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April 28, 2015 – 7:30 am |

The first CSU-Pueblo International Students’ Association Awards took place Friday in the Occhiato University Center, Aspen Leaf room, and more than 90 people attended. Students, staff members and faculty of CSU-Pueblo along with community members …

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Women finding their place in car repair

November 13, 2008 – 7:53 pm | One Comment

Three women have carved a niche for themselves in Colorado State University-Pueblo’s Automotive Industry Management program. In a field once dominated by men, these women are still the minority amidst 100 students enrolled in the automotive …

Native American culture celebrated

November 13, 2008 – 7:53 pm |

TODAY videographers capture the excitement from this year’s Native American Cultural Explosion, held Wednesday, Nov. 12 on campus.

Restaurant review: Papa Jose’s Union Cafe

November 13, 2008 – 7:50 pm | 4 Comments

In a community known for the quality of its Mexican food, Papa Jose’s Union Cafe stands out for all the right reasons. Located at 320 S. Union Ave. in the heart of Pueblo’s downtown district, …

Rockies gift Holliday, receive nothing

November 13, 2008 – 7:17 pm | One Comment

The Oakland Athletics are celebrating an early Christmas this year, after the Rockies gifted 28-year-old slugger Matt Holliday in return for a stocking full of coal in the form of a has-been college star and …

Seeing through the purple haze

November 13, 2008 – 7:15 pm |

A lot of people are complaining about the trade the Rockies finalized Wednesday shipping away Matt Holliday. It is unthinkable to those who’ve only known of the Rockies since their incredible run to the 2007 …

After weekend loss, volleyball team looks to future

November 10, 2008 – 11:25 am |

The CSU-Pueblo volleyball team concluded their season with a tough loss in three to the Western State Mountaineers Saturday night at Massari Arena, 25-18, 25-17, 27-25.
The ThunderWolves’ play displayed a lack of passion until nearly …

Safety concerns aired at ASG meeting

November 7, 2008 – 1:56 pm | One Comment

Questions about why the extra blue sticker must be attached to students’ handicapped stickers – along with separate safety concerns – were voiced during this week’s Associated Students’ Government meeting on Tuesday.

Environment Colorado shares their views

November 7, 2008 – 10:17 am |

The people working for Environment Colorado share their views on what they feel are important issues to address following the recent presidential election. They also explain what Environment Colorado is all about and provide insight into the things …

The Feedback Show: Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office on campus

November 6, 2008 – 6:19 pm |

This week’s installment of The Feedback Show takes a look at the inner workings of the CSU-Pueblo substation of the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office.

Wind blows late addition to Pack

November 6, 2008 – 6:19 pm | 2 Comments

Head women’s basketball coach Kip Drown had his team finalized early in July. He’d signed the girls he wanted to, and felt like he was capable of putting together a lineup that could compete for …

Kids learn through art

November 6, 2008 – 6:09 pm |

The kids at the Colorado State University-Pueblo Child Care Center decided to create art with recycled materials.
Some of the kids, along with local artist Bonnie Waugh, made a large giraffe sculpture made out of tomato …

Students exercise vocal cords for Wolf Idol

November 6, 2008 – 6:06 pm |

TODAY videographers Earnie Byrd, Matt Maes and Alberto Correa captured highlights from the recent Wolf Idol competition. Watch as CSU-Pueblo students expose their vocal talents and compete for prizes.