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Top Ten Horror Movies, Part Two

I know you've been dying to read the next installment of my top 10 of terror. Without further ado, here are the eighth and seventh entries to make the list: #8 - Cigarette Burns Even though "Cigarette Burns" was only an hour long, it made every minute worth having my...
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Nursing gets grant to boost careers

Colorado State University-Pueblo's nursing recently received a $100,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation through its New Careers in Nursing Scholarship Program. CSU-Pueblo was the first institution in Colorado to receive this funding, said Mary Kontz, associate dean of nursing, and one of the first universities in the nation to receive...
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University Remembers Friend

Members of the CSU-Pueblo community gathered Wednesday to remember Paul Sefcovic, an associate professor in Automotive Industry Management who passed away in August....
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CSU-Pueblo returns football with victory

The wait is over. The countdown has reached zero. Pueblo has college football again. Weight lifting, conditioning and two-a-day practices culminated in a Colorado State University-Pueblo ThunderWolves' 24-13 victory over the Oklahoma Panhandle State University Aggies on Saturday night at the recently finished Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl. What started...
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Former Bronco Speaks to CSU-Pueblo

Karl Mecklenburg, former Denver Bronco captain and all-pro, spoke Wednesday in Hoag Hall about life lessons learned while playing in the NFL. His speech was part of Wolfpack night at Colorado State University-Pueblo. A crowd of about 80 people welcomed Mecklenburg by singing "Happy Birthday" as he walked onto the...
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Presidential Qualities Discussed

The ability to inspire is the most important quality a presidential candidate can possess. That was the consensus Wednesday morning as former U.S. Senator Tom Daschle, Illinois Rep. Rahm Emanuel and presidential historian Michael Beschloss addressed a group of ... about 120 people who turned up for a discussion about what...
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CSU-Pueblo Today On Break Until Fall Semester

The staff of the CSU-Pueblo Today thanks all of its readers for their support during the summer semester. We will be returning at the end of August to provide new content for the school, and we hope that you all will return as well. Several new staff members will be...
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CSU-Pueblo and PCC celebrate 75th anniversary

Sunday, July 13 marked the 75th anniversary for Colorado State-Pueblo and Pueblo Community College; the schools threw a celebration party at the PCC campus, with over 1,500 Puebloans showing up to help celebrate the event. The two colleges provided live music and entertainers as well as activities. Crowd pleasing events...
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Operation Paintbrush

Students, faculty and the community are encouraged to join the 25th Annual Operation Paintbrush project occuring on Saturday, September 13, 2008 . The event hopes to revitalize the 1100 block of Cedar St. which is a part of Pueblo's Bessemer neighborhood. Small coordinated teams in conjunction with NeighborWorks will consist...
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CSU-Pueblo and PCC celebrate 75th anniversary of higher education

Colorado State University-Pueblo and Pueblo Community College gear up for an all-day celebration at PCC campus on Sunday July 13, 2008 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of providing higher education in the Southern Colorado region. The two schools have a number of activities planned for the event. Attendees can expect to watch...
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