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Professor secures funding to incorporate history into math with new program

Colorado State University-Pueblo mathematics professor and Pueblo native Janet Heine Barnett helped secure $100,000 for the university to help develop an instruction program that incorporates history into math.
The Transforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary …

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ThunderWolf volleyball comes out on top against St. Edward’s University

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The Pack came out on top in the second game of the Steel & Silver classic on Sept. 11. The ThunderWolves won 3-2 in a five-set match against St. Edward’s University.
ThunderWolves Volleyball vs St. Edwards …

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I Am That Girl hosts its fourth event of semester

CSU-Pueblo’s chapter of I Am That Girl hosted a spa day Sept. 10 upstairs in the Occhiato University Center. The spa day was the fourth event the club has hosted in the third week of …

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Pack football looks to proving ground game against West Texas A&M

The CSU-Pueblo football team started its 2015 season right where it left off in 2014 by dominating the line of scrimmage, creating turnovers and winning special teams. On Sept. 12, the Pack will meet West …

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Bonforte Bridge repairs pushed back

The long anticipated Bonforte Bridge repairs have been pushed back and are now scheduled to take place from May to August 2016.
The repairs, which were set to begin in May 2015, were pushed back one …

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Former Pack player lands spot on coaching staff

The Colorado State University-Pueblo ThunderWolves have a new quarterback coach this year. Former quarterback and current CSU-Pueblo student Doug Watterson took on the role in the coaching staff this season.
With turnover in the defending Division …

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