Articles in Opinion
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.
The exhibit “Thanks 4 Ur Info!” details the fragmented relationship between modern communication and the compulsory attitude we have grown to embrace in exchanging conversations and ideas with one another. Five artists are shown, including Brian Buckbee, Jenna Kuiper, Boris Osterov, Rachel Perry Welty and Kyle Pierce. The works explore a portrayal of loneliness, abandoned memories and the need to embrace our past as a determining current in our future.
The exhibit runs until December 6th and is open from 10:30am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday.
Clive Barker is back in the comic book world after nearly 20 years. “Seduth” is a one-shot, two-cover, three-dimensional comic book published through Idea + Design Works, LLC. (IDW). It is not your average comic book. It portrays the uglier and finer things in life using flies and diamonds from cover to cover.
When striving for the success that we long for, many students, like myself, have times where we feel worn down by all the hardships and responsibilities that college life brings. During these moments, a little …
Many Colorado State University-Pueblo students are lured into events on campus by the offer of free appetizers or meals, yet this is not maintaining their attention for the presentation or event that follows.
Recently, at the Hispanic Heritage Month Dinner held on Oct. 7, many students were seen leaving before guest speaker, Juliana Aragon-Fatula, began her presentation, which began after guests finished their meals.
Like most horror franchises that continue to go on, the “Final Destination” franchise needs to be laid to rest. The death scenes have become predictable and it has lost its shock value.
As of May 9, 2009 the free bus rides program at CSU-Pueblo has been cancelled. President of the Associated Students’ Government, Steve Titus explains what happened and he also offers some new ideas for the future.
Free bus rides for Colorado State University-Pueblo students and staff have been discontinued as of May 9, 2009. The current rate for a trip on the city bus will cost students .75 with proof of …
The house lights turn off, the stage lights flash like a strobe light as the crowd erupts in a roar for the band opening for 3OH!3, The Chain Gang of 1974.
Kamtin Mohager is known as …
If it gets tiring listening to the same artists over and over, here’s something to add to a summer soundtrack.
Priscilla Renea, a driven singer/songwriter since she was little, has captured hearts with her own take …
The future of the College of Science and Math at Colorado State University-Pueblo is about to change with the selection of the dean.
The two paths have been highlighted and Ron Williams, Ph. D. clearly shows …
See what the CSU-Pueblo students think about procrastination.