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June 15, 2016 – 7:08 pm |

CSU-Pueblo alumna Sarah Lawson has taken over the reigns from Quatisha Franklin as coordinator of the college’s Health Education and Prevention program.
Lawson, who is currently pursuing a master’s degree in marketing from Regis University has …

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CSU-Pueblo makes ‘first critical step’ by joining world’s largest online research network

March 25, 2016 – 5:57 pm |

Among the myriad proposals and changes swirling around the CSU-Pueblo campus over the next few years will be the school’s inclusion in the Internet2 research data exchange network. The project is slated to begin this …

Pre-professional studies provide students with specialty learning opportunities

March 25, 2016 – 5:45 pm |
Pre-professional studies provide students with specialty learning opportunities

CSU-Pueblo offers 31 undergraduate majors, but the opportunities within these undergraduate degree program opportunities can exceed more than any requirements listed on paper.
Pre-professional studies give students the chance to pursue more a more specialized category …

Producer Lydia Dean Pilcher visits CSU-Pueblo

March 24, 2016 – 9:37 am |

With over 30 films to her credit and 30 years of film industry experience, producer Lydia Dean Pilcher brought unique insight, opinions and stories to the Colorado State University-Pueblo campus on March 14.
Visiting from New …

SCANS helps CSU-Pueblo nursing students further their experience

March 24, 2016 – 9:34 am |

The Southern Colorado Association of Nursing Students helps Colorado State University-Pueblo nursing students gain volunteer experience, network and become involved in the Pueblo community. SCANS currently has six members built up of current nursing majors.
Bri …

Zika virus concerns, lack of student interest lead to Nicaragua trip cancellation

March 21, 2016 – 4:33 pm |
Zika virus concerns, lack of student interest lead to Nicaragua trip cancellation

A spring break student service trip to Nicaragua was canceled due to concerns from students who had signed up regarding the recent Zika virus concerns internationally.
On Jan. 27 the first two scientifically confirmed cases of …

Behind the Scenes meeting with CSU-Pueblo president allows for open conversations

March 21, 2016 – 4:26 pm |
Behind the Scenes meeting with CSU-Pueblo president allows for open conversations

At a “Behind the Scenes” meeting held March 14, students, faculty and staff had the opportunity to join Colorado State University-Pueblo President Lesley Di Mare for an open forum, no-agenda, casual gathering. The meeting that …

Pack men’s tennis wins first home match of season

March 17, 2016 – 12:42 pm |

Every player of the CSU-Pueblo men’s tennis team won his match in the team’s first home match on March 16. The matches were at the Pueblo Country Club, where they played against Dallas Baptist University.
At …

Pack women’s basketball ends historic season with first round Division II tournament exit

March 16, 2016 – 5:07 pm |

Following a record breaking season in which the women’s basketball team accumulated 26 wins and just six losses, the team was bounced from the first round of the NCAA Division II tournament on March 10, …

Graduation Fair guides students through the commencement process

March 16, 2016 – 4:54 pm |

The 2016 Graduation Fair was held March 8 and  March 9. As usual, it guided graduates at Colorado State University-Pueblo with the answers to questions that students have about the sometimes confusing process of graduating.
The …

Pack softball could not keep up

March 16, 2016 – 4:50 pm |
Pack softball could not keep up

The Pack lost three of their four games this weekend largely for allowing too many hits. But its offense worked when it mattered most.
The team allowed a total of 42 hits which resulted to 28 …

CSU-Pueblo keeps up its Pi Day tradition

March 14, 2016 – 6:57 pm |

At Colorado State University-Pueblo, Pi Day is a tradition filled with puns, math and of course, pie. This was the ninth year that the Student Organizations Leadership Program held its annual Pi Day event, which took …

CISA hosts CSU-Pueblo’s third annual Holi festival

March 14, 2016 – 6:32 pm |

The third annual Holi festival took place on the lawn west of the administration building March 11.
Holi, also known as the festival of colors, is a celebration that has its roots in South Asia, particularly …