High school tour groups visit Zoom university Campus closure/partial closure has disrupted the lives of college students worldwide. However, the adjustment has brought on some unexpected benefits, principally, the absence of high school college tour groups in students’ lives. Innocent class-goers have been unburdened by
Captivated by the recent GameStop short squeeze story? In awe of the absurdity of Wall Street and the finance industry altogether? Isn’t there a tangible feeling of tension from a bunch of people who make money just by having money to make money with? Like,
Thanksgiving turkey is not good, admit it First of all, this article is going to upset people–upset them far more than should. For some reason, people devote far more emotional investment to this topic than it deserves. So, second of all, it should be known
Democratic duo vows to not end fracking During the vice-presidential debate on Oct. 7, incumbent Vice President Mike Pence accused Kamala Harris and Joe Biden of wanting to, “ban fracking,” which would, according to Pence, “cost hundreds of thousands of American jobs all across the
The contribution looks like a political favor from Trump to Cory Gardner As governments and hospitals around the world compete against each other for limited Coronavirus medical and safety supplies, Colorado luckily received 100 ventilators—currently the only device which can help critically ill COVID-19 patients—all
CARES Act becomes law Friday, March 27, President Trump tweeted, “I just signed the CARES Act, the single biggest economic relief package in American History – twice as large as any relief bill ever enacted. At $2.2 Trillion Dollars, this bill will deliver urgently-needed relief
Joe Biden came to my home to prepare for COVID-19 National concern has arisen regarding the age and ability of remaining presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden after the Super Tuesday departure of younger candidates Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar. The flame of the
Milo is now a real lynx cat, no longer a person in a costume The CU Denver chancellor has finally caved to angry students, jealous that CU Boulder gets a real life buffalo animal as its mascot and CSU gets a real life ram, demanding they get
How to handle unsightly guests On the late evening of March 6, at the student housing residence of Trevor McDaniels, a group of CU Denver students experienced a tragedy all too common for students across the—actually it may have been the very early morning of March 7.
Q-zone offers fun from six feet away While people concerned with the health of their community practice social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19, news reports of carefree young people on their spring break vacations partying in Miami with the Pit-Bull hologram have angered some trapped inside onlookers.