CSU-Pueblo has a lot to give

By Megan Moore CSU-Pueblo give day started at exactly midnight on November 15th! Give Day is a 24hr crowd funding campaign that helps various programs, departments, and organizations raise money for the year. The Give Day donation website opened for any person to give to 26 initiatives trying to make CSU-Pueblo better for our Thunderwolves. […]

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The Art of Tailgating: CSU- Pueblo Style

The air is crisp with the smell of fall leaves; a sea of people in red shirts stand and wave their arms to make a red wave throughout the stands, trumpets and drums play songs of triumph, and pom-poms encourage the fierce to be fiercer. Attending a football game is fun, loud, and full of […]

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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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Veteran’s Day

Veteran’s Day is Monday, Nov. 11. Classes are open here on campus, but for many government offices, including the post office, and for banks, it is a national holiday with offices closed for observation.   Here are ways you can honor those who have served in America’s military:   Place flags on headstones in a […]

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October is Cyber Security Month

By: Haley McCoy Staff Writer The entire month of October has been dedicated to spreading awareness of cyber security now that this generation is built around the use of internet and technology. Mark Gonzales, Information Security Manager of CSU-Pueblo, shared his knowledge about cyber security and said, “Cyber security is protecting ourselves from outside threats, […]

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The Story of Stingy Jack of the Lantern

By: Winter Vera Staff Writer   His face is the first thing viewers see in the 1978 horror film, “Halloween,” and his carved visage has been synonymous with Halloween, but why is it called a Jack O’ Lantern? Who was this Jack the pumpkin carving gets its name from? The answer to that story lies in […]

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