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Mother!

By Jacob Duran Darren Aronofsky, one of the most visionary and risk-taking directors currently working in Hollywood presents an ambitious story. It contains a great cast, and a level of intrigue, psychological horror, and plenty of room for interpretation. A movie that is by far one of the most ruthless...
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Indigenous student org discusses issues

By Aimee Torrez Problems facing indigenous people and their communities was the topic at the Feb. 27 meeting of the Indigenous Student Association.  Started in September 2017 to celebrate Native American history, the group has been doing outreach on campus to expand its presence and be known. They noticed there...
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DUNKIRK

By Jacob Duran One of the best picture nominees at the upcoming 90 Academy Awards “Dunkirk” is a war movie, that shows the battle and evacuation of Dunkirk, France. The movie gives perspectives from the ground, the sea and the air.  This war movie is like no other, as it...
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Residence Halls Host S’mores Cooking Event

By Victoria Jimenez Students living on campus got toasty with Wolfie and Pack Athletics at the s’mores bar social event in Culebra Residence Hall. The event was held to bring attention and gather support for CSU-Pueblo sports programs from on-campus students. Haley Robinson, 27, Director of Marketing for Athletics at Colorado...
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Students Bowl in Pueblo

By Alex Purcell Bowling is often overlooked when considering nighttime activities, but it’s a fun, affordable way to kill some time. Downtown Pueblo boasts a unique venue for doing just that. Bowlero Lanes is a family-owned business located on the lower floor of the Midtown Shopping Center. The facility features...
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Water system at CSU-Pueblo needs a face lift

By Wade Walker Water usage and management on campus has long been an issue. Poor pressure in the dorms and many of the multistory buildings have been the chief complaint. Wasteful practices such as watering during the day seem to show disregard for the environment. Water management is a complicated...
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Camaraderie at CSU-Pueblo

By Alex Purcell Transfer from the Air Force to the Army is a rare occurrence among military personnel, but that’s exactly the move that Anthony Clark made. Clark became an enlisted airman in the Air Force in 2005. He wanted to advance and become and officer, but due to delays...
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