Sarah Joseph serves as the Public Information Officer for the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment. She discussed where Pueblo is at currently with the weekly positive incident rate and hospitalizations due to COVID-19 and answered and addressed common concerns associated with receiving the first and second dose of the COVID-19 vaccination.
The tables are turned in this episode marking the season finale of Leading the Pack. Tracy Samora from the Class of 1994 is interviewed by a special guest host - none other than her son and current media communication student, Brandon Samora, who also serves as REV 89's Sports and Podcast Director. Tracy shares how CSU Pueblo changed her life twice, including special memories made, lifelong friendships she still enjoys today, and her passion for her career serving as the Director of Alumni and Community Relations.
Project Coordinator, Monique Marez and Digital Engagement Manager,Megan Moore for Pueblo Food Project talk about the organization's efforts to provide fresh and nutritious foods for residents in need, several different events they sponsor in the attempt to do so, and upcoming projects to assist Pueblo in this episode of T-Wolf Talk.
Kacie Adair from the Class of 2020 talks about her experience with the President's Leadership Program, why she decided to come to CSU Pueblo, serving as President of Associated Students' Government, graduating during a pandemic, some of her favorite memories working in the Office of Student Engagement and Leadership and how all of her experiences help her in her role today as a Fellow with the El Pomar Foundation.
In this episode of T-Wolf Talk Executive Director and Founder of Southern Colorado Youth Development Michael Riley talks about bringing NYPUM to Pueblo, how it has completely changed the lives of at-risk youth, and other programs they are working to get off the ground that will also assist at-risk youth.
In this episode of T-Wolf Talk, Pueblo's first mayor, Nick Gradisar, addresses how the city has handled economic factors related to the COVID-19 pandemic, explains how the American Rescue Plan Act benefits Pueblo, and describes the Street Enterprise fund and Pueblo's intentions of moving to 100 percent renewable energy.
In this special episode of #BullsIce Michelle Wells chats with @pueblobulls Assistant Coach and Assistant GM Tyler Tuneberg. Tyler talks about how he ended up with the Bulls, important skills for blue-liners to work on, and lessons he's learned.
This episode of T-Wolf Talk features Kirsten Taylor, the Executive Director of Pueblo Rape Crisis Services. She previews PRCS annual event, Walk-A-Mile Empower 5k run/walk and discusses support services provided by PRCS.
This episode of Leading The Pack features Dave Moore from the Class of 1975. Dave was a graduate of the mass communications program and shares some of his favorite memories of his former professors Rick Pavlik and Don Wayne and his time spent working in radio in Pueblo.