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SOCO Student Media from Colorado State University Pueblo

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Second Annual Homecoming Parade

October 7, 2010
On Saturday Oct. 2, CSU-Pueblo had its second annual Homecoming Parade for the game against the Chadron State College Eagles from Nebraska. The parade consisted of the CSU-Pueblo Marching Band, Cheerleaders, and the Homecoming King and Queen candidates.

Atmosphere of brotherly love: CSU-Pueblo’s fall concert

September 10, 2010
A mixture of rap, hip-hop, rock and punk was heard at the Colorado State Fair Events Center on Monday, Sept. 6, as Colorado State University-Pueblo presented their fall concert with featured artists Sean Kingston and the Gym Class Heroes.

A Different Point of View: Helicopter circles CSU-Pueblo Campus

August 31, 2010
Students wait in line for $5 helicopter rides over the CSU-Pueblo campus; one of this week's events provided by the Office of Student Activities.

Fun in the Sun in the Pueblo Community

May 28, 2010
It’s only the start of the summer, and some of the students staying at Colorado State University-Pueblo may be thinking “there’s nothing to do in this little town of Pueblo;” well there are many free or inexpensive things occurring in the Pueblo community, which students can participate in over the summer months.

Pakistani Poet shares cultural poetry as the final SoCo Reading Series author for the spring semester

May 14, 2010
A poet originally from Pakistan shared his culture through poetry on Thursday, April 15 with campus personnel as the final author for the spring 2010 Southern Colorado Reading Series at Colorado State University-Pueblo.

College papers could earn students cash with upcoming writing contests

March 30, 2010
Do you ever wish all your hard work on midterm papers was worth more than a good grade? Well here’s an opportunity for you. Colorado State University-Pueblo has two upcoming opportunities for students to submit their writing to win up to $150 cash for their college papers.

Author brings attention to sensitive subjects while sharing a reading of her newest publication

March 12, 2010
Maria Meléndez, editor and publisher for the literary magazine Pilgrimage, read from her newest publication “Flexible Bones,” on Feb. 11 in the Cottonwood Room of the Occhiato University Center at CSU-Pueblo. Southern Colorado Reading Series Coordinator, Juan Morales announced that the shipment of Meléndez’s book was received Feb. 10, just in time for Meléndez’s reading.

Guest Speaker for the Women’s Leadership Institute gives her advice on how to become a woman of leadership

March 2, 2010
About 100 female students and women from the Pueblo community spent the morning of Feb. 19, listening to a speech by a woman known as a leader in Congress at Colorado State University-Pueblo’s Women’s Leadership Institute. Sarah Weddington, who has received much recognition for her work, including the 2006 International Athena Award, was the keynote speaker at the institute.

Male models needed for campus fashion show

February 2, 2010
The Career Center at Colorado State University-Pueblo is in desperate need of student male models, and many other volunteers, for its first fashion show focused on educating students on how to dress for success. Venessa Gietl, producer for the fashion show, “CSU-Pueblo Fashion Sense 2010,” said she is still in need of at least five male models, two hosts, five student judges, security guards and a D. J. for the event to be a success. However, Gietl said she admits she is in great need of male models. She said she received a lot of interest for female models after sending out her first e-mail regarding the fashion show; now she said she needs some men to step up. All types and sizes of male models are welcome, Gietl said, and experience is not necessary.

Canadian author entertains audience at first SoCo Reading Series Event of spring semester

February 2, 2010
An award-winning Canadian author captivated an audience compiled of students and community members on Tuesday, Jan. 26, at Colorado State University-Pueblo. Author Steve Hayward, 39, read pieces of his work as the first presenter for the Southern Colorado Reading Series for the spring semester. Hayward’s reading took place in the Cottonwood room located in the Occhiato University Center at CSU-Pueblo. Hayward has written two award-winning books. The first, “Buddha Stevens and Other Stories,” was published in Canada in 2001. The second, “The Secret Mitzvah of Lucio Burke,” won Italy’s Premio Grinzane Cavour prize for the best first novel.

University Orchestra showcases students of all ages

November 16, 2009
Music from Bach, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky echoed through the halls surrounding the Hoag Hall Theater at Colorado State University-Pueblo, as chamber ensembles and the University Orchestra performed classical pieces on Tuesday, Nov. 10. Each ensemble was coached by one of the members of Veronika String Quartet, according to the concert program. Phillips said the Veronika String Quartet placed the students into ensembles based on personality and ability.

Humanitarian aid trip to Africa shows reality of poverty to CSU-Pueblo student

November 10, 2009
Helping unfortunate people in Africa and Indonesia are not the first thoughts on many college students’ minds, but for one Colorado State University-Pueblo student, it’s all she anticipates doing. Jennifer Joyce, a nontraditional student at CSU-Pueblo who began in the fall 2009, said she plans on using her anthropology degree to continue her humanity work in Africa and Indonesia.
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