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Rio Paralympics Astonish With New Records

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW The 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, concluded on Sept. 18. The 15th Summer Paralympic Games saw over 4,000 athletes from 159 different countries competing in what commentators titled as the most well-attended Paralympics. The event, which coincieswith

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Guest Contributor: Denver Broncos Brandon Marshall is Right

“We Have A Long Way To Go” Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall was called unpatriotic–and worse–for taking a knee as the national anthem played before the first three (winning) games of the season. Such kneejerk reactions could not be more wrong: Marshall’s fight against injustice is

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Miami Marlins’ Ace Suffers Tragic Accident

DEATH OF JOSE FERNANDEZ TREMENDOUS LOSS On Sunday, Sept. 26, Major League Baseball suffered an incredible loss. José Fernandez, 24-year-old right-handed pitcher for the Miami Marlins, was killed in a boating accident on the Miami coast along with two friends. Fernandez, a Cuban born pitcher,

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Rockies Make History, Promote Philanthropy

LOVE YOUR MELON BROUGHT TO COORS FIELD History was made Saturday night at the Colorado Rockies game, Sept. 17, hosted at Denver’s own Coors field. For the first time in Rockies history, right-handed pitcher Jon Gray set a new club record by pitching a complete

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White Priviledge Becomes the New Olympic Game

OLYMPIANS OF COLOR CRITICIZED The Olympics are designed to bring people together over one common international interest: athleticism. This year things were different at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Instead of focusing on the athletics, more attention was put on the blatant forms of white

Fall Sports Comeback

CU Denver Club Sports Program Returns for Fourth Year Fall is about to kick into high gear and soon swarms of students will roam the CU Denver Field as part of the soaring Club Sports Program. Since its inauguration in 2012, the athletic department has