This episode of T-Wolf Talk features Deputy Alyssa Garcia and Deputy Nick Berumen from Pueblo law enforcement, President of Pueblo Bikers United JT Trujillo, and VP of Pueblo Bikers United Mike Cisneros! They talk about the annual law enforcement vs. bikers Toy Bowl football game!
Trio Talent Search is a grant funded program that aims to provide support to first generation and low income students in Pueblo in order to see them attend college and graduate! In this episode of T-Wolf Talk, first generation CSU Pueblo alumni, Director for Trio Heather Cornell and Jarod Lacey stop by and talk about how they are advocating for disadvantaged youth!
Season two of Leading the Pack kicks off with CSU Pueblo's head football Coach John Wristen from the class of 1984. Coach Wristen talks about his journey coaching in Rocky Ford and what led to him coming back to the university to serve as the head coach of the Thunderwolves and building up the football program in 2008.
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.
This week's episode of T-Wolf Talk features Director of Student Involvement and Activities in the Office of Student Engagement & Leadership (SEAL), Noelle San Souci. Noelle discusses how student organizations have adjusted to the pandemic and continued to serve their community with campaigns like ASG's "Belly Boxes," the different virtual events that student organizations host, and potential plans for the fall semester.
This week's episode of Leading the Pack features Paul Browning from the class of 2014. Paul shares some of the lessons learned while playing football for CSU Pueblo. He reminisces about some of his former teammates and his time with the 2014 NCAA National Championship Thunderwolves team and his time spent playing arena and pro football. Paul is now the Director of Community Collaboration for Mission Peace and the Founder of Lion Heart - the Paul Browning Receiving Academy, training the next generation of football players.
This week's edition of T-Wolf Talk features Dan Hardee from the Class of 2005. He talks about his experience in the mass communications program at CSU Pueblo, his time working on air at REV 89 and how he became the music director and weekday host for 99.5 The Mountain in Denver.
This episode features Chase Vaughn from the class of 2012. He talks about his journey playing football at CSU Pueblo, going to play in the Canadian Football League and that moment when he put the Denver Bronco helmet on. Chase now serves his community as a firefighter with the Aurora Fire Department and is a member of the 2020 Athletics Hall of Fame Class and will be formally inducted during Homecoming 2021.