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Students compete for top prizes at CSU-Pueblo’s Got Talent

  Photo by Jessica Warren Audience members filled CSU-Pueblo’s Occhiato University Center to watch CSU-Pueblo’s Got Talent Feb. 28. Students, along with a few parents, came to show support for participants of the spring talent show, which was hosted by Student Engagement and Leadership. The event provided students the opportunity to show off their talents, and the best performances were awarded prizes. First place won $300, second place won $200 and third place won $100. Performances were scored by a panel of three judges, which was composed of CSU-Pueblo faculty...