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CSU-Pueblo welcomes incoming freshmen on move-in day

A Residence Life and Housing employee and CSU-Pueblo football players help a freshman move in as his mother watches. Photo by Michelle Pham. Students new to Colorado State University-Pueblo moved into the residence halls for the 2015-2016 school year Aug. 20. They were welcomed by the Residence Life and Housing staff and CSU-Pueblo student-athletes, who assisted with moving their belongings. Desk assistant Lance Cox said this year’s move in was more organized than last year’s. Cox, a junior nursing student at the university, has been working as a DA for...
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Orscheln: Increased enrollment at CSU-Pueblo a team effort

Vice President of Student Services and Enrollment Management Paul Orscheln Paul Orscheln, who started his role as the vice president of student services and enrollment management at Colorado State University-Pueblo on Sept. 30, 2013, has succeeded substantially in increasing enrollment on campus. Orscheln completed both his undergraduate and master’s degrees from the University of Central Missouri in Exercise Science, and received his doctorate in educational leadership from the University of Missouri in 2012. He started working as the admissions counselor at the University of Central Missouri in 1999 and worked...
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Freshmen bring new life to women’s soccer team

In 2012, the Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s soccer team carried a record of 2-13-2. In 2013, they went 7-10 under the first year guidance of head coach Paul Regrutto. So far this season, the Thunderwolves are 2-2-1 with wins over Fort Hays State and St. Mary’s Texas. Part of that success has been attributed to the 13 new freshmen members of the team. Not just in women’s soccer, but in college sports in general, there has been a common notion that freshmen are at the bottom of the pecking order...