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The Story of Stingy Jack of the Lantern

By: Winter Vera Staff Writer   His face is the first thing viewers see in the 1978 horror film, “Halloween,” and his carved visage has been synonymous with Halloween, but why is it called a Jack O’ Lantern? Who was this Jack the pumpkin carving gets its name from? The answer to that story lies in […]

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Dear Freshman

By Chris Churilla Staff Writer     You have just begun the final phase of your life before adulthood and entering the “real world”. For those of you who are traditionally aged college students, I am old enough to be your father. I have been out there and done things most of you haven’t. It […]

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‘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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Suicide attempt survivor travels the globe to share the importance of mental health awareness

By Melanie Mau Staff writer Kevin Hines is one of 36 people to survive the jump from the Golden Gate Bridge. Hines shared his story of suicide and personal mental health issues with Puebloans at Pueblo Central High School, to discuss community encouragement for mental health awareness.   “Today is about finding your way on the movement forward […]

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CSU-Pueblo intramural sports encourage student participation

By Luke Siggins Staff writer This semester, intramural sports at Colorado State University-Pueblo have implemented changes to make it easier for students, staff, and alumni to sign up for sports and teams. Bill Moorman, assistant director of student recreation, has overseen all activity of the intramural and club sports on campus, as well as the […]

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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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