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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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Afro-Latinos, the real cowboys

Artists of all kinds from African and Latino heritages were featured Thursday in a Black History Month presentation highlighting works dating back to the early 1500s. Adjunct history professor Jackie Stroud presented examples of the artists' works and contributions to the world of art in the First Year Center in...
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Pack football kicks off with luncheon

The CSU-Pueblo football program held a signing day luncheon on Thursday in the Occhiatto University Center Ballroom to announce their 2008 recruiting class. Head coach John Wristen was on hand to announce and comment on most of the players, and introduced his coaching staff. Those coaches include Hunter Hughes, defensive...
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Solar power steps up

Fossil fuel burning was defined as an ancient source of energy during the Focus the Nation event on Jan. 31. The event was presented by the Students for Environmental Awareness, Office of Student Activities and the Associated Students' Government at Colorado State University-Pueblo. Focus the Nation is aimed to raise...
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Win prizes at Focus the Nation

The TODAY campus newspaper will give out prizes in the OUC Ballroom during the Jan. 31 Focus the Nation event sponsored by Students for Environmental Awareness. Stop by for a chance to win free pizza or free salon services.Focus the Nation is a national intergenerational dialogue on global warming solutions...
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Students seek, sell textbooks

Looking for textbooks for your spring semester classes? Perhaps you have books you'd like to sell for some extra cash? Check out this list of books for sale and wanted from other students. FOR SALE: Ed202 (Good Condition) $45.00 OBO Doug 469-4649 Teaching Elementary Social Studies, 6th ed (New, no rips...
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Ceramics students, alumni sell wares

CSU-Pueblo pottery students and alumni got a chance to display and sell their work during finals week. The annual student Christmas pottery show and sale took place Dec. 11 and 12. This show has been taking place for 16 years and is one of two pottery shows that are held...
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Students bring Chicano activist to campus

The Chicano History 101 class at CSU-Pueblo invited and hosted Priscilla Falcon, Ph.D, for a day of discussion and debate about the ongoing issues of racism. Falcon is a recognizable face for the Chicano movement, especially because of her views on immigration. “The future of the US belongs to Latinos....
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