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Everyone who attended the Dining for Success Etiquette Dinner Thursday in the Occhiato University Center at CSU-Pueblo learned preparation is the key and got a sneak peek into the professional world.
A former professional wrestler warned CSU-Pueblo students and faculty members of the dangers related to contact sports and the risks athletes take every day in the field.
It was a tale of two halves for the CSU-Pueblo men’s basketball team in an 89-87 overtime loss to University of Colorado at Colorado Springs at Massari Arena Saturday.
CSU-Pueblo plans to host an affordable dinner for students and their sweethearts on Valentine’s Day.
Russ Meyer, who is the provost for CSU-Pueblo, will retire at the end of this semester after more than four decades as an educator.
With the summer season in people’s rear view mirrors and the winter season still looming over Colorado, the Student Health Services clinic is prepared to treat an array of illnesses… Read more
Christmas is the day in which the world recognizes the birth of Jesus Christ. However, society takes political correctness too far when it encourages people to replace Merry Christmas with happy holiday… Read more
Once Jake Snider moved up the weight class he found out that he would be wrestling his older brother Jesse Snider who wrestles for the Colorado School of Mines.
The CSU-Pueblo campus will be closed today,Wednesday, Feb. 2, because of extreme cold weather, according to a campus-wide e-mail. All classes are cancelled. Weather temperatures will be between -25 and -45.
Working with wood not only produces beautiful hand-created works, but also saves money and relieves stress, said Russ Meyer, provost for CSU-Pueblo.
A memorial service, called “Honoring Commitment to Pueblo’s Youth,” was held for Loisann Silver-Chacon, an Upward Bound advisor, on Friday in the Life Science Building at CSU-Pueblo.
While playing music may seem like a hobby to some people, Zahari Metchkov appreciates the aspects of music.