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License plates show Pack Pride

Photo courtesy of Tracy Samora ThunderWolf fans are driving down the roads of Colorado, representing their pride in the Pack with their CSU-Pueblo license plates. The Alumni Association is excited to have reached their goal of selling more than 500 plates, and the number continues to rise. According to Director...
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CSU-Pueblo journalist covers White House Christmas

First lady welcomes military families to kick off the holidays WASHINGTON – Military families were welcomed into the White House Wednesday for cookies, cider and crafting as the holiday decorations were presented to the public for the first time this holiday season. First lady Michelle Obama thanks military families for...
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Seeing the value of Thanksgiving

"The First Thanksgiving" by Jean Leon Gerome Ferris 1915 Many of us never truly understand the value of our everyday lives or the people we call family and friends, but we try, especially on Thanksgiving. “Thanksgiving” is an expression of gratitude, the quality of being thankful, and it is a...
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Local brew fest offers tastes of Colorado

The Big Bear Brew Fest, held at the Pueblo Convention Center Saturday, brought hundreds of people out for a night of beer and liquor samplings. More than 50 different breweries from all over the state of Colorado came together to offer more than 100 different samples to the people of...
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CSU-Pueblo hosts student art show

Colorado State University-Pueblo recently welcomed students to show their art in the annual student art exhibition on campus. Mike Womack, the Professor of Painting and Drawing at CU Boulder, chose art from various students to be in the show. A variety of media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, photography and...
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Student Engagement and Leadership presentation inspires students

Colorado State University-Pueblo’s Student Engagement and Leadership office held an event to lead campus organizations to success Nov. 11. Starting at 5:30 p.m., approximately 90 CSU-Pueblo student leaders were treated to a meal provided by Chartwells. Following the meal, CSU-Pueblo’s Duane Brown led a collegiate empowerment presentation. He was engaging...
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First taste of winter comes early to Southern Colorado

November snowPhoto by Dustin Cox Pueblo and the rest of Southern Colorado have experienced an extreme weather change over the past few days, and there are predictions of a very cold and snowy winter this year compared to recent years. According to the National Weather Service, the surprising temperature drop...
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Student veterans discuss difficulties of transition

The Southern Colorado Press Club presented “From Soldier to Student; perspectives on the transition” Monday, and the presentation featured speakers Craig Staley and Paul Hendricksen. Both men are students at CSU-Pueblo and officers of the campus chapter of the Student Veterans of America. Staley is a senior mass communications major...
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CSU-Pueblo hosts MatchWits competition

RMPBS hosts MatchwitsPhoto courtesy of Dustin Cox MatchWits, a game show style competition for high school students, has been bringing schools throughout Colorado together for years to compete on TV. The program is produced by Rocky Mountain PBS on campus at CSU-Pueblo. This competition, which is in its 30th season,...
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