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Take Back the Night event raises awareness about sexual assault

Photo courtesy of Take Back the Night CSU-Pueblo hosted a Take Back the Night event to raise awareness about sexual assault April 15. This was CSU-Pueblo’s first year hosting a TBNT event, which is a movement that started in the 1960s. TBTN events have been documented in over 30 countries in hundreds of communities around the world. When it was created, the foundation’s board members and supporters came together to unite the hundreds of events being held under the TBTN banner around the world. Women from many countries meet together...
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Military training prepares Wilson for director position

As the director of Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action and Title IX at Colorado State University-Pueblo, Roosevelt T. Wilson has mastered the need to be prepared. He has brought years of military training and expertise to his position, where he is working to create a more inclusive and diverse environment on campus. Wilson spent 25 years in the U.S. Air Force, about 15 years on duty assignments all over Europe. He retired as a senior master sergeant, just one promotion shy of being at the top of the enlisted corps. Wilson’s first...
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CSU-Pueblo commemorates 9/11

The CSU-Pueblo 9-11 Memorial Surrounded by a crowd of about 30 people the flag of the United States flew high, illuminated by candlelight at the 2nd Annual CSU-Pueblo 9/11 Observation held on campus at the 9/11 Memorial Thursday evening. The event was organized by the Diversity Resource Center student staff leads, Muhammad Talha Quershi and Fredlina Atencio, along with the Center for International Programs, the Veteran’s Club and the CSU-Pueblo Islamic Cultural Society. The event began with the burning of the candles, a welcome address by Quershi, and the singing...