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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Veterans weren’t always appreciated

By Chianna Schoethaler
Veterans Day began as a part of World War I and over the years has gone through a variety of changes to what it is today.
Seven months before World War I officially ending, …

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Painting the sky differently

By Ashley Schaerfl
Colorado Springs has a decent size Balloon Festival, located at Memorial Park usually every September during Labor Day.
But if you want to see something truly beautiful, travel 378 miles south to Albuquerque, New …

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Banned book display

By Photographer Jon Doose
 
Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read.
The last week in September the Colorado State University-Pueblo Library Academic Resource Center displayed a group of banned books as a …

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Colorado State University-Pueblo celebrates Oktober Fest

By Thomas Thortvedt
The Center of International Programs hosted the annual Oktoberfest at the ThunderZone Pizza & Tap House across from the ThunderBowl Friday, Sept. 22.
Students were able to enjoy free food and drinks in a …

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Join the Bataan Memorial March at CSU-Pueblo!

By Alexandra Purcell
Coming up on Oct. 7, 2017, Colorado State University-Pueblo’s chapter of Student Veterans of America will host the inaugural Bataan Memorial March.
The event is set to start at precisely 9:04 a.m. in front …

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