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The dream for the Institute of Cannabis Research is still alive.
President Lesley Di Mare announced at a meeting April 13 that the university is still moving forward with plans to establish a marijuana research facility …

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Library renovation project remains on schedule

October 22, 2009 – 9:00 pm |

Colorado State University-Pueblo’s library renovation project is on schedule and within its budget. The library will re-open its doors spring of 2011.

With help from local construction company H.W. Huston, CSU-Pueblo is bringing new life to the library that will strive to meet Leadership, Energy, Efficiency and Design standards.

John Barnosky, director of planning and construction at CSU-Pueblo, explained that by meeting LEED standards, the building will be more easily controlled operationally as well as the comfort for people who use the physicality will be well maintained.

Scholarships available for business students

October 22, 2009 – 9:00 pm |

Colorado State University-Pueblo’s credentials earned the university the GEICO Achievement Award, which will present $75,000 in scholarships to students.

This marks the first time that CSU-Pueblo has been selected as a GEICO Achievement Award recipient, and was the only school in Colorado to allow students to apply for the scholarships, according to the student career center.

Tanya Baird, internship coordinator for CSU-Pueblo, encourages students to get
involved with scholarships like this that are chosen specifically for CSU-Pueblo.

Homecoming King and Queen elections…see who’s running

October 20, 2009 – 1:09 pm |

Candidates for KING: Andy Fox, Isaiah McGregory and Eddie Watson

Candidates for QUEEN: Juanita Whitaker, Jazmine Wells and DeMarques Taylor

All candidates were asked “Why would I best represent CSU-Pueblo?” These are their responses.

New alumni director CSU-Pueblo alumna

October 20, 2009 – 1:00 pm |

Tracy Samora is the new Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Fund. She is a former student from CSU-Pueblo, and comes now back on campus after 9 years.

International student shares experience of coming to a new country

October 20, 2009 – 1:00 pm | 3 Comments

My name is Simone, and I’m one of the 113 international students currently on campus. I’m from Germany, and I’m a real “Muenchnerkindl”. Everybody who is born and grown up in Munich is characterized as …

Students learn about the dangers of binge drinking

October 20, 2009 – 12:32 pm |

Binge drinking and hazing is a problem on college campuses and Colorado State University-Pueblo is working to educate students and prevent tragedy from happening, according to Stephanie Arellano, CSU-Pueblo interim alcohol and other drug education program coordinator.

ThunderWolves run over by Roadrunners

October 20, 2009 – 12:30 pm |

The ThunderWolves tried hard to seek their first win over Metro State Roadrunners since 1999, but in the end they lost in three sets.

“Yesterday it was emotional high, tonight it was down,” said Head Coach Chris Johnson.

‘The Other Latinos’ shares culture with students

October 20, 2009 – 12:30 pm |

Tina Marie Rivera, 51, a senior majoring in psychology at Colorado State University-Pueblo, said she loved participating in The Other Latinos event because it gave her the opportunity to share her genealogy with students interested in learning about Hispanic culture.

T-Wolves volleyball played hard against Regis Rangers

October 20, 2009 – 12:30 pm |

After defeating the Colorado Christian Friday night, the T-Wolves lost the game 2-3 against the Regis Rangers, currently one of the top squads in the RMAC.

Senior citizen running for Homecoming Queen

October 20, 2009 – 12:30 pm | 5 Comments

Juanita Whitaker, a 60-year-old senior mass communications major at Colorado State University-Pueblo, is running for the 2009 Homecoming Queen.

If elected, she will be the first senior citizen in CSU-Pueblo history to receive that honor, Whitaker said.

ThunderWolves build confidence with sweep of CCU

October 20, 2009 – 12:00 pm |

The ThunderWolves halted a five-game skid against Colorado Christian Thursday, Oct. 15, downing the Cougars three sets to none.

It was the Pack’s eighth straight win over Colorado Christian in as many meetings, dating back to 2002.

Southern Colorado Reading Series featured Rigoberto Gonzalez

October 19, 2009 – 5:30 pm | One Comment

A contemporary poet had students awestruck as he read from a variety of his poetry collections that had used heartrending twist through childhood memories, love, and sexuality.

On Sept. 17, an audience of nearly 50 students listened intently as special guest Rigoberto Gonzalez shared his poetry for the first presentation of the Southern Colorado Reading Series for the fall semester.