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Lecturer provides inspiration for art students

November 10, 2009 – 10:38 am |

Colorado State University-Pueblo students attended a lecture that described art and would motivate them to create an art project.

Brian Buckbee, writer, teacher, CEO and chairman of Buckbee: A Writer Inc., was the artist that spoke Oct. 30 at the lecture. He said it became a public trading company in 2006 and it tried to produce art with the name Buckbee to sell and profit from.

CF & I wants student volunteers

November 10, 2009 – 10:38 am |

The Colorado Fuel and Iron Archives is looking for Colorado State University-Pueblo students to volunteer at the steel mills and at the museum.

Volunteers are needed to move boxes, enter data into the computer system for indexing material from the collections, organize old historic ledgers and organize the book collections.

“We can find many things for history students to do and that is something where I would want to talk to them to see what exactly they are interested in so I could tailor something to their interests,” said Tim Hawkins, the Archivist at the Steelworks Museum of Industry and Culture.

CSU-Pueblo inducts 11 former athletes into Hall of Fame

November 10, 2009 – 10:37 am |

On Oct. 30, 11 individual athletes and one team were admitted to the Colorado State University-Pueblo Athletic Hall of Fame at the Pueblo Union Depot.

By the women, Nadia Fercha (Women’s Basketball/Women’s Soccer), Freda Hancock (Women’s Track), Ivana (Women’s Tennis) were honored.

Pat Bekeza (Baseball/Men’s Basketball), Frank Grant (Football/Men’s Track), John Martinez (Men’s Track), Chuck Pipher (Wrestling), Cal Tatum (Men’s Basketball), coach inductee Blasing (Track and Field), Pueblo Chieftain publisher Robert H. Rawlings (contributor), and special inductee, Dale Rea, were inducted Friday. Also inducted was the 1960-61 men’s basketball National Junior College Athletic Association national championship team.

Campus celebrates ‘Day of the Dead’

November 10, 2009 – 10:37 am |

Colorado State University-Pueblo hosted an event in honor of the Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead, Dia de los Muertos as students, staff, faculty and local residents saw the traditions of the holiday.

They also honored and remembered the lives of people whom they loved and passed on.

Fawn-Amber Montoya, assistant professor of history, Chicano Studies, philosophy and political science, was one of the event’s organizers and is the coordinator of Chicano Studies.

CSU-Pueblo student awarded rare business scholarship

November 10, 2009 – 10:37 am |

Laurie Corradino, a Colorado State University-Pueblo student, received a scholarship from the American Institute of Certified Accountants.

Corradino is a graduate from the Hasan School of Business and is pursuing a Master in Business Administration. She is one of five students to receive the 2009-2010 AICPA scholarship in the nation.

The AICPA scholarship is $2,500 and students must maintain a minimum 3.0 grade point average and show future career interests in business and accounting.

Campus organizations to host special program

November 10, 2009 – 10:36 am |

The Diversity Resource Center and the Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation are sponsoring the Pick a Disability event at Colorado State University-Pueblo.

The event will be held on Nov. 17 from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. in the Diversity Resource Center at the Occhiato University Center in Room 031.

“The main reason for this event is because we want the campus to accept and understand what it means to have a disability and what having a disability is all about,” said LaNeeca Williams, the director of Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity and campus diversity at CSU-Pueblo.

Outdoor Pursuits to sponsor first ski trip of season this weekend

November 10, 2009 – 10:36 am | One Comment

It is ski season in Colorado and Colorado State University-Pueblo and the Outdoor Pursuits Program will be sponsoring its first ski trip of the winter to Wolf Creek Ski Area on Nov. 14 and 15.

The trip will be an overnight stay. Students and participants will meet at the student recreational center. Gear will be loaded up at 2 p.m.

Outdoor Pursuits to sponsor ski trip to Monarch

November 10, 2009 – 10:36 am | One Comment

The Outdoor Pursuits Program at Colorado State University-Pueblo is hosting its second ski trip of the year, a trip to Monarch Ski Area on Dec. 5.

The one-day trip will start at 6:30 a.m. at the student recreation center and last all day. The trip will cost $35 for co-op members, a $25 program with equipment rentals through the recreation center, and $40 for non-members.

For faculty the trip will cost $50 and for community members it will be $60. Total fees include transportation, a lift ticket and lunch.

ThunderWolves finish season strong

November 9, 2009 – 3:45 pm |

Chase Vaughn is happy he chose to transfer to Colorado State University-Pueblo.

The former Adams State College defensive end, now an all-American linebacker with the ThunderWolves, got to end his collegiate career with a bang Saturday, earning a measure of vengeance against his former mates as CSU-Pueblo downed the Grizzlies 41-7 in the finale of the 2009 season.

Entry-level accounting job opportunity

November 8, 2009 – 2:54 pm |

CPA firm with offices in Denver and Pueblo seeks entry-level accountant to work in our tax and audit practice in our Pueblo office. Must have degree in accounting and be working toward obtaining your CPA. …

Tuba solos as October ends, it must be ‘Octubafest’

November 2, 2009 – 9:01 am |

Colorado State University-Pueblo’s music department presented a concert called Octubafest at Hoag Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 28. at 7 p.m.

“Octubafest is really about helping people see tuba and euphonium, low brass sort of in different light as a solo instrument,” Sizer said.

CSU-Pueblo alumnus receives honorary Kiwanis membership for keeping Pueblo straight

November 2, 2009 – 9:00 am |

Dr. Nile Scott, a Pueblo native and alumnus of Colorado State University-Pueblo, has been awarded with an honorary Kiwanis membership for his 30 years of discounted orthodontic treatment to the Pueblo community.

The Kiwanis Club of Pueblo has contributed more than $300,000 to more than 250 low-income or disadvantaged children that need substantial dental work, Zaletel said, such as having a broken jaw reset.