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.
Be prepared to laugh, for in this 10th episode of #BullsIce Michelle Wells talks with @pueblobulls defensemen #5 KC McMenamin and #9 Brock McQuistan! KC and Brock tell about how they got started playing hockey, what life was like in the "bubble" this season, and what their plans for the offseason are.
This week's episode of T-Wolf Talk is part of our on-going series about mentoring in Pueblo and features Danette Sims, volunteer coordinator at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Pueblo County. We talk about mentorship opportunities, the different programs the Boys and Girls Clubs have to offer, what it takes to be a mentor with the Boys and Girls Club, and what success looks like for some of their mentees. We also talk about the Boys and Girls Club’s emotional wellness program as well as possible program expansions and events coming up on their calendar for the summer.
This episode of Leading the Pack features Nicki Hart from the class of 2007. Nicki is the Founder of Digital Hart Media - a creative design agency serving over 200 clients locally in Pueblo and teaching graphic design and other courses online to over 30,000 people via her YouTube channel. She shares some of her favorite memories on campus, her time spent with the art department being part of the first cohort to earn a BFA from the program and how her business thrived during the pandemic.
Head coach of the @pueblobulls Chris Wilhite drops by to talk with Michelle Wells about his journey to becoming the Bull's head coach, different coaching insights, and preparation for next season on this special episode of #BullsIce.
This episode of T-Wolf Talk features Sarah Joseph, the Public Information Officer for the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment. It's been one year since the pandemic officially hit Pueblo. We discussed the spikes we saw in November and December, our daily and weekly testing rates seen in March 2021, the vaccine rollout, common questions and misconceptions surrounding the vaccine and plans for a state-operated mass vaccination clinic at the Fairgrounds.
This episode of T-Wolf Talk features Joe Smiley, a Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and the Interim Director of the Counseling Center at CSU Pueblo. Joe offers advice for students who struggle with anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, remote learning and Zoom fatigue. Joe also shares tips for mindfulness and discusses services the Counseling Center provides for CSU Pueblo employees and students.
This week's episode features Garrison Ortiz from the class of 2012. He shares some of the lessons he learned in Professor Wakefield's classes and the impact those lessons have had on his success today. Mr. Ortiz now serves as the Chairman of the Pueblo Board of County Commissioners.