CSU-Pueblo Alumni Wins Super Bowl

On Sunday, February 2, 2020, the Kansas City Chiefs won the National Football League’s Super Bowl. The Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers by the final score of 31-20 in Super Bowl 54. At the end of the game, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was named the Most Valuable Player for his performance in Kansas City’s […]

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Inclement Weather Information

With all the recent roller coasters of ever-changing weather, here in  Southern Colorado. The high winds, snow, and freezing temperatures can be a concern when traveling. The students and staff safety here at CSU-Pueblo is a priority when it comes to reaching your destination. If inclement weather occurs,  please monitor the CSU-Pueblo website for updated […]

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Goodbye to Former Today Adviser Richard Joyce

The CSU-Pueblo Today family lost one of its members recently.   Professor Emeritus Richard Joyce, retired professor of journalism and former adviser for the Today, died Sunday, Feb. 2 at Parkview Hospital.    Joyce served as the faculty adviser for the Today from 1994 through 2004. During his years teaching in the mass communications department […]

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Call For Proposals

CHASS Southern Colorado Conference for the Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences April 17th and 18th  Interconnected and Interdependent: Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences in a New Decade Sponsored by the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences at  Colorado State University-Pueblo Colorado State University-Pueblo’s College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences’ (CHASS) Southern Colorado Conference—or […]

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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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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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