LATEST NEWS FROM THE CSU-PUEBLO TODAY

Pack student on the road to a journalist lifestyle

By Uri Prescott Staff writer   Chris Churilla has made the most of his time at Colorado State University-Pueblo by making it to the finals for the John C. Ensslin Scholarship. In November, Churilla was considered for the John C. Ensslin Scholarship. The competition for the scholarship consists of seven universities in Colorado that each […]

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OP-ED: Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray pro decision

By James Gavato Staff writer   Former Oklahoma Sooner quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner, Kyler Murray officially declared for the NFL Draft on Feb. 11. Since then, Murray has been in headlines regarding his professional sports future interests. Murray, who also played baseball with the Sooners, was drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the ninth […]

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CSU-Pueblo Chamber Choir Invited to Perform at Prestigious International Festival in Colombia

By Victoria Jimenez  Assistant Editor in Chief  Colorado State University-Pueblo’s own Chamber Choir has been invited to be one of five featured international choirs to the XVIII Festival Coral Internacional de Medellín “José María Bravo Márquez” which will be held July 3-7, 2019, in Medellín, Colombia.  The festival, held annually in the 1,788-seat Teatro Metropolitano, involves 30 to 40 choirs, and the five invited featured choirs will perform […]

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91st Oscars Recap: A historic night for superhero, music and foreign films

By Jacob Duran The 91st Academy Awards are going down in film history for a wide variety of reasons.  It was the first show since 1989 that didn’t have a host and many nominees pulled off surprises.  The most significant is the first superhero movie nominated for Best Picture. “Black Panther” took home three awards: […]

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Women’s basketball holds strong against Chadron State

By Luke Siggins Staff writer    Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s basketball, with their depleted bench still playing with only 7 players, was able to pull out a 74-70 win against Chadron State, in a tough fought game where there were 51 fouls called between the two teams on Feb. 22. Pueblo came out firing in […]

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‘Gotham’ nears conclusion; a look back onto Batman’s origin series

By Winter Naomi Vera Staff writer   When it comes to origin stories, many comic fans may ask “why should I care why a hero is a hero when I just want to see them beating up the bad guys and saving the world?” “Gotham” was announced as a show following James Gordon, (the future […]

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