by Ashley Schaerfl
Sherri Mahoney, a junior at Colorado State University-Pueblo, was 42 when her son Tyler Mahoney committed suicide on Sep. 30, 2012. After his death, Mahoney wrote a play about her son’s suicide and …
Imagine growing up with a physical condition that causes seizures, while at the same time growing up poor, eating only government food on an Indian reservation. It may sound defeating, but don’t try bartering that to Native American author Sherman Alexie.
In a Sunday double header at Rawlings Sports Complex, the CSU-Pueblo men’s soccer team tied the Fort Lewis Skyhawks 1-1 after double overtime. The wome’s team, playing in their final home game of the season, defeated the Mesa State Mavericks on a first half goal by Senior Katie Thiebaut, 1-0.
Religion and school are often a combination that does not mix well in the same setting. However, at CSU-Pueblo, students are welcome to mix the two in a group called “The Life”, a group in association with the Christian group Young Life.