by Thomas Thortvedt
Pack football concluded the spring season by splitting and drafting teams in the annual red versus white squad in the spring game, Friday, April 21, at the Neta and Eddie DeRose Thunderbowl.
Stig Jantz, a student advisor for the department was asked to resign last summer. The announcement was made without any explanation from the administration, and much to the chagrin of students. Though there was a meeting on August 16 for students to voice their concerns and ask questions, there is still no clear answer on why Jantz was asked to leave.
A young student from CSU-Pueblo won a local pageant competition on June 12 at the Colorado State Fairgrounds. The new and recently-crowned Colorado State Fair Fiesta Queen earned her title and yet learned more from …
With the start of another academic year, the Colorado State University-Pueblo Alumni Association will be gathering to bring together members to enhance the relationship between the university and the community says Director of Alumni Relations Tracy Samora.
A mixture of rap, hip-hop, rock and punk was heard at the Colorado State Fair Events Center on Monday, Sept. 6, as Colorado State University-Pueblo presented their fall concert with featured artists Sean Kingston and the Gym Class Heroes.
John Quiñones, co-anchor of ABC’s “Primetime,” correspondent for “20/20” and anchor for the TV show, “What Would You Do?” will speak at 7 p.m. on Sept. 15 in the Hoag Recital Hall at Colorado State University-Pueblo.
Transferring to another university can be difficult for any student athlete. But for wrestler Patrick Carey, a transfer from the University of Northern Colorado, it has offered a positive alternative in both academics and athletics here at Colorado State University-Pueblo.
At the end of the spring semester, the mass communications department began their search to fill the position left by Trish Orman. By the beginning of the fall semester the department hired Lauren Brengarth