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  • CAMPUS CLOSED November 23-27 in recognition of Thanksgiving and professional development of our employees with an emphasis on mental health and work/life balance. Campus remote operations will resume on November 30th.

     

Digital Collections

protest gathering with Mexican flag in the background

Many of the Archives' collections have been digitized and are available in the following locations:

CSU-Pueblo Digital Repository – includes photographs, oral history interviews, documents and other materials relating to university history, local history, and the Colorado Chicano Movement

Colorado Historical Newspaper Project – includes La Cucaracha, Pueblo Chicano Movement newspaper, and CSU-Pueblo Student Newspapers (Arrow, USC Today, Today)

Latino History Project – contains documents and photographs relating to the Colorado Chicano Movement

Colorado Chicano Movement History Portal – website pointing researchers towards materials relating to the movement in the CSU-Pueblo Archives, History Colorado and the Denver Public Library

Digital Public Library of America – includes CSU-Pueblo materials relating to the Colorado Chicano Movement

*Pictured above: UMAS activist Freddy Granado speaks to CU Boulder students, UMAS Collection.

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After December 18th, 2020, all students and employees will start using a new electronic ID called NetID to access Blackboard, email, computers, Kuali, and more. Activate your NetID today!

Student Instructions

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