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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...

“13th” for Black History Month

By Victoria Jimenez The Office of Diversity and Inclusion continued Black History Month recognition with students at Colorado State University-Pueblo with their viewing of “13th,” a documentary focused on the racial inequality of the U.S. prison system. Directed by Ava DuVernay, this 2016 documentary discussed the history of the U.S. prison system and its connection to slavery, the 13th Amendment, and systematic punishment toward minorities in the U.S. implemented by the government and large corporations. Ulf Kjell Gür, an internet movie database writer said, “The documentary touches on chattel slavery;...
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