As a transfer student, it’s hard to remember just how long I’ve been pursuing my education on this campus., but it’s not hard to remember why. My time at Auraria can be marked each year with Milo’s birthday. Since 2013, each one of my Januarys
Fortunately, all of our New Year’s resolutions to give up sugar have already disintegrated, because it seems as if midterm season has called for an unending stream of candy, cookies, and doughnuts littering the atriums of North Classroom. Fueled by our sugar highs, we’ve made
I don’t know about you, but I’ve got to say I like the new name and new focus of our student newspaper. Starting last month, following input from students, the Advocate is now the CU Denver Sentry featuring more campus-based news and information. The re-branding
The other night, my good friend FuYin invited to me to attend a celebration on campus to see a performance and many familiar faces, at the ICB Club’s annual Spring Festival Banquet, hosted in the Tivoli Turnhalle. The night included a raffle, dumplings, and a
There’s a line between helpful and hurtful parent involvement
If you’d ever like to see what passionate indignation looks like, taunt me with your Valentine’s Day renditions of doubt—that true love doesn’t exist, or that romantic love simply doesn’t last. Even better, if you’d like to experience withstanding happiness and joy, expand your mind
Is this generaton too obsessed with its self-ies?
Some things are not worth committing to, like bangs. Some things are better left as an isolated fling—a brief rendezvous to be reflected upon with rosy retrospection. This newspaper is not one of those things. Every week for years, students have piled into this office
As an anxious person, I’ve found that the best way to evade non-stop panic and stress is through creativity. The past few weeks have been dedicated to a search for a stable imaginative outlet—adult coloring books, reorganization, and nail art have been utilized. However, one
Marco Rubio’s boots speak to a larger issue.