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Zimmerman’s Casual Cosmopolitanism lecture shines light on historical garments

By Eboni Tubbs Why do people wear dressing gowns? Are they for sleeping or dressing down? Can they be used to show off one’s wealth or social status? Rachel Zimmerman, a new faculty member at Colorado State University-Pueblo, answered these questions in a lecture about historical clothing and their meanings...
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Cross Parallel joins the campus community

By Melanie Mau Cross Parallel, a Christian ministry for young adults, moved to the campus of Colorado State-University-Pueblo this semester.  They meet every Friday night in the Occhiato Student Center at 7:00 p.m. Cross Parallel’s first meeting was on August 24.   “There was a lot of competition that night,” said Pastor Tony Amaya. It was...
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Campus bathrooms face criticism

By Victoria Jimenez Although Colorado State University-Pueblo has undergone a massive facelift in the past decade alone, a lingering zit remains with the status of public campus bathrooms. With over 4,000 undergraduate students in attendance across a 275-acre campus, according to the CSU-Pueblo website, the university is faced with the...
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Changing the plots of love stories

By Dashon King When it comes love stories, “Love, Simon” is a different and new take how to tell such stories. The movie is about a high school boy who is like everyone else, except he has a secret that he keeps. Simon is gay. His privacy is jeopardized when...
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Leaving a legacy

By Chianna Schoenthaler For 30 years Joe Folda’s passion for students’ success has been a defining trait on and off the court. Jackie Wallgren, the athletic director, compliance and senior woman administrator, said “He always remembers to keep our students first in everything we do. He has taught me to...
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