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CSU-Pueblo’s Music Department to host Piano Monster Concert, 9th annual Keyboard Fest

From CSU-Pueblo Officials Colorado State University-Pueblo will host its annual Piano Monster Concert, featuring five grand pianos performing at once Nov. 3, at 7 p.m. The Monster Concert is part of the Music Department’s ninth Pueblo Keyboard Arts Festival, Nov. 1-3, which features solo and ensemble concerts, master classes, and a young artist competition. Attendance […]

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Colorado State University-Pueblo to host philosopher, author, activist Cornel West

From CSU-Pueblo Officials Prominent and provocative author and activist Cornel West will return to Colorado State University-Pueblo Friday, Nov. 2 as part of the new University Lecture Series sponsored by the Office of the President and the Center for Teaching and Learning West and CSU-Pueblo President, Timothy Mottet, will engage in a “conversation” about race […]

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Men’s Basketball has hopes to rebound this season

By James Gavato  Colorado State University-Pueblo’s men’s basketball team is looking to bounce back from last season’s heartbreak.   A season ago, the Thunderwolves faced the Western State Mountaineers in their last regular season game, with the winner clinching a spot in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament.  In a turn of events, the Thunderwolves lost that […]

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The Conjuring series returns to frightening origins in The Nun

By Dashon King Guest writer The Conjuring may be the first installment to the Haye’s brothers film series but it’s The Nun that takes us back to the root of their demonic contemporary horror filled universe. The Nun is a gratuitous take on actual events from demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren who have encountered the […]

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Pack Seniors stomp Skyhawks for their last home game

By Emily Montgomery Pack football defense prevailed in a 39-0 win over the Fort Lewis Skyhawks on Saturday. Twenty senior players were honored before their last home game of the regular season. Neither team scored a touchdown in the first quarter. The first opportunity to score for the Thunderwolves was a missed field goal attempted […]

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Zimmerman’s Casual Cosmopolitanism lecture shines light on historical garments

By Eboni Tubbs Why do people wear dressing gowns? Are they for sleeping or dressing down? Can they be used to show off one’s wealth or social status? Rachel Zimmerman, a new faculty member at Colorado State University-Pueblo, answered these questions in a lecture about historical clothing and their meanings on Oct. 10. Around the […]

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