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The CSU Pueblo mens lacrosse team gather for a team picture before their last game of the season on April 21. (Photo provided by Jayson Ortiz)

Athletic director reflects on decision to cut men’s lacrosse from NCAA level

Holly Ward, Staff Writer May 7, 2024

The Colorado State University Pueblo men’s lacrosse team recently finished its last season as a NCAA Division II athletic program, playing its final match on April 21 against Colorado Mesa. Four months...

Sophomore attacker, Kyle Parker, runs with the ball during the last home mens lacrosse match against Colorado Mesa University on April 21. Photo provided by Jayson Ortiz.

The athletic department is developing the men’s lacrosse club program

Holly Ward, Staff Writer May 7, 2024

Colorado State University Pueblo's athletic department announced on Jan. 19 that its men’s lacrosse team would be leaving NCAA Division II status and would transition into a club sport at the end of...

Pueblo native, Ashlynn Young, performs in front of an audience. (Photo by Jerod Young)

“It’s given me a lot of confidence”

Archie Wyatt, Staff Writer April 11, 2024

Born-and-bred in Pueblo, Colorado, 22 year-old Ashlynn Young is set to take stage at this week’s Steel City Music Showcase in Downtown Pueblo. The singer-songwriter will be performing her 40-minute...

Little was selected for the All-South Central Region First Team. (Photo provided by Ben Greenberg)

Alisha Little dominated on CSU Pueblo’s women’s basketball team with record-breaking season

Quinna Rollings, Staff Writer April 2, 2024

The star of the Colorado State University Pueblo women’s basketball team is Alisha Little, a 6-foot-1 redshirt junior forward from Aurora, Colo.  This past season, Little averaged more than 20 points,...

Members of BSU met during its Town Hall Mixer which took place on Feb. 6. In the photo is Shay Wilson, president of BSU, standing behind a table talking to the different members that are also pictured in the image about BSU. (Photo taken by Emmanuel Jeanmarie)

Black Student Union plays vital role on CSU Pueblo campus

Quinna Rollings, Staff Writer April 1, 2024

The Black Student Union (BSU) is a vital student-run organization at Colorado State University Pueblo. The organization is in the General Classroom Building (GCB), Room 111. Its mission statement: “The...

African Americans peacefully protested their rights to end racism/segregation in the United States during the Civil Rights Movement. This specific protest took place in Washington, D.C., in 1963. (Original photo provided by Warren K. Leffler, and colorized photo provided by Jordan J. Loyd. Taken from unsplash.com)

The Importance of Black History Month

Quinna Rollings, Staff Writer April 1, 2024

Black History Month was created by Carter G. Woodson in 1925 to celebrate the different contributions and achievements African Americans have made throughout U.S. history, as well as to celebrate and recognize...

Shahrzad (Sherry) Dadgar, a professor at the Media and Entertainment department of CSU Pueblo, stands in front of the Buell Communications Center.

Bridging the Gap: Understanding Iran-US Relations through the eyes of an Iranian American academic

Juan Irigoyen, Staff Writer April 1, 2024

The war between Ukraine and Russia continues unabated, fueled in part by the roles played by other countries. Iran and the U.S. are only two of the countries who are involved. In a recent interview with...

The Center banner located in the OSC for student support and advocacy.

Paws on Campus: A guide to furry companions at CSU Pueblo

Juan Irigoyen, Staff Writer March 19, 2024

There are many ways to cope with the daily struggles of life, and the challenges inherent in attending a university. This reporter can count on my family, friends and especially my little furry...

The planned expansion area behind Fergusons. (Photo by Camerron Martin)

Downtown Pueblo will see future changes as the Riverwalk expands

Camerron Martin, Staff Writer March 19, 2024

Since its completion and public opening, the Pueblo Riverwalk has played a significant and well-known role in Pueblo's history. Before the flood that devastated what is now the downtown and Union Historic...

Autumn Watts goes up to the basket while trying to make a layup during the teams home matchup vs. MSU Denver on Jan. 13, at Massari Arena. Photo provided by Jason Ortiz.

The Transfer Portal, from both an athlete’s and coach’s perspective

Quinna Rollings, Staff Writer March 16, 2024

Autumn Watts is a star on the Colorado State University Pueblo women's basketball team. And although the gifted athlete makes it look easy on the court, her journey to Pueblo has been anything but. Watts...

The Goodnight Barn is located on Colorado Highway 96. (Photo by the Goodnight Barn Preservation Committee)

The Restoration and Preservation of the Goodnight Barn

Camerron Martin, Staff Writer March 13, 2024

Pueblo is a town full of rich and diverse history that many influential characters have painted over time. Many of the significant historical locations in the city have seen efforts made to restore or...

Thad Stelter, founder of Vinyl Destination record club, during last months meeting on Thursday, Feb. 29.

Pueblo Record Club Looking for Vinyl Enthusiasts

Holly Ward, Staff Writer March 13, 2024

Beginning in October 2023, Pueblo City-County Library District and Analogue teamed-up to bring a record club to town called Vinyl Destination. This collaboration came from Thad Stelter, who works as a...

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