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CU Sculpture Club does iron pour

A hands-on training for arts students Tucked in a corner, past the bridge that connects the Arts Building and West Classroom, orange molten iron was flowing from a three-legged industrial furnace that was standing on a bed of sand, surrounded by art majors, alumni, and

Tie dye to not drive high

Campus event promotes safety on 4/20 Tie Dye to Not Drive High goes beyond just a catchy name. On Thursday, April 18, the Student Wellness Center hosted the tie-dying event outside in the courtyard between the Wellness Center and the Student Commons, promoting safety for

CU Denver hosted Farewell Open House for Raul Cardenas

Students and faculty share fond memories In honor of Raul Cardenas, Ph.D., the Vice Chancellor for Student Development, the Lola and Rob Salazar Student Wellness Center hosted his Farewell Open House on Tuesday, April 16, attracting both students and faculty to share their positive and

Surprising number of Millennials moving to Elizabeth, CO

Trend counters stereotype of Millennials preferring urban life With Denver’s growing population, it would be assumed that young adults prefer to live in a lively city. However, a recent study posted on 9News showed a trend of Millennials moving to rural areas of Colorado, specifically

CU Denver 2019 Student Government Association election

Current SGA President Matthew Kriese offers parting advice The SGA election is upon CU Denver students. As the current members bring their term to a close, they part some advice and welcome this year’s candidates. The ballot is comprised of CU Denver candidates who were

That One Roommate | That One Song | Single Review

Shower Records Rating: Thumbs Down That One Roommate who sings the deafening rendition of “That One Song” with high notes in the shower needs to know they are not worthy of releasing the next big single. While their less-than-mediocre vocals might sound stellar to them

Get rid of the negativity in your life!

Block your professors on Canvas The never-ending list of notifications from Canvas disappoints students when they reach for their phone hoping to find a text from their latest crush only to find they have a reminder for the due date of their paper that they

Disney should stop making live-action remakes 

They should produce more original content  With the recent release of the Dumbo and Aladdin trailers, and with Mulan in the works, it is evident that Disney’s live-action remakes are in full bore. While these upcoming remakes, and those that have already been released, entertain younger generations,

Understanding the Green New Deal

Democrats disagree over ambitious proposal Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Ed Markey, both Democrats, recently proposed the Green New Deal. This proposal is meant to rebuild the economy and combat climate change by eradicating carbon gas emissions while simultaneously creating new jobs. According to NPR,

Stop hating on Valentine’s Day

A day of love should not be associated with hate  Once upon a time, Valentine’s Day had evolved to symbolize a day of romance. Today, it is notoriously defined by cards, chocolates, and flowers, causing the day itself and the connotations that accompany it to