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Get Registered

By Rebecca VanGorder Election Day is nearly upon us and the race is on to get people registered and ready to vote.  So how does one get registered? There are a number of sites out there to check registration status. Some states have deadlines coming up on getting registered to...
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Pueblo Historical Ghost Walk

By: Kelly Keogh Since 2001 Pueblo Colorado has hosted an annual historical ghost walk. This walk takes place in downtown Pueblo. The Pueblo Domestic Violence Community Task Force runs the event through Union Avenue and the Riverwalk District.    This event is held to tell stories about Pueblo’s past, using...
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GLOBAL HANDWASHING DAY By Alexis Vigil Oct. 15 is reserved for annual Global Handwashing Day and will fall on a Thursday this year. Colorado is about six months into the coronavirus pandemic. So, what better year than this to observe such a day? There are some basic ways individuals can...
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EDITORIAL: Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Legacy Lives On

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Legacy Lives On By Tiffany Pettigrew  Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday, September 18, 2020, surrounded by her family in her Washington D.C. home at the age of 87. The feminist icon’s death is preceded by a 27-year long career on the SCOTUS fighting for...
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The Legacy of Black History Month

bu Reenua Jones As an african American myself I feel very connected to this month. For the sole purpose that it celebrates the triumphs and the history of my people. Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing the central role...
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Maya Angelou: Just Do Right

By Carlos Diego Sanchez Maya Angelou said in an interview, “Right may not be expedient, it may not be profitable, but it will satisfy your soul. It brings you the kind of protection that body guards can’t give you.  Try to be all that you can be. Be the best...
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CSU-Pueblo Alumni Wins Super Bowl

On Sunday, February 2, 2020, the Kansas City Chiefs won the National Football League’s Super Bowl. The Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers by the final score of 31-20 in Super Bowl 54. At the end of the game, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was named the Most Valuable Player for...
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Inclement Weather Information

With all the recent roller coasters of ever-changing weather, here in  Southern Colorado. The high winds, snow, and freezing temperatures can be a concern when traveling. The students and staff safety here at CSU-Pueblo is a priority when it comes to reaching your destination. If inclement weather occurs,  please monitor...
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Goodbye to Former Today Adviser Richard Joyce

The CSU-Pueblo Today family lost one of its members recently.   Professor Emeritus Richard Joyce, retired professor of journalism and former adviser for the Today, died Sunday, Feb. 2 at Parkview Hospital.    Joyce served as the faculty adviser for the Today from 1994 through 2004. During his years teaching...
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