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The cast of The Music Man puts on a show at the Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center. [Courtesy photo/Rebecca Higgs]

REVIEW: ‘The Music Man’ heralds triumphant return of Summer Musical

July 21, 2022

‘Music’ to their ears By Cassime Joseph River City, Iowa, set the scene for the triumphant return of the Pueblo-wide scholastic Summer Musical. “The Music Man,” a musical by Meredith Willson and...

Keep your booming Fourth from going bust

Keep your booming Fourth from going bust

July 1, 2022

Proper safety ensures holiday fun doesn’t flop by Kimmy Reinhardt The Fourth of July is quickly approaching. With the celebration comes the question of how to protect yourself and your community while...

Pueblo County Sheriffs Department responds to bomb threat on Campus

Pueblo County Sheriff’s Department responds to bomb threat on Campus

June 28, 2022

By Kimmy Reinhardt At 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, Colorado State University Pueblo authorities messaged students and faculty regarding a bomb threat on campus. The threat, later determined to be a hoax, was believed...

Members of the cheer and dance teams celebrate the launch of the OverDrive Campaign in this March file photo. [Today photo/file/Jay Ramos]

SPECIAL REPORT: A brief history of Title IX

June 23, 2022

By Kimmy Reinhardt 50 years ago on June 23, 1972, the world of education was changed forever as Title IX was signed into law amending the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Title IX prohibits discrimination based...

Thunderwolf guard Ro Dominguez (center) slaps fives with the womens basketball team  ahead of a game in this November, 2021, photo [Today photo/Brianna Sammons/file]

Title IX still battling discrimination, 50 years later

June 23, 2022

By Hailee Langowski Nicole Ferguson is the director of compliance and Title IX coordinator at Colorado State University Pueblo. She explained that Title IX of the Federal law on education is aimed at gender-based...

Student athletes raise their team flags, and each other, to signal the start of the 2022 All-State Games. [Today photo/Kimmy Reinhardt]

State’s finest take the field

June 10, 2022

CSU Pueblo hosts 2022 Colorado High School Coaches Association All-State Games By Kimmy Reinhardt and Brenden Vigil Some of the state's finest high school athletes will be on campus this weekend for the...

Blaze burns 52 acres near Lake Minnequa

Blaze burns 52 acres near Lake Minnequa

June 3, 2022

By Kimmy Reinhardt On June 2 a fire broke out on the east side of Lake Minnequa in Pueblo. As of deadline Friday, the cause of the fire was unknown. The Pueblo Fire Department arrived Thursday afternoon...

Photo by Mirranda Reinhardt at K.D. Elise Photography

The search for self: A student’s story of finding identity and community

June 3, 2022

By Kimmy Reinhardt Unlike many queer individuals, I grew up in a home where being yourself, and loving who you love, was widely accepted.  My school life, however, was quite the opposite. As someone...

A visual depiction of Convocation 2022

A visual depiction of Convocation 2022

May 9, 2022

Pomp and Circumstance Today staff reports CSU Pueblo celebrated the Class of 2022 in a pair of convocation ceremonies May 7 at the ThunderBowl. Speakers, including Associated Student Government President...

Graduates await the chance to walk across the stage and receive their diplomas, May 7 at the ThunderBowl. [Today photo/Brenden Vigil]

Thunderwolf Nation, thanks for the memories

May 9, 2022

By Nathan Torres My college experience here at CSU Pueblo has been nothing short of amazing. When I started off in 2017, I did not know what I wanted to major in, so I just chose one. After a couple of...

Always make sure to know your surroundings and be aware when you are out in public.

April 29, 2022

By Alorah Saldana-Vigil Spring is in the air! Unfortunately, so are the scams.  When going about your daily activities, be extra cautious about everyone around you and who (or what) could be potential...

Drug poisoning/overdose deaths in Colorado by involvement of specific drug type: Colorado residents, 1999–2017. [Courtesy image/Dr. Roberts]

Counterpoint: The reality of recreational cannabis

April 14, 2022

By: Hailee Langowski Colorado legalized medicinal and recreational cannabis in 2000 and 2012, respectively. On Jan. 1, 2014, the sale and consumption of cannabis became legal. Anyone over 21 can buy recreational...

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