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Graduate brings ‘Bliss’ to high school basketball

With the passing of graduation, many former Colorado State University-Pueblo students are wrestling their way through the job market. One former mass communications student, however, is a step ahead of the pack. Travis Bliss, class of 2008, mass communications major with emphasis in public relations and advertising, leadership studies minor,...
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The Hungry Eye Celebrates its 18th Issue

 The Hungry Eye is celebrating the release of its 2007-08 edition magazine next month by having a reading and book signing with the authors of the publication at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 1 in the OUC Underground. The Hungry Eye is a student created publication containing works of creative...
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Teacher Evaluations Get an Upgrade

CSU-Pueblo has undergone a change this semester pertaining to the way students evaluate their instructors. The process of rating teachers through Scantron bubble-sheets has been changed to an online form of evaluation. Students will be required to log on to their individual PAWs accounts to rank their instructors through a...
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Get a Life tour rocks Pueblo

Rockstar energy drink's Get a Life tour came to Pueblo last Thursday, bringing some new and popular rock talent on stage.The tour kicked off in Las Cruces, New Mexico, Dan Whitesides, drummer of The Used said during a phone interview prior to the concert. "This is an all-college tour. We...
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Beloved professor forced to retire because of PERA

 Professor Silvio Covi is a man with passion and dedication. Professor Covi, who worked in and developed the Foreign Language department for over twenty years at Colorado State University-Pueblo, is retiring this year. He leaves behind a legacy that will change the university for many years. When Professor Covi arrived...
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The Military and Women

A panel of three women hosted a discussion on women in the military comparing the past, present and future roles, on Thursday in the First Year Center from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. The panel consisted of retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Anne Campbell, Air Force Academy professor of...
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Prostitution plays part in the West

On Thursday, Jenirae Wolff, an alumna history major of 2007, led a presentation and discussion on "Prostitution in the West." The event was held in the First Year Center in the University Library. Both students and faculty attended this Women's History Month event. Wolff primarily addressed the presence of prostitution...
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Student art displayed with praise

The Annual Student Art Exhibition's opening reception was held last night in the Fine Art Gallery in the Art/Music building. It was a juried art show, in which many artists submit their work and then one juror selects the best pieces to be in the show, said Caroline Peters gallery...
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Rape as a Tactic of War: V-day Event

A speech on rape entitled "Rape as a Tactic of War" was presented on Feb. 27 in the First Year Center as a part of the V-Day events going on this past week. The speech focused on Darfur, a region of far-western Sudan, which is host to a brutal ongoing civil war between...
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NAACP, ACLU discuss the ‘N’ word

Representatives from the NAACP and the ACLU were featured in an open panel discussion celebrating Black History Month at CSU-Pueblo Thursday to discuss racial epitaphs and how they currently effect youth and society. Questions were aimed at two speakers at the event; Leonard Andrews, speaker for the Colorado chapter of...
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