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CSU-Pueblo hosted Pi Day’s Student Organization Fair on Monday, March 14. The fair’s theme centered around Pi Day, and the take-off that is “Pie Day.” Many pies were eaten, and several were thrown at ASG President Steve Titus.
The recent bomb threat to CSU-Pueblo caused the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Department to postpone a Campus Safety Week demonstration of their K9 unit, Tuesday.
The Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program, offered through the military science department at CSU-Pueblo, presents a challenge to its students unrivaled by any program on campus. Read more…
CSU-Pueblo’s College of Humanities and Social Science will be hosting its annual paper symposium from 2 to 5 p.m., Thursday, March 31 in the Chemistry building, Room 103.
CSU-Pueblo’s women studies program will conduct a presentation on rape and sexual assault, at 2 p.m., Wednesday, March 16 in the Diversity Resource Center of the Occhiato University Center.
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The Women on the Diamond discussion Monday advocated equality among men and women baseball players, as well as enlighten 24 students on the history of women’s baseball.
Two CSU-Pueblo students were arrested Wednesday evening in connection to the bomb threat made to the university recently.
Students were in an uproar on Tuesday, March 8, over CSU-Pueblo’s failure to cancel classes and adequately inform the campus of an imposing threat. Read more…
CSU-Pueblo students, staff and faculty should be on high alert for suspicious objects and activity, as there was a bomb threat to the school Tuesday morning.
The Republican Party needs new blood, fresh ideas and a more progressive approach to its constituents, said Meghan McCain, daughter of presidential nominee Sen. John McCain, on Wednesday in Hoag Hall. Read more…
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