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Daily Archives: October 29, 2019

Colorado fracking disputes continue

Local organization files legal complaint As the global climate change protests slow down, Colorado’s fracking debate grows increasingly tense. On Oct. 9, local anti-fracking group Colorado Rising filed a legal complaint on behalf of the Wildgrass Oil and Gas Committee against the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC)

Another brick in the wall

Why Journalism? As I write this, I am preparing to fly out tomorrow to attend the National College Media Convention in Washington, DC. Unlike some of my peers, I didn’t grow up wanting to be a journalist. I only became interested in journalism as a

CAM student creates pinhole camera

An alternative process leads to purpose Kay Nowicki, a student at CU Denver, discovered when she was 23 that she once had a twin, but she vanished in the womb.  This phenomenon is known as vanished twin syndrome and many who suffer from it are never properly

Chancellor Horrell’s final State of the Campus address

Though enrollment dips, CU Denver’s future shines bright To Chancellor Horrell, CU Denver is in the right place at the right time to move from success to significance. Though the number of students enrolled and the budget are down, Chancellor Horrell chronicled CU Denver’s upward trajectory of