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LATEST NEWS FROM THE CSU-PUEBLO TODAY

Pack Dance Team continues to improve and grow as it places third in national competition

By Maggie Geolat
If you are looking for a group of people to show unconditional support, enthusiasm, and drive, look no further than to our CSU-Pueblo dance team. Our dance team constantly spends their time choreographing …

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Final art gallery of the semester features expansive collection of senior students’ work

By Wade Walker
The Fine Arts Gallery at Colorado State University-Pueblo currently showcases work from the senior art students. titled Senior Show, the exhibits include a wide range of media from the art department’s most promising …

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Pack Baseball’s wins from the weekend total to 800 overall for the program and coach Sanchez

by Ashley Schaerfl
The men’s CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves baseball team went head to head with the Highlands University Cowboys and the Adam’s State Grizzlies, tying one series and winning the other.
They started the series out strong with …

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SOCO Reading Series delights downtown Pueblo crowd with trio of poets

By Victoria Ruiz
On Friday, the Southern Colorado Reading Series partnered with the Pueblo Progressive Poetry Project to present readings by three published poets. The event, which took place off-campus at Songbird Cellars, was in celebration …

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Spring windstorm causes wall collapse and minor construction setback for Thunder Village

by Alexandra Purcell
Construction on Colorado State University-Pueblo’s new Student Village shopping center has experienced a major setback after a windstorm took out a newly-built wall on-site.
The front wall of the shopping center collapsed March 24, …

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Admissions staff aims to recruit both freshmen and transfer students for fall and make them feel at home

by Thomas Thortvedt
Colorado State University-Pueblo is working to increase the number of incoming freshman and transfers.
Director of admissions at CSU-Pueblo, Tiffany Kingrey, said that the university has plenty of recruiting goals they want to meet. …

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