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Daily Archives: March 15, 2017

Celebrating the Cultural Diversity Festival

CU EMBRACES DIVERSITY AND TOLERANCE For its third consecutive year, the Cultural Diversity Festival returned and celebrated the rich identities of the Auraria Campus community. On Feb. 28, the Tivoli Turnhalle transformed into a cultural, celebratory conglomerate. Originally started by Student Government Association (SGA) alumni

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Metric System// yes or no

WHY CHANGE WHAT WORKS // Matt Kriese The United States of America is perhaps the only nation on the planet that possesses a system of measurement that supports our own conception of exceptionalism. It doesn’t need to go any where.  In the eyes of many

Good Weather is Global Warming

Colorado’s climate is notorious for being temperamental and unpredictable, especially in the winter. Coloradans can see blizzard conditions during their morning commute and by lunchtime be sitting on a restaurant patio soaking up the sun. Recently Coloradans have seen a mixture of these weather conditions,

City Scapes // Morgan Mackey

A funny thing happened to me on the way to the Denver Central Market. I was feeling cheap and I didn’t want to spend $7 on a Lyft to a destination I could easily walk to, so I decided to walk, save money, and get some