Classified Staff Council strives to make members and employees lives better

The Classified Staff Council at Colorado State University-Pueblo operates largely unknown at times, but has gone to great lengths to improve the lives and financial situations of all its employees through astute and calculated measures.
There …

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ASG chief justice values communication

For Colorado State University-Pueblo senior Jacob Stice, being in a leadership role requires an ability to listen to the concerns of others while voicing his own opinion.
Stice, who currently serves as Chief Justice of the …

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Fly Fishing club offers chance to experience Colorado

By Avery Lewis and Kieran Kuiper

Avery Lewis and Kieran Kuiper take a look at the Fly Fishing club in a series about extracurricular clubs and organizations available at CSU-Pueblo.
Clubs & Organizations: Fly Fishing Club from …

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Producer Lydia Dean Pilcher to present at CSU-Pueblo

Film and TV producer Lydia Dean Pilcher will be visiting the Colorado State University-Pueblo campus March 14, leading student workshops and giving a presentation on a range of topics in the film industry.
Pilcher, a producer …

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ASG senator Shawn King encourages meaningful change on campus

Colorado State University-Pueblo student Shawn King believes students should use their strengths to engage in the university.
King, who represents the Associated Students’ Government as senator of the College of Education, Engineering, and Professional Studies, is …

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Associate English professor releases poetry book after seven years of work

In 2,555 days, a lot can happen.
Juan Morales, associate professor of English at CSU-Pueblo, spent that amount of time, seven years, developing and perfecting his recently published poetry book “The Siren World,” which is the …

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