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AHEC implements new fees for students

ORGS CAN NO LONGER RESERVE AHEC SPACES FOR FREE As of July 1, student organizations from the Auraria Campus will need to pay a fee if they wish to use spaces in buildings owned by the Auraria Higher Education Center for meetings or events. AHEC

CTRL | SZA

On June 9, SZA’s newest album Ctrl is yet another addition to her ever-expanding opus. Produced by the critically acclaimed studio Top Dawg Entertainment, who has produced other artists such as Kendrick Lamar and Schoolboy Q, it seems as though SZA is living up to

Keen fans line up for summer concerts

A SOUND FOR EVERY LISTENER This summer was filled with a host of performances from award-winning artists to those in the process of establishing their musical identities. Musicians that visit Denver never cease to please local music aficionados, and the summer of 2017 wasn’t any

Writer discusses marijuana, travel, and Trump

INTERVIEW WITH BART SCHANEMAN Longing for a place of discovery and encounters with self-realization are the tools Bart Schaneman uses to guide his audience in his latest book Someplace Else: On Wanderlust, Expatriate Life, & the Call of the Wild. Consisting of essays and poems,

CU Personality // Dora Frias

Mentoring college students has been Latin@ Student Services (LSS) Director Dora Frias’ passion since the start of her career. Frias’ involvement in student services began in her undergraduate career at Texas A&M University. During her time there she started working in student mentoring and leadership

Election Marks New Era of American art

MAKING ART POLITICAL AGAIN From telling bros to back off vaginas to the first pro-Trump exhibit, the 2016 political election didn’t cease to inspire artists. This election spurred several controversies throughout the nation as divided beliefs were exhibited through artistic expression. We saw conceptual artist

CU Boulder Given $839K Grant for Dabbing

RESEARCHERS TO STUDY EFFECTS OF CONCENTRATES Researchers at CU Boulder were recently awarded a grant by the State of Colorado to fund a study on the effects of cannabis, which is a Schedule I drug per federal law. The investigation will aim to evaluate the public health

Worst Pot(holes)

WATCH OUT COLORADO TIRES Dear Colorado, the vote in 2014 was to legalize pot, not potholes. It seems every time Coloradans drive around Denver they are seen swerving to avoid these holes in the pavement. The drive to Auraria Campus, in Downtown Denver, and surrounding