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CSU-Pueblo installs cameras in residence halls

Cameras have been installed in the residence halls. Photo courtesy of Cameras have been installed in the residence halls at Colorado State University-Pueblo. Crestone, Culebra and Greenhorn Halls were subject to the installation, while cameras in Belmont Residence Hall are currently in the process of being put up. “Cameras help us with the number of people that we have at the front desk,” said Marie Humphrey, dean of Students and Residential Life. According to Humphrey, the front desk does not have coverage at all times. She said the cameras...

Residential life official addresses new policies

Photo courtesy of Dean of Students and Residential Life Marie Humphrey addressed a controversial new policy in the 2014-2015 resident handbook for CSU-Pueblo. The policy says that “only guests of the same sex are allowed to stay overnight in a resident’s room” under the visitors and cohabitation section in the handbook. It has been speculated that the new visitors and cohabitation policy had already been implemented in previous years. However, past resident handbooks do not state that only guests of the same sex are only allowed to stay overnight...

National policies influence campus residential policies

The roommate bill of rights allows students to have "an environment conducive for studying and learning.” Dean of Students and Residential Life Marie Humphrey said that there are certain guidelines and best practices nationally that are used to institute new residential policies. New to CSU-Pueblo, Humphrey began her duty as dean of students and residential life on Jan. 20. Prior to that, she served as the director of residence life and housing and event services at Regis University since 2003. She also has a doctorate in educational leadership and human...