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Monthly Archives: February 2021

Vaccines don’t equal vacation

COVID won’t disappear overnight As the saying goes, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” With that in mind, people around the world and especially in the United States must keep in mind that COVID-19 will not be eradicated in a day, either. After an entire

CU Denver SGA Illustrates Alumni Success

All About the New Initiative “Success Looks Like Me” Success can often be hard to find modeled while in the midst of schooling. College students spend years hard at work at their studies, but while in the weeds of learning, sometimes can lose sight of

How a black-created music genre became country

Black history in country music Think about the term “country music.” What images or concepts pop up when hearing that? For many, it’s pickup trucks, beer, God, and blue jeans. People like Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney, or Johnny Cash. More recently, the person who could

The Ups, Downs, Pros, and Cons of Online Dating

Is it worth it? The lockdowns may lock people down physically, but hearts and minds roam unfettered and freely through the Internet, seeking connections both socially and romantically. Usage of online dating apps and websites has skyrocketed within the past year. Several viral posts have

Reddit, GameStop, and the Quest for Economic Equality

How an online group caused financial chaos The stock market can seem to many, especially to college students in the midst of their studies, as a concept more foreign than debt-free living. The inner workings are dense and seemingly impenetrable, with only one aspect clear

Student spotlight: Sam Burt

From piano to producer, an experimentalist at heart Sam Burt was welcomed into the world of music like many six-year-olds—sat before a piano, sheet music, and an unyielding instructor. And like many children forced into practicing anything, they did not enjoy it. By the age

Online Bookstore horrors

Tivoli bookstore Site needs an update With each new semester starting, students are expected to purchase textbooks required for their classes. For CU Denver students, they mostly depend on The Tivoli Station’s Bookstore and other outlets. Unfortunately, the Tivoli Station’s online setup is in dire