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The world’s first permitted and world’s largest 420 rally and protest was held Wednesday at Civic Center Park in Denver as part of an annual celebration.
The grand opening of the CSU-Pueblo Library & Academic Resources Center’s new location will be celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony on the building’s east side Friday, April 22, at 10 a.m.
Colorado Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia will return to bid his freshman class farewell at CSU-Pueblo’s 2011 commencement ceremony scheduled for 10 a.m., Saturday May 7 at the Colorado State Fairgrounds Events Center.
CSU-Pueblo ASG elections happen every year for important reasons, to some random and not so important reasons. The expectations of these elections have not changed any either. There are still people who are desperate in their goal to become a winner that they will stop at nothing to get that.
TODAY video editor AJ Dome reports on his tornado chase on Saturday, April 9. Included is his full Mapleton, IA tornado video, and pictures of the night’s main twisters. Watch now…
CSU-Pueblo’s search for a leader is in its final stretch, as the Presidential Search Advisory Committee announced the two finalists in the running for the university’s president position Thursday.
The Spanish class, “Contemporary Cinema of Spain,” will be showing a movie to CSU-Pueblo students in order to help with their language skills, as well as educate them on Spanish culture.
CSU-Pueblo students will soon be represented by a government mainly comprised of Project-A-New members. Eleven of 16 seats will belong to the party after they begin duty May 1.
CSU-Pueblo students can test their knowledge of MTV’s most popular show, “Jersey Shore,” and walk away with a 19-inch flat screen television or an iPod Nano as their trophy.
CSU-Pueblo’s College of Humanities and Social Science held its annual paper symposium recently to afford students the opportunity to practice their presentation skills and prepare for their future careers.
William Folkestad, the chair of art department, has emphasized on reinforcement instead of making changes in the department since August 16, 2009, the day he came to CSU-Pueblo.