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A CSU-Pueblo graduate has been named community chapter manager and disaster specialist with the American Red Cross in northwestern New Mexico.
Many people complain, “There’s nothing to do in Pueblo,” but if they took a look at the city’s events, they might find something offering them fun, education and culture
Alphonse Herrera enjoyed a popular following at CSU-Pueblo, in part because he accepted everyone for who they are and for what they have to offer society.
Leneeca Williams remembers the first time she met Sharon Hatton-Montoya.
Sharon Hatton-Montoya, who was known for her generosity and her love for students, died Friday at age 59. Cause of death is unknown.
Two women had one idea and a lot of motivation, and as simple as it may sound that is all it took for Whitney Prescia and Joni McKinley to venture into the business world.
The third year of the Distinguished Speakers series, sponsored by CSU-Pueblo, will begin this fall semester and will feature two Olympic speakers, an actor and a businessman.
It seemed as ordinary of a Sunday night as any, but after I received a text message that broke the news of Osama bin Laden‘s death it became clear that this day would never be forgotten, nor would it be visually remembered.
Gov. John Hickenlooper on Friday penned his signature to SB 11-204 allowing CSU-Pueblo to add the first-ever doctorate program, a doctorate of nursing practice degree, to its curriculum. An advanced-level practice degree, …
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The Office of Student Activities sponsors a bi-annual oxygen bar on the Tuesdays during finals weeks.