‘La Llorona’ a tense, problematic ride

By Joshua Bitz Staff writer If you grew up in a Hispanic household, it’s likely you’ve heard the story of La Llorona before. Once there was a beautiful woman named Maria who married a wealthy man and had two sons with him. However, the man cheated on Maria and left her for a younger woman. […]

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Defenses showcased in spring game

By James Gavato Staff writer Colorado State University-Pueblo’s annual Spring Football Game was a huge success at the Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl Friday night.  The inner–squad scrimmage was a battle between Red and Blue. The captain of the Red team was inside linebacker Kyle Rosenbrock, while the captain of the Blue team was outside […]

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Final Four features new faces for 2019

By James Gavato  Staff writer As always, March Madness brings surprises to college basketball’s 68-team tournament. But this year’s Final Four group brings teams that are rarely, or have never been on this stage.   The teams that will compete in this year’s Final Four are the Michigan State Spartans, Texas Tech Red Raiders, Virginia Cavaliers […]

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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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Pack Women rally over Hardrockers

By Luke Siggins Staff writer On a night when Colorado State University Pueblo had seven players, on the second game of a back-to-back, they were able to rally and beat South Dakota Mines (8-13) to improve their record to 13-10 overall and 11-6 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.   Senior Jennah Knafelc led the team in […]

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El Pueblo History Museum’s ‘Borderlands’ lecture series continues

By Tiffany Underwood Staff writer This spring, the El Pueblo History Museum, the Fort Garland Museum and the Trinidad History Museum will be collectively hosting a series of events to celebrate the Borderlands of southern Colorado exhibits in Pueblo. The events are free and open to the public in hopes to expand the understanding of […]

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