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Hard work can pay off in the form of a scholarship that will be awarded in April to the top three student employees at CSU-Pueblo.
Russ Meyer, provost for CSU-Pueblo, will retire Friday, Feb. 18 after serving the university 11 years, said Julio Leon, interim president in an e-mail to the campus.
The CSU-Pueblo baseball team fought back to win their first game of the season Saturday, with a 6-4 victory over the Montana State University-Billings Yellowjackets.
About 30 CSU-Pueblo students took advantage of the opportunity to enjoy the biggest game of the NFL season on campus on Sunday, Feb. 6 in the Columbine Café in the Occhiato University Center.
Ray Nagin, former mayor of New Orleans, talked about Hurricane Katrina, the most powerful hurricane to ever hit Louisiana and its destructive aftermath Wednesday in the Occhiato University Center Ballroom at CSU-Pueblo.
Students majoring in French or students who have some French language experience can now meet every Friday to converse with one another.
A Career Center Fashion Show designed to show students how to dress professionally will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 16 at the Occhiato University Center’s Great Hall at CSU-Pueblo.
Photography of the week’s cold weather.
The U.S. Navy has received poor grades for professional conduct no thanks to graphically explicit videos in which a ship’s commanding officer both starred and endorsed.
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.