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Daily Archives: April 11, 2018

Net neutrality is dead

FCC votes to kill Obama-era rules In a little less than two weeks, the net neutrality rules that keep the internet a free and open market will cease to exist. On Dec. 14, the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) voted to repeal the Obama-era net neutrality

SGA election candidates

Viewing the executive tickets Scott Neff is a second-generation student at CU Denver, majoring in business management and communications. He currently serves in the United States Army Reserve, so it’s really important to him to serve US veterans and their families, living by the philosophy

Stranger than Fiction

Nervousness, in my experience, is what separates those who excel and those who fall short. I have been forced to think about nervousness in recent weeks. As I have begun on the campaign trail, there has been a whole slew of events that have caused

Harassment is not a compliment

Last week, I was in Texas visiting a potential graduate school program. In between meetings with faculty and drinks with students, I found time for my favorite traveling hobby: walking. I walked across Texas State’s sprawling campus for half an hour before finding its borders,

Jacob McWilliams working on gender equality

Director of Women and Gender Center Crammed in a tiny office loaned out by the Experiential Learning Center and often overflowing with boxes, resides the Women and Gender Center. It started as the Women’s Resource Center in 2012, and currently operates within the office of

Katy Perry kissed a boy and he didn’t like it

The sexual assault double standard should not be tolerated American Idol is a singing competition where contestants have the opportunity to make their dreams come true— but for Benjamin Glaze, he got more than what he asked for. Walking in, Glaze was prepared to make

Should students take summer classes?

It will help in the long run Opinion by Tara Perticone Summers are long and there is work to be done, and that is why courses are offered during that time. One class during an otherwise relaxing summer can help students get ahead or allow