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Belmont Hall remains vacant while its future is determined

Photo courtesy of The future of Belmont Residence Hall is unclear due to a decrease in the enrollment of on-campus students and various other factors. The hall was closed to residents at the beginning of the fall 2015 semester. The building, situated in the northernmost part of campus near the Occhiato University Center, is CSU-Pueblo’s oldest residence hall. It is comprised of two wings, each with four floors. The hall has been advertised in previous years as a cost effective housing option, and is often favored by students looking...

Death in Belmont Residence Hall

Photo courtesy of A Colorado State University-Pueblo student died Tuesday morning in his room at Belmont Residence Hall. Several students said in passing that they had seen a fire truck, ambulance and sheriff’s department personnel outside the residence hall earlier in the day, and at 3:58 p.m., an email was sent to the campus community from Cora Zaletel, director of external affairs that stated a student had died. The press release said that Juan Munoz, 30, died unexpectedly in his Belmont Residence Hall room. An informational and awareness meeting...