Celebrating 125 years since women won their right to vote

By: Winter Vera In 1893, women in Colorado’s right to vote was recognized, a good 27 years before the United States caught up, and Pueblo Heritage Museum will commemorate this event with a High Victorian Tea Party event. This is not the only event being celebrated, however. In 1894, Carrie Clyde Holly became one of […]

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Brie Larson marvels in ‘Captain Marvel’

By Jacob Duran Staff writer Marvel Studios has released its twenty first movie “Captain Marvel” and has added a lot new elements to the Marvel Cinematic Universe while showing what fans love.  This movie is a prequel to the whole universe set in 1995. The setting leads to many great surprises along with a great nostalgic […]

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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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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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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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