A past that transformed art

By Wade Walker
Art can be a transformative experience. For Jen Derge, it is a source of healing. Her paintings present powerful imagery of self-discovery through nature. Blending classic technique with a unique style, her work …

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Serbia not ready for the wrath of Ceasar

By Chianna Schoenthaler
Colorado State University-Pueblo’s alumni Tyree Ceasar graduated in May 2017 with a bachelor’s in social work has spiraled in his career and is playing for Pro Hunt football.
Pro Hunt football is an organization …

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Camaraderie at CSU-Pueblo

By Alex Purcell
Transfer from the Air Force to the Army is a rare occurrence among military personnel, but that’s exactly the move that Anthony Clark made.
Clark became an enlisted airman in the Air Force in …

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The right fit for Palmieri

By Allie Narro
John Palmieri is a student at Colorado State University- Pueblo but he’s not just an ordinary student, he’s a student veteran.
“I decided to join the Army because it seemed like the right fit …

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Broadwell knows how to lead

By Allie Narro
Caitlin Broadwell is a senior volleyball player, here at Colorado State University-Pueblo.
Broadwell is from Lawrence, Kansas and started playing volleyball when he was 8 years old.
“I started playing when I was 8 years …

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Gainning culture while taching abroad

By Chianna Schoenthaler
With teaching comes deep meaning and experience. For professor Alan Mills, this meant traveling and taking a sabbatical to teach others across the world.
Professor Mills, associate professor and director of bands music, took …

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