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Math and Physics Department welcomes new professor with small town roots and big research

Caixia Gao, one of the newest additions to the math and physics department at CSU-Pueblo, may prefer a small town atmosphere for living, but her personal scholarly research involves something much larger: the expansion of the universe. Gao has been teaching physics labs at the undergraduate level since 2007. “I...
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ASG chief justice values communication

ASG chief justice Jacob Stice (right) plans to join the military after graduation. | Photo courtesy of Jacob Sitce For Colorado State University-Pueblo senior Jacob Stice, being in a leadership role requires an ability to listen to the concerns of others while voicing his own opinion. Stice, who currently serves...
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Producer Lydia Dean Pilcher to present at CSU-Pueblo

Film and TV producer Lydia Dean Pilcher will be visiting the Colorado State University-Pueblo campus March 14, leading student workshops and giving a presentation on a range of topics in the film industry. Lydia Dean Pilcher | Photo courtesy of http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0212990/ Pilcher, a producer with over 30 movies to her...
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ASG senator Shawn King encourages meaningful change on campus

ASG senator Shawn King hopes to make change on campus. | Photo courtesy of csupueblo.edu Colorado State University-Pueblo student Shawn King believes students should use their strengths to engage in the university. King, who represents the Associated Students’ Government as senator of the College of Education, Engineering, and Professional Studies,...
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Enactus develops workshops to benefit Pueblo community

Colorado State University-Pueblo’s Enactus organization will be featuring three workshops on Feb. 29, March 7 and March 14. The campus organization creates projects every year to benefit the local community. The CSU-Pueblo campus Enactus president, Timothy Zercher describes the organization as a platform to help develop students as well as...
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Involvement is key for ASG senator Nicole Hulet

Nicole Hulet | Photo courtesy of csupueblo.edu For Colorado State University-Pueblo biology major Nicole Hulet, involvement is key to making a difference on campus. Voted senator of the College of Science and Math and Speaker Pro-tempore of the Senate of the Associate Students’ Government in April 2015, Hulet is involved...
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ASG vice president aspires to attend law school

ASG vice president Gene Wilson Colorado State University-Pueblo student Gene Wilson was elected as vice president of the Associated Students’ Government in April 2015 and is looking forward to his future. Wilson, a political science and Spanish major with a minor in communication and rhetoric, has set his sights on...
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