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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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Schakara Arrazola-Tiscareno at Southern Colorado Fashion’s Fall 2023 showcase displaying a piece from RainbowRosies by Celina Padilla. Photo by Madison Lira.

Southern Colorado Fashion: Rise of a model to CEO

September 11, 2023

By Madison Lira Starting from the ground up, Schakara Arrazola-Tiscareno created a fashion boom in Southern Colorado filled with models, designers, photographers, hair/makeup artists, and many more creatives...

A firefighter stands in the smoke of the June 3 Lake Minnequa Fire while a firefighting helicopter passes overhead. [Today photo/file/Kimmy Reinhardt]

Fire whys: A fire-safe chat with a PFD leader

July 8, 2022

By Cassime Joseph Fire safety is one of the most significant issues during these dry seasons in the community of Pueblo. Drought can be a contributing factor to wildfire. Dry, hot, and windy weather combined...

FFA delegates line the stage at the Massari Arena June 9. [Today photo/Cassime Joseph]

Campus welcomes next generation of ag professionals

June 16, 2022

By Cassime Joseph Mike Lucas’ vibrant guitar reverberated through Massari Arena on June 9. The soloist auditioned the prior night during a talent show for the 2022 Colorado FFA convention, held June...

The Posada of Pueblo staff is a small-but-mighty team of women leaders who work for the citys most vulnerable members. [Today photos/Brianna Sammons]

The female-powered ‘Dream Team’ of Pueblo

March 30, 2022

By Cassime Joseph Posada of Pueblo   Providing housing and supportive services that empower homeless individuals and families in Pueblo County is Posada's core mission, and they have lived up to it...

CSU Pueblos Katy Zimmerman is a decorated distance swimmer and a dominate force in the classroom. [Courtesy photo/CSU Pueblo Athletics]

Sophomore Zimmerman a dominate force in pool, classroom

February 5, 2022

Born to swim By Brandon Samora The Today Katy Zimmerman has been swimming for as long as she can remember. Since age 6, she has had the passion and the drive to pull her childhood dreams into her reality. Zimmerman...

Dr. Ruth DePalma

To DePalma, nursing program is a work of heart

February 4, 2022

By Bill Redmond-Palmer Dr. Ruth DePalma is the longest serving faculty member of the School of Nursing for CSU Pueblo.  DePalma currently serves as the undergraduate nursing program coordinator and associate...

Alegría Ribadeneira
[Courtesy photo/CSU Pueblo]

For Prof. Ribadeneira, teaching is a labor of love

December 3, 2021

For the past 15 years, I have dedicated myself to the research and practice of serving the underserved." -- Prof. Alegría Ribadeneira The face of joy Dr. Alegría Ribadeneira is a full professor of Spanish...

Eugene T. Muniz, a World War II veteran, served four years in the Army before being honorably discharged as a corporal. The Puebloan will turn 102 on Monday. [Today photo/Alorah Saldana-Vigil]

A Veterans Day perspective from a warrior of World War II

November 10, 2021

It's who did not come back. I'm not the hero– it is the men who died there [in combat] are the heroes. By Alorah Saldana-Vigil Eugene T. Muniz didn’t mince words when it came to the significance of...

Colorado State University Pueblo senior Cody Cozzolino used COVID-induced remote learning as an opportunity to launch his professional music career. [Courtesy image/Cody Cozzolino]

From CSU Pueblo student to country star

November 7, 2021

Cozzolino's winding road from construction management major to global song stage By Danielle Whitaker CSU Pueblo senior and up-and-coming country music star Cody Cozzolino plays to the crowd during a...

Sonia Earles (center) reacts to the news that she is the 2021 Homecoming queen. I didnt even know I was nominated, the freshman softball player from California says with a laugh. [Courtesy photo/Sonia Earles]

Meet your 2021 Homecoming queen

November 6, 2021

Queen E   “It was overwhelming, but in a good way. It was amazing to have the support from my team and friends when my name was called.” -- Sonia Earles, 2021 Homecoming Queen By Katie Meeks Sonia...

Jacobo Varela, who formerly served in the U.S. Army, is the director of Veterans Upward Bound at Colorado State University Pueblo. [Courtesy image/Jacobo Varela]

Varela brings servant’s heart to campus vets, community

November 6, 2021

The Honor of Serving By Rebecca VanGorder Jacobo Varela has a true servant’s heart, which can be seen in the way he serves his fellow veterans after already having served in the Army.  That time in...

Today photo/Natashia Gebre-Zion

Faculty Friday: Steve Henson

October 8, 2021

Today photo/Natashia Gebre-Zion Through hard work and passion, professor carved out iconic career in Pueblo By Natashia Gebre-Zion Steve Henson, a professor of media communication, was nominated by students...

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