Since it is the beginning of the semester, many members of the Student Government Senate Council are setting goals to maintain sanity during this spring semester. The theme for this week’s meeting was all about setting goals. Guest speaker Sam Kim interim assistant director of
Chancellor Horrell is dedicating 80 days to listening to students, staff, and faculty
A CU Denver photo contest allows for study abroad students to submit photos from their travels.
Should we mourn people we don’t really know?
CU Denver English teacher Jack Gialanella also works as a novelist.
If you have been on Facebook or walked outside within the past few days, you probably have gathered will that the Denver Broncos are going to the Super Bowl. I have never really had an interest in football until recent years, but even now I
Sometimes as a writing student with a writing job, it can be hard to remember why I signed myself up for so much literary challenge all at once. Every day consists of a new page, a different word count, and another prompt. This week, an
My cat Trudy was thrilled on Monday when the dining room floor of my apartment began to accumulate cardboard boxes. I can’t explain it, but the cat goes crazy for cardboard. Mostly, she just likes being in boxes that she fits neatly inside of, or
The Revanant, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, is up for several Oscar nominations, and it’s easy to see why.
The Center for Visual Arts presents ‘Under the Guillotine’, a collection of sociopolitical satirical art.