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A Colorado State University-Pueblo student film team was recently named one of four finalists in the LiveWell Colorado Film Challenge.
Spencer Daniels, Kieran Kuiper, Avery Lewis and Josh Smith, wrote, directed, edited and starred in the …

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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.

Student Perspective: Finding Inspiration

October 19, 2009 – 5:30 pm |

When striving for the success that we long for, many students, like myself, have times where we feel worn down by all the hardships and responsibilities that college life brings. During these moments, a little …

No such things as a ‘free lunch’

October 19, 2009 – 5:30 pm | 2 Comments

Many Colorado State University-Pueblo students are lured into events on campus by the offer of free appetizers or meals, yet this is not maintaining their attention for the presentation or event that follows.

Recently, at the Hispanic Heritage Month Dinner held on Oct. 7, many students were seen leaving before guest speaker, Juliana Aragon-Fatula, began her presentation, which began after guests finished their meals.

Senior recital gives Grant an opportunity to showcase talent

October 19, 2009 – 5:30 pm | 2 Comments

Hoag Recital Hall was bustling with spectators as Tiffany Grant performed her senior voice recital at Colorado State University-Pueblo on Saturday, Oct, 10.

Grant performed 12 songs that spanned seven different languages including a core of French, German and Italian, with subsequent songs in Russian, Czech, English and Portuguese.

Among the songs were Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Batti batti;” “Zdes’ Khorosho” by Sergei Vasilievich Rachmaninoff; “Chi il Bel Sogno di Doretta” by Giacomo Puccini’ “Mein schöner Stern” by Robert Schumann and the pair of “Ain’t It a Pretty Night” and “The Trees on the Mountain” by Carlisle Floyd.

Titus representing CSU System at national higher education conference

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

A Colorado State University-Pueblo student plans to celebrate Abraham Lincoln’s 200th birthday at a higher education conference in Illinois.

President of CSU-Pueblo’s Associated Student Government, Steve Titus, said he plans on attending the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission in Champaign, Ill., Oct. 23-25.

“It’s a celebration of Lincoln’s 200th birthday,” Titus said. “This will be the one and only time it happens.”