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“Eating+ Talking” with history club about New Orleans

By Victoria Jimenez Phi Alpha Theta History Club held an “Eating + Talking” event in the Occhiato Student Center to discuss their recent trip to the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society Biennial Conference. This is the first time that the club has gone to represent CSU-Pueblo at the conference in recent history. The biennial conference was a gathering of student and professional historians to present all types of historical research. Each student from CSU-Pueblo’s history club presented their own papers after months of preparation. According to the Phi...
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History department enduring despite past troubles

The history grad program was cut in 2013. | File photo The last of Colorado State University-Pueblo's history graduate students are set to complete the program in spring 2016 before the department phases it out completely. The department has not accepted new applicants in two years. The history department took a severe blow two years ago, losing five out of nine faculty numbers in moves directly related the university’s 2013 financial crisis. However, the department has still managed to scrape by over the past two years. The loss of over...