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Newly elected ASG members take office

Former ASG president and vice president,Timothy Zercher and Mario Ruiz join newly elected executives Sarah Zarr and Gene Wilson at their induction.Photo from CSU-Pueblo ASG Facebook. The Associated Students’ Government elections last week saw a 100 percent victory for Sarah Zarr and Gene Wilson’s Legendary Party, and the newly elected ASG members were inducted Tuesday night at the 6 p.m. meeting, which was held in the ASG chambers on the third floor of the Occhiato University Center. The meeting was called to order by Speaker Anthony Schievelbein, and he requested...
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CSU-Pueblo students secure three of six El Pomar internships

File photo The El Pomar Foundation of Colorado offers students the opportunity to partake in an internship program, which provides a rewarding summer experience for continuing undergraduate students. Colorado State University-Pueblo is fortunate to have several students from the university chosen for the internship experience this summer. According to the foundation website, interns receive an introduction to the nonprofit sector and an opportunity to develop professional interests and skills. They work with and are mentored by leaders in philanthropy. They serve an important role by providing administrative support for the...
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ASG leaves behind a legacy as new group takes office

2014-2015 ASG President Timothy ZercherPhoto by Christy Wiabel Colorado State University-Pueblo student Timothy Zercher is stepping down from his position as Associated Students’ Government president April 13 as his term comes to an end. Zercher, who was sworn in as president on May 1, 2014, served as an active member of four different organizations before he ran for ASG last year. As his term is ending, he plans to move on to new endeavors while still being active on campus. He said he is happy that the incoming administration will...
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Associated Students’ Government cuts five positions

File photo CSU-Pueblo Associated Students’ Government members made big changes to their policy manual and constitution March 3 during their weekly senate meeting. The meeting, which was held in the ASG chambers at 6 p.m., allowed members to address and vote on many changes to become part of the constitution and policy manual. Major changes that were being approved in ASG include the removal of two senator at-large positions, along with the removal of the speaker position. The vice president will take on the speaker’s duties. Another change included the...
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Colorado student government representatives gather at CSU-Pueblo

File photo Student government presidents and representatives from the four-year public institutions across the state will gather at CSU-Pueblo this Saturday to discuss higher education in Colorado for a meeting and subsequent reception of the Colorado Student Government Coalition. The coalition was formed with the intent to “represent the students of Colorado institutions through voicing the concerns and sentiments of its constituency, especially through political advocacy,” according to the CSGC official constitution. The meeting Saturday will be the third since its formation in October of 2014. CSU-Pueblo Associated Students’ Government...