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Should people send nudes?  

Sending nudes is not smart   Opinion by Sarah McLaughlin Relationships in the digital age have allowed people to be intimate in more ways. More and more people are exchanging nude photos of themselves as a sign of sexual attraction. While sending nudes might seem

Should CU Denver cap student work hours? 

Student success comes first Opinion by LeShaye Williams CU Denver currently caps the hours students can work in on-campus positions and should continue to do so. The University’s top priority is the academic success of its students, and that can’t happen if there is an

Are online classes better than on-campus classes?

On-Campus provides structure Opinion by Amanda Blackman Online classes offer more setbacks than benefits to most students. Students pursuing online classes are faced with unnecessarily steep student fees, separation from their professors, and a lack of structure. Every semester, students are faced with paying their

Should schools monitor students’ social media? 

It is a breach of Privacy Opinion by Samantha Register With the increase of reported shootings in American schools, administrators are seeking out new and innovative ways of preventing gun violence. Because many high school students today are active on social media, school districts have

Is it okay to wear another college’s apparel?

Be true to your school Opinion by Amanda Blackman It’s not unusual to see students wearing gear from colleges they do not attend. The act of doing so does nothing beneficial for the school’s community or the wearer’s reputation. When someone is wearing gear from

Are emotional support animals overused?

People abuse the privileges Opinion by Haley Frank Animals have the remarkable ability to be loyal companions to humans. Perhaps this bond is why people are abusing the privilege of having an emotional support animal (ESA) when they don’t have a legitimate need for one.

How safe is RTD for students on campus?

IT PUTS STUDENTS IN DANGER Opinion by LeShaye Williams The Regional Transportation District, more commonly known as RTD, has described itself as being affordable, easy, and convenient. It is also self-described as safe, although that is false when considering more than just the ride from

Are off-campus or on-campus jobs better?

ON-CAMPUS JOBS ARE MORE FLEXIBLE By Leshaye Williams It’s a well-known fact that money is needed to get through college and an on-campus job can be an ideal way to get some extra money. This not only helps to cover school-related expenses but also life-related

Should designated smoking areas apply to e-cigs?

Vape be gone Opinion by Haley Frank E-cigarettes have often been labeled as healthier than traditional cigarettes, but studies have shown that they may not be the healthy alternative the public perceives them as. People should still have the right to choose whether or not

Should students take summer classes?

It will help in the long run Opinion by Tara Perticone Summers are long and there is work to be done, and that is why courses are offered during that time. One class during an otherwise relaxing summer can help students get ahead or allow