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LATEST NEWS FROM THE CSU-PUEBLO TODAY

The price is worth the coffee

Staff Review If you like good coffee and a vintage décor, Gypsy Javas is the hang out spot for you. Located a few blocks from Pueblo’s Riverwalk, Gypsy Javas is a small coffee shop and café nestled between art galleries and boutiques. It’s hard to miss – the awning over the door proudly proclaims the […]

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Ready Player One

by Jacob Durran Steven Spielberg, one of the most consistent directors in Hollywood currently and has given us what he is best at giving: A great adventure with an engaging story and well fleshed out characters. This is a movie that proves a film can have nostalgia and pop culture references within an entertaining story […]

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Women’s Basketball win over Westminster College

By Aimee Torrez The Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s basketball team has clinched a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference title share for the second consecutive year with a 78-67 win over Westminster College on Feb. 10 at Massari Arena. Not only was the snow coming down in Pueblo, but shots were dropping through the net for the […]

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“Eating+ Talking” with history club about New Orleans

By Victoria Jimenez Phi Alpha Theta History Club held an “Eating + Talking” event in the Occhiato Student Center to discuss their recent trip to the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society Biennial Conference. This is the first time that the club has gone to represent CSU-Pueblo at the conference in recent history. The […]

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Mother!

By Jacob Duran Darren Aronofsky, one of the most visionary and risk-taking directors currently working in Hollywood presents an ambitious story. It contains a great cast, and a level of intrigue, psychological horror, and plenty of room for interpretation. A movie that is by far one of the most ruthless major studio films of recent […]

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Indigenous student org discusses issues

By Aimee Torrez Problems facing indigenous people and their communities was the topic at the Feb. 27 meeting of the Indigenous Student Association.  Started in September 2017 to celebrate Native American history, the group has been doing outreach on campus to expand its presence and be known. They noticed there wasn’t a place on campus […]

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