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SOCO Student Media from Colorado State University Pueblo

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SOCO Student Media from Colorado State University Pueblo

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SOCO Student Media from Colorado State University Pueblo

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 Springtime in Austin, Texas. Photo by Morgan Borrego.

8 Songs to Get You into the Spring Mood

May 12, 2023

By Morgan Borrego I Can See Clearly Now by Johnny Nash.  Nash wrote and released this song in 1972, becoming his biggest hit, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. The lyrics talk about...

Students outside the Pueblo School District 60 administration building protesting for a change on the mental health issues within the schools. Photo provided by Sol Sandioval Tafoya.

Parents and students disturbed by District 60’s response to recent suicide awareness

May 5, 2023

CORRECTION: It was brought to the attention of The TODAY after the May issue was published that Pueblo School District 60 has plans and resources to assist students with their mental health. At the time...

Purchasable reusable bags at LaGree’s. Photo by Camerron Martin.

Colorado’s Bag Tax four months later

April 17, 2023

By Camerron Martin America is not a stranger to taxes as they factor into the costs of everything we buy at various rates. Every regulated price tag has a tax that is associated with it that can change...

A transgender rally for support. Photo provided by Unsplash.

Turning a national tragedy into a fear-mongering weapon

April 11, 2023

By Madison Lira On a day of national tragedy that struck Nashville, Tenn., Covenant Christian School, many far-right conservatives are turning the mass shooting into a fear-mongering tactic to use against...

A pile of dice was used in the Dungeons and Dragons game. Photo by Camerron Martin.

A review of Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves

April 11, 2023

By Camerron Martin  Anything and everything is fair game in the movie industry these days as companies and producers seek inspiration for their next big blockbuster hit. Movies based on books, plays,...

1986 Picture of Brooke Shields on a ship. Photo provided by Pixabay.

Brooke Shields heartbreaking revelations in “Pretty Baby”

April 11, 2023

By Madison Lira Beginning her career before she could even walk, Brooke Shields has been in the Hollywood limelight for the entirety of her life. Radiating with beauty since she was born, it didn't long...

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The Last of Us: TV show versus video game

March 29, 2023

By Madison Lira The Last of Us, a survival horror game developed by Naughty Dog and Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 3 in 2013, has become a full-fledged HBO Max show. The TV show, which...

Pueblo Municipal Justice Center at 200 S Main St, Pueblo, Colo. Photo by Camerron Martin.

Crime rates happening in Pueblo, Colorado

March 29, 2023

By Camerron Martin When finding a place to settle down and build a life, people often look for places they can do so with the smallest amount of resistance or worry about that goal. People want a safe...

The Black Hills depot in downtown Pueblo. Photo by Camerron Martin.

The cost of Black Hills Energy

March 16, 2023

By Camerron Martin   The Black Hills Energy Company supplies power to many parts of the United States. They are the primary power source used across eight states. People in Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa,...

Photo by Pexels. U.S. capitol building in Washington, D.C.

The patriarchal ideology of Christian nationalism

February 21, 2023

By Julian Volk “I’m tired of this separation of church and state junk,” said Colorado’s District 3 representative, Rep. Lauren Boebert, in June of 2022, calling for the abolishment of the first...

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Valentine’s Day: A Love and Hate Relationship

February 14, 2023

By Camerron Martin and Angel Palma All holidays throughout the year are meant to hold some kind of symbolic meaning or age-old tradition that generation after generation celebrates. Valentine's Day is...

Photo provided by Unsplash. Protest signs at Black Lives Matter Knoxville’s Juneteenth Rally and March, 6.19.20.

Can people of color be racist?

February 14, 2023

By Madison Lira Are people of color capable of being racist towards other minorities in the world? It's hard to imagine that minorities could have prejudices and perpetuate the same racism they endure,...

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