Over the summer I helped some family friends move across the country. In the middle of all the chaos it seemed like the list of things to do prior to the move only got longer, and once the trek finally happened, the list only doubled.
COLIN KAEPERNICK MAKES HIS CHOICE Football season has begun, and that means the coming months will be filled with Fantasy Football Leagues, Sunday Night football, and even controversy, which Colin Kaepernick has already got a head start on. Kaepernick, the starting quarterback for the San
SERIOUSLY GO TO CLASS Over a month into the semester, Auraria’s once full-to-bursting classrooms have been noticeably thinned out. Campus veterans know better than to assume half of their peers have simply dropped courses and left academia behind them—in the near future, many of these
STEADY BLOOM College is the place where students figure out their passions, decide their future careers, and take the steps for long-term success. We learn academic terms like “intersectionality” or “media conglomeration” and slowly start to integrate our lectures into our everyday discussions—what we learn
Hillary Clinton sat down with Humans of New York mastermind Brandon Stanton last week to discuss being a woman in politics specifically. During her interview she talked about being a woman in a position of leadership. Despite your political views, we can all find value
THIS ELECTION IS ONE FOR THE BOOKS Donald Trump’s presidential campaign style has often mirrored his approach to hosting the reality show “The Apprentice:” blunt, caustic, and unable to refrain from degrading insults. Trump’s attacks on Khizr and Ghazala Khan, parents of an Army captain
LIGHT UP THE DARK In a world that holds so much beauty and love and happiness, it’s often a surprise that for some, it can be impossible to see anything but darkness. Because so many people are burdened with anxiety and depression, Suicide Awareness Week
A MEMORY IS A MEMORY A memory is a memory no matter how small. While a similar saying can be heard from Horton Hears a Who, it is not any person’s place to judge another for how they remember a momentous event. Whether the iPhone
The case that filled our newsfeeds throughout the summer has come to a close with the release of Brock Turner. The Stanford rapist was released after only serving three of his six-month conviction. He was released on “good behavior” from a county jail in California.
STUDENT COMPETITION IN A NEW FORM “ Am I good enough?” “Did everybody get a better grade than me?” These are the constant phrases thrown between pre-health students at CU Denver. Although these statements may seem like empty complaints, they have become an invitation for