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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REV 89 celebrates College Radio Day in alt-rock fashion

By Victoria Jimenez For 24 hours straight, Colorado State University-Pueblo’s own college station REV 89 will be participating in the 8th annual College Radio Day for the very first time on Oct. 5. Founded by Rob Quicke, General Manager at WPSC 88.7 FM at William Paterson University in New Jersey, College Radio Day is first […]

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Pueblo’s first anti-café established to strengthen community bonds

Staff review Have you ever been to a coffee shop or restaurant and liked it so much that you stayed longer than you needed to, but felt guilty for doing so? If so, try one of Pueblo’s newest businesses, Tick Tock Anti-Café, located at 315 N. Santa Fe Ave: those feelings of guilt may become […]

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“Eating+ Talking” with history club about New Orleans

By Victoria Jimenez Phi Alpha Theta History Club held an “Eating + Talking” event in the Occhiato Student Center to discuss their recent trip to the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society Biennial Conference. This is the first time that the club has gone to represent CSU-Pueblo at the conference in recent history. The […]

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Indigenous student org discusses issues

By Aimee Torrez Problems facing indigenous people and their communities was the topic at the Feb. 27 meeting of the Indigenous Student Association.  Started in September 2017 to celebrate Native American history, the group has been doing outreach on campus to expand its presence and be known. They noticed there wasn’t a place on campus […]

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