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, the name Black Panthers struck fear in the hearts of most “white Americans.” In their blind fear, it was easy to attach all sorts of negative traits to what they didn’t know or didn’t understand. Never mind that both whites and blacks put one leg at a time in their pants or skirts. Never mind that they both felt hunger, pain and thirst, and loved their kids with the same emotions.