Pack student on the road to a journalist lifestyle

By Uri Prescott Staff writer   Chris Churilla has made the most of his time at Colorado State University-Pueblo by making it to the finals for the John C. Ensslin Scholarship. In November, Churilla was considered for the John C. Ensslin Scholarship. The competition for the scholarship consists of seven universities in Colorado that each […]

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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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Quitting Valentine’s

By Uri Prescott Staff writer Ditching the consumer holiday for an alternate celebration of love could spare your wallet It’s almost Valentine’s Day; a day of love and romance filled with stuffed animals, boxes of chocolates and roses by the dozens. It makes me sick.  Before I get too far into this, I want it […]

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University professors lead the way for Study Abroad 2019

By Emily Montgomery Staff writer A study abroad fair was held in the Occhiato Student Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6, inviting students to participate in study abroad programs for the upcoming summer and fall semesters. Extended Studies and the Center for International Programs held the fair to inform students who […]

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International Office celebrates Lunar New Year 2019

By Uri Prescott Staff writer It is now the Year of the Pig. The Center for International Programs at Colorado State University-Pueblo reined in the Chinese New Year with traditional food, decorations and music. The festivities started at 11 a.m. Feb. 5 in their office and lasted until 2 p.m.  “I see that a lot […]

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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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